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« Reply #10 on: November 23, 2011 11:02:36 AM »

I have never heard of this dish. Thanks for the recipe. I keep failing miserably to make winter food that I can put away in the freezer for future meals.Tongue But I really want to try this so hopefully this will be my first success.Smiley
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schnerby
« Reply #11 on: November 23, 2011 08:17:33 PM »

Oh yum yum yum. I would make some right now if I wasn't already full. When I'm full I have no inclination to even think about cooking even though I know I will need to eat again tonight.

I love this with corn and green/spring onions. Simple and yummy. I used to buy it in one of those little plastic cups with a thick straw when I lived in China. 'Zang' in Mandarin. So satisfying when it's snowing around you. Thanks for the inspiration to get a pot of porridge going. Mmmmmm
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Mantis
« Reply #12 on: November 24, 2011 01:59:19 PM »

I have never heard of this dish. Thanks for the recipe. I keep failing miserably to make winter food that I can put away in the freezer for future meals.Tongue But I really want to try this so hopefully this will be my first success.Smiley
My pleasure Smiley And yeah, I really need to start making freezable meals again! So handy.. thanks for the reminder Wink


Oh yum yum yum. I would make some right now if I wasn't already full. When I'm full I have no inclination to even think about cooking even though I know I will need to eat again tonight.

I love this with corn and green/spring onions. Simple and yummy. I used to buy it in one of those little plastic cups with a thick straw when I lived in China. 'Zang' in Mandarin. So satisfying when it's snowing around you. Thanks for the inspiration to get a pot of porridge going. Mmmmmm
I'm exactly the same way when I'm full. I try to be inbetween hunger/satiated when I'm going grocery shopping. I'll buy "naughty" food if I'm too hungry, but I won't feel like buying anything if I'm not hungry at all.

Doh'...I forgot to put corn into the congee ;P And it just started snowing in Nova Scotia, so I'm definitely going to be making this again.

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schnerby
« Reply #13 on: November 25, 2011 02:12:37 AM »

Glad I'm not the only one! If I shop when full I won't buy anything  Smiley
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