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  1. SusieQ

    Breakfast 2019

    If I've done this right I've managed to upload a photo of my breakfast this morning. Tomatoes and basil (from a Seattle farmers market last Thursday) on toasted La Brea Whole Grain Loaf with Best Foods REAL Mayo (). New Zealand cheddar from the co-op (Puget Consumers Co-op).
  2. Well, I still haven't made it to check out this restaurant, but a critic for the Seattle Times did, and here's his review: https://www.seattletimes.com/life/food-drink/river-snail-soup-anyone-for-noodle-soup-unlike-any-other-try-luosifen-in-seattles-international-district/
  3. SusieQ

    Breakfast 2019

    Oh yum! My kind of breakfast!! But it would always be leftovers for me. I wouldn't cook it in the morning. Actually, I'm a night owl so often my first meal of the day is after noon. But it would still be leftovers.
  4. I love your sardonic sense of humor! Whatever you've got, I hope they let you out soon. All the best to you --
  5. Hi, I'm curious: which ingredients?
  6. No, I got it wrong, somehow I saw the photo and thought I was seeing something else. THIS is what I thought I was looking at and THIS is what I'm addicted to:
  7. OMG, that stuff is so good. I think I'm addicted to it.
  8. SusieQ

    Breakfast 2019

    I never expected to see this in your feed. LOL
  9. SusieQ

    Breakfast 2019

    I've done this before, with some crackers. Wild Planet sardines are yummy.
  10. Thanks for the information. Regular cukes didn't always have that coat of wax on them, at least not for the first 30 years or so of my life. And tomatoes used to taste like tomatoes, etc. Ah well.
  11. Ah, that makes sense. Thank you.
  12. Secondary question: Why in the world does it have to be practically vacuum-sealed? Why can't it just exist and be sold like every other cucumber? I've always wondered about that.
  13. SusieQ

    Tasting Japan

    A bit late, but thank you so much for this! I'll probably never make it to Japan, but reading your descriptions and seeing your photos are a good substitute for now!
  14. I know why I'm ambivalent: He left his child fatherless.
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