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Thursday, 08 July 2010


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Kitchen Kwento

I remember that day. And I just had rainbow chard for dinner, Stephanie!

Stephanie R

We made almost this same dish from the collards in my garden when you visited last year :).

I also saw rainbow chard at the market today and was very tempted to buy it. Next time.

Kitchen Kwento

I'd love to hear the news on your dry-land taro starts! Where are you sourcing them from?


Thanks Aileen, nice post. I followed with an email to a local farmer friend to get some dry-land taro starts from him. I want those taro leaves cooked in coconut, not to mention all the other taro goodies. Aileen-inspired!

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