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Thursday, 22 December 2011

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Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe. I've been looking around for just this and happy to have found it here, along with all the other great posts about Filipino food and cooking.

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foods, no matter where and how we live. I'm thinking of the future, something bigger than any bowl of soup. Because if food traditions become all but disappeared, when those who plant and sow and harvest our foods are displaced, and when the keepers of culinary knowledge are finally lost, we will never know the foods that are at the soul of culture. And with it we will lose those delicious textures - a language, really - telling a story of who we are and who we can be.

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it was a soulful gathering. a mix of history, personal recollections, and yummy and healthful sabaw. oacc would like to continue these type of classes, so let's see how we can do more in the new year. aileen will just have to "get off the farm" for a day.

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