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January 22, 2010


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These sound absolutely delicious! I have spring rolls that have been hanging around - what a great idea to make a sweet dessert with them.

noble pig

Wow, this sounds fabulous, I mean FABULOUS!!


what a wonderfully informative post! its all useful knowledge, but my favorite little portion is the part where you include the recipe for a phenomenal treat. excellent write-up, julia!


Thanks for the short lesson. I rarely notice the flavour of oils unless its in a salad dressing. I also dont notice the difference between butter and margarine in baking, unless the recipe calls for a lot of butter. I should probably pay more attention.

Lori Lynn

Very helpful post. Thanks Julia.LL

Simply Life

wow those rolls look DELICIOUS!!!


I like your cooking philosophy. Im trying to do the same in the Bay Area.


These sound incredible! Ive had something similar at Thai restaurants with coconut ice cream!

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