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    Quote Originally Posted by SoUnique View Post
    Hey Dusty, if my post is better in the "Treasure Chest" feel free to move it. As I said, it makes no difference to me.

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    Question: Did dusty get the orientation against making bribes and cooking smelly ethnic foods when he arrived in Canada?

    Oh and Hi Canada PIF

    - best of luck with the new endeavor, it is definitely time that Canada had their own PIF section
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldsoldier View Post
    Question: Did dusty get the orientation against making bribes and cooking smelly ethnic foods when he arrived in Canada? Oh and Hi Canada PIF - best of luck with the new endeavor, it is definitely time that Canada had their own PIF section
    hmm? whats that? i was busy eating some Poutine Dusty made while i was getting ready to send him the recipe to 99 alarm curry to share with the other mod's :P

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    Oh the horror!! The bright lights, the dripping water faucet, the smelly feet, the crying and shouting .. Canada customs and immigration was a nightmare when I first got here.


    All my cooking is tailored to what my 4 year old can eat these days. I've tamed down a LOT of my recipes, so that she can enjoy ethnic foods too, and she's doing great with them so far. So, I'll take the 99 alarm curry recipe Wolfe, but can't promise I'll try it out any time soon.

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    whoa....wait....you have indoor plumbing??? gawd!!! i hate being in Winnipeg we are the last to get the good stuff's

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    Question: Did dusty get the orientation against making bribes and cooking smelly ethnic foods when he arrived in Canada?
    I like the smelly food, it keeps a lot of idiots away

    I've tamed down a LOT of my recipes, so that she can enjoy ethnic foods too,
    Do we have a recipe sharing section, I'd love some of yours Dusty

    - best of luck with the new endeavor, it is definitely time that Canada had their own PIF section
    Totally agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoUnique View Post
    I like the smelly food, it keeps a lot of idiots away
    I resemble that remark!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoUnique View Post
    I'd love some of yours Dusty
    I'm a tweaker, so you would be taking a risk. I like to take conventional recipes, and tweak them to my liking, or rather how I think they should be to begin with.

    Trivia moment: Did you know that I started writing my first recipe book when I was 11?! It was fun reading it when I was in India last.

    P.S - No time to do that anymore but every now and again, I hit on something that I think is worth making notes of. The last two were my variations on a Kansas style BBQ Rub and a Turkey Supreme Stuffing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty_D View Post
    Trivia moment: Did you know that I started writing my first recipe book when I was 11?! It was fun reading it when I was in India last.
    call me Mr. Obvious uh i did not mean anything about my 99 alarm crack, i was just trying to be my usual smart-witt self...and that was the only food that came to mind....i had no clue India was your heritage

    ahh my mind.....what a wonder waste of brain cells no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfeReign View Post
    I resemble that remark!!!!!
    wolf is 1 of my totem animals. You've never been physically in my face either

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