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by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 11:22 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Hello from Singapore
Replies: 22
Views: 78155

Re: Singapore noodles and cilantro

originally posted by MrsBrown on Aug 19, 04 - 12:43 AM Because of this thread, I decided that I HAD to make Singapore Noodles. It was delicious! My 10 year old son looked at it with narrowed eyes, took a very small amount and sadly, he liked it a lot because he had more and more. I was kind of hopin...
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 11:21 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Hello from Singapore
Replies: 22
Views: 78155

Re: coriander leaves (aka cilantro) and Singapore noodles

originally posted by llizard on Aug 15, 04 - 6:01 PM Related Website: http://etherwork.net/recipes/noodles.html#singapore I didn't know that coriander leaves came in different sizes. They are usually sold here in bunches and are all roughly the same size. (In Canada, the leaves of the coriander plan...
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 10:52 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Hello from Singapore
Replies: 22
Views: 78155

Re: Re: Hello from Singapore and Singapore noodles

originally posted by J Michael on Aug 14, 04 - 2:14 AM Had the opportunity to try out the recipe twice today. One for our family and another to take away as we were out visiting. Did not have pork on hand so did not include. Chopped up a bunch of coriander leaves and sprinkled over the top for some ...
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 10:51 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Hello from Singapore
Replies: 22
Views: 78155

Re: Hello from Singapore and Singapore noodlesv

originally posted by llizard on Aug 13, 04 - 8:27 AM
Related Website: http://etherwork.net/recipes/noodles.html#singapore


Many thanks for dropping by, J Michael.

I'm curious. How close is our singapore noodle recipe to actual Singapore noodles?
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 10:50 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Hello from Singapore
Replies: 22
Views: 78155

Hello from Singapore

originally posted by J Michael on Aug 13, 04 - 1:43 AM

Browsing by chance and since there was a recipe called singapore noodles, decided to just drop by and say "helloooooo". Have a blessed day.
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:52 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Congee - sounds bad; tastes great
Replies: 16
Views: 63764

Re: Re: self-help books for tidy rooms

originally posted by CAM on Aug 20, 04 - 2:20 AM My office is beginning to look like the scenes in movies after someone has broken into a room to search it thoroughly, leaving chaos behind. I actually took a two-hour tidyness seminar once. It was excellent. My room was tidy for a couple of weeks. I ...
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:52 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Congee - sounds bad; tastes great
Replies: 16
Views: 63764

Re: self-help books for tidy rooms

originally posted by llizard on Aug 18, 04 - 7:47 AM MrsBrown wrote: ............................................ : but where is the book that's called "How to get your kid to keep his : room tidy for more than an hour...and keep it that way"? :................................................
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:51 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Congee - sounds bad; tastes great
Replies: 16
Views: 63764

Re: well done Mrs. Brown! Thank you CAM

originally posted by MrsBrown on Aug 17, 04 - 10:47 PM

but where is the book that's called "How to get your kid to keep his room tidy for more than an hour...and keep it that way"?
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:49 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Congee - sounds bad; tastes great
Replies: 16
Views: 63764

Re: Re: children and food -- well done Mrs. Brown!

Originally posted by CAM on Aug 17, 04 - 9:21 PM


I wish I'd had that book.
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:48 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Congee - sounds bad; tastes great
Replies: 16
Views: 63764

Re: children and food

originally posted by MrsBrown on Aug 17, 04 - 8:00 PM When my son was very small and just learning to eat, I read a wonderful book called "How to get your kids to eat...but not too much". The author, whose name escapes me, said that parents are responsible for what, where and when children...
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:48 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Congee - sounds bad; tastes great
Replies: 16
Views: 63764

Re: children and food

originally posted by MrsBrown on Aug 17, 04 - 8:00 PM When my son was very small and just learning to eat, I read a wonderful book called "How to get your kids to eat...but not too much". The author, whose name escapes me, said that parents are responsible for what, where and when children...
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:47 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Congee - sounds bad; tastes great
Replies: 16
Views: 63764

P.S. to any lurking food purists

originally posted by CAM on Aug 14, 04 - 2:39 PM Food purist lurkers, please don't lecture me about the high fat and sugar content of the breakfasts I served my kids. Sometimes as a parent I confess I made tradeoffs between outright rebellion and offering things that were popular and at least nouris...
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:47 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Congee - sounds bad; tastes great
Replies: 16
Views: 63764

P.S. to any lurking food purists

originally posted by CAM on Aug 14, 04 - 2:39 PM Food purist lurkers, please don't lecture me about the high fat and sugar content of the breakfasts I served my kids. Sometimes as a parent I confess I made tradeoffs between outright rebellion and offering things that were popular and at least nouris...
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:46 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Congee - sounds bad; tastes great
Replies: 16
Views: 63764

Re: Cod liver oil and awful memories of breakfast

originally posted by CAM on Aug 14, 04 - 2:24 PM I was given cod liver oil as a child, too, which strangely I got used to. I didn't mind it. I remember a teaspoon, not a tablespoon. But I think we switched to some not-so-good tasting vitamin capsules sometime in the 1960s. In the 1950s my mother was...
by bravenet_archive
Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:45 am
Forum: bravenet archive
Topic: Congee - sounds bad; tastes great
Replies: 16
Views: 63764

Re: Description of congee reminds me of kedgeree

originally posted by J Michael on Aug 13, 04 - 9:08 PM Here in Singapore, it is a BIG difference. There are food shops every where. Evrey shopping centre has a Food Court and you're bound to have one or two kiosks selling Congee (the Chinese style). As the majority of population is Chinese, there ar...