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I’m 29 and somehow I’ve managed to move more times than the number of years I’ve lived so I always miss someone, somewhere. Sometimes I need to stop myself from crumpling up and floating away so I make food and write about it.

Owner: sasasunakku

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Language: English

Tags: New Zealand, Thai, baking, Japanese, cooking

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  • Roquefort Cheese Souffle: Passe Food Friday
    on Jan 1, 1970
    There had been talk of doing a Passe Food Night. Bring back all those tasty but no-longer-trendy dishes we used to love, they cried. Why did they fall out of favour, those Thai Pumpkin Soups, those Italian dishes where shiitake mushrooms replaced por...
  • Sasasunakku’s Movin’ On Out
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Sasasunakku has a shiny new domain and site! Please click through to www.sasasunakku.com and pretty pretty please change your bookmarks and/or resubscribe to my posts by email over there. If you have an RSS feed, it should have changed automatically...
  • Citrus, Semolina and Pistachio Slice
    on Jan 1, 1970
    I’m not sure I’ve changed that much over the last 25 years. I mean, I’ve been to a lot of places, sure, but changed? My best friend from primary school says I look exactly like I did when I was 5. I’d like to think I’m kinder than I was as...
  • Non-Hippie Carrot Salad
    on Jan 1, 1970
    The Carrot Salad to Which I Am Eternally Faithful To be honest, I’m not a big carrot salad fan. I like carrots, don’t get me wrong. It’s just like a banana – so portable! So healthy! So delicious, and so crunchy…OK, maybe not so mu...
  • Kaertner Nudeln or Carinthian Dumplings
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Whereupon I single-handedly explode a myth. It’s a commonly held misconception that it’s a bad idea to make anything that your SO’s mother made for them because it will never measure up. Well, based on completely anecdotal evidence, I am pleas...
  • Thai Pork Yum
    on Jan 1, 1970
    I imagine that “there are as many ways to make yum as there are cooks” as the old chestnut goes. And probably as many ways to spell it too; transliterating Thai is not known to be an exact science. It’s pretty hard to go to Thailand and not hav...
  • Streusel-Topped Blueberry Muffins for Love
    on Jan 1, 1970
    I love you and so I made you breakfast Ever since F told me he likes blueberry muffins nearly four years ago when we met, I’ve been on the look out for the perfect blueberry muffin recipe. I don’t mind muffins but frankly, they’re not really my...
  • Burnished Perfection: Coconut Loaf
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Don’t mean to complain BUT I WILL (sorry, but you’ll see soon why I feel so shouty) – my afternoon was rather upsetting. And do excuse me in advance for my possibly infuriating tendency to write sentences as long as my arm with nary a breat...
  • Burnished Perfection: Coconut Loaf
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Don’t mean to complain BUT I WILL (sorry, but you’ll see soon why I feel so shouty) – my afternoon was rather upsetting. And do excuse me in advance for my possibly infuriating tendency to write sentences as long as my arm with nary a breat...
  • Comfort me with soup for I am tired of cold: Nekojiru
    on Jan 1, 1970
    My reasons for hating the cold are legion. Less clear is why I live in what is probably one of the coldest places on earth. OK, I’m exaggerating but anything above 0 degrees celsius is a warm day between November and March as far as I can tell, whi...
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