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Oct 15, 2011 5:16 PM CST
Name: Stormy
Valley Forge Pa
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I haven't used any 5 spice seasoning in years Teri. I got away from cooking Asian tasting foods and just never went back to it. Trying to limit my soy consumption probably had a lot to do with it.

I love cooking with artichokes. Did you used canned or frozen ones? I do love that combo of soy, sugar, red pepper, garlic and ginger with a bit of sesame oil. That makes just about anything taste good, particularly something like boneless chicken breast.

That pilaf sounds delicious. Thumbs up I have a box of farina that I bought when I was in the hotel. It's been staring at me every time I open the cabinet. I should have that for breakfast tomorrow. It's been years since I had any.

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