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vegetarian-mee-krob

Vegetarian Mee Krob

A very fine rice vermicelli, called mee in Thailand, is used to make this dish. The vermicelli is first fried until it is crisp and then...

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blackberry-and-raspberry-semifreddo

Blackberry and Raspberry Semifreddo

The word semifreddo, pronounced “seh-mee-freh-doh,” comes from the Latin, semi meaning half and frigidus meaning cold. This dessert is no...

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stir-fried-chinese-egg-noodles-with-shrimp-and-asian-greens

Stir-Fried Chinese Egg Noodles with Shrimp and Asian...

Fresh Chinese egg noodles, the shape and thickness of spaghetti and called mee or “yellow noodles,” are a core ingredient in Malaysian an...

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