Date: 2007-10-13 05:19 pm (UTC)
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Oh yeah! Would you care to share the recipe? I'm sure I can get the paste (probably on line) although perhaps I have it already in the form of Thai "sour soup base mix" that I bought at the local Asian food shop... Nuoc Me Chua... even though I suspect is the Name Brand... I really like the way it sounds :)

I think my present locale precludes the tropical needs of the Tamarind unfortunately... I googled and found this site http://www.seedman.com/fruit.htm which was very interesting... I already have PawPaw trees, no fruit yet... but we have surprising and deadly frosts/freezes here. I have a clumping bamboo plant 'alphonse karr' bambusa multiplex that's hardy to 18F and since we got down to 10F this past spring... AND it's in a pot, I have to bring it indoors... so it's very good that I have a high ceiling!

I miss the west coast because I could have so many tropicals... not to say there isn't a plethora of botanic diversity back here... just not the plethora I want :)

Re: refried beans... the best ones are made with lard... (homer simpson voice: mmmmmmmmm lard) NOT health food! but dayum! they sure are good!
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