Author: greendragon

If you visit the EXPO, bring along packed food for picnic! [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-8-6 13:25:30 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2010-8-6 13:18
Is it like the PUNJABI roti - where they add a lot of OIL into the pastry!

makes you feel full for the whole day!

ha ha ha

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Boy! i must visit Wuhan! ha ha ha

It is kind of similar to the PUNJABI roti you mentioned in that both of them can "make you feel full for the whole day". But it is the sesame paste intead of  the oil pastry they add that makes the noodle difficult to digest.

If you need any information before your visit to WH, tell me

[ Last edited by Shinely at 2010-8-6 01:28 PM ]

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Post time 2010-8-6 13:27:05 |Display all floors

comfort food, huh?

well, it might be well received in India!
can become a big export business for hubei!
what else is in the noodles, is it very nourishing?

hmmmm

Export idea!

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Post time 2010-8-6 13:34:37 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2010-8-6 13:27
well, it might be well received in India!
can become a big export business for hubei!
what else is in the noodles, is it very nourishing?

hmmmm

Export idea!

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There are some other common sauces we usually have for noodles. Personally I don't think it nourishing. But Wuhaness like having it for breakfast  which I don't quite understand.

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Post time 2010-8-8 18:43:35 |Display all floors
Originally posted by initiated at 2010-7-29 03:00

i am coming


i told my ex bf the same
and he ran away naked

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Post time 2010-8-9 14:11:23 |Display all floors

Reply #54 Shinely's post

Maybe try something new for breakfast,

how about BREAD with butter, jam?
with two half boiled eggs?
and some ham, salami, sausage?

the Honky Tongs tried that, and was soon gulping down copious amounts beside the usual fried fritters, soya soup or fish porridge or dim sum which were the ordinary diet!

ha ha ha

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