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Old 04-25-2006, 08:41 AM   #21
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Up here in the pristine waters of Lake Superior, we don't glow, but we do take on the most amazing hue of blue after entering that cold water.

Seeeeeya; Goodweed of the North.
Ah yes, I have experienced that hue of blue on several occasions. That is indeed one COLD lake.

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oh, ok, now i understand the reason for small woks...
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I like any vegetables, as long as there is some spice. (as in hot pepper type spice) I also love the Thai peanut sauce, and a bit of teriyaki.
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LOVE Thai Peanut Sauce!! Not only does it make a terrific dip for chicken kabobs, but I also toss it with cooked Chinese noodles (or Italian fettucini or linguini), sesame seeds, & diced cucumber to make the "Chinese Sesame Noodles" many Chinese restaurants serve. What's nice about that dish is that it can be served hot, room temp, or cold & it's equally delicious.
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