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    Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte


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    Adventures in Starry Kitchen. Just a fun read about an L.A. based chef who ran an underground restaurant (without a business license) in his apartment.

    There's an excellent chapter on how he discovered his favorite dessert - via a Thai prostitute.

    It's a mix of egg yolk, coconut cream, and pandan, a long green leaf in Southeast Asia that's like vanilla but a little nuttier, used in sweet and savory dishes alike for its incredible aroma and because it changes everything to a super pretty bright green color.And all of that is married to create a thick custardy delicious spread in a bowl served with triangular pieces of white bread. It's kind of a sweet dish, kind of an appetizer, and all you do is take the super-moist bread and dip it into and drench it in the kaya and stuff that deliciousness into your mouth.

    HO...LY...FVCK! It was SO GOOD...SO TASTY. So satisfying after a night out. It's so simple, and so comfortingly delicious. And I'm sure that being under the stars in Bangkok with my non-sexual partner in crime for the night didn't hurt either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Adventures in Starry Kitchen. Just a fun read about an L.A. based chef who ran an underground restaurant (without a business license) in his apartment.

    There's an excellent chapter on how he discovered his favorite dessert - via a Thai prostitute.
    That sounds like a good book, that recipe sounds good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark
    That sounds like a good book, that recipe sounds good too.
    The dish is called kaya toast or kaya bread; there's a youtube video called "Smooth Creamy Pandan Kaya (Coconut Milk Egg Jam)" that tells you how to make it.
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    Lolita


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    Conservatism is the blind and fear-filled worship of dead radicals.


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    Project Pendulum by Robert Silverberg

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    Good Omens by - yes, you guessed it - Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
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    Started re-reading the RAMA series by Arthur C Clarke last night. And I finished the last of the HP Lovecraft stories yesterday from the 2nd Annotated volume. Also I am now 60% through all of Chekhov's works! I'm getting there....

    But yesterday I downloaded 5 more free books from amazon that I haven't read yet, so soon I'll have a few new things to add into the mix.
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    One book about textile and yarn techniques in visual art and another book about crochet.

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