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  1. Bonjour, je cherche à vous envoyer une invitation via votre adresse courriel mais j'ai un retour me disant que cette adresse n'existe pas. Pourriez vous me la reconfirmer svp à l'adresse suivante ?
    Un grand merci et bonne journée,
    Fanny Cyr

  2. Hi Helene
    I saw your comment on another blog about visiting hong kong, i have just returned.
    I loved the kitchenware shops in shanghai st jordan, they are around number 300.
    Hotels are expensive! This time we stayed in apartments through
    Last year we travelled on qantas airlines and used their accommodaton hotels.
    I paid $150Aud for a suite at north point which was great and cheap.

  3. Hi, I want to say I tried this recipe and it was great. Also tried the Baileys in the Whipping Cream, but we decided we would have liked the whipping cream normal with just vanilla. Great recipe, thanks.
    Can't wait to make it again, this time I will double the recipe!

    1. Thanks for trying the recipes. It's a good idea to just vanilla to replace the Baileys in the Whipping cream. Have a great day!

  4. Nice pictures! I actually migrated to your blog because I was trying to send you a message on steepsters.
    I noticed that you have been posting a lot and seem to like green tea. If you consider getting some japanese green teas (sencha), i recommend yunomi and o-cha . Also, ryu-mei on ebay has surprisingly good organic sencha iri matcha (and accepts offers of ~9$ for 100g).
    If you visit any of those sites, deep steamed teas tend to produce a stronger richer cup ... the word for deep steamed sencha is (fukamushi). I think you will enjoy!

    1. Thanks so much! Glad you found me. I will look into it, I appreciate green tea a lot.


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