Teaching English in Rizhao, China
Looks delicious...you can be the cook when you get back this summer! (and that's only 18 words.)
I would love to cook if you provide the full range of cheese and butter. (15 words... now 19)
um, you lentzes are crazy. :-)The soup looks picture perfect! I was thinking that someone needs to publish an "Eating from home in China" cookbook. Using what you have to taste at least something "from home". You could be a millionaire!
I would love to read a cookbook like that! If I wrote it, it would only have about 10 recipes in it. :) (and gypsy soup would be one of them... mmm)
I enjoy the word limit posts... How are you counting contractions?
I'm counting everything I can as one word (like web addresses, hyphenated words), because it's hard to whittle it down to 26. I hope I haven't miscounted so far.And I should clarify my above comment: The reason I would only write a 10-recipe "home-cookin' in China book" isn't because I'm a recipe elitist. I'm just not that good at home-cookin' in China, so I don't have much of a repertoire yet. Thanks for your comments!