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GeoNit

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Gung Haggis Fat Choy Thu, 01/29/04 12:31 PM (permalink)
Just discovered www.gunghaggisfatchoy.com -- "Toddish McWong's Annual Robbie Burns Chinese New Year Dinner." Appears to be something that Roadfooders in the Pqacific Northwest might enjoy! Mmmmmm .... stuffed haggis tofu, haggis wonton soup, haggis spring rolls, etc. Too late for this year, but plenty of time to plan for 2005.






 
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    Grampy

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    RE: Gung Haggis Fat Choy Thu, 01/29/04 12:38 PM (permalink)
    <<VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Chinese men don kilts and Scots try haggis wonton in the annual multicultural Chinese New Year party for Scottish poet Robert Burns ... Chicken feet, haggis won ton, anything goes at the 12-course fusion feast.

    "This is what Canadian society is all about, introducing each other to our cultures and celebrating more holidays," said organizer Todd Wong.>>

    The cold has definitely gotten to them. Welcome aboard GeoNit!
     
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      Rhodes

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      RE: Gung Haggis Fat Choy Thu, 01/29/04 1:42 PM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by Grampy

      <<VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Chinese men don kilts and Scots try haggis wonton in the annual multicultural Chinese New Year party for Scottish poet Robert Burns ... Chicken feet, haggis won ton, anything goes at the 12-course fusion feast.

      "This is what Canadian society is all about, introducing each other to our cultures and celebrating more holidays," said organizer Todd Wong.>>

      The cold has definitely gotten to them. Welcome aboard GeoNit!


      It's not actually that cold in Vancouver - maybe the rain has gotten to them, or the air or something.
       
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