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Exchange Nostalgia
Topic Started: Tue Jan 20, 2015 7:51 pm (1,898 Views)
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What's been reminding you all of your host countries lately? My latest was getting RumChata that came with two cans of coffee that reminded me of the coffee available in the vending machines in Japan. And a few weeks ago in New York City I got to have fresh simit for the first time since 2007 - it was heavenly, especially with the honey I picked up from the CVS down the street :D . Technically I can get simit here, but it's only available frozen and is 2/$5

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I wish there was a Se Asia restaurant nearby. I did find a Vietnamese restaurant recently that I need to go try.
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Only one more chunk of turrón and a few more turrón-filled 'almonds' before the stash of christmas sweets my host fam sent runs dry...

Craving the ternesca we would have at big family events. And don't know of any butcher that sells it :(
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Chipa/pão de queijo/cuñapé and Guaraná Antarctica for brunch. I might make chipa guazu for dinner. :)
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