I bought century eggs

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  1. skrinkle

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    Are rose onions sold at places like Safeway? I’ve never bought vegetables before :cool:
     
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    I'm not familiar with them, however my girlfriend says garlic may be substituted...but she says rose onions lift the taste better. I saw they are exported (from India) to Malaysia and Singapore (both places she has lived), but no mention was made of exports to North America.
     
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    Hmm there’s an Indian grocery store up the street that I’ve never been to, so I guess this is the perfect reason to finally go check it out
     
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    Maybe get ready for some strong curry. :)
     
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    For some reason I’m never in the mood for curry until it’s in front of me, and then I could eat it until I explode. Same with KD.
     
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    Do the hot pot recipe with the egg, perfect New Years meal
     
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    Hot pot sounds like a lot of work, so I have to go buy a specific pot?
     
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    Nah just do it on your stove. You only need the special pot if you have guests you are sharing with and want it at the table. You can just eat over the stove haha
     
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    You don't have to eat over the stove. Just cook the food and bring it over to where you usually eat. The difficult part might be in finding the ingredients to put in the pot. :)
     
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    I hope I’m better at peeling these eggs than I am at peeling hard boiled eggs
     
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    Are you talking about peeling a raw egg? :)
     
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    Rofl no, a century egg
     

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