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can u cook chinese food????
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im shelly (real name) and thats kindda weird for me so just call me zaiah! ^^ and i like sports as much as tenny...^^
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hi! ^^ my name is Ayame{Samantha is my real name}
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Im Baka-Neko-Chan (obviously) You can call me anything!!
I love love love anime, mainly shoujo, but I enjoy shouen also. I love anything thats a romance, but I like them kind of sad xD. I also LOVE drawing manga, and reading it! I suck at drawing though!! I also LOVE music. I also love playing the clarinet, but I am not that good, but getting better ^_^.
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OMG I PLAY THE CLARINET TOO AND I TOTALLY SUCK
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Posted 9/13/08

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Bastilia wrote:

Hi im Bastilia im a teacher from cooking class...hope i get along with everyone


can u cook chinese food????



sure...so want do you want to know about chinese food?
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Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:

Hi im Bastilia im a teacher from cooking class...hope i get along with everyone


can u cook chinese food????



sure...so want do you want to know about chinese food?


how to make spring rolls
Posted 9/13/08

tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:

Hi im Bastilia im a teacher from cooking class...hope i get along with everyone


can u cook chinese food????



sure...so want do you want to know about chinese food?


how to make spring rolls

ok then....Gather all the ingredients. Cook large shrimps (1-2 shrimps for each roll), then peel and de-veined. Cook Chinese thin noodle. Chop Chinese fresh parsley, green onions, fresh mint leaves. Wash and drain bean sprouts.Prepare the dipping sauce. Mix 1 ½ tablespoons rice vinegar, 1 ½ tablespoons oriental fish sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice, 1 teaspoon minced garlic, ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.Prepare the rice paper wrap. Heat a large bowl of water to warm (120 – 140 degrees F), fully immerse a sheet of rice paper wrap into the water for 10 seconds until soft, lay the soften rice paper on a dry paper towel, spread 1 teaspoon plum sauce in the middle of the rice paper.Wrap it up. Place 1-2 shrimps, sprinkles of each other ingredient (noodle, parsley, green onion, mint leave, bean sprouts) on the rice paper, wrap up the rice paper tightly.Get ready to serve. Place in the refrigerator to refrigerate for an hour or two. Serve with the dipping sauce.........its kinda hard to do it ..i only to this one time

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Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:

Hi im Bastilia im a teacher from cooking class...hope i get along with everyone


can u cook chinese food????



sure...so want do you want to know about chinese food?


how to make spring rolls

ok then....Gather all the ingredients. Cook large shrimps (1-2 shrimps for each roll), then peel and de-veined. Cook Chinese thin noodle. Chop Chinese fresh parsley, green onions, fresh mint leaves. Wash and drain bean sprouts.Prepare the dipping sauce. Mix 1 ½ tablespoons rice vinegar, 1 ½ tablespoons oriental fish sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice, 1 teaspoon minced garlic, ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.Prepare the rice paper wrap. Heat a large bowl of water to warm (120 – 140 degrees F), fully immerse a sheet of rice paper wrap into the water for 10 seconds until soft, lay the soften rice paper on a dry paper towel, spread 1 teaspoon plum sauce in the middle of the rice paper.Wrap it up. Place 1-2 shrimps, sprinkles of each other ingredient (noodle, parsley, green onion, mint leave, bean sprouts) on the rice paper, wrap up the rice paper tightly.Get ready to serve. Place in the refrigerator to refrigerate for an hour or two. Serve with the dipping sauce.........its kinda hard to do it ..i only to this one time



thanks so much
Posted 9/13/08

tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:

Hi im Bastilia im a teacher from cooking class...hope i get along with everyone


can u cook chinese food????



sure...so want do you want to know about chinese food?


how to make spring rolls

ok then....Gather all the ingredients. Cook large shrimps (1-2 shrimps for each roll), then peel and de-veined. Cook Chinese thin noodle. Chop Chinese fresh parsley, green onions, fresh mint leaves. Wash and drain bean sprouts.Prepare the dipping sauce. Mix 1 ½ tablespoons rice vinegar, 1 ½ tablespoons oriental fish sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice, 1 teaspoon minced garlic, ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.Prepare the rice paper wrap. Heat a large bowl of water to warm (120 – 140 degrees F), fully immerse a sheet of rice paper wrap into the water for 10 seconds until soft, lay the soften rice paper on a dry paper towel, spread 1 teaspoon plum sauce in the middle of the rice paper.Wrap it up. Place 1-2 shrimps, sprinkles of each other ingredient (noodle, parsley, green onion, mint leave, bean sprouts) on the rice paper, wrap up the rice paper tightly.Get ready to serve. Place in the refrigerator to refrigerate for an hour or two. Serve with the dipping sauce.........its kinda hard to do it ..i only to this one time



thanks so much


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Posted 9/13/08

Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:

Hi im Bastilia im a teacher from cooking class...hope i get along with everyone


can u cook chinese food????



sure...so want do you want to know about chinese food?


how to make spring rolls

ok then....Gather all the ingredients. Cook large shrimps (1-2 shrimps for each roll), then peel and de-veined. Cook Chinese thin noodle. Chop Chinese fresh parsley, green onions, fresh mint leaves. Wash and drain bean sprouts.Prepare the dipping sauce. Mix 1 ½ tablespoons rice vinegar, 1 ½ tablespoons oriental fish sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice, 1 teaspoon minced garlic, ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.Prepare the rice paper wrap. Heat a large bowl of water to warm (120 – 140 degrees F), fully immerse a sheet of rice paper wrap into the water for 10 seconds until soft, lay the soften rice paper on a dry paper towel, spread 1 teaspoon plum sauce in the middle of the rice paper.Wrap it up. Place 1-2 shrimps, sprinkles of each other ingredient (noodle, parsley, green onion, mint leave, bean sprouts) on the rice paper, wrap up the rice paper tightly.Get ready to serve. Place in the refrigerator to refrigerate for an hour or two. Serve with the dipping sauce.........its kinda hard to do it ..i only to this one time



thanks so much


your welcome


hey where's ur class? and do u want to join the art class?
Posted 9/13/08

tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:

Hi im Bastilia im a teacher from cooking class...hope i get along with everyone


can u cook chinese food????



sure...so want do you want to know about chinese food?


how to make spring rolls

ok then....Gather all the ingredients. Cook large shrimps (1-2 shrimps for each roll), then peel and de-veined. Cook Chinese thin noodle. Chop Chinese fresh parsley, green onions, fresh mint leaves. Wash and drain bean sprouts.Prepare the dipping sauce. Mix 1 ½ tablespoons rice vinegar, 1 ½ tablespoons oriental fish sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice, 1 teaspoon minced garlic, ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.Prepare the rice paper wrap. Heat a large bowl of water to warm (120 – 140 degrees F), fully immerse a sheet of rice paper wrap into the water for 10 seconds until soft, lay the soften rice paper on a dry paper towel, spread 1 teaspoon plum sauce in the middle of the rice paper.Wrap it up. Place 1-2 shrimps, sprinkles of each other ingredient (noodle, parsley, green onion, mint leave, bean sprouts) on the rice paper, wrap up the rice paper tightly.Get ready to serve. Place in the refrigerator to refrigerate for an hour or two. Serve with the dipping sauce.........its kinda hard to do it ..i only to this one time



thanks so much


your welcome


hey where's ur class? and do u want to join the art class?

To be your student? i dont know where is my class
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Posted 9/13/08

Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:

Hi im Bastilia im a teacher from cooking class...hope i get along with everyone


can u cook chinese food????



sure...so want do you want to know about chinese food?


how to make spring rolls

ok then....Gather all the ingredients. Cook large shrimps (1-2 shrimps for each roll), then peel and de-veined. Cook Chinese thin noodle. Chop Chinese fresh parsley, green onions, fresh mint leaves. Wash and drain bean sprouts.Prepare the dipping sauce. Mix 1 ½ tablespoons rice vinegar, 1 ½ tablespoons oriental fish sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice, 1 teaspoon minced garlic, ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.Prepare the rice paper wrap. Heat a large bowl of water to warm (120 – 140 degrees F), fully immerse a sheet of rice paper wrap into the water for 10 seconds until soft, lay the soften rice paper on a dry paper towel, spread 1 teaspoon plum sauce in the middle of the rice paper.Wrap it up. Place 1-2 shrimps, sprinkles of each other ingredient (noodle, parsley, green onion, mint leave, bean sprouts) on the rice paper, wrap up the rice paper tightly.Get ready to serve. Place in the refrigerator to refrigerate for an hour or two. Serve with the dipping sauce.........its kinda hard to do it ..i only to this one time



thanks so much


your welcome


hey where's ur class? and do u want to join the art class?

To be your student? i dont know where is my class


why not post a forum called "cooking class"? and yeah to return the favour i'll give u some art tips
Posted 9/13/08

tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:

Hi im Bastilia im a teacher from cooking class...hope i get along with everyone


can u cook chinese food????



sure...so want do you want to know about chinese food?


how to make spring rolls

ok then....Gather all the ingredients. Cook large shrimps (1-2 shrimps for each roll), then peel and de-veined. Cook Chinese thin noodle. Chop Chinese fresh parsley, green onions, fresh mint leaves. Wash and drain bean sprouts.Prepare the dipping sauce. Mix 1 ½ tablespoons rice vinegar, 1 ½ tablespoons oriental fish sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice, 1 teaspoon minced garlic, ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.Prepare the rice paper wrap. Heat a large bowl of water to warm (120 – 140 degrees F), fully immerse a sheet of rice paper wrap into the water for 10 seconds until soft, lay the soften rice paper on a dry paper towel, spread 1 teaspoon plum sauce in the middle of the rice paper.Wrap it up. Place 1-2 shrimps, sprinkles of each other ingredient (noodle, parsley, green onion, mint leave, bean sprouts) on the rice paper, wrap up the rice paper tightly.Get ready to serve. Place in the refrigerator to refrigerate for an hour or two. Serve with the dipping sauce.........its kinda hard to do it ..i only to this one time



thanks so much


your welcome


hey where's ur class? and do u want to join the art class?

To be your student? i dont know where is my class


why not post a forum called "cooking class"? and yeah to return the favour i'll give u some art tips

ok then
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Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:


tenzys wrote:


Bastilia wrote:

Hi im Bastilia im a teacher from cooking class...hope i get along with everyone


can u cook chinese food????



sure...so want do you want to know about chinese food?


how to make spring rolls

ok then....Gather all the ingredients. Cook large shrimps (1-2 shrimps for each roll), then peel and de-veined. Cook Chinese thin noodle. Chop Chinese fresh parsley, green onions, fresh mint leaves. Wash and drain bean sprouts.Prepare the dipping sauce. Mix 1 ½ tablespoons rice vinegar, 1 ½ tablespoons oriental fish sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice, 1 teaspoon minced garlic, ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.Prepare the rice paper wrap. Heat a large bowl of water to warm (120 – 140 degrees F), fully immerse a sheet of rice paper wrap into the water for 10 seconds until soft, lay the soften rice paper on a dry paper towel, spread 1 teaspoon plum sauce in the middle of the rice paper.Wrap it up. Place 1-2 shrimps, sprinkles of each other ingredient (noodle, parsley, green onion, mint leave, bean sprouts) on the rice paper, wrap up the rice paper tightly.Get ready to serve. Place in the refrigerator to refrigerate for an hour or two. Serve with the dipping sauce.........its kinda hard to do it ..i only to this one time



thanks so much


your welcome


hey where's ur class? and do u want to join the art class?

To be your student? i dont know where is my class


why not post a forum called "cooking class"? and yeah to return the favour i'll give u some art tips

ok then


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