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daddy in a strange land

Mmmm... Haven't made this in a while! Gotta stock up, once this frickin' heat is over down here and it's stew weather finally. :)

Kevin

This is one of my favorite meals. It tastes great and it is super simple. It also makes a lot so you have leftovers to bring to work for lunch.

foodiemama

omg, when i first met my bf he was at ucla and working and young, haha and used to eat this everyday. but me being the major honky and he being all indo i had never had it..yum! i haven't had it in 10 yrs i think we used to buy the s$b. when its cold i am going to give it a try again.

xiaolinmama/sheilabd

I LOVE curry. We eat this every couple of weeks - YUM! We've never had it on udon. Great idea!

Biggie @ Lunch in a Box

When I lived in Japan, we always used to laugh at Vermont-brand curry. Because Vermont is so well know for its .... curry? :-) It definitely taste good and is super-simple to make, though! Happy comfort food, and kids like it.

Biggie @ Lunch in a Box

When I lived in Japan, we always used to laugh at Vermont-brand curry. Because Vermont is so well know for its .... curry? :-) It definitely taste good and is super-simple to make, though! Happy comfort food, and kids like it.

Linda B

Ah, the Korean pantry staple. I have about 10 boxes of this. It was on sale :)

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