Dear Readers,

I was meaning to publish recent comments that were left by Visitors but accidentally clicked on the reject button instead of publish. Thus, if you posted a comment in the last week or two and don't see...please repost (if you want to).

While we're on the subject of comments....you've probably noticed that I usually ignore comments that are left by 'anonymous' posters. Reason being, I don't see why I should spend my time answering someone who doesn't even care enough to leave me their name! Why should I? I don't owe them anything...some people need to learn some manners.

Play with your food!

Comments (5)

On 11:15 AM , lilyng said...

TT

I think i agree with you but perhaps anonymous is new to the computer.

 
On 11:28 AM , hoangtam/tt said...

lily,

I realize that some people are new to the computer, which is why I allow visitors to post under 'anonymous' (meaning they don't have to create a blogger/google account). However, if the person is capable of typing their question why can't they type thank your or their name at the end before submitting the comment?

 
On 7:56 AM , meme said...

I ALSO agree with you ...those who GIVE COMMENTS and those who ARE LOST IN THE RECIPes SHOULD alwAYS LeAVE THEir Name. TT, just to let you know thAT I'm A REGULar/ BIG Fan of your site and i thANK you very much FOR all of your recipes. i hAVE ONE REQUEST. I Was wondering if you might hAVE any recipes on COCONUT PRINTED Wafer roll with sesAME SEEDS...THANKS MEME

 
On 8:36 PM , Hoa Le said...

I love your five year plan. It inspired me to do a five year plan also. I just wanted to let you know that you were my inspiration for today! Have a wonderful evening and thanks for all the recipes. You are like a recipe book that I keep in the closet. My family is too impress with my cooking...I can't let them know it's you..haha..j/k honestly..thank you for the inspiration and recipes...

Thank you,
Hoa Le

 
On 3:04 PM , Kitchenaid said...

HoàngTâm ơi, cho chị hỏi mình có thể thế baking soda or baking powder vô thay vì dùng nước tro tầu được không? nếu được thì lường bao nhiêu khi công thức cần 1 tsp nước tro tầu?
cám ơn em. chị Kitchenaid.