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Re: Recipe source

Try Nam Sod at your favorite Thai restaurant - ground pork with ginger, 
cucumbers and lime juice - of course each place makes it a bit
differently, but I've never had one that didn't "hit the spot."

In a message dated 07/27/2006 4:25:54 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:
Interesting about pork, Theresa. I don't care for it very much unless  
it's cured--ham. bacon, hocks. Two big exceptions, however. One is  
carnitas [usually a loin that is roasted, bar-be-qued, then pulled] and  
the other is lard.

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