MP3: Fortune Cookies / The authentic Japanese-American Chinese treat

17.06.2013

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Fortune Cookies / The authentic Japanese-American Chinese treat MP3

Happy birthday to us: Incredible but true: Interesting Thing of the Day is 10 years old! For reasons I am at a loss to explain, I never tasted Chinese food until I went to college. Around the middle of my freshman year, I decided to make myself a “to do” list of experiences I’d always wanted to have. One of those things was trying Chinese food. Not long afterward, my roommate decided to take my ... Source: itotd.com

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