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rowena said in May 21st, 2006 at 8:26 pm

First of all, I like what is said in your profile to the left…now I’m hoping to see pics of your canine companions soon. I miss my dog so much!

Secondly, reading your recipe makes me homesick (for Italy). Although I was born/raised in Hawaii, the flavors, aromas, and culture of Italia is calling to me again. Hawaii is great, but it’s all about cold beer and raw fish culture over here. Good wine and even better cheese has not really caught on yet.

Regarding your question about the camera. I use a Konica Minolta Dimage G600 when I’m on the run. And a Canon EOS 350XT when I want to get serious. Lighting is always tricky, but I prefer to shoot during mid-morning (9-10) or late afternoon (4-5).


rowena said in May 21st, 2006 at 8:27 pm

Oops…I meant profile to the right!

Madam Chow said in May 22nd, 2006 at 6:08 pm

Mahalo, Rowena! My husband is from Hawaii, and I lived there for about 14 years – we’re on the mainland now. It’s a mixed blessing; the availablity of many wonderful foods that are hard to find in Hawaii (like good Robiola, fontina, and parmeggiano cheeses), but we miss local foods (like Okinawan sweet potato!) and our friends and family.
I’ve been having camera problems and I’m in the market for a new one. As soon as I get one, pics will follow!

rowena said in May 23rd, 2006 at 6:09 am

Wow 14 years in Hawaii and a surinam tree in your yard?! I’d like to make some jellies with them but probably won’t be able to collect enough to make it worth the effort.

Looking forward to your photos in the near future…I can never get enough of food pics, but what I really wish I could get my hands on is some fresh fiddlehead ferns just picked from the mountains. Been craving those lately…

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