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    We'r Finally back on!!!

    Koechin (Chef)
    Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:14 pm
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    So good to be able to get in again. Not sure yet, that I like it all, but I'll give it a chance. icon_smile.gif I do not like the New Way to print recipes, for sure!! Hope they will listen to the many complaints already, and change. What was wrong with the old way???
    J. Ko
    Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:50 pm
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    Hi! wave.gif

    I thought I'd jump into this thread and introduce myself. I'm not new to 'Zaar/Food.com, but I am new to this forum. I live on Vancouver Island on the west coast of Canada where the scenery is stunning.

    My family and I will be hosting an international student this year; a 15 year-old girl from Germany. I'm sure I'll be picking your brains in the months to come regarding good German recipes. I have already found a few in the grilling thread which I have added to my recipe books.

    I'm looking forward to "meeting" you all in the days and weeks to come!
    Koechin (Chef)
    Thu Jul 22, 2010 6:41 pm
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    Hi Vancouver! icon_smile.gif Welcome! We hosted a student from Japan many years ago and it was a wonderful experience. I'm from Germany originally, and I think your exchange student will probably want to eat "YOUR" dishes rather than German, that's what it's all about. Go to another country and learn about them, including food. However, if she gets homesick for German food just let me know. I'll be glad to help. wave.gif
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