11 comments on “My Mother-in-law, her green beans and a taro casserole.

  1. Lovely to meet you, Anna. Great site and love your post. You are so lucky to have such a wonderful mother-in-law. Must look out for taro since it looks really interesting and your stew just delicious.Bon weekend!

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  2. this sounds lovely, i like trying new things and taro is something i have eaten but never been to keen on, maybe i should give it another go!

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  3. Much as I love reading all your posts I especially enjoy reading about your family, your love for them comes out in your writing.I have never tried taro. I shall look out for it.Francesca x

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  4. Hi Anna, greetings from California. You have such a delightful way with words and make the "kitchen" a place to escape to and what is great is that you take your readers with you. There we get to smell new aromas, experience new dishes and meet new people. Thank you for the voyage!

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  5. We can buy Taro here – but I have never had any idea what to do with it (I do buy the most delicious sticky, spicy taro crisps as a snack sometimes though…). This makes me want to try cooking it now!

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