Tina Fey’s crafting of this episode never fails to amuse me as it turns the fairy tale perfection of Prince Charming on its head.
I enjoy watching James Marsden in “Enchanted” for the same reason.
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© Regina Geok-Ling Tan and "Diary of an ABC Foodie", 2013.
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N.B. Really I am Chinese-Thai/Malay-American and not a true "ABC" (American-born Chinese). My writings have appeared in "Edible East End" and "France Guide".
Why this blog now? I'd like to explore Southeast Asian food with you, reader, and I encourage you to eat them with the traditional spoon and fork.
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