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04 June 2016


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This is very important, we need the exact recipe for 'nangu'. My memory buds have been agitating ever since reading this nice story.

Great story Alexander. I share a bit of your experience, having three PNG mums and PNG friends at Avondale, two of whom are an Australian expat missionary woman married to a refugee from West Papua who was raised in the Sepik.

And I think the cooking secret is coconut milk, ginger and garlic, plus a few chillis and some lime juice. Makes just about anything yummy.

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