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Old 11-21-2014, 01:29 PM   #42583
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I'd never heard of Cambodian doughnuts before. Had to look that up. We don't have many Khmer here in Austin, mainly Thai and Vietnamese, and a growing number of Chinese.

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On a side note, I love Cambodia. Been there a couple times and planning to go back again probably next year. In Phnom Penh down by the river there's a pizza place where you can get your regular pizza toppings. For a (very) small fee, you can tell them to make your pizza "happy" and they'll add in "something green."

With the way the laws are changing here in the States, it prolly won't be long before the Cambodians'll be selling "happy doughnuts!"
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