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  • Reminds me of those kids who always called me "chink" or "jap"--never occurred to them I was Korean, etc.

    A Little Dishing from the FertilityBitch: Meg Ryan

  • This dish is called jap-chae (not pronounced with that strong "j" but a softer one).

    The Cabbage Patch

  • This dish is called jap-chae (not pronounced with that strong "j" but a softer one).

    The Cabbage Patch

  • This dish is called jap-chae (not pronounced with that strong "j" but a softer one).

    The Cabbage Patch

  • This dish is called jap-chae (not pronounced with that strong "j" but a softer one).

    The Cabbage Patch

  • This dish is called jap-chae (not pronounced with that strong "j" but a softer one).

    The Cabbage Patch

  • This dish is called jap-chae (not pronounced with that strong "j" but a softer one).

    The Cabbage Patch

  • This dish is called jap-chae (not pronounced with that strong "j" but a softer one).

    The Cabbage Patch

  • This dish is called jap-chae (not pronounced with that strong "j" but a softer one).

    The Cabbage Patch

  • This dish is called jap-chae (not pronounced with that strong "j" but a softer one).

    The Cabbage Patch

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