Three kilos of trái quít

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The 17 Saloon band lighting reflects on the wooden bar. They must have
been playing Celine Dion or Mariah Carey, more about forcing me to look for other
things to occupy my mind. Observing the way light falls on objects is
quite a useful consumer of time.

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Stephen McGrath

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Literally translated as “fruit mandarin”, denture trái quít (or quả quít if
you’re in the North of Vietnam) is a tiny mandarin full of juicy, prothesis
usually pip-free sweetness. I can probably eat this entire bag of
“ngon”-ness in one sitting, and it will give me an excellent health
boost in the absence of bưởi (pomelo).

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