Category: Crazy Dumplings

We Found Her! Finally Getting Our Match

We Found Her! Finally Getting Our Match

We finally found our daughter! Anyone who knows us or follows this blog knows that our adoption journey has been a long and difficult one. But we are so happy to finally announce that we have found our daughter! Meet little Zofia!

Zofia-8-30-16-7As a blogger and now a mommy blogger, I am still wrestling with how much information to share about her. I am a pretty open person and I love talking about my life in China and the adoption process, but this isn’t only my story. Where does my story end and Zofia’s begin? I’m not sure, and I know I will make mistakes along the way, but hopefully I will be able to strike a balance between sharing just enough information to encourage others to adopt without divulging information that should be hers to share if and when she is ready.

For now, just know that this little girl is already loved and we can’t wait to bring her home!

If you ever have any questions about adopting from China, just ask! And I will do my best to help you. Especially if you are an expat interested in adopting. When we moved to China in 2010, there was no information about non-military families adopting while living abroad. Now, there are whole communities of expat adoptive families!

We still are not sure exactly when we will be home, but when she does, we will have a lot more pictures to share!

I know many of our friends and family members would like to know how they can support us during this time. Here are two main ways:

1 – Donate money directly. You can click on the button below to send funds to us directly through Paypal.

2 – Buy my books! You can buy my books – The Crazy Dumplings Cookbooks and Threads of Silk – from me directly through this site or you can buy them through Amazon (however, I (and the rest of my team) earn a lot more money per book if you buy from me). You can also buy a variety of dumpling related gifts here on the website. 

Of course, adding our little dumpling to our family means a lot of changes. I have already been blogging less because I have been working so much to raise money to pay the adoption fees and several publishing projects are being pushed back. Santa and the Christmas Dragon will be published in the fall of 2017 (with better, updated art!) and Crazy Dumplings III will be published in the spring of 2018.

Thank you so much for reading and being part of our adoption journey! This story is only beginning.


Crazy Dumplings II – Crazy Second Week!

Crazy Dumplings II – Crazy Second Week!

We had such an amazing second week on Kickstarter! We passed 200% funded and we are now sitting at over $7,000 raised! The best part is that means I have presold almost 300 copies of Crazy Dumplings II: Even Dumplinger! That is so amazing and really means a lot to me as a writer.

I have to first thank all of our new backers!

Crazy-Dumplings-2_01aKeith Stattenfield, Jay Towslee, Susan Livingston, Marc7454, Maji, Jupiter Linger, Dakota Lambert, Sheldon Radcliff, Michael Salter, Daniel Einschlag, Kristie Macris, Jacob Philip Gordon Burke, Robyn Doig, Joseph Seliga, Theresa Tang, Bonnie Ward, Dimitri van Dijk, William Sanders, 20drigo Perez [Mx], Kaitlin McNamara, Judy Ospital, Aaron White, Gerry Lee, Jared Ruocco, Bucky, Justin Voris, Amy Sept, Chris Aikens, Fabrice Armisen, Felicia, ben Shultz, Megz Cantara, Katy Hill, Dan Palmer, Amy Stewart, Charlotte Gauthier, Mike K, Kyle Klems, Michael Kroeker, Christian Kolesa, Bvs, Jules Thrumble, James Moe, Rachel Droessler, Tdonta, Amanda Morey, Alexandra Arias, Chase Meyers, Tim James, Samantha Dorr, Mark forshey, Jason, Jeff, Aleksandra, Zander, Stacy Blois, Alex McKennariey, Annie Sylvain, Vonny Pramono, Raquel Orozco, Alison Nelson, Aureus, Dan Kinder, Clif Blanchard, Nick Wang, Sarah Alhas, Sarah Reeves, Nigel Perera, Alexander Hawson, Ben Grabham, P. D. Jacobs, Angela Chatha, matthew k hardin, jolene forgey, Amanda Bell, Rosalie Reyes, Jasmine Sys, Ruth Hartstein, Chris Edwards, Greg Schwartz, Megan Trahan, John Long, Kathryn Zinman, Dan F, Susannah, Aniril, Richard Daley, Jason Griffin, Ruud van Ierland, Mark Brown, Sophie Tinz, Tara Fowler, Rachael LaMielle, sarah golon, Ron H, Benjamin Lee, Michael Wessel, Matt, scott homann, Michael Newlyn Blake and Billy Ingle.

I shared a couple of BACKER ONLY recipes, and I’ll share a few more this week, so if you want to see what those are, you will have to become a backer.

I also wanted to share a couple of other really cool Kickstarter projects with you. Click on the images to view the projects.

The sophomore issue of Banana Magazine–a publication dedicated to all things AZN
The sophomore issue of Banana Magazine–a publication dedicated to all things AZN
A new jumbo-sized ramen guide with 42 Japanese ramen recipes with distinctive regional flavors in Japan.
A new jumbo-sized ramen guide with 42 Japanese ramen recipes with distinctive regional flavors in Japan.
We want to bring the dumpling emoji to life and pave the way for a more inclusive catalog of emojis.
We want to bring the dumpling emoji to life and pave the way for a more inclusive catalog of emojis.










This is such a busy time for me. Monday is Chinese New Year, so be sure to join the Chinese New Year Blog Hop. I’ll be spending the holiday in Vietnam. It will be my first time there so I’m very excited. I can’t wait to come back with a ton of new pictures and maybe a few dumpling recipes! Be sure to check out our Giveaways page, because we have a couple of things going on there and a couple more will be added next week as part of the Blog Hop.

Of course, all of this is on top of hopefully welcoming our first child this summer. I’ll post an update about that soon. I wish I had more to share on that, but all the waiting and paperwork just make for terribly boring writing; however, I am sure some of my readers would like an update. So stay tuned!

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Sweet and Spicy Salmon Dumpling Recipe

Sweet and Spicy Salmon Dumpling Recipe

Hi everyone! Today I want to share a really yummy dumpling recipe with you! I already shared this with my backers on Kickstarter, so if you want to get a hundred more dumpling recipes, be sure to check out the campaign!

You can find the dumpling wrapper recipe here.

This flavorful recipe is sweet with a kick of pepper. Sure to be your new favorite!

Sweet and Spicy Salmon Dumplings


This recipe says you can use cooked salmon (maybe from a leftover meal at home or from a restaurant), but you can also used fresh salmon. The dumplings will get hot enough when fried to cook the salmon. You can also use canned salmon in a pinch. 

¾ cup honey
¼ cup soy sauce
¼ cup brown sugar, packed
¼ cup pineapple juice
Juice of 1 lemon
2 Tbsp olive oil
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp cayenne pepper
Dash of paprika
Dash of garlic powder
1 cup cooked salmon, chopped or shredded
12 dumpling wrappers
1 cup of oil, if frying

  1. In a saucepan, add all filling ingredients except salmon and heat over medium heat. Stir occasionally until sauce begins to boil. Simmer uncovered for 15 minutes until syrupy.
  2. Remove from heat and blend in salmon.
  3. Drain sauce from salmon and set aside.
  4. Spoon salmon mixture into dumpling wrappers and pinch closed.
  5. Cook dumplings.
    • To fry dumplings, preheat oil in a wok for 30 seconds on high heat, then lower heat to medium. Cook dumplings on each side for about 3 minutes or until golden brown.
    • To steam dumplings, place in a steamer basket or on an elevated plate in a wok over water on high heat for about 10 minutes.
  6. Always cut a dumpling open to make sure it is cooked through.
  7. Serve hot with excess sauce for dipping.

To get more than a hundred Crazy Dumpling recipes, check out Crazy Dumplings II: Even Dumplinger, now on Kickstarter!

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Crazy Dumplings II – Awesome First Week!

Crazy Dumplings II – Awesome First Week!

Crazy Dumplings II had an awesome first week on Kickstarter! We reached our goal in less than 5 days, and then blew past it, raising 150% of our goal in just 7 days! We have over 170 backers and were named as a Staff Pick! If anyone has done a Kickstarter before, you know how important being a Staff Pick can be. Over 40 of our backers found us after checking out the Staff Pick pages.

Crazy-Dumplings-2_03aWe had A LOT of returning backers, which is so amazing! That means not only did they like the first Crazy Dumplings cookbook, they came back for seconds! To celebrate hitting our goal, I posted a new dumpling recipe. You can see it here and try it for yourself.

I have to give a shout-out to all of our amazing backers so far:

Madisen Trueg, Vidya, Sarah Mosley, ATH, evan, Hazel O’Keeffe, Aimee Smith, Gail, Nathan Kellen, Joshua Martin, Brandon Marris, Lisa Eyers, tofuji, Tim Meakins, Daniel, Sara, Amy, Pamela Izzo, Vincent Briamonte Jr, Jessica Zhu, Alex Tsue, Joshua, Mj, DeHart, Daniel Moo, Bruce Bellak, Marco Seidel, Ineke Allez, Ruben Schäfer-Baehre, Dawn Smith, Tyler Whitlock, Josh, Ellen, Richard Fresow, Theresa, Breanna Gallagher, Devin, Roxy Pope, Melissa Smith, MDrake42, Kelly Kohagura, Duke Games, Drew, Stiemke, Dwight Bishop, Kelly Beecher, Vivianne Audiss, Chris Sandy, Alistair, Kristin, Rabon, Heather Hostetler, ryan Harrison, Thilo, Keba Jackson, Megan, Brandon, Jablonski, Rob Steinberger, Daniel Munday, Koendert Ruifrok, Laura Lundy, Nicole, Pelchat, Seth Anderson, Krista, James Mattly, Bob T Kozono, Shane barker, William Hall, Evonne Okafor, Flint, Xander, Jessica Slavik, Laurie Kibbe, Arimenthe, Angela Pritchett, Celeste Tamura, Kelly, Aaron Beard, Stephie I., Amelia McLearan Hite, Sara H. Lappi, Damian Morgan, Johan Buts, Carrie Lillie-Lugo, Stephenie C-L, kyle trudel, Rebekah Bernard, J.A.W., Hilla-Mari Heikkilä, Shauna Ratliff, Regan Smith, Dean Gillis, Sara Doty, Erin Rowett, Alison Benowitz, Rebecca Dixon, Ahad Al Saud, Joan Schulz, Tina Young, Jessica Dulin, David Miller, jenelle campion, Josh Garneau, Tina Tipton, Visalachy Sittampalam, Camey, Jonathon ‘jono’ Zachariah, Willhameena power, Eileen LaBoone, Aline Hong, John Gillespie, Cristie Fagnano, Rachel Alystine, Danielle Greene, Dane, Cullen Gilchrist, Bruce Martin, Heather Whittaker, Marina Turovsky, Carolyn Brindle, ExecutionGlitch, Ludvig Carleson, Dan Canzonieri, Louise, Alex Ambers, Dan Rothstein, Burgin Howdeshell, Stefanie, oliver, Zach B., AC, Jonas Claumarch, Jen Brown, Robert McKeagney, Vincent B. Donadio, Jacob Cord, Neil Graham, Frank Cernik, Stine, Aaron B, Ted Beyer, James McKendrew, Victor A Eichhorn, P-P-P-P-Powerbook, Mark Henderson, Sinzor, Joseph Moyer, Donna Nutter, Daniel Lanigan, Gearsoul, Kit Wickliff, Eileen Hendriksen, Steffen Heise, Keith Solomon, Timo Glander, Max, Lenaldo Branco Rocha, Margaret St. John, Stefan Winkler, Black Squadron Monkey King 42, David Spaxman, Geoff Peterson, Marijo Yates, Rob Coke, H J, Luke Otlang, Scott Loonan, Jaime Ruiz-Morales, Sören Koch, Amy, Michael Brand, Nicholas Smillie, James, Tom Wardill, Kate Scott, MrsDHaggis, Kim Dyer, Thierry Corlieto.

Who else wants to join the list? Jump over to Kickstarter right now and back Crazy Dumplings II: Even Dumplinger right now!

Crazy Dumplings II is now on Kickstarter!

Crazy Dumplings II is now on Kickstarter!

Crazy Dumplings II: Even Dumplinger is now on Kickstarter!

Dumplings II Front CroppedDumplings from around the world and the most unique combinations of ingredients come together in Crazy Dumplings II: Even Dumplinger. From Thailand, Vietnam, India, and of course across China, traditional snacks are given a new twist when stuffed into dumpling wrappers. Sweet, savory, spicy, and all delicious, Crazy Dumplings II: Even Dumplinger will take you where your taste buds have never been before!

After the success of last year’s Crazy Dumplings Cookbook, I can’t get dumplings off my mind. Every time I come across a new recipe, the first thing I think is “how can I turn this into a dumpling?” So I’m back with dozens of crazy new dumpling recipes you will want to try!

China’s favored dish, the dumpling (jiaozi in Chinese), can be found on every street corner, in every restaurant, and in every kitchen in China, but they are all pretty much prepared the same way: a bit of meat, some garlic and ginger, and a bit of vegetables if you’re lucky. Even a visit to the freezer section at any grocery store displays hundreds of packages of dumplings that all look and taste the same.

But the dumpling is so versatile! Have you ever tried stuffing a dumpling with chicken? Pesto? Egg tart filling? No? Hardly anyone has! My cookbook, Crazy Dumplings II, takes this simple staple food and prepares it in ways you never thought possible! From Avocado Chipotle Dumplings to Lamb Pomegranate Dumplings to Pumpkin Cream Cheese Dumplings, a world of foods is available to you in an easy dumpling wrapper with Crazy Dumplings.

About the Book

Crazy Dumplings II will contain dozens of new recipes plus dumpling recipes submitted by backers, the dumpling wrapper recipe, and several original sauce and dip recipes such as Avocado Lime Sauce and Honey Chipotle Sauce. There are dumpling recipes for appetizers, main courses, and desserts. I have done my best to include some vegetarian recipes, but dumplings are so versatile, you can turn almost any recipe in the book vegetarian, and the book will explain how!

About the Campaign

There are lots of new Backer Rewards, including an updated Amazing Dumplinger and adorable Plushy Dumplings!

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You can also get last year’s original Crazy Dumplings Cookbook at a discounted rate!
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I’ll also be sharing lots of new dumpling recipes only with Kickstarter backers, so click here to hurry over to Kickstarter and back Crazy Dumpings II: Even Dumplinger right now!

Step 1 of probably 100 million

Step 1 of probably 100 million

IMG_2536As any reader of this blog or anyone who has ever met us knows, our dream is to adopt a baby here in China. We finally took that first step and submitted our initial application, which was approved last week! Yay!

That was probably the easiest step, though. I was immediately given about 50 more forms to fill out before we can start our home study, which is a whole other thing. But we are just taking it one step at a time.

Adoption, especially international adoption, is an expensive way to grow a family. And we have additional hurdles and costs to face because we live abroad. We have set up two crowdfunding campaigns, one at IndieGogo and one at GoFundMe (because I know different people prefer different platforms). I am offering copies of Crazy Dumplings (digital copies and physical copies) and the amazing crazy dumpling dumplinger as Thank You gifts for supporters, so if you missed out on our Kickstarter campaign or want more books or dumplingers as gifts, this is your chance!

Also, adoption is a very personal journey. I am a pretty open person, and I am looking forward to sharing our journey with readers, but I have already been struggling with how much to share with readers. How can I tell my story without overstepping the boundaries of what is our child’s story and her right to keep her story private or share when she is ready? As a writer, this is something I will probably always struggle with as my kids grow. But in light of that, there are some things about the adoption journey I won’t be sharing publicly on the blog, but might be more willing to share with our supporters, people who I know care about us, our child, and our story. So I will be setting up a separate mailing list just for supporters to get more “behind the scenes” information about our journey.

Check out our new shop!

Check out our new shop!

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I’ve been wanting to open an online shop here on the blog for a while, but I imagined it would be a really difficult thing. Apparently, with WordPress, it’s very easy! Check it my new shop here.  Just click on “Crazy Products” at the top of the page, select your items, then click on “checkout” under “Crazy Products” and complete the checkout process. All payments are processed through Paypal, but once you set up a Paypal account you can pay with a credit card or directly through your bank.

The Perfect Christmas Present

Amazing Dumplinger
The Amazing Dumplinger

My awesome in-laws just finished mailing out all of the rewards from my Crazy Dumplings Kickstarter, and we had a few items leftover. So I made 10 gift sets that include 1 paperback book, 1 dumplinger, and 1 paper-cutting bookmark. For only $21.95, you get all three items! The books are retailing for $20.95 on Amazon, so by buying them directly from me in this package, you are almost getting the dumplinger and bookmark for free. It is such a great deal!

The gift set is only available for shipping in the 48 continental United States. Sorry, but I’m still figuring out how to work the shipping options and I don’t know if any international packages would arrive in time for Christmas.

You can also purchase the eBook version of Crazy Dumplings in a variety of formats.

I want to thank everyone who has helped me get my book published. I am very proud of it and so happy it is now getting into people’s hands! Happy Holidays, everyone, and may your dumplings ever be crazy!

Planning the Perfect Thanksgiving Dinner While Living Abroad – The Pumpkin Pie

Planning the Perfect Thanksgiving Dinner While Living Abroad – The Pumpkin Pie

Hi everyone. Welcome to my sixth post dedicated to helping you plan the perfect Thanksgiving dinner while living abroad. I first wrote about making sure you have all the right utensils and about how to prepare the all-important turkey. I followed up with how to make stuffing from scratch, how to make a delicious river of gravy, how to make mashed potatoes, and how to make drop biscuits. Today, we are going to round out your Thanksgiving feast with a pumpkin pie!

First off, I’m not going to talk about how to make the crust. This is for 2 reasons. 1) Crusts are hard to make but should not be hard to purchase. Even though “pie” is not popular in China, egg tarts are. So just use egg tart shells and make mini-pumpkin pies. 2) You can completely bypass the shell altogether by using dumpling wrappers! Why not bring a little China to your Thanksgiving dinner table?

We are going to make the pumpkin pie filling from scratch because pumpkins are usually easy to find and the pumpkin puree is not that hard to make.

dessert dumplingsWhat you need:

1 small pumpkin (1 cup pumpkin puree)
1/3 cup sugar
1 tsp cinnamon powder
1 tsp ground cloves
1 tsp allspice powder
½ tsp ginger powder
1 egg
6 oz evaporated milk
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
12 dumpling wrappers (made from scratch or purchased) or 12 egg tart shells
1 cup of oil for frying

Preparing the Pumpkin

  1. Cut the pumpkin in half and remove the seeds. Don’t be afraid to scrape the sides and get all that stringy stuff out.
  2. Place the pumpkin into a steamer basket on the stove (you can cut the pieces smaller if they don’t quite fit). Steam pumpkin, covered, over high heat for 20-30 minutes or until it is soft.
  3. Scoop softened pumpkin meat out of the rind. Puree pumpkin meat in a blender until smooth.
  4. Done! You will only need 1 cup of puree for this recipe. If you have extra puree, you can freeze it and save it for future dumplings or increase the rest of the recipe to make lots of dumplings (not like they will go to waste since they will be eaten up so quickly!).

Making the pumpkin pie filling for dumplings or egg tart shells

  1. Mix together 1 cup of pumpkin puree with the sugar, spices, egg, and evaporated milk.
  2. For pumpkin pie dumplings:
    • Spoon mixture into dumpling wrappers and pinch closed. If the mixture is too runny to work with, put the mixture into the refrigerator for about 20 minutes to set up.
    • To fry dumplings, preheat oil for 30 seconds on high heat, then lower heat to medium. Cook dumplings on each side for about 3 minutes or until golden brown.
  3. If you are using egg tart shells:
    • Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit (200 degrees Celsius)
    • Fill the shells about 3/4 of the way full with pumpkin pie filling.
    • Bake for about 30 minutes or until the tops are golden.
  4. Serve hot or chilled.

You can find the Pumpkin Pie Dumpling recipe, along with almost a hundred more, in my cookbook Crazy Dumplings, now available on Amazon! 

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Dumplings. Wontons. Jiaozi. This remarkably simple food is found throughout Asia and in Chinese restaurants and kitchens around the world, but have you ever filled a dumpling wrapper with chicken? Lobster? North American Plains Bison? Hardly anyone has! The Crazy Dumplings Cookbook features over 100 recipes with some of the craziest and most delicious dumpling filling recipes you will ever see. From Chicken Taquito Dumplings to Timey-Wimey Dumplings to a dumpling for your dog, Crazy Dumplings will show you all the crazy things you can stuff into a dumpling wrapper for an easy meal or snack.

Crazy Dumplings is here!

Crazy Dumplings is here!

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It’s here! It’s here! After more than a year of work, Crazy Dumplings is finally available on Amazon Kindle. It should be available in paperback from Amazon in a couple of days.

What is Crazy Dumplings? Dumplings are found throughout Asia and in Chinese restaurants and kitchens around the world, but have you ever filled a dumpling wrapper with chicken? Lobster? North American Plains Bison? Hardly anyone has! The Crazy Dumplings Cookbook features over 100 recipes with some of the craziest and most delicious dumpling filling recipes you will ever see. From Chicken Taquito Dumplings to Timey-Wimey Dumplings to a dumpling for your dog, Crazy Dumplings will show you all the crazy things you can stuff into a dumpling wrapper for an easy meal or snack.

Crazy Dumplings is my first cookbook, and it pre-sold over 400 copies on my Kickstarter campaign this summer. The recipes are fun, delicious, and unique. Be sure to get your copy today!


We Did It! Crazy Dumplings Are Coming!

We Did It! Crazy Dumplings Are Coming!

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We did it! We reached our funding goal in only 7 days, but then we completely blew past any expectations to exceed $9,000 (including a few backers from outside Kickstarter) and got almost 450 backers! Woo hoo! There is still a lot of work ahead. I am waiting to get recipe ideas from backers and I will have to test them out, so it might still be a month or two before the final version of the book is ready, but you can look at past posts to see some of the dumpling recipes already out there. I have just sent out the backer surveys, so I am looking forward to getting all the information organized and other thank you gifts ready to send out.

Here is one final shout out to the last of the amazing Crazy Dumpling backers. Thank you, Melanie, Jerome Lim, Kaitlin McNamara, Agostino, Jared Laforge, Francisco Martinez, Zinnia, Scott Hill, Kyle Turner, Allison Ko, Josephine Cuyugan, Ted Beyer, Brandon Inoue, Gail, Matthew Morgan, Wang Tien, Daniel Freytes, Chris Hardham, Shannon Sailer, Brittany Miller, Carl Gilchrist, Camey, Laurent Desmecht, Suzanne St Thomas, Zirui, Adrienne Hood, sonja weber, Claire Lewis, The Cleaver Quarterly, Alistair, Nicholas Smillie, Ivan Sanchez, Michaela Leszkovich, Vincent B. Donadio, Katharine, Alex, Charlsie Evans, Mike F., Theresa Kummerer, AKASlaphappy, ben shultz, Brent Deverman, Charis, Laura Lundy, jeffrey hartnett, John Gillespie, Stijn Hommes, LeighAnne Vanhoozer, Angela Pritchett, Evan Eyster, Luke E., Korey Heinen, Jack Jenkins, Grace Green, Joshua Marin, Angela Pumarada, Cydney Smith, Balazs Kosaras, Sarah, Frank Cernik, Jay Towslee, Carlos Asuncion, JB3, Abby Witherell, Luke knight, John Burns, Jennifer Collins, Erich Sheogorath, Tomáš Denemark, Victor A Eichhorn, Aimee Yermish, Breanna Gallagher, Tory, Stephanie Osta-Burman, Robert Elston, Jonathan Edwards, Harlee Quinn, Marc Taylor, Danielle Greene, H J, Andrew Heley, William D, Cindy Kommerkamp, Jo Summers, Dan Canzonieri, Dana Laskowski, Holly Humphrey, Beth Krumholz, dean siewert, Beth Domann, Helena Chestnut, Steffen Heise, Soo Kuan, sunzhengquan, Catherine Brown, Jessica Kilgore, Christine Mark, William Hall, Leela Aniela Giannasi, Leann Johnson, Sarah Lynn Chen, Roger tjosås, Yonatan Sion, David Archer, Timothy Wong, Mike Newton, Bill Reuther, Christine V, Dan Sugalski, Michael Wick, Tristan Colson, Dwight Bishop, Siddharth Pulpa, Joel Rahn, Shaheena Khan, Korchy, Kristopher Stein, Nannaya Jampala, Patrick Fletcher, SgtSagara, Diane Coombs, Lee Waters, Juurd Ketting, Flint, Jayme Mc Leish, Amelia McLearan Hite, Jasmine Leong, Helen Luan, Liam Williams, Tyler Chorneyko, and Kit Wickliff. You guys are awesome!

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