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    Lampang. With peanut butter and 3 chocolate labradors

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    ^^^better put a glob of that nut butter in yer earholes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Lampang. With peanut butter and 3 chocolate labradors
    5k to leave the gate unlocked. Will be round for the R3 and a tortoise in a few hours.




    Use your sleeve to open the door handle tomorrow morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Wasn't sure what I wanted for breakfast this morning, so opened the fridge and spied leftover mash potatoes. Also had two Ol Folks "medium" sausage patties.

    Fried up the sausage patties with 3 or 4 sprigs of fresh cilantro, 1 button mushroom sliced and diced into smal pieces, 3 or 4 slices of fresh ginger crushed and diced up, and 3 or 4 green onion tops snipped into the mix. Let the sausage patties cook a little then sliced them up into small pieces. Meanwhile took the 3 or 4 cups of mashed potatoes and added 1/2 cup of flour, 2 eggs, 2 heaping tablespoons of sour cream, salt and garlic pepper seasoning.

    Added the sausage fry up mix into the potato mix, stirred all together thoroughly and fried them on the griddle:



    Put three of those bad boys on my plate with a dollop of sour cream and a squirt or two of Huy Fong Rooster sauce:



    Ate those and I was full. Tasty and filling. Blokish cookery...
    Looks great but never been one for potatoes or chips for brekky ...when sober

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    Actually, left over mash prepared in this manner aren't too bad.
    Kind of a potato pancake version..

    Mash, little flour, pinch or two of baking power, egg, milk/heavy cream.

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    ^^No hash browns for brekkie then?

    ^baking powder...that's what I forgot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Wasn't sure what I wanted for breakfast this morning, so opened the fridge and spied leftover mash potatoes. Also had two Ol Folks "medium" sausage patties.

    Fried up the sausage patties with 3 or 4 sprigs of fresh cilantro, 1 button mushroom sliced and diced into smal pieces, 3 or 4 slices of fresh ginger crushed and diced up, and 3 or 4 green onion tops snipped into the mix. Let the sausage patties cook a little then sliced them up into small pieces. Meanwhile took the 3 or 4 cups of mashed potatoes and added 1/2 cup of flour, 2 eggs, 2 heaping tablespoons of sour cream, salt and garlic pepper seasoning.

    Added the sausage fry up mix into the potato mix, stirred all together thoroughly and fried them on the griddle:



    Put three of those bad boys on my plate with a dollop of sour cream and a squirt or two of Huy Fong Rooster sauce:



    Ate those and I was full. Tasty and filling. Blokish cookery...
    Not a million miles away from bubble and squeak with the leftovers from a Sunday dinner.

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    Rugby on soon, beers chilled and biltong prepped and ready to go:




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    Probably more comfort food for sissy boys going through alcohol withdrawal, than bloke's food.



    Chucked a can of chick peas in with cumin, paprika, lime juice, olive oil, baby garlic heads and s&p.


    Nuked in the wave.



    Mashed up with extra seasoning as desired.




    Will pull the leftovers out of the fridge tomorrow and have in a pita with chicken, lettuce and tomato.

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    ^Those look like garbanzo beans to me.


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    You also probably spell humour without the u and have never left your small country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    You also probably spell humour without the u and have never left your small country.
    Probably "broils" them too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Probably "broils" them too.
    I won't eat the nasty things. Whatever they're called. Same for black-eyed peas.


    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    You also probably spell humour without the u and have never left your small country.
    Can't have humor without "U." Lately I haven't even left my small town.

    Anyway, it was years before I learned garbanzo beans and chickpeas were the same thing. Me mum always called them the former. Didn't like hers either.

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    I'm now totally fucked on what are eggplants, courgettes, aubergines and ...I can't even remember the last one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Chucked a can of chick peas in with cumin, paprika, lime juice, olive oil, baby garlic heads and s&p.
    Mashed up with extra seasoning as desired..
    Nice, i'd probably have added some yoghurt, not the sweet stawbelly kind they have in Thighland though OR just stacks more EVOO

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    I'm now totally fucked on what are eggplants, courgettes, aubergines and ...I can't even remember the last one.
    Capsicums?


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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Capsicums?

    You mean peppers?

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    Capsicums. We will accept bell peppers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    I'm now totally fucked on what are eggplants, courgettes, aubergines and ...I can't even remember the last one.
    Aubergine are eggplant, courgette are zucchini.

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    Yesterday's sports watching snax.
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