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    Excellent BBQ

    Does this look good or what?


    This is the chef. He comes from about 100 km away and rents this spot on this local highway outside of P-Lok to sell his grilled pork.
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    I offered my expert hillbilly advice and experience.


    He was very quick with the knife.


    B450 for a 1/2 pig and B800 for a full pig. I forgot to ask about deliveries...


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    That's awesome, now for some sauce...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillbilly
    I forgot to ask about deliveries...
    Did you ask him why he spelled it wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buadhai View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by hillbilly
    I forgot to ask about deliveries...
    Did you ask him why he spelled it wrong?
    Because they ran out of paper, I think.

    It should have been หมูหัน

    Still tasted good...

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    Yeah, I was trying to figure out what they meant by Moo Hom....

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    Nice smelling pig perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Nice smelling pig perhaps?
    It just didn't feel right.

    Those photos remind me of the main road leading down to Cha Am Beach. It's full of those Moo Ham places. Must be a dozen of them in a row. When I'm down there I ride my bike down that road in the morning and it's always a bit gross to see the leftovers sitting out on the grill or on the spit.

    It's not very nice smelling at that point....

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    Parts of Issan are into Rat BBQ.
    Think I'll pass...


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    Yep, when I lived up there they were always having rat, frog and bird for breakfast.

    I didn't mind, but they kept the live frogs in the bathroom and sometimes they'd escape into the water that I had to shower with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    Parts of Issan are into Rat BBQ.
    Think I'll pass...


    I wonder how that would go over in the " MEAT OF YOUR CHOICE" category at the American royal BBQ contest?

    although past participant have entered such meats as raccoon,frog,cat fish and possum

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    Quote Originally Posted by buadhai
    Those photos remind me of the main road leading down to Cha Am Beach. It's full of those Moo Ham places. Must be a dozen of them in a row.
    I've never noticed them. You'll have to show me when you are next in Cha-Am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    Parts of Issan are into Rat BBQ.
    Think I'll pass...

    Wow.. lovely hmm.. actually I just had dinner but I am getting hungry again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goddess of Whatever
    Wow.. lovely hmm.. actually I just had dinner but I am getting hungry again.
    Anybody want to trade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Goddess of Whatever
    Wow.. lovely hmm.. actually I just had dinner but I am getting hungry again.
    Anybody want to trade?
    And I thought I had it bad with durian...

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    I ate rat in Belize and it's not bad at all!
    Even the Queen of england has dinned on Belize rat.
    High class shit!

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    To my knowledge, I've never eaten Rodent*. When I used to raise snakes, I'd have several bags of frozen rats and mice on hand for them. To feed, all need be done is to thaw in a microwave oven. Sometimes not judging proper moisture content vs. time, I would 'cook' a smaller appendage of one of the food items. It actually smelled quite good, but my snakes came first before I fed myself.

    I just thought of another 'Western woman' bashing justification - they seemed to be turned off by rats in my freezer. A Thai Lady thinks all this is just normal.

    * The beaver I've eaten doesn't count as being Rodentia.
    Geo

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    BBQ rat is actually quite nice

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