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    Condiments - No, not fish sauce

    Thai condiments consist of fish sauce, fish sauce with chili, chili with vinegar, and of course sugar, I do have sugar up here, but thats used for tea and coffee, not food, so lets talk about some proper condiments for us white and black folk.

    Yesterday I was down the Indian supermarket in South Pattaya and got a jar of this stuff.



    Green Indian Chilli Pickle, about 140baht for a jar, its the big chillies sliced and in an oil based liquid, they have a real nice soft slow burn, remember those boring Lays crisps, these pickles sort them out into something delicious, I admit salsa is ok, but this stuff is 10 times better.

    PS, its made by Tops of India and I doubt has any relationship to Tops in Thailand, so what else is there?

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    I just purchased some American hot dog relish, should spice up the old Ham/Cheese/Tomato/onion sandwiches for tomorrow's lunch just nicely, am a bit over mayonnaise.

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    I don't really like or dislike mayonaise, but I have never bought it, it is just bland, got to admit the hotdog relish sounds good, although I have to admit i think of chili dogs and the relish might not be as good as them

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    I like a bit of Magi when i have boiled eggs.

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    tuna salad would not be tuna salad without


    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    mayonnaise

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    I don't really like or dislike mayonaise, it is just bland,
    That's okay, Thai food preps use half a jar of it per sandwich.

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    ^ And a full jar on a Thai pizza !

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    Well that's a substitute for cheese. The ketchup then goes on top.

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    Latest fad of mine which I accidentally stumbled upon whilst I was skint - vinegar and ground nutmeg. It works..

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Latest fad of mine which I accidentally stumbled upon whilst I was skint - vinegar and ground nutmeg. It works..
    Feck snorting that,rather stick English mustard up me nose.

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    Fish sauce - now that is good stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    rather stick English mustard up me nose.
    Posh bastard..

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    rather stick English mustard up me nose.
    Posh bastard..
    I love it when you get a hit and you get that burning sensation in your nose.
    And it has to be the powder version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwarner
    I like a bit of Magi when i have boiled eggs.
    How about Sandra and Monica and Rita? Do you just shove those poor bitches aside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    And it has to be the powder version.
    Not obligatory, but certainly less messy..

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    I have jars of locally made sweet pickle (like Branstons, but good), piccalilli, mango chutney, pickled onions and pickled cabbage & apple.

    Very yummy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    I love it when you get a hit and you get that burning sensation in your nose. And it has to be the powder version.
    I love it too, and prefer the powdered version. Very similar to a wasabe lobotomy.

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