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    Midday snack.

    Its a few days until i fly back too Bangkok so for the next few days will be enjoying some nice midday snacks.
    So today while somtamslap is chewing on a chicken foot i decided on Focaccia,pickled onions and a nice piece of English cheddar cheese.
    Have left a picture of the cheese out so Mr slap can have a few wet dreams.


    Think i will have roast lamb tomorrow.
    Fascists dress in black and go around telling people what to do, whereas priests... more drink!

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    Enjoy it while you can Mr. Toey. Vat upon vat of plain white rice and buffalo knackers await your return..

    Anyway, I've just cooked myself dinner so I'm full enough not drool too much. A onion, garlic and mushroom omelette with an onion, mushroom and garlic side-salad. Most creative, I thought..

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    Good for you the wife has already asked what i want for breakfast on arrival.
    Think she has Jok with entrails lined up for my first treat.
    Now should i do the lamb rubbed with sea salt and spiked with rosemary.
    To many decisions but at least its up to me.

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    I'm drooling here you bar steward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    plain white rice and buffalo knackers
    Quote Originally Posted by alwarner
    I'm drooling here you bar steward.
    If you like that sort of thing.

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    If anyone is missing a nice midday snack let me know,will cook it and consume for you.
    Sorry UPS out of the question,you will have to watch and suffer.
    Enjoy your curried fish balls with noodles chaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    curried fish balls
    Carefull.
    You'll have alwarner drooling again.

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    What is that ? and where's the cheese ?

    This has the makings of a great thread.

    My mate's going back next week for a couple of weeks, he asked what I would like bringing back, all I could think of were pickled onion Monster Munch

    Smug brought me some back last time, they never made it the taxi journey home

    I will add to this thread Xmas

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    ^The bread is Focaccia with green and black olives,left the cheese picture out was worried Mr Slap might lose it and try some form of self harm.
    Seems he cooked an omelette,not sure if he used chicken eggs or not,he never mentioned it.

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    Garners are my favourite pickled onions. I need to be rich enough to fly to England at will to buy a jar. I am drooling

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    I just hand a huge bowl of Ma Diggler's home made Scotch Broth with 4 large slices of wholemeal loaf spread with, for some fucking reason, goat's butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    I just hand a huge bowl of Ma Diggler's home made Scotch Broth with 4 large slices of wholemeal loaf spread with, for some fucking reason, goat's butter.
    Goat's butter that is just so very wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggsy View Post
    Garners are my favourite pickled onions. I need to be rich enough to fly to England at will to buy a jar. I am drooling
    They were very nice,good crunchiness and nice colour,hate anemic pickled onions.

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    To be fair, she never told me til I'd ate it and I never suspected any foul play.

    Just topped it off with a one-eyed Egyptian, roast chicken and the works tonight. Being spoilt rotten here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    left the cheese picture out was worried Mr Slap might lose it and try some form of self harm.
    If it's a basic cheddar I can handle it, but if you start putting the likes of a ripe Stilton up which crumbles effortlessly from the block then I shall have to request you pay the councelling fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    left the cheese picture out was worried Mr Slap might lose it and try some form of self harm.
    If it's a basic cheddar I can handle it, but if you start putting the likes of a ripe Stilton up which crumbles effortlessly from the block then I shall have to request you pay the councelling fees.
    Noted,it was some nice cheddar from the local cider and cheese farm near by.

    Middle farm | about middle farm

    They have free cider and cheese tasting,recommend not driving i always end up leaving shit faced.
    Nothing like a night spent drinking,eating and sleeping in their cider shed.


    Look at all that cider Mr Slap,i can tell you want to try some.
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    Not a big fan of pickled onions. We have some home-made ones here which the Midget uses in the Thai Seafood Salad.

    I must say that I do enjoy Ciabatta, crumbly Lancashire cheese and some pickled beetroot. The bread fresh from the oven... mmmmm.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    Middle farm | about middle farm
    Farm shops are the main reason the Midget wants to go to the UK. We're blessed in Udon for decent fresh stuff now, but it's nowt compared with somewhere like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Not a big fan of pickled onions. We have some home-made ones here which the Midget uses in the Thai Seafood Salad.

    I must say that I do enjoy Ciabatta, crumbly Lancashire cheese and some pickled beetroot. The bread fresh from the oven... mmmmm.....
    The Ciabatta is freshly baked everyday,the olives were good not bitter.
    Sometimes people put horrible olives in,spoils an nice loaf of bread.

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    Ciabatta? Fucking ciabatta? What the fuck is wrong with you people?

    You can't make a ploughmans with ciabatta.

    It's CRUSTY WHITE BREAD you fucking peasants.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Ciabatta? Fucking ciabatta? What the fuck is wrong with you people?

    You can't make a ploughmans with ciabatta.

    It's CRUSTY WHITE BREAD you fucking peasants.

    Yeah i know,but i am a trendy git these days.
    Its called fusion food.
    Can wait for my jok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    It's CRUSTY WHITE BREAD you fucking peasants.
    I have an unlimited supply of that too.

    Actually the Midget is baking at the moment and the smell of freshly baked bread is making me salivate. There's a bread roll with my name on it...

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    ... burnt my fingers trying to cut it in half, but the pain was worth it.

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    ^ Did you sort out the heartburn mate ?

    PS. I'm gonna get a breadmaker tomorrow, bored of 7 elevens wholewheat shite now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    burnt my fingers trying to cut it in half
    with a view to fill it with what?

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