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    Pad Krapow Bacon song Kai dow

    I like my Pad Krapow Moo Kai dow for breakfast , but I decided instead of the normal pork , bacon could be substituted

    except for overdoing it a bit with the bacon , it was a resounding success

    and the artistic arrangement on the plate took an hour to achieve


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    The wife cooks a mean Pad Krapow Moo but if I was to ask her to cook it in any way other than her tried and tested method she would refuse saying "you don't cook Pad Krapow Moo that way "

    Did you cook that yourself
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    Big Ol' Lucky Ol' Al.

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    of course not

    but I instructed that the whole pack of bacon was not required next time

    and I think the pieces should be half that size

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    You can use pork belly, 'moo sahm chan', too and it tastes even better than bacon. Have to fry it first to render out a lot of the fat.

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    song kai dow? I suppose you mean kai dao, song forng (ฟอง). Forng/fong is the numerical classifier for eggs. I'm sure Toddly will be along shortly to give you more details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    song kai dow? I suppose you mean kai dao, song forng (ฟอง). Forng/fong is the numerical classifier for eggs. I'm sure Toddly will be along shortly to give you more details.
    He wants two fried eggs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post

    but I instructed that the whole pack of bacon was not required next time
    You can never have to much bacon


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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    song kai dow? I suppose you mean kai dao, song forng (ฟอง). Forng/fong is the numerical classifier for eggs. I'm sure Toddly will be along shortly to give you more details.
    He wants two fried eggs.
    And indeed he has 2 fried eggs on his plate.

    To say "two fried eggs" in Thai, one says kai dao, song forng (although I believe bai can also be used as a classifier for eggs). Eggs, two 'egg classifier'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert
    He wants two fried eggs.
    I suppose I should have said kai dow song

    and I like my microwave poached eggs when I can - easier to cut with a spoon to mix a bit of yolk with the rice

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    That looks great balders you can cook for me any time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stinky View Post
    That looks great balders you can cook for me any time
    His wife cooked it or maybe thing he's scared what peecoffee might say

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick
    suppose I should have said kai dow song
    You would be understood even without 'bai' as a classifier.

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    That's ok I'll still eat it, double quick an all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick
    and I like my microwave poached eggs when I can - easier to cut with a spoon to mix a bit of yolk with the rice
    Now there is a thread!!! How? I can google it but would rather make Eggs a la Baldrick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert
    You would be understood even without 'bai' as a classifier.
    I have been told Bai is normally used when you ask for more than one glass - though it can be used with eggs

    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    I can google it
    a microwave egg poacher will set you back 100-150 baht - then it is a little experimentation to work out exactly how long your microwave takes to do them to your satisfaction - 60-90 seconds on high

    add a dribble of oil , put the eggs in , stab the yolk with a fork and put 1/2 - 1 a teaspoon of water on top - put on the lid

    http://www.amazon.com/Nordic-Ware-Mi.../dp/B00004W4UR

    I bought one from thai watsadu but in bkk you will probably find them in villa etc

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    Thanks mate!!! I missed all references to this.

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    Bacon and two eggs? Jeeze, your arteries must fricking hate you mate.

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    nothing exceeds like excess - every once in a while anyway

    the recipe needs tuning - it is an instruction in progress

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    ^

    Next time I drink Ten Dark Beer Lao's I'll give that a crack.

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