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    Light and Easy diet-ish food.

    Tonight I did up some roast pumpkin, with sliced chicken breast marinated in peanut and coconut sauce, before being fried and placed on a bed of fresh crunchy beansprouts, served with some corn on the cob and green beans.




    Tasty, easily found in any Tops.






    Ready to roast. I add a minced red chili to add a bit of kick to the meal. As a homosexual I deseed it first.


    Don't forget to itch your eye just after deseeding it.






    Light. Tasty. Easy peasy Luigi.

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    .....and quantity.

    Diet.
    Consciousness and instinct as to how much one needs to consume for basic sustenance.

    Doesn't seem to work in many circles.
    Façade.

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    Looks delicious Ive tried thayt marinade and it is very good was it CP? bought some in TOPS C mai years ago?

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    Shoulda mate some satays

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    Looks delicious Ive tried thayt marinade and it is very good was it CP? bought some in TOPS C mai years ago?
    Don't think it's CP. Think it's a Tops special branded dipping sauce. They have 4 or 5 of them. Peanut and Coconut Sauce, Lemongrass Sauce, Sweet Chili, Guinness and Onion, and errr, Cheesy Wotsits flavour.

    Only 35 baht each or something. They do alright as an easy marinade.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Shoulda mate some satays
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Tonight I did up some roast pumpkin, with sliced chicken breast marinated in peanut and coconut sauce, before being fried and placed on a bed of fresh crunchy beansprouts, served with some corn on the cob and green beans.




    Tasty, easily found in any Tops.






    Ready to roast. I add a minced red chili to add a bit of kick to the meal. As a homosexual I deseed it first.


    Don't forget to itch your eye just after deseeding it.






    Light. Tasty. Easy peasy Luigi.
    The green on your plate are called pea's in there pod, not greenbeans OK.
    As there not a bean there pea.

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    ^ You can take the council estate out of the man, but................

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    looks good and simple.

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    ^^^ Colloquialism bud.

    ^ Cheers, will try to add to it as I go on and need to find more dishes that aren't spuds.

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    what a load of colloqs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Tonight I did up some roast pumpkin, with sliced chicken breast marinated in peanut and coconut sauce, before being fried and placed on a bed of fresh crunchy beansprouts, served with some corn on the cob and green beans.




    Tasty, easily found in any Tops.






    Ready to roast. I add a minced red chili to add a bit of kick to the meal. As a homosexual I deseed it first.


    Don't forget to itch your eye just after deseeding it.






    Light. Tasty. Easy peasy Luigi.
    The green on your plate are called pea's in there pod, not greenbeans OK.
    As there not a bean there pea.
    In some Western quarters they might be referred to as "snow peas" [Chinese origin] or a similar variety, yes.....?? Or not...?

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    RS you are right with snow peas .
    But there not green beens.

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    Green beans, or mange tout. But not peas in pods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat View Post
    Green beans, or mange tout.
    Yup, colloquiaisms can get the untraveled and uneducated all hot under the nutsack.... Not you Ratchaburi, my green beans drive one of the Lulutards even more bonkers than it already is.

    Nice peppers and onion skewers tonight.
    Last edited by Luigi; 19-10-2016 at 11:04 PM.

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    10 minutes in the oven wrapped in foil.

    burned on a pan.



    Nice n sloppy.

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    Nice n light.

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    Red me now Mao. What happened to the cherry pie and ice cream you are having for desert? That was the post with the same picture on the dinner thread was it not?

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    Cherry Pie is in the freezer. Ice cream is in the 7.


    Silly old drunkard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    Cherry Pie is in the freezer. Ice cream is in the 7.
    I promise I won't tell the pigs where Cherry is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post




    Nice n light.
    See possible Siamese Pussy PIE to rival the

    Anonymouse
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    Eat too mutt...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
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    Tasty, easily found in any Tops.
    We'll have to give that sauce a try.

    Nice price also.

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    Yeah, they have 4 or so different ones.

    That one (for chicken) and the lemongrass one (for fish) are the best.

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    ^Have to admit, you do some good cooking threads for an Irish boyo who was raised roasting spuds over a peat fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    roasting spuds over a peat fire.
    Oh the memories.


    Got the spuds (and the ribs) in the oven at the moment.

    Not quite Light and Easy diet food, but you know, diversity is the life of spice.

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