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    Right - off to make some Thai Lump-of-Bread-as

    Will be back soon. Maybe.

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    ^^Yay!

    Your three gags about another poster all done!

    Great!

    That'll leave you ample time to...what else is it you do?

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    Sid and Nid win, a virtual pie is on it's way to you.

    Vietnamese prawn crackers

    Thai sticky rice

    Pulled soy pork

    A delicately placed coriander leaf.


    Note to oneself - Place a slab of bread over the next Tapa dish

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    I see the TD Tapatistas are out in force.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    http://teakdoor.com/travel-the-world...ing-teide.html (Tackling Teide)

    You back in sheep shagging land yet Punty? Who's looking after the Siberian Husky while your away?
    The Big Issue pitch at Aldi is slow this month, you picked a crap time to come back..
    Well pardon me for making the distinction between Tapas and shit+rice on a prawn cracker

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    You're forgetting what a difference mayo makes in that pestle and mortar.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    ^^Yay!

    what else is it you do?
    Well i don't bore forums to sleep and teach English for 30,000baht a month.

    Post up a thread Sybil, you boring cvnt..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrewedPunter View Post
    Well pardon me for making the distinction between Tapas and shit+rice on a prawn cracker
    You didn't make any distinction.

    In fact you'd struggle between distinguishing a sheeps arse from a Siberian Husky.

    Tbf the sheeps arse will be a lot kinder on your wallet

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    ooohhh what's in here?
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    Russian Salad?

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    Hmmm
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    TD Tapatistas CSI... go ....
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    Fvcking 'ell Sid, I'm gonna have to up my game now.

    Looks damn reasonable, got anymore on the go?

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    Had a bit of steak to use up. Beef pad prik daeng (yes there are some tua tucked away in there but hidden - see below) wrapped in the traditions thai garnish of cucumber and carrot. Very nice they were too. I'm liking this. When I get the next batch of moo glop on the go, I'll be moving up a gear....

    "It's a small place so don't tell porkies"

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    Crispy beef string with dried crunchy seaweed sitting atop a king prawn on a prawn cracker...

    TD Tapatistas


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