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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Agree, blue cheese makes a great dip. Here is something I often made. Not anymore can't find the clams in the sticks.
    Clam dip ..... yummy...

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    ^You got half a Key, sorry half a Kilogram (happy now Nev?) of the Salmon trim from Siambury's too?. Hope you did, it's bloody lovely and goes perfectly with any cheese. Or on scrambled eggs

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    ^ yep....I was going to open it up tonight but we're out of ziplock bags and don't really have anything to else to put it in.

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    "out of ziplock bags"

    Story of my life. Always when you need one ASAP. No one bothers to say oh btw I used the last bag.

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    What, no Tupperware.

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    If it's a creamy blue cheese, you could make pear and blue cheese ravioli...very tasty. Can't be bothered making ravioli, then try tagliatelle with blue cheese and pear sauce.

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    Get some Triscuit at Villa. Cheese and crackers.

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    Blue cheese as sauce. Crispy fried bacon. And a green veg of some description. Mixed into pasta.

    Nobody will know you're making the best of leftovers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    If it's a creamy blue cheese, you could make pear and blue cheese ravioli...very tasty. Can't be bothered making ravioli, then try tagliatelle with blue cheese and pear sauce.
    Troy, good combo but i suspect Toppers problem with the recipe will be the Pears. They only seem to have those Korean "Snow" pears in Thailand and imho they don't taste like pears as i know them.

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    ^ Good point. I was wondering about that too when I wrote the post but it is a great combination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    "out of ziplock bags"

    Story of my life.
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    What, no Tupperware.
    At least he's quit trucking.

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    ^ Maybe now I'll be able to hit the Tupperware party circuit again...

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    Blue cheese goes very well with avocados and wasabi you can try that. I don't have a picture but I made that it was very yummy.

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    I'm definitely going to do a blue cheese and mushroom burger and that steak looks yummy too, thanks.

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    Took a while getting back Topper...So what does it taste like just biting into it and scoffing it, until you've only got enough for a burger left? you greedy bastard

    Is this what you had? And is that emborg label legit?


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    Monday I had it on cheese and crackers with some smoked tuna along with some cool, refreshing barley based beverages.

    I give the cheese 8/10 and the salmon 7/10 as it seemed to be mostly trimmings. I can't wait to melt some over some dead cow.

    It looks the same as above, but was packaged in a Siambury package. No original brand name was visible.

    Tonight will be a nice healthy salad with the dressing I made. Nothing healthy than blue cheese dressing!
    "I was a good student. I comprehend very well, OK, better than I think almost anybody," - President Trump comparing his legal knowledge to a Federal judge.

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    ^The salmon trim is, as the name suggests, trimmings. You're not going to get whole sides of smoked salmon @ 200 Baht per half kilo . I really like it, so many things you can do with it but draped over scrambled eggs or on crackers with cheese are two faves. A tip for Siambury's shoppers is get a few bags of Buffalo wings while you're there, back right freezer and something ridiculous like 80 Baht per dozen. Tried 1 bag last weekend, went back and stocked up before word gets out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Tried 1 bag last weekend, went back and stocked up before word gets out
    Some guy was looking in a freezer on the right today all perplexed. I hear mai mee and wondered what it could be

    Theyve stuck your salmon up to 219 baht now, but have cheesey Wotsits

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    ^I'll whack a bag of them in the oven sometime this weekend and post a pic, they're quite spicy and fantastic finger food while watching sports . Was making my own using McCormicks Buffalo Wing Seasoning til now, these are way better.

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