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    Surf & Turf

    Well, since Dr.Bop does'nt believe that most orthodox Churches are build as a square and have a lot of jewish resemblens, and since I can't get Macha to convert to a atheist ...let me try my luck with convincing your taste buds here on Teak Door.
    Macha....you are also invited...NO Pork

    Tomorrows it's my wifes birthday, so decided to make her/us Surf and Turf. Shrimps with Beef Filet.
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    Here I got some frozen shrimps, that I took out the freezer today, so they can thaw nice and slow in the fridge. This will ensure the best quality and texture of the shrimps.

    Oooops have to go shopping...I will be right back...forgot something
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    O.K. Folks I'am back from shopping in the city. All that stress got me thirsty so I thought I pour myself a nice Weizen Bier from one of the best Breweries in the world (at least I think so). Prost ! Chok-Dee ! and Cheers !


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    So let's continue with the ingredients. The thing that I forgot was fresh parsley. Things like that I always buy at a turkish vegetable store because it's fresh.







    another good thing about this store is that you can buy small amounts

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    I would hate to think what you have to pay for prawns in Germany.

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    .....you can't leave a turkish shop without buying a fresh pita bread. When I got home I ate some with goat chesse, tomatos, and cucumber ..hmmmmm



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    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock View Post
    I would hate to think what you have to pay for prawns in Germany.
    Actually the price isn't that bad MeMock, 900gr € 10.

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    Back to the main ingredients. Here I got a nice Brazilian Beef Filet.









    like I mentioned earlier, let it thaw nice and slowly in the fridge overnight.



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    need a refill...


    O.K. that's better




    I guess now we can continue.

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    another bladdy drip feed pic thread,

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    If you can't say anything nice, don't say.........

    Keep going Mr German,I think it is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock
    Keep going Mr German,I think it is great.
    yep, have another beer post another pic of said beer.

    i think this is a first, watching meat thaw on td.....

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    Fresh beans








    There is still one ingredient missing. I will get it tomorrow morning...fresh... from France.

    I will now prepare my famous HtG Garlic Butter. I will prepare as much as possible today so I can sabai, sabai as much as possible with my wife tomorrow.



    Now let's see what do we have here. A Pok-Pok from Thailand, Dried Peeper Seeds from Thailand (from our last trip), Salt, Garlic, and the other thing I have to look up in the Leo English-Deutsch dictionary.
    It's a herp called rosemary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock
    Keep going Mr German,I think it is great.
    yep, have another beer post another pic of said beer.

    i think this is a first, watching meat thaw on td.....

    That Avatar of yours....you could'nt have picked a better one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    Actually the price isn't that bad MeMock, 900gr € 10.
    Yeah, they've got amazing deals in the Aldi Frozen Food section.

    This is starting to look interesting!

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    Wouldn't mind a Paulaner right now. Lets hope you don't drink too much, and the food turns out OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiff View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    Actually the price isn't that bad MeMock, 900gr 10.
    Yeah, they've got amazing deals in the Aldi Frozen Food section.

    This is starting to look interesting!
    3.8 Euro /kg (180 Baht) at the Rawai Sea Gypsies today - big buggers and still alive !!
    Just an aside as the beef here is probably 4 times the price of the same in Germany !

    Keep going - I'm gonna try it anyway ! ( Please send beer)

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiff View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    Actually the price isn't that bad MeMock, 900gr 10.
    Yeah, they've got amazing deals in the Aldi Frozen Food section.

    This is starting to look interesting!
    The one's at Aldi are'nt that big! Try Metro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Wouldn't mind a Paulaner right now. Lets hope you don't drink too much, and the food turns out OK.
    For tonight I can't guarantee....but thank God I don't have to cook until tomorrow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happyman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by spiff View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    Actually the price isn't that bad MeMock, 900gr 10.
    Yeah, they've got amazing deals in the Aldi Frozen Food section.

    This is starting to look interesting!
    3.8 Euro /kg (180 Baht) at the Rawai Sea Gypsies today - big buggers and still alive !!
    Just an aside as the beef here is probably 4 times the price of the same in Germany !

    Keep going - I'm gonna try it anyway ! ( Please send beer)

    The Brazil Filet cost normaly 30 kilo. I got it for 20 kilo. After X-Mas left over sale.

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    Pok pok the peeper !







    Pok pok the rosmary !



    How to chop up the garlic does'nt need to be explained..I hope. So now we all the ingredients together to make a garlic butter a-la HtG.




    mush it up with a fork





    I know.. the picture doesn't look that good

    Volair ! (or whatever that french word is)




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    now be honest folks... who can't resist dipping that pita bread into that garlic butter




    Before ending the day, we still have to prepare some things for tomorrow. Let's clean and cut the beans.
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    sprinkel it with a little water befor putting it in the fridge


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    Wink

    For all the folks who stayed with me until the bitter end....I'am going to throw a round. Underneath my Kitchen kabinet a have a little treat. The guy with that funny avatar better sign off now




    You guys probably all know those herps and spices that they sell in Thai and that you have to mix with some alcohol. Its suppose to be good for your health, and heart, and big one, and cancer, and aids, and.......It's a bag with roots and twigs and wood and who knows what. I bought a bag of it and mixed it with some schnaps 5 days ago (home made schnaps that is..made of pears).




    so here it is folks...cheers




    it does taste a bit like medicine...
    my wife said they said its good for your menstruation
    ...ohhh God






    I need another Hefe Weizen (sorry no pic for that)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    There is still one ingredient missing. I will get it tomorrow morning...fresh... from France.
    you are going to France today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    There is still one ingredient missing. I will get it tomorrow morning...fresh... from France.
    you are going to France today?
    Well.....almost. France is about 17 km from where I live.

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