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    MrsKW cooks up a storm, well, dinner.

    Which is unusual, she doesnt normally cook, and she often says she cannot. But she has been inspired by the cooking threads here on TD, (and our maid has been away for 2 weeks ill)

    Start with some ingredients.



    dried prawns and fresh green beans



    Anchovies, tomatoes and sprouts.



    some chicken and more chicken


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    chop up some chillies and garlic.


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    The tomato look good.
    I drive 20k home at lunch time to eat my girl friend cooking.
    She is a very good cook but now & then she is Kickiet


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    smash the garlic.



    add them to a pan (I love the smell of chilli and garlic cooking!)

    Last edited by kingwilly; 23-02-2010 at 10:39 AM. Reason: BTW - that's salt in the jar, not coffee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    The tomato look good.
    it was, I got in trouble for eating some of it.

    *wasnt enough chopped up anyway!*

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    mix up some sauces,

    kecip manis, tomato sauce and oyster sauce. (for the chicken wings)




    after browning the chicken add the sauce mixture.



    simmer for about 15 minutes.


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    in the other pan add the minced chicken to the garlic and butter. add some chillies. (there was supposed to be some onion too, but i'd eaten it all the night before)



    afterwards add all the green beans.

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    I then got chased out of the kitchen for being a nuisance, so I didnt see the secret tomato and sprouts recipe.

    but it looked good on the table.



    add krupok. and serve with rice ! yummy!


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    No wonder you are a fat bastard. Just one dish would suffice whilst I'm on my current diet......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock
    No wonder you are a fat bastard. Just one dish would suffice whilst I'm on my current diet......
    I'm well aware of that theory.

    Did I mention she cooked double, so it's also today's lunch.

    And that I have a cooked breakfast each morning too ?

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    nice looking meal there KW.

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    Well done to Mrs KW and pass on this green for her.

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    Actually i've lost 5kg on my new diet, cut down the big lunches and tried to eat less in the evenings. Still drink copious amounts of beer, but only when theres a reason too, Like Friday Saturday and Sunday of the Bangkok Tens.

    .......and we won a trophy!!

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    ^ Did you play or only a spectator/ sideline critic?

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    Nice meal
    In 1/2 hour I will go for lunch I will see & send some pix.

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    I played in all games, the final 3 games I played 100% but I only had a half game in the tournament opener. We beat the British Club with a last minute try in the Bowl Final.

    Thaipom was there to see, don't know if he toddled away from the bar to watch my games however.

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    ^ Well done mate.

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    Actually, I should have said we retained the trophy because we won it last year as well.

    I played 100% of all games last year.

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    I would love to get out and have a go but fear the old body would not take the stress.

    Fair play to you and enjoy it while you still can and most importantly remain competitive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock View Post
    I played in all games, the final 3 games I played 100% but I only had a half game in the tournament opener. We beat the British Club with a last minute try in the Bowl Final.

    Thaipom was there to see, don't know if he toddled away from the bar to watch my games however.

    fair effort, any pics mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    Start with some ingredients.
    Mate, do Indons use as much/many ikan bilis as the Malays do here?


    Nice looking food . . . was going to skip lunch but will now head to the Indian place downstairs

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat
    Mate, do Indons use as much/many ikan bilis as the Malays do here?
    as in loads, yep, pretty much, I think Malays stole most of the cooking recipes from Indonesia too!

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    (And aren't Indons ethnic Malays? Na na na na na)

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    and to think that I just gave you a repo on the other thread 5 seconds ago, so cannot retaliate now! grrrrrrr.

    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat
    (And aren't Indons ethnic Malays? Na na na na na)
    other way around smartie pants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    Thaipom was there to see, don't know if he toddled away from the bar to watch my games however.
    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    fair effort, any pics mate?
    What of Thaipom propping up the bar?

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