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    ^ ageed a great job of browing the pork. Many photos on this thread make it look as the meat has been boiled or steamed. Get that sear on, and turn down the heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    As I have cut right down on my evening alcohol intake I am waking up fresher and a little hungry.

    4 x 3 minute boiled eggs with full grain toast is surprising good and adequate for me.

    Just started that regime also. Need to cut down. last night was hard but so much better today. .... where can I get egg cups in Pattaya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toslti View Post
    Just started that regime also. Need to cut down. last night was hard but so much better today. .... where can I get egg cups in Pattaya?

    Get some of that light blue PVC piping and cut a few rounds off, and use that.


    Seriously though, foodland pattaya klang? That little kitchen stuff shop next door sell them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrewedPunter View Post
    Not a fan of tinned tomatoes.. most pointless ingredient ever. its just watery mess in a tin.

    ... THEY WERE ON YOUR PLATE... THAT WAS YOUR PICTURE....



    ANT you daft cvnt.... it was Punty's breakfast... reciprocal red coming your way as soon as I reload... of course...

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    ^In the kind of greasy cafes he frequents back in Rhyl Scouseland tinned tomatoes are a delicacy

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    A tin or two of tinned tomatoes adds bulk and flavour to any self respecting bolognelse.

    They haven't heard of Bolognese in Wales, only the Taffies who have travelled as far as Liverpool are considered cultured enough to comment on tinned tomatoes.

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    Pat you dopey silly cvnt do you even know where Rhyl is.


    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat View Post
    ^In the kind of greasy cafes he frequents back in Rhyl Scouseland tinned tomatoes are a delicacy

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    Technically Rhyl is Liverpool on Sea

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    Nowt wrong with tinned tomatoes, I drink em out the can

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    The beaches at and around Ryhl ain't too bad but the town itself is a total shithole, makes Crewe look upmarket.

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    Looks better than a lot of other resort towns in the UK



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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat View Post
    Looks better than a lot of other resort towns in the UK
    Trust me it's a shithole, high unemployment, high crime with druggies and alcoholics all over the place. The sea front is all it has going for it.

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    Multi cultural





    Better looking breakfasts than the slop served up by Albanians and Turks in north London
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    A tin or two of tinned tomatoes adds bulk and flavour to any self respecting bolognelse.

    They haven't heard of Bolognese in Wales, only the Taffies who have travelled as far as Liverpool are considered cultured enough to comment on tinned tomatoes.
    Oddly enough there are many familys in Wales which have Italian roots. During the last war a lot were interned there and mixed with the local people. Bracchi cafes and Carpanini ice cream are evidence of this. I still remember the first time I went into a bracchi in Aberdare..., the huge coffee machine with the Eagle soaring above it and the steamed up windows.

    https://munchies.vice.com/en_uk/arti...c-italian-food

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    Considering Punty ate some random shit on his most recent sex tour, I must say, comparatively he ate better and more healthier on his hols.

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    How hard is it to get something so simple wrong in Thailand, it either comes out of the restaurant kitchen raw or you have to wait 60 minutes till it's boiled to death.

    Don't Thais know about the three minute rule?

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    ^Oh My Cod still managed to mess it up by bringing me two 1min eggs. Sent them back and when they returned I could see they had somehow balanced my open eggs in the boiling water again. Lower parts of the egg overdone and the top area raw. Toast had arrived 5 mins before, underdone, rock hard and butter portions cold and unspreadable.

    Chris was sat there on his fat arse playing on his laptop and deliberately remained olivious to it, so I abandoned everything, paid for my tea and left.

    It was the next visit when I actually walked off without paying for anything after they fucked up another meal. I was a regular too. That was the final straw.

    That was the famous ''runner'' I did. More like a stroll really, was with my cousin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toslti View Post
    Oddly enough there are many familys in Wales which have Italian roots. During the last war a lot were interned there and mixed with the local people. Bracchi cafes and Carpanini ice cream are evidence of this. I still remember the first time I went into a bracchi in Aberdare..., the huge coffee machine with the Eagle soaring above it and the steamed up windows.
    Yeah, it's interesting that so many natives of one Northern Italian town decided to settle in Wales. As Brummie kids we holidayed regularly in Wales and no trip was complete without a visit to Gino's cafe in Cardigan. There's boxing great Joe Calzaghe too, of course.

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    A British culinary classic for breakfast today.



    The wonder of this dish is that its versatility means it tastes just as good for breakfast, lunch, dinner or after 10 pints at 2am. Topped off with English cheddar and a dash of HP it's yet more proof why we from the foggy isles have the best breakfast options known to man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    How hard is it to get something so simple wrong in Thailand, it either comes out of the restaurant kitchen raw or you have to wait 60 minutes till it's boiled to death.

    Don't Thais know about the three minute rule?

    Another British breakfast classic, CCC, but 3 minutes for an egg?!?!?! You weren't listening to Edwina Currie, were you?

    Btw, how many fucking eggs have you got there?!?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrewedPunter View Post
    Oh yes, SP. The money shot.

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