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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Same same innit.
    Been a long time since I had one so wanted to try again, Last time in Thailand I boiled them and didn't like them.
    Fried it and it tasted good, white had more taste and yolk is much richer/tastier than hen egg.
    Supposed to be much better for cooking cakes ( have to ask Lulu about that) etc.

    I would defo try again probably an omelette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Difficult to quack.
    *Boom tish!*

    Well, that's left you with egg on your fac... No, just no, I fucking can't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    What are duck eggs like? Never tried one before.

    My immediate reaction was ‘ewww!’ (to the egg) but then I suppose there’s fuck all difference
    between that and eating chicken eggs? Same same innit.
    Sort of.

    I got slipped a Duck Egg in some Thai Food once.

    When I first tasted it, thought it was an 'off' chicken egg as the taste was similar.

    The duck egg sort of tastes 'stronger', for want a better definition.

    Described well below ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    white had more taste and yolk is much richer/tastier than hen egg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Been a long time since I had one so wanted to try again, Last time in Thailand I boiled them and didn't like them.
    Fried it and it tasted good, white had more taste and yolk is much richer/tastier than hen egg.
    Supposed to be much better for cooking cakes ( have to ask Lulu about that) etc.

    I would defo try again probably an omelette
    Goodo cheers.

    Not a fan of eating duck itself but will have to give one a quack myself... Shit! Damn you Cyrille!

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    I started of with 2 duck eggs

    but I mislaid one.




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    Oy! You can fuck off with the shite puns and all!

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    Today's breakfast.... Near the Ratchatewi BTS stop - 190B

    Very good and well worth the money. Cafe Lapin

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    Savory mince on toast this morning
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    1/2 papaya,1 dragonfruit if available or some other Thai fruit and three cups of coffee.

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    When in Holland a piece of Leiden cheese and a haring and three cups of coffee.

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    Savoury mince on toast again (I love it).
    Presentation Level: Pattaya Plies


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    Is it just me, or do you use a LOT of pepper?

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    ^Not generally, but on eggs it's normally heavy. Dunno why, I just like peppery eggs!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx
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    Not quite... you need to change the filter or exposure or something.

    You've not achieved the same washed-out/bland color saturation and focus on the disgusting oliy bits.

    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx
    Dunno why, I just like peppery eggs!.
    Ditto. I cover those fuckers in the stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Not quite... you need to change the filter or exposure or something.

    You've not achieved the same washed-out/bland color saturation and focus on the disgusting oliy bits.
    Good effort with the rogue corn and mince on the edge of the plate, but a smear of grease is also needed.

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    ^The corn was placed there on purpose for visual effect, didn't realize a bit of mince went rogue though (must have fallen off my finger while placing the corn kernel). TD CSI would like to talk to you about a few cold cases.

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    Bye bye jowels.

    Gonna be shittin purple snickers bars for a while

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    ^Easy Health granola bowl for breakfast, Robin Hood haddock and chips for lunch. Go on, you know you want to

    BTW, those breakfasts are excellent.

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    I figured I'd whip us up something fairly light for breakfast.
    Scrambled eggs- just enough butter to brown the minced garlic, add a little diced green onion, then the eggs.

    Beforehand in a separate pan frying the hash browns. Add a blueberry bagle with cream cheese spread, some pineapple and cantaloupe slices and your done. Just a half glass of OJ is all you need to wash it all down.

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    The girlfriend gave me her eggs. She said they were too plain. I said I salt and peppered them and then I realized I hadn't added the fish sauce. Duh.

    Reminds me of years ago when I told her I hated fish sauce. She said, but you've been eating it for years.

    Well anyway it didn't taste like......




    the fish?

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    Her turn. Pork noodle soup. I'll call it brunch as I slept late.

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    Croque Monsieur

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    Dillinger, what a ham.

    It looks great. If only Pattayapiles could whip up a decent ham and cheese sandwich on toasted white bread he may be able to bribe his way out of jail.

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    I'm having a small bowl of butter chicken Indian curry with Roti Canae.

    Yes, not your standard western breakfast but a standard in Malaysia.

    The only thing missing is a cup of Tee Taree.

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