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    What I like about Thailand is that there's no fixed food for any meal seemingly. Today had Pad Krapow Pla Kapong (delicious believe it or not) and for the last few days have been mixing it up between avocado on toast and home made chicken liver pate on toast. Makro had local avo's at about 50 baht for four. Trouble is that they all ripen at once so when theyre ready.....
    Still do like a good fry up one every couple of weeks - must be streaky bacon though.

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    27 October 2011: a simple breakfast of hot chocolate, pomelo, and Danish walnut dark bread by the pool. nice breeze this morning and a good way to start the day.






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    That looks a nice bit of bread toasted there ST ,,,,,,, rather delicious for Thai baking

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    My daughters making a Thai omelet breakfast for us all.
    Next year Pad krapow hopefully.

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    ^
    They're using a metal spatula in a teflon coated pan?

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    ^Can't beat a bit of Teflon in yer brekkie mate.

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    Well spotted there young Pickel, I shall give them a good kicking when they are home from school
    Actually most of the teflon went years ago

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    Lovely photo of your kids peterpan,nothing better than a happy family and especially kids who are being taught as obviously yours are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Tigger
    Lovely photo of your kids peterpan,nothing better than a happy family and especially kids who are being taught as obviously yours are.
    Absolutely. How many months apart are your girls, PP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    Actually most of the teflon went years ago
    And you thought it was pepper.

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    Thay were called "teflon non stick pans" because it didn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan View Post

    My daughters making a Thai omelet breakfast for us all.
    Next year Pad krapow hopefully.
    so PP, I know what is in a Western Omelet, a Spanish Omelet, a ham and cheese omelet..... what's in a Thai Omelet?????

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    ^Just eggs and a gallon of oil.



    And it should be served cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    ^Just eggs and a gallon of oil.



    And it should be served cold.
    tells me you've eaten at a Thai restaurant before and could be said almost of any type of omelet coming out of a Thai restaurant which is why the bride makes my eggs to order and the way I like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    Just eggs and a gallon of oil.



    And it should be served cold.
    Don't forget too much fish sauce as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel
    Don't forget too much fish sauce as well.
    True.



    Quote Originally Posted by SEA Traveler
    could be said almost of any type of omelet coming out of a Thai restaurant
    Also true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Tigger
    Lovely photo of your kids peterpan,nothing better than a happy family and especially kids who are being taught as obviously yours are.
    Absolutely. How many months apart are your girls, PP?
    2 yrs 3 months apart, but they are both the same height.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel
    Don't forget too much fish sauce as well
    And fucking sugar

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    Lovely pic of your daughters PP ,green sent

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    heres my brekkie from a few days ago

    2 poached eggs,bit of smoked mackerel, a slice of pineaplle, a kiwi, some physalis (sweet, sour columbian fruits on special in sainsburys) and a black costa rican coffee with honey


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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetter
    some physalis (sweet, sour columbian fruits on special in sainsburys)
    I keep looking at them what are they like, nice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetter
    some physalis (sweet, sour columbian fruits on special in sainsburys)
    I keep looking at them what are they like, nice?
    You should never eat columbian fruits that have a name like an STD.
    Next thing you know, the palms of your hands will be itching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetter View Post
    heres my brekkie from a few days ago

    2 poached eggs,bit of smoked mackerel, a slice of pineaplle, a kiwi, some physalis (sweet, sour columbian fruits on special in sainsburys) and a black costa rican coffee with honey

    Blimey mate thats not much to get you throu the day BTW I heard a whisper Sainsbury,s are doing a special offer on side plates next week

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    Coffee with honey?
    Tea, yes, but coffee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetter View Post
    heres my brekkie from a few days ago

    2 poached eggs,bit of smoked mackerel, a slice of pineaplle, a kiwi, some physalis (sweet, sour columbian fruits on special in sainsburys) and a black costa rican coffee with honey

    it's been a while since I had a poached egg. I think I try that one tomorrow morning.... if I can find some eggs that is. smoked mackerel looks good.

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