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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii
    King Crab, lovely, I'l get you some snaps next time I go down there,
    WTF !!!!!!!!!! Sab with respect I think that,s material for another thread

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    Its called king crab, but nothing like the size Ive saw on Deadliest Catch, what they get in the Bering Sea

    Now thats a king crab, but saying that Im full off one of them pulled out the Gulf of Pattaya.

    You still want a thread now Nige

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    Here we are ST tonight,s lovely nosh . We have on the table tonight ,,, chicken livers in garlic , ginger, onions , chilli paste................steamed rice ......... fried eggs with homemade fresh tomatoe sauce ( home grown ) ......... stir fried ,, chinese cabbage, carrots, dried mushroom,s, homegrown mini sweetcorn,,

    Immm mak mak ! but just enuf room for some fresh melon + icecream

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    What sweetcorn?

    Is that a glass of homemade sweetcorn juice ?

    I reckon that might work, I like corn soup

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan
    chicken livers
    Why ? You are in England, why not the breast ?

    ahh I see and a fine Chianti hey ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii
    Why ? You are in England, why not the breast ?
    When I walk I tend to squeak a bit Sab ,,,,, ie chicken livers [at] 46p are a tad cheaper that chicken breasts [at] 3.78p kao jai mai ?

    We do push the boat out at xmas though ,, we have chicken livers + some breast meat

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii
    What sweetcorn? Is that a glass of homemade sweetcorn juice ?
    The sweetcorn in question mate is mini sweetcorn ,, I have grown some this year delicious !


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    Didn't see this thread before now, tonight's dinner was a jacket spud with cheesy coleslaw followed by a bowl of fruit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke
    Didn't see this thread before now, tonight's dinner was a jacket spud with cheesy coleslaw followed by a bowl of fruit.
    Dont forget the weights on the corner,s of the duvet tonight Jizz

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    Indian curry from villa n fresh fruit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii
    but saying that Im full off one of them pulled out the Gulf of Pattaya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawlins View Post
    This is what I had tonight... Pickled onions Isaan style.

    Spring onions soaked in some oil and coconut water. Followed by a mouthful of M & Ms.

    [IMG][/IMG]


    I'm sure it was probably tasty. looks a little like seaweed to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    Here we are ST tonight,s lovely nosh . We have on the table tonight ,,, chicken livers in garlic , ginger, onions , chilli paste................steamed rice ......... fried eggs with homemade fresh tomatoe sauce ( home grown ) ......... stir fried ,, chinese cabbage, carrots, dried mushroom,s, homegrown mini sweetcorn,,

    Immm mak mak ! but just enuf room for some fresh melon + icecream


    that's what I call a home cooked family meal. looking good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke View Post
    Didn't see this thread before now, tonight's dinner was a jacket spud with cheesy coleslaw followed by a bowl of fruit.
    sounds tasty jizzy.... potatoes are a good part of any meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smug Farang Bore View Post
    Indian curry from villa n fresh fruit.
    I've never really acquired a hankering for Indian curry but would give it a try if there was something to wash it down with. Fresh fruit is always nice. Can eat that all day long.

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    This is what I had for dinner last evening, Wednesday, 14 Sep 2011. First, just a little background and the way I like to make my Philly Cheese Steak.

    Philly Cheese Steak: Being from Pennsylvania, home of the Philly Cheese Steak,I’ve become very critical of attempts to simulate the Philly Cheese Steak. There are many impostors out there so one has to be careful. Or maybe I’m just being to critical. Oh, what the heck, I like Philly Cheese Steaks and this is how I make mine.

    - Thinly sliced (about a millimeter think) rib eye steak. About 5 slices will do the trick. It can be bought sliced and then frozen for when every you need it.
    - 1 onion sliced. Don’t chop up onion into little pieces.
    - fresh sub roll.
    - slice of cheese
    - tomato
    - lettuce
    - dried crushed red pepper
    - dried Italian seasoning
    - black pepper
    - garlic salt
    - spicy tomato catchup
    - if there is something else that is appealing to you have it handy and add as desired.


    I place a little garlic salt in the bottom of an ungreased frying pan to season the frying pan as well as the meat. Add the sliced onions and beef rib eye slices. Mix the onions and meat while frying over medium low heat. Do not over fry as the meat will get dried out.




    Place a slice of cheese over top of the almost completely fried slices of rib eye & onion mix. You can turn the heat off at this time and the residual heat will allow the cheese to melt into the meat and onion mix. Note that i only have cheese on 1/2 of the meat mix and that is because Mrs ST doesn't care for cheese so she is not having a Philly "Cheese" Steak..... she only gets a Philly Steak!!!!!!




    Prepare the roll. I like to put my sliced roll in the toaster oven for about 1 min just so it is slight crusty on the outside but still soft in the middle.




    Add thinly sliced tomato and chopped lettuce into the toasted roll.



    Put a couple shakes of the dried crushed red pepper in the onion/meat mix that is now topped with melting cheese then place a generous portion of the meat mix from the frying pan into the toasted sub roll. Spice with the dried Italian Spices when in the roll.




    Put some of the spicy tomato catchup on top and your good to go.





    Best eaten while meat is still warm and with either french fries (chips) or potato chips.
    "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff....and it is all small stuff"

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    Damn that looks good SEA!! Another winner!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Damn that looks good SEA!! Another winner!!
    the fact that it is made to one's individual taste allows it to be that much better. In my case, if any one of the ingredients is taken out, in my book, it just isn't the same Philly Cheese Steak.

    thanks for the complement.

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    I will go with this one over the weekend. My lady will like this. A one pan dish with little to cleanup afterwards.

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    Oh dear ST wished I hadnt looked at this just now ,,,, we had a bit of a pathetic steamed fish + veg tonight ,, no pics I would be ashamed of it as it was a bit of a clear the old stuff tonight ,,,and I am still hungry ,, and just looking at the above hasnt helped ,, mind you its given me an idea for next Sat night .



    Quote Originally Posted by SEA Traveler
    if there is something else that is appealing to you have it handy and add as desired.

    On the surface that sounds a good idea ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, however having a nice young lady from Trat that I once knew beside me in the kitchen could cause friction , to say the least .


    Jokin ,,,,,,,,,thanks for taking the time to post yet another winner !

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    Hot to "TRAT".... not a bad idea.

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    If I wasn't hetrosexual I'd probably shag this..


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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    If I wasn't hetrosexual I'd probably shag this..



    Least I can do for you STS is provide some inviting food photo pics seeing that you have provided all the fine entertainment you have provided in past posts. Enjoy!

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    No pics of last evenings dinner, but here is a picture of the late dessert I made for myself.

    Chocolate butter cake topped with chocolate ice cream and 2 sliced bananas. Wow did that hit the spot. I slept well last night.




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    ^ heart attack food but looks good.

    I am having home style MK tonight - had it last night also but we had loads left over so it is on the menu tonight.

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