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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh
    What about these "salt duck eggs", what are they?
    Sorry mate forgot that one ,,, I do,nt know if its an Issan thing or not ( no doubt someone else will ) the wife gets 6 duck eggs a week , boils up a saline / salt water mixture lets it cool right down then puts the eggs into a large plastic jar we have fills it to the top put the lid on and leaves it for weeks for the salt to permeate ? through the shells into the eggs ,,,,,,, I,m not sure if she cooks the eggs before or after this process,,,,,,,,, I would hard boil an egg and put salt on it ( but I dont tell her that ) no seriously they are delicious ,, allthough the same cannot be said about a by product of this eating experience
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    Thanks, i remember large jars of pickled eggs at the fish and chip shop from years ago, maybe similar.

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    Not exactly for dinner but I did have this pork loin on a freshly baked roll that I purchased from the Ban Chang “Danish Bakery”, with gouda cheese, thinly sliced tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, and spicy mustard. The roll with the sliced pork loin and cheese on it I toasted in the toaster over. The pork loin I seasoned with the ever flavorful “McCormick’s Grill Mates Spicy Montreal Seasoning” and then grilled it on the Bar BQ.

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    Here,s tonight,s dinner I just cooked ,, roast lamb shank with roast potatoes, veg from my garden , carrots, swede , onion, runner beans ,, brocolli ( not from my garden ) + yorshire pudds I just made

    Shown without the gallon of minted thick gravy I like to float it in get in !!!!!!!!


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    Scrumptious looking homemade Yorkshire's as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    Here,s tonight,s dinner I just cooked ,, roast lamb shank with roast potatoes, veg from my garden , carrots, swede , onion, runner beans ,, brocolli ( not from my garden ) + yorshire pudds I just made

    Shown without the gallon of minted thick gravy I like to float it in get in !!!!!!!!

    I didn't hear the dinner bell ringing otherwise i would have been there.... looks good.

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    2 November 2011:

    Today's lunch was plain but totally satisfying. At Villa SEA Traveler I cooked up a pork burger with two slices of sweet Spanish onions, sliced tomatoes, pickles topped with spicy mustard, catchup, and mayo on an over sized seeded roll from the local Danish Bakery.









    and as if that wasn’t enough, I made some garlic mashed potatoes with mushroom gravy. this is what I would call a man’s lunch. You know, something that sticks to the ribs.



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    ^ A nice midday lunch mate , think if I eat that I would give dinner a miss tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    ^ A nice midday lunch mate , think if I eat that I would give dinner a miss tonight
    I took a 45 min swim to work off some of the calorie intake and as you say, probably no dinner this evening.

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    Tonight,s delights ,, a scrumptious Tom kaa gai with a plate of laab moo to follow ,,, just the thing to warm the cockles of your heart on a cold November night ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,only problem is it,s been 18 degrees today here !


    This was followed by a delicious banana fritter ,,,,, trouble is it was so del it was gone before I got me camera out

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    Looks great! And so does your lamb dinner. Yummy. I have a bad cold now so I can't smell or taste anything, but my appetite is still going.

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    You're making my mouth water there nigelandjan.

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    Well I can,t take any credit for this one OO as it,s all Jan,s work, bless her she tries so hard to give me lovely meals each day , love her so much.

    Sorry to hear about the cold Natt ,, I think you will be blaming your hubby for that one ,, were both very lucky we seemed to have escaped his cold , pity your not here this weekend as I am doing the roast lamb meal ,, with upside down pineapple pudding complete with homemade vanilla custard

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    Looking good n&j, more cooks in the kitchen the better in this case.

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    Tonight,s welcoming meal Kao Soi Gai , my God this was delicious thanks Jan


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    Is your missus from the North Nigel?

    Kao Soi is up there as one of my fave Northern Thai dishes. Quite difficult to get in Bangkok.
    The best up North for me has to be Gaeng Hung Lae though (excuse the spelling as usual).

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    i cooked chips, cheese, bacon and beans... was shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon
    Is your missus from the North Nigel?
    No mate she,a an Issan gal from a little village out in a north east direction from Udon Thani , past Ban Dung out past the salt fields

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    ^ Just having a guess she was from the North 'cos of the Kao Soi.

    Also nice to see you are mans man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon
    Is your missus from the North Nigel?
    Thailand Nige, not North of Watford

    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan
    No mate she,a an Issan gal from a little village out in a north east

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    WOW!

    That is a proper dinner; doesn't get much better than that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    That is a proper dinner; doesn't get much better than that...
    Well thanks for that comment Betty actually for my part it did get better as I swamped it with gravy ,, I do like a good bit of the old brown windsor on me plate , but I thought for the sake of the pic I would picture it before I emptied the gravy boat on it

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    nice job on plating it as well.

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    Went for comida mexicana and had a go at albondigas.

    some carrots


    some celery


    some onion


    some mint, some parsley, some coriander, an egg, some rice, a tin of tomato paste


    some pork mince


    the albondigas


    dinner's ready!
    Pues, aquí estamos.

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    Looks nice, happy.

    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan
    Kao Soi Gai
    Kao soi is my absolute favourite Thai dish, but as someone said, it's hard to find in BKK. Laab gai is my second favourite.

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