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    Some great looking food on here.

    Well done to everyone.

    Headworx's roast chicken looks particularly good.

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    ^ Yeah, the lad's a champion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Headworx's roast chicken looks particularly good.
    Who doesn't like a Roast Chicken dinner?. Bloody beautiful they are.

    Got to wonder about cooking them at home though when living in a town like this, below is today's special at the Robin Hood. 199 Baht, their hand-cut chips with gravy are worth that alone!.


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    Must get down there soon to try their food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Got to wonder about cooking them at home though
    ...this notion has just about killed off my kitchen adventures: excellent Italian, Japanese and Thai cuisines are available at (imo) affordable prices and no washing up required...about the only preparation I'm willing to undertake now is a sandwich with superior multi-grain bread from Paul...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    I'm willing to undertake now is a sandwich with superior multi-grain bread from Paul...
    The Manwich thread could use a little "queer eye for the straight guy" influence.

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    ...^I'm on it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Parma Pasta Parmesan with Peppered Pork Loin..



    last night a traditional Bolognese with garlic bread and Parmesan cheese...


    Dolmio or Homepride?

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    Looks more like a Tesco's own.










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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Looks more like a Tesco's own.
    I think the pepper on the pork was his own though.

    Love the "traditional" bolognese quote in the OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Some great looking food on here.

    Well done to everyone.
    Yeah, um, ok, I'm sure they'll all be made up with the comments of a dyed-haired Ozzie geriatric in Pattaya.

    You do make marginally more sense as a sober member of our species though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Looks more like a Tesco's own.
    Looks like Tesco's fish tacos might be tasty...

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/uknews...-anglia-store/

    Teen girl 'in tears' as she and 35-year-old fresh-produce manager were escorted off the premises.

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    ^Heh, it's hard to beat a nice fish taco .

    Speaking of which, here's what you get when you order them at Tigglebitties in Pattaya. Very very nice!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Dolmio or Homepride?
    Word reaches me that I forgot to mention the 3.99 bottle of Aldi plonk that accompanied the Dolmio on this wintry evening. I'm sorry for this oversight, Chittiano.

    Once again, let's hear it for Dolmio! CCC Italiano- only found in selected stores!

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    Misc. Mech. Amother red on order?
    French railroad in Laos, 4000 isl area. Don Det, ect. The msg along with the red from my guy. Putting spam in the dinner thread. Why the nerve.
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    #Aroi

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    ...why are you displaying the maid's flatware?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Word reaches me that I forgot to mention the 3.99 bottle of Aldi plonk that accompanied the Dolmio on this wintry evening. I'm sorry for this oversight, Chittiano.

    Once again, let's hear it for Dolmio! CCC Italiano- only found in selected stores!
    Made from the finest quality tomatoes and grapes from Seville, no doubt you'll experience Seville's quality next week and go all quite again

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    Traditional
    Spatchcock Piri piri chicken
    Basted for extra succulence & finished with spices for a delicious crispy skin








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    ^ Looks good enough to eat, Jack.



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    ^^...yum!...

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    #NoodleFriday

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    Looks nice, is it Ramen spunty?

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    Chilli on Baked spuds today





    Traditional of course
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