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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    Show us some Thai restaurants where lamb is served, Jeff.
    Scatman didn't like my question.



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      You certainly don't have a clue regarding anything Thai/Thailand, per usual....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    go easy on Jeff, you know what happened the last time he lost face
    He wound up Hung low with a note in his pocket?



    Just kidding folks, sometimes I just can't help but to grasp the low hanging fruit.




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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    Scatman didn't like my question.



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      You certainly don't have a clue regarding anything Thai/Thailand, per usual....
    This from a guy who asked on this forum how much barfines were in the town where he lives *cough*, and where to buy sex toys in Bangkok. Very connected to all things Thailand is Jeff the Farang sex pest

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    Best Thai lamb dish I ever had was a lamb shank mussaman in a restaurant on the Chao Phraya river near Siriraj.

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    I've also had great lamb meals here in Thai Restaurants and the venison (I know it isn't lamb) I enjoyed on the River Kwai (next to the railway bridge) was the finest I have had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    Best Thai lamb dish I ever had was a lamb shank mussaman in a restaurant on the Chao Phraya river near Siriraj.
    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    I've also had great lamb meals here in Thai Restaurants and the venison (I know it isn't lamb) I enjoyed on the River Kwai (next to the railway bridge) was the finest I have had.
    All good guys but ... you're Westeners.

    When was the last time your better half said ... bugger the chicken/pork/shoe leather beef ... I WANT TO EAT A LAMB ROAST,
    I'm sick of rice and suck on a few Leos down at the Beach so I can improve my suntan?

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    Not sure about dinner (coz I don't cook the fucking thing) but lunch is looking a little bit like this today, and yesterday, and tomorrow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    When was the last time your better half said ... bugger the chicken/pork/shoe leather beef ... I WANT TO EAT A LAMB ROAST,
    Believe it or not David, the answer to that was Monday!. At Macro and Mrs Worx said we haven't had roast lamb in while, so she picked a leg out that we'll cook in the next day or two. She likes the occasional roast lamb pie from Tinnies too, she can only eat half of one but the other half never goes to waste .

    But you're dead right, lamb most definitely is not something Thai's crave or even like in my experience, and it's not common to see it on Thai menus. Because I've cooked it so often at home over the 10+ years we've been together and because we've been to Farang-land together so many times, my Missus slowly developed a taste for it.

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    If your only introduction to lamb was the mutton the southern Thais cook and it does stink then it's easy to see the bad smell and dislike comments from Thais as they don't know the difference between lamb and mutton and what they've taken a dislike to is rancid old sheep which is totally understandable.

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    mine loves lamb and the Aussie Aftershave with it

    and Leo

    and sunbathing

    and suckin my nob


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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    All good guys but ... you're Westeners.

    When I come to Thailand 35 years ago fresh milk. decent beef and particularly lamb was almost impossible to find along with decent beer!

    Good cheese was considered inedible by the Thai's and forget about trying to get a decent hamburger in those days.

    Times have changing and Thais are starting to explore different tastes and loving it.

    My wife has launched a new range of Indian Foods and a few years ago the Thai's would have said..........Ahun Khag,,,,,,,,,,, Mai Aroi. Men!

    Now they are buying up heaps. Just don't tell them what they are eating. They scoff it down like nobodies business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    decent beef and particularly lamb was almost impossible to find
    I've found that there's tons of really good Halal restaurants that have opened in the last few years...you might not get a beer, but the lamb and beef are superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    I've found that there's tons of really good Halal restaurants that have opened in the last few years.
    How many have you found and tried Tops? I found a, I found a few okay.... But one of my favorite restaurants in this area is halal. Super but no lamb and the beef is only in the curries.

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    FIN burger is a great one....both lamb and beef burgers

    There's a place that's a halal butcher shop/restaurant...I'm looking up the name now. I bought ground lamb for burgers ... I've got to admit I've never cooked lamb .... expensive but the meat was frigging excellent.
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    Someone recommended West Indian Goat Curry to me the other day, gonna give it a try st the weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Someone recommended West Indian Goat Curry to me the other day
    ...if it's the real thing, you won't be sorry...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    mine loves lamb and the Aussie Aftershave with it

    and Leo

    and sunbathing

    and suckin my nob
    One of these statements is a blatant lie.

    Can you guess which one?

    Here is a clue...It's not any of the first three.

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    Interesting Sommers.

    Quick question now that you are back.

    What kind of eggs does the man lay in the bottom left of the pic, and do they only come in twos?

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    I was wondering how dear the avocados were...

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    If they are from Sainsburys about 1.50 each.

    Infact you wouldn't get much change out of a tenner for all of it.

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    ^^^ Fuck me slap hang in there i will send you a food package.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Someone recommended West Indian Goat Curry to me the other day, gonna give it a try st the weekend.
    How can you claim to have connections to Manchester yet have not eaten this??!?!?!? Especially given where Maine Rd was (before you got into football, obviously).

    They probably deliver to Stoke these days as well.

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    ^^^ and once you get enlightened Chitty, try the beef patties. Loads of places in Moss Side, Hulme and Old Trafford did them when I was at home.

    Don't say I don't do owt for you.

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    Beer was the only food we had at main road and maybe the occasional curry in Rusholme.

    Unlike them sad fookers in Trafford who had a choice between Lou macaris chips and lou macaris pies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Beer was the only food we had at main road and maybe the occasional curry in Rusholme.

    Unlike them sad fookers in Trafford who had a choice between Lou macaris chips and lou macaris pies
    You had one of the best grounds in the country for food. No excuses, Mr pie and chips.

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