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    Dinner

    Like the "Breakfast" thread, this "Dinner" thread provides an avenue to post pictures of what we have either made for dinner or ordered out at a restaurant for dinner.

    Tonight, Tuesday, 13 Sept 2011, I had a house salad with a combo of iceberg and romaine lettuce, tomatoes & bacon bits with Italian dressing , dried spice rubbed pork ribs, and a Belgium cherry beer. Simple but tasty.




    What did you have for dinner?
    "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff....and it is all small stuff"

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    A packet of Lays BBQ

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    My missus is a great cook but tonight she did me chips, egg and beans and it wasn't up to her ferral stuff.

    Unfortunately I didn't get a photo of it but I might catch it tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawlins
    Unfortunately I didn't get a photo of it but I might catch it tomorrow.
    be quick, they're sneaky

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    Only one beer mate? Looks delicious anyway and I am sure it was.

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    After work i took a 5:30am walk along the beach,its very stormy in the U.K.
    Picked up 37 nice size fresh scollop's,so i got a nice fresh free dinner.
    Phoned the wife she jealous cos she had some vegetable crap Thais like to eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan View Post
    A packet of Lays BBQ
    Potato Chips were all gone. Are you familiar with Utz's or Middleworth's Potato Chips? Oh, maybe not,,,, local home brands now either one of those BBQ Chips would have fit in nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Only one beer mate? Looks delicious anyway and I am sure it was.
    Actually, I didn't even drink this single beer. I've been saving myself for next time I'm in the neighborhood of Little Venice. But the meal was good.

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    Cordon Bleu


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    looking good and one of my favorites. was this home made? and what is the other stuff on the plate?? sort of looks like a cole slaw with dressing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chitown View Post
    Cordon Bleu

    Was this picture what you actually ate?...

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    Here is something that looked like the eggs, chips and beans that I had last night - except the spouse made an omelette instead of frying the eggs as instructed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rawlins View Post
    Here is something that looked like the eggs, chips and beans that I had last night - except the spouse made an omelette instead of frying the eggs as instructed.


    hey rawlins, any problem with you if this is moved over to the breakfast thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEA Traveler View Post
    hey rawlins, any problem with you if this is moved over to the breakfast thread?

    If it was breakfast it would have mushrooms, fried bread, tomatoes, black pudding, bacon, sausages and a sprig of parsley also on the plate.

    Not sure what I'm eating tonight yet but I'll try and get a photo of it and report back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawlins View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SEA Traveler View Post
    hey rawlins, any problem with you if this is moved over to the breakfast thread?

    If it was breakfast it would have mushrooms, fried bread, tomatoes, black pudding, bacon, sausages and a sprig of parsley also on the plate.

    Not sure what I'm eating tonight yet but I'll try and get a photo of it and report back.

    ok, thanks, just wondering.

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    Yes it is what I ate at a small cafe near my house. 80 baht for the cordon bleu, roasted potatoes and salad.

    SEA, that is salad and was terrible. Although they do have a delicious coleslaw you can order.

    Quote Originally Posted by rawlins View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by chitown View Post
    Cordon Bleu

    Was this picture what you actually ate?...

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    Looks good ST ,,,,,,,,,no carbs ? rice ? pots ? chips? good for the waistline ,, pity I missed this lastnight as we had a cracking Thai meal about 7 dishes,,,based on chicken wings and produce out my garden ,, must have cost all of 2.50p ! will see what turns up tnt and post a pic
    I'm proud of my 38" waist , also proud I have never done drugs

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    The wife got a tuna salad. She would have like it more if it did not have the Thai dressing on it.



    Here is my CB before I demolished it.


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    Wow nice thread SEA.

    I haven't been taking photos but I usually put out some nice dinner.. Last night I made Pork tenderloin (flour breaded,Then seared) with a Caramelized onion,beer and beef stock reduction.... Roasted garlic mashed potatoes and corn.

    I'll start taking photos to share from now

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    Quote Originally Posted by chitown View Post
    The wife got a tuna salad. She would have like it more if it did not have the Thai dressing on it.




    Exactly, I know what you mean about the Thai "cream" dressing. If the tuna salad was room temp, I would have suggested a little plain oil and vinegar based Italian dressing. Otherwise, looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    Looks good ST ,,,,,,,,,no carbs ? rice ? pots ? chips? good for the waistline ,, pity I missed this lastnight as we had a cracking Thai meal about 7 dishes,,,based on chicken wings and produce out my garden ,, must have cost all of 2.50p ! will see what turns up tnt and post a pic
    n&j, I have to say that I ate up all the noodles the evening before so there were none left for last evenings meal. I do like my carbs though and my mature waistline is a clear demonstration of my enjoyment of the carbs. looking forward to your pics of the evening meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcherBKK View Post
    Wow nice thread SEA.

    I haven't been taking photos but I usually put out some nice dinner.. Last night I made Pork tenderloin (flour breaded,Then seared) with a Caramelized onion,beer and beef stock reduction.... Roasted garlic mashed potatoes and corn.

    I'll start taking photos to share from now
    I like the sound of the pork and the roast garlic mashed potatoes. I may decide on mashed potatoes of some sort this evening. looking forward to some of your dinner pics.

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    I've been mostly dining on Curried King Crab, lovely, I'l get you some snaps next time I go down there, which won't be too long

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    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.

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    ^Flatulence food.

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