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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    hahaha. nice one. I suspect salt, baking powder/baking soda was missing ...
    Stick to drinking alcohol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Stick to drinking alcohol.
    One last time. Even though you can't read. KW advised Mendip to use salt to make his cakes rise. Mendip did and thanked KW a couple of times.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    One last time
    Whilst Mendips cake looks very edible, as he acknowledged it didn't rise very well, whilst i realise old people use recipes from a bygone age,there is no need for baking powder to be in a simple sponge mix, the Eggs do the job very nicely if you follow the recipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Stick to drinking alcohol.
    Again, every thread you post in . . . you really are a fuckwit . . . why you're not jailed or banned again . . .

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    Tucked in before taking a plated pic with gravy, but here's the leftovers of a roast pork loin and some veg that looked good in the local market this morning.

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    working online no breakfast or lunch yet. Its going to be 130 before I get a break. I should not have opened this thread. Looks damn good and nutritious. No more checking in to TD when I have a free 5 minutes... Starving now.

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    Breast day

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    ^ that looks very nice indeedy, Dilly.


    Some red pork/yellow noodle soup - all made from scratch by the wife. She'd never made red pork before, and it turned out great.



    Tastes fantastico maximo...
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    Rad Na Moo

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    Lunch ... the second course-20200419_124607-jpg

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    Hot days now so lunch today ham and cheese toasted sandwiches with an own grown lettuce salad....ceasar dressing, chopped cherry tomatoes, sliced gerkins and cracked blacked pepper.

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    ^ ham and cheese toasted sandwich is always a winner!

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    Bowie - I would not call that Rad Na - of which I thought the hallmark is a copious amount of a gluggy gravy?

    Looks more like a Pad see ew?

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    Leftover fish , fries and slaw for lunch today. Fish and fries reheated in the air fryer.



    Damned tasty it was...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    Bowie - I would not call that Rad Na - of which I thought the hallmark is a copious amount of a gluggy gravy?

    Looks more like a Pad see ew?
    Yeah, I was thinking the same. Plenty of those tasty little black bean things in a rad na too.

    Still looks good, mind.

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    Yes, it looks like a tasty pad seu.

    The fish and chips loos just fine too...

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    Enchillada

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    Another day, another enchilada


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    ....collecting English spellings of...um...this dish:

    a Pad see ew
    a tasty pad seu
    and my own contribution: phad se-ew

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ....collecting English spellings of...um...this dish:

    a Pad see ew
    a tasty pad seu
    and my own contribution: phad se-ew
    Wiki has more:

    Pad see ew

    (Redirected from Phad See-Ew)

    Phat si-io (also transliterated as pad siew)

    Pad see ew - Wikipedia


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    Just made up this adaptation of a chicken Caesar wrap. Used up the chicken breast from my Issan meal.Lunch ... the second course-img_20200421_125324-jpg

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    ^^...I've heard that originally it was called pad si...until a vegetarian saw the pork...ew...

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    ^What's that , Dill? Looks like something you may find in a magazine.


    Half eaten Turkey burger and a mix of kale/zucchini rice with asparagus.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...until a vegetarian saw the pork...ew...


    It all comes down to Thai not really having a standard romanization. I appreciate that there is an official general system but it seems never to have invaded the consciousness of the average Thai. Unlike the Chinese, who adopted pinyin over 50 years ago and teach it in all schools. Not that that solved all the problems, because they they went for a system with diacritics, which are not always readily available on Western keyboards so, for example, the venerable HuangLao ends up with more of a Wade-Giles rendering of his moniker. Sorry, wandering far too far off topic. Unless you were planning on ordering a Cow Pat, or Khoa Pad or something similar for lunch.

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