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    Very Nice Dill!

    Served with custard or cream??

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    it's a bit on the heavy side,although it could be this Wops v Croats borathon that's telling me to go to bed

    Here's your money shot...



    Oh... Tesco finest Madagascan vanilla custard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    Tesco finest Madagascan vanilla custard
    Respecto



    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    Wops v Croats borathon
    Keep switching channels to watch the other shower of shite on 2 Pikeys V Spics

    Time to crack open another can.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Pikeys V Spics
    If the Spiks do win, England will automatically qualify tonight as one of the best 3rd place finishers

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    Puddings.

    It’s the thread topic, not merely a description of you two.

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    ^ What are you doing looking in threads named pudding at 3am?
    That Modriis is a pud...

    Oh hang on

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    You shit the bed again Ciz?

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    Very nice

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    ^ That does look very nice. I like rhubarb and I like tarts, so that should be my favourite pudding!

    I wish I could grow rhubarb in Korat but it's just too damn hot. Btw, I hesitate to give advice but if you pop down to the local builder's merchant and get yourself a chimney pot to put over the rhubarb plant it will force the stems which will become etiolated.

    Rhubarb is forced by being kept in complete darkness as it's coming into growth. In its desperation to get to some light, it will throw up long, thin stems very quickly. These etiolated stems are far less bitter than the main crop and are wonderfully tender, with a sweet, delicate flavour.

    Yesterday I remembered to pop into 7-Eleven for a packet of sponge cake, so I could finally make a trifle with the daughter. I guess by mixing Thai sponge cake with an English trifle kit, this exotic recipe could have gone in the 'Fusion Food' thread, but it is also a classic pudding, after all.



    I broke up the sponge cake and poured over the hot jelly, after dissolving the raspberry jelly crystals in boiling water. This went into the fridge to allow the jelly to set.



    I made the custard and after cooling, poured it over the now set jelly and sponge layer.



    I'm very much from the 'wash up as you go along' school of thought, so while I did a bit of washing up, the daughter whisked up the 'Dream Topping' powder with some milk... with the predictable outcome.

    Who could've seen that coming?



    This was looking like a show-stopper, until I remembered we had a couple of packs of whipping cream in the back of the fridge. A lucky break indeed, and to be honest, maybe this was for the best as I couldn't help noticing that the Dream Topping powder had gone a bit lumpy. Nothing seems to keep well in a hot, Isaan kitchen.

    I located the whipping cream, and discovered that it was slightly out of date... but needs must and all that, and what's life without a bit of risk?



    I used one packet and added a bit of milk to loosen it up a bit.

    I did the whisking this time.



    Not bad at all... a trifecta of layers!



    After liver and sausage in an onion gravy with mash, peas and sprouts, a homemade trifle pudding! I sometimes think that I'm spoiling the daughter.



    It was almost as good as the Co-op's.


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    Erm. What's a chimney pot?

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    What an odd topic to start a thread about.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I located the whipping cream, and discovered that it was slightly out of date... but needs must and all that, and what's life without a bit of risk?


    More than two years expired. Surely not real "whipping cream".

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    ^ It said 'Whipping Cream' on the label and was imported all the way from New Zealand, but other than that I have no idea of it's authenticity. I suspect it was 'Long Life' whipping cream because we've had trifle for two days running with no problems!

    The trifle really was pretty good, by the way.


    Quote Originally Posted by BLD View Post
    Erm. What's a chimney pot?
    I forget that you WA Aussies with your reverse cycle aircons don't live in the real world.



    And yes, I've already noted that the pot second from right isn't perfectly vertical.

    As with all things, once you delve in there is a lot more to it...



    But anyway, to avoid going off 'pudding' topic, this is what we used to use to force our rhubarb, back in Somerset in the 1970s. They probably have specialised equipment these days.

    Reggie Craddock, I would recommend the 'Large Edwardian' or the 'Windsor' for your rhubarb.
    Last edited by Mendip; 25-06-2024 at 05:11 PM.

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    That's quite interesting
    Chimney pots eh. I wouldn't of noticed the pot second from right wasn't exactly correct until.you pointed it out. I'm still impressed though.

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    ^^Ahhh, I was looking on urban dictionary.

    Looks to be quite similar actually


    Chimney
    To tuck ones erect phallus under your waist band of your trousers or pants to disguise your stiffy.
    I was in the gym last night and some girls in tight Lycra were stretching it out with open legs. I had to chimney ma stawner so they couldn't see I was horny as fuck.
    by Razorcharlie March 10, 2015

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ It said 'Whipping Cream' on the label and was imported all the way from New Zealand, but other than that I have no idea of it's authenticity. I suspect it was 'Long Life' whipping cream because we've had trifle for two days running with no problems!

    The trifle really was pretty good, by the way.




    I forget that you WA Aussies with your reverse cycle aircons don't live in the real world.



    And yes, I've already noted that the pot second from right isn't perfectly vertical.

    As with all things, once you delve in there is a lot more to it...



    But anyway, to avoid going off 'pudding' topic, this is what we used to use to force our rhubarb, back in Somerset in the 1970s. They probably have specialised equipment these days.

    Reggie Craddock, I would recommend the 'Large Edwardian' or the 'Windsor' for your rhubarb.
    Pfft call thoase chimneys, teh Elizabethans did chimneys, not those piffling little things

    Pudding-lizychimneys-jpg

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    ^ You'd have a job hiding one of those in your waist band from Cyrille or Snubby on the hunt for pud at 3am

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    ^ You'd have a job hiding one of those in your waist band from Cyrille or Snubby on the hunt for pud at 3am

    they had something for that, codpieces, not as flaboyant as the german codpieces

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    But yeah
    Back to the puddings

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    Fooking chimneys eh. I'm gonna have to stop wearing those boxer shorts that fishlocker brought me over. And go back to the speedo style. Incase of accidental chimney ing

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    Why do these mendy threads start out so pleasant and quickly deteriorate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLD View Post
    Fooking chimneys eh. I'm gonna have to stop wearing those boxer shorts that fishlocker brought me over. And go back to the speedo style. Incase of accidental chimney ing
    I thought you were getting back on track. Any chance of a pasta and cheddar cheese cake?

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    Joe's yer man

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLD View Post
    Why do these mendy threads start out so pleasant and quickly deteriorate?
    Ummm... this is a 'Looper' thread, and you'll never find a bigger reprobate.

    I merely contribute with an occasional pudding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    ^ You'd have a job hiding one of those in your waist band from Cyrille or Snubby on the hunt for pud at 3am

    Funny you should mention that...

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    Imagine living in a country where you can just pick up a trifle for 3 quid in a shop, without having to spend hours cooking one up.

    Along with a bottle of wine for 7.50!



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