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    Vegetarian breakfast today very tasty.
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    Fascists dress in black and go around telling people what to do, whereas priests... more drink!

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    Oh no... I wouldn't go anywhere near that - looks like Thai countryside food...

    (Isn't there a MacD or KFC around your area to get a decent breakfast???)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Oh no... I wouldn't go anywhere near that - looks like Thai countryside food...

    Real home food.


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    Yuck. Only for savages. Sophisticated people go for the healthy alternative: a MacD breakfast (lunch, and dinner)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Oh no... I wouldn't go anywhere near that - looks like Thai countryside food...

    (Isn't there a MacD or KFC around your area to get a decent breakfast???)
    Khao yam really nice Southern food it does taste really nice It's fresh lemongrass and coconut.
    I've never had a mc Donald's
    Fascists dress in black and go around telling people what to do, whereas priests... more drink!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Real home food.
    Oh so you're in Thailand are you Jeff?. I'm posting this from the top of Kilimanjaro, but will be in the Antarctic from tomorrow.

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    So as luck would have it, some Danish explorer in the Antarctic pointed me to a smallgoods shop that make their own bacon (and have done so for a very long time). I went with the Middle Back, cut thick, and for the first time I tried cooking it in the oven. Needed more time, but I was very hungry and really don't like crispy bacon anyway. Couple of Pork snags too...

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    that is a winning breakfast. brilliant...

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    ^

    Agreed. Fantastic.

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    ^^ and ^ Thanks, but I fucked it up as far as timing went and can do better next time. Will cook the bacon till it's nearly ready first then worry about the snags and eggs. But oven bake looks to be a great way to do thick cut bacon.
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    Have another experiment planned to tomorrow's brekkie that I saw on the net which involves a tortilla, grated cheese, ham, an egg, tin-foil, and some oven time. Pics to follow if it works, or not if it doesn't
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    Nice bacon, could handle some right now.

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    That cooked bacon looks really nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Will cook the bacon till it's nearly ready first then worry about the snags and eggs.
    The way to go as it is easily reheated or eaten at room temp.

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    ^Yep. Lesson learned and I'll get it right next time.

    Another failure with oven timing and breakfast today, another lesson learned but now I know the correct cooking time. Saw this done on the net and it looked good so it was worth a shot..
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    I gave it 15 minutes @200c, it needed 20 . Will get it right next time too.
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    Attempt #2 at the above, got it right this time.


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    Still have a score to settle with oven baked bacon though
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    ^ That looks spot on... A ham; cheese and egg toastie wrap.

    Bet salad cream and HP would go well in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    oven baked bacon
    Nuke some back bacon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ That looks spot on... A ham; cheese and egg toastie wrap.
    Yes, added some salt and pepper too before wrapping it up. I'm just learning about these and thinking about possible ingredient combos but they stick together nicely and would be perfect fodder while watching sports.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Nuke some back bacon
    Never had any luck with microwaved bacon, even stoned off my tits on pot it just never seemed any good

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    The Danish watery stuff back home always did well in a microwave

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    A return visit to "Poached" this morning. Very diverse menu, and today was the turn to try their Pulled Pork on Sour Dough toast, topped with a couple of poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. The apple matchsticks and sprinkling of pomegranate added to the overall taste, and a couple of hash browns on the side. Very good.




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    Tip top presentation.

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    Smoked salmon and cherry tomatoes on smashed Av with sea salt and lemon juice, a favorite brekkie lately.
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    ^ Had an avocado this morning on some brown toast. For a weekday breakfast it's an absolute cracker.

    Looking as good as it does there, I might start splashing out on some salmon and making it a weekend thing too.

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    Being quite civilised, I obviously shoo-shoo away most Thai breakfasts.


    Given the subarctic weather conditions, and that I was wrapped up in 3 different blankets,






    This steaming hot bowl of miscellaneous objects went down like Dill in the Pintsman.

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    Is that fantastic view from your house, or are you away at the moment? I'm very envious either way.

    And also envious of your subarctic weather conditions... it's got very hot very quickly in Korat.

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