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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    Plain old dal bhat for me tonight.
    Sigh.
    Nidhogg are you in Nepal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    Nidhogg are you in Nepal?
    No mate. But i did get a taste for it there....

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    No mate. But i did get a taste for it there....
    Love it too, especially with a serving of goat curry bone in and some bitter greens

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    So I am not used to using a pressure cooker, but since the lady is at work I had to. I did a pot roast and potatoes with carrots. Apparently I overcooked the veg, but the roast was perfect...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    So I am not used to using a pressure cooker, but since the lady is at work I had to. I did a pot roast and potatoes with carrots. Apparently I overcooked the veg, but the roast was perfect...
    It initiated a Pavlovian response from me. LOL
    On top of the list of the things I miss from the US, is good beef.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    On top of the list of the things I miss from the US, is good beef.
    Same here

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    Away for the weekend so we ordered grab food in the room. I didn't even think about plates and cutlery so had to go ask the hotel who gave us the world's smallest plates.

    Got my gammon fix though. Got my eye on a kebab tomorrow.


    Did you order it anemic?

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    Kofta, shish tawook, tahini, salad, rice, bread.


    Dinner-kofta-jpg


    Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.

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    ^ very nice

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    Kofta looks like it's been around a while.

    Salad a bit tired too.

    Sorry - but I've been dining on similar for about 17 years.

    It all looks a sight better than armstrong's piggy frisbee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Kofta looks like it's been around a while.

    Salad a bit tired too.
    One minor criticism was that it was a touch dry. Very minor though.

    Salad was good. Foodporntastic stuff all in all.

    Edit: armstrong is TD's modern day PattayaPlies.

    Not my work, PAG. The equivalent of about 11 English pounds from a restaurant in the Mother of the World.
    Last edited by hallelujah; 09-09-2021 at 10:14 PM.

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    Very nice Hal!

    What's that green drink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Very nice Hal!

    What's that green drink?
    Cantaloupe with about half a bag of sugar chucked in.

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    Hope you pocketed one of those 500grm spoons for Mendy.



    If you pocketed two, I am an interested party.

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    Don't often eat Thai food, but once in a while:




    A homemade Thai classic comes along, with an icy cold beer.




    (I picked out the big stalky bit on top of the egg and wiped it on the bottom of the chair when the chef-ette wasn't looking.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Don't often eat Thai food, but once in a while:




    A homemade Thai classic comes along, with an icy cold beer.




    (I picked out the big stalky bit on top of the egg and wiped it on the bottom of the chair when the chef-ette wasn't looking.)
    I love a bit of prik nam pla over the runny egg when I have krapow.

    This inevitably results in "uh oh. Can eat sa-picy!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    prik nam pla over the runny egg
    Oh yessss. Knew I forgot something.

    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    krapow
    It's actually Laab/Larb, but does look the same.


    Have enough in the fridge for lunch tomorrow. Thinking of serving it with Indian Roti, and a can of icy cold armstrong.


    Slender October Su Su!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Oh yessss. Knew I forgot something.



    It's actually Laab/Larb, but does look the same.


    Have enough in the fridge for lunch tomorrow. Thinking of serving it with Indian Roti, and a can of icy cold armstrong.


    Slender October Su Su!
    My laab was normally served with a side of Isaan minge, but I can certainly see me going for a cheeky egg on top if we're ever allowed to actually travel to Thailand again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Kofta looks like it's been around a while.

    Salad a bit tired too.

    Sorry - but I've been dining on similar for about 17 years.

    It all looks a sight better than armstrong's piggy frisbee.

    \_(ツ)_/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Willy View Post
    \_(ツ)_/
    You know Cy, Willy.

    He'd be pointing out flaws in the Mona Lisa on a good day.

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    To be fair, the Mona Lisa is a bit shit


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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Kofta, shish tawook, tahini, salad, rice, bread.


    Dinner-kofta-jpg


    Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.
    That looks great! Did you make it yourself or did you order out? Where I am in khon Kaen its an Ethnic food culinary wasteland. and cant find any of the nessacery ingredients to make some of these things myself. , I can't wait for covid travel restrictions to end, so I can take shopping trip to BKK and Europe.
    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

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    Some of you will laugh with me, cause I bet they are everywhere, but I never had them. I Bet there must be others who they might not had them before.
    So I got these spiced pork kabobs from Macro the other day and today I decided to try them on the barbeque.
    and they were surprisingly good. They are at the frozen pork section at Macro.
    Dinner-spiced-pork-jpg

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    Looks like mu ping to me..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    Some of you will laugh with me, cause I bet they are everywhere, but I never had them. I Bet there must be others who they might not had them before.
    So I got these spiced pork kabobs from Macro the other day and today I decided to try them on the barbeque.
    and they were surprisingly good. They are at the frozen pork section at Macro.
    Dinner-spiced-pork-jpg
    Ask your missus to get you some off the street. They're everywhere and only cost a few baht (she'll probably want the more exotic parts of the animal ).

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