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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Roast beef dip with onion rings.

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    Flashback to the ex-wife.

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    I do enjoy a home made Sunday night curry!

    I see you baby, Chicken Madras...

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    ^ I see what you did there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Was in Tesco a few days ago.

    That Tikka Masala they were selling in the 7 last year for 69baht.

    Now in Tesco.

    89 baht.


    I was disgusted.




    Until the 3rd spoonful and fourth swig of beer. Then it really started to grow on me.
    My kid has developed a taste for 7/11 sushi, and while shopping for this child-silencing affair I happened acrose the afore mentioned Chicken Tikka Masala. 69 baht and as scottish as it gets, I'm all in. Wasn't bad at all. I also noticed, same brand, drunken chicken fusilli. I'm thinking, beer can up the arse BBQ. I'm up for this. Turns out the 'drunken chicken' is a translation of 'kee mao' and that shit left me with an arse like the Japanese flag.
    Lang may yer lum reek...

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    I think what makes the dish is the definitely phallic looking King Trumpet mushroom appearing as though it has splooged over the salad:



    Bachelor life sucks but I am remembering how much I enjoy cooking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Bachelor life sucks but I am remembering how much I enjoy cooking.
    Frying up a steak is technically cooking, I guess.

    Looks good though.

    I did a three cheese tortellini in marinara...

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    Nice Mac Cheese Snubby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Frying up a steak is technically cooking, I guess.
    I made the croutons too!

    Omelets??


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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Omelets??
    You cut a dick in half? You really have gone too far this time, Ant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Bachelor life sucks but I am remembering how much I enjoy cooking.
    Wait what, did I miss something? Was it porridge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    Wait what, did I miss something? Was it porridge?
    Wife and kids have gone ahead of me and moved to NZ. Long story and bastard Covid related mostly, but yes porridge can’t be completely ruled out…

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    Have you sorted out MIQ yet?

    When I did MIQ last July in Auckland I have to say the food was mostly hit with only a few misses. If you do do MIQ there's a Friday shout, so there's that.

    (Keeping it vaguely food related)

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    I present through the doors.....

    A medium rare Sirloin with a creamy mashed potato and...broccoli gravy.

    Dinner-20220117_192154-jpg

    Lush it was

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    Now I understand why you do not enlarge you photos on TD. But considering the hell you gave Snuby over his plate of catsick ‘lobster bisque’ you have some cohones presenting that plate of dog vomit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrWilly View Post
    But considering the hell you gave Snuby over his plate of catsick ‘lobster bisque’ you have some cohones presenting that plate of dog vomit.
    Lobster bisque is supposed to look pinkish/orange, and anyone who disagrees can feel free to try and google to prove me otherwise. But to comment on his posting...

    ... It is the typical Chitty puke on a plate, and that steak was probably past due from the discount bin.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DrWilly View Post
    Now I understand why you do not enlarge you photos on TD
    Shhhh. Don't motivate him to post full size, we want them to stay as a thumbnail. Less chance of verping...

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    Quote Originally Posted by happynz View Post
    Have you sorted out MIQ yet?

    When I did MIQ last July in Auckland I have to say the food was mostly hit with only a few misses. If you do do MIQ there's a Friday shout, so there's that.

    (Keeping it vaguely food related)
    For me no I'll need to go back into the lottery. I believe there's one in the next day or two actually.

    Wife and kids did theirs at the Auckland Crowne Plaza. Pretty pokey little room but other than that they had no complaints and said the food was mostly good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    I present through the doors.....

    A medium rare Sirloin with a creamy mashed potato and...broccoli gravy.

    Dinner-20220117_192154-jpg

    Lush it was
    It's a steak, not bloody sausages!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    comment on his posting
    No thanks, I don't want to get banned from the Kitchen subforum.




    Again.

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    Today's effort was mostly a Chili con carne with my rapidly becoming traditional splooge 'salad':



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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Lobster bisque is supposed to look pinkish/orange, and anyone who disagrees can feel free to try and google to prove me otherwise.
    Why did yours look anemic then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Why did yours look anemic then?
    Joe it did not look anemic. It looked like a real nice bisque. Most concurred with it looking delicious. Some did not and went on the warpath. Is it worth dredging up again?

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    Not really just replying to Snubby and making an observation.

    Maybe it's his camera, I have the same technical issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Just did Maine lobster ravioli in a lobster bisque sauce.

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    A local grocery makes the bisque and the raviolis fresh every day. All I had to do was boil some water and heat up the bisque.
    I must be colour blind because I can't see any pink or orange in the bisque.

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