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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    Anyway, wrong thread, I'll make a new one for this.
    That is a serious road trip and a decent idea for a thread, look forward to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    That is a serious road trip and a decent idea for a thread, look forward to it!
    On it like a Scotch Bonnet

    Road Trip: Udon Thani to Songkhla

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    ^Nice one DD!

    Herbal new potatoes and an Aldi Ribeye..

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    Lamb doner kebab with garlic mayo after a few beers? Why not

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    ^ Fantastic!


    It was beef stew here tonight.

    I have to plan meals hat don't require the gardener's microwave to finish up... it looks even worse in real life than in the picture. I poured some of the stew over the veg at the end to warm it back up.

    Once the Kommandant has retired poor old Dan sneaks in for a treat every night. Her back legs are now so weak she has trouble walking on the slippery tiles so I have to carry her back to her bed afterwards, via the lawn for a wee. Dan had her own small bowl of beef stew tonight and loved it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Kommandant
    lol

    Looks great Mendy, you should try doing a stew with some wild boar.

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    Or rabbit stew?

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    Or pigeon providing your aim is accurate enough with a black widow catapult

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    ^Nice one DD!

    Herbal new potatoes and an Aldi Ribeye..

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    WTF is that!

    Aldi Ribeye?

    Gristly shoe leather!


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    ^ Sew a strap and buckle on that thing and I'll wear it on my next passport trip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonecollector View Post
    Looks great Mendy, you should try doing a stew with some wild boar.
    I remember that our local Makro used to stock frozen wild boar meat, along with other exotics like crocodile, water buffalo, venison and rabbit, but they don't seem to have any of it any more.

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    WTF ribeye is that.


    Dill actually had a decent enough one a few days ago.


    Until the fok toasted it in his air-toaster

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Lamb doner kebab with garlic mayo after a few beers? Why not

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    You bastard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    You bastard.
    Why? I didn't kill Kenny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Why? I didn't kill Kenny!
    where's the salad?, have to have some shredded cabbage, onion and toms with lashings of chili sauce and a dab of mayo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Why? I didn't kill Kenny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    where's the salad?, have to have some shredded cabbage, onion and toms with lashings of chili sauce and a dab of mayo.
    There's salad in there, it's not a great pic but you can see lettuce, tom, and onion in there. But it's not about the salad, it's about a weighty portion of Lamb doner meat and garlic mayo and that's what she always delivers on!

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    I'm with you on Garlic Mayo, has to be but it need to be 1/3rd mayo to 2/3rds Chili.

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    ^Yeah nah, not a fan of chili sauce on kebabs! Here's her options though, have some of all if you like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    ^Yeah nah, not a fan of chili sauce on kebabs!
    No point then , you always have to go through that moment of regret when you realise they have splodged a load in one spot and you've bitten into it and its almost inedible its so hot, then the rest is pure enjoyment, followed afterwards by further regret you ate it in the first place and promise yourself you won't do that again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    It was beef stew here tonight.
    That looks good aside from one thing, the broccoli, and don't get me wrong I love broccoli but not in a stew. I am even ok with your super generous portion of peas.

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    Gristly shoe leather!
    To be expected from Chitty.

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    ^ Yeah, I know what you mean Snubs but I take every opportunity I can to get some veg down the daughter. The carrots were cooked in the stew but the broccoli (and peas) was cooked separately to stop it going mushy.

    Tonight we're having beef stew with runner beans and sprouts for a change. If you can imagine that it saves me posting a picture!

    With generous portions of peas, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Tonight we're having beef stew with runner beans and sprouts for a change. If you can imagine that it saves me posting a picture!
    Sounds good. Runner beans are not too common here, as we just have what is referred to as green beans. I do love those. Enjoy!

    I won't be doing a stew until the fall, and then I am sure that Chitty will slag off my stew like he always does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    That looks good aside from one thing, the broccoli, and don't get me wrong I love broccoli but not in a stew. I am even ok with your super generous portion of peas.



    To be expected from Chitty.
    Broccoli has no business being in a stew.

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    ^^ Snubs, I'm not sure about the correct bean terminology these days. These things I have are Thai long beans, but they are green and the closest I've found over here to English runner beans. They're long as well. Whatever you call 'em, they taste good with some butter, salt and pepper.


    ^ Mate, it was 'on' the stew, not 'in' the stew.

    Pedantic maybe, but an important distinction I feel.

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