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    Its a fact. My eyesights shocking

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    ^ Pardon...?

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    Erm .not nev his eyesights fine i think

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    Grilled lamb and all the sides at a local mom and pop Turkish place close to home. In USD terms, it was 5USD, strong tea included.

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    ^ "Yum yum, get me some" as the saying goes.

    Looks great, Mandy.

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    ^^I like these interesting cuisine platters Manda

    Indo selection here featuring 2 types of Martabak. At the back is Martabak Telur, a kind of savoury oemelette folded in side a pancake. On the left is Martabak Manis, a thick sweet pancake with chocolate

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    Served al fresco al balconio on an unseasonally chilly Sunday arvo

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    Highly recommended Aldi dip at the back. Spicy jalapeno garlic. The savoury Murtabak comes with pickled cucmber as a tart counterpoint.

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    Midnight snack of Covid broth

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    With a bowl of Suriname Cherries (AKA Brazillian cherries) to finish

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    They are just turning ripe on the bush this week

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    Very fragrant. remind me of something but I can't remember what it is
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    WTAF is that?

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    Horseshoe crab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    WTAF is that?
    Heathen

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    When you grow up in the Napa valley, you know how to ball out with your cock out.
    When you grow up elsewhere you have no idea what that means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Horseshoe crab.
    Correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    WTAF is that?
    Belly shot of a cockroach ?



    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Horseshoe crab.
    Oh

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    When you grow up elsewhere you have no idea what that means.
    Something about taking his chicken with him to play football. Or possibly cricket, chicken bats first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Belly shot of a cockroach ?





    Oh
    Not good eating in my opinion, just whatever salad you want mixed with their eggs and served in their dish.

    They have far more value for their blue blood in medicine.

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    I wasn’t that hungry so just polished off a wee dish of mac n cheese with shrooms this evening.

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    Welcome back to Thailand, Mikey. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    mac n cheese
    Had a brit workmate, who told me about this.

    Was a last dinner resort in his childhood, when the money was sparse


    Tried it

    Eatable

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    Nice with some ham and bacon mixed in and a well done steak on the side

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    Good deep fried or in a pie or both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    I tried everything to remove the string on it's side.
    Gadget I ordered from China (useless)
    Potato peeler(removed half my bean)
    etc
    And finally I had an Idea (patent pending) , cut the tip with a paring knife and before you get to the string , turn the knife flat and pull, (on the string bean )
    I works fabulously
    I can sense your reluctance to believe my incredible breakthrough in Stringbean string removal ,
    so below is photographic evidence.
    I know there are those who would argue that the image was faked, and that the shadows are wrong, but I assure you as incredible as it might look, It's real.
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    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

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    ^ Patent Pending? do you deliberately wait until they get woody

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    Patent Pending?
    It's not a lie, Pending me filing an application, and the patent office losing their mind and accepting it .
    as far as the "woody" comment is concerned I hope you are referring to the string beans.

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    Bread for sale in Thailand sucks!
    As they say, "Necessity is the mother of invention", so I learned how to make my own.

    It is really easy and quick.
    Last night I made my dough in the stand mixer. (see vid for instructions)
    Simply throw all the ingredients in the stand mixer and let it do it's thing for 10 min. , let it rise for 45 minutes , and then I put it in the refrigerator overnight.
    In the morning I took it out, deflated and reshaped for , and let it rise for 45 minutes while you heat the oven to 450F with the Dutch Oven in it,
    Throw the bread in the hot dutch oven and bake for 45 min.
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    For lunch I will dip my bread in Olive oil , oregano, and salt,and have it with a side order of Feta cheese, Tomatoes and olives.
    Vid of how to mix the ingredients Below.
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