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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Hmmm beans and peas, is there nothing that carn't do...
    Is there one sentence you can type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    I for one can definitely believe that. The best Arabic food (including Falafels) I've ever had was in Palmyra. We use to stop at this one place there every time to break up the journey to/from Damascus and Dier Ezor and the food + coffee was simply sensational.
    Syria and Lebanon were the best places I've ever eaten Arabic food although there are some very good places on Sukhumvit Soi 3 too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I will never understand how American shit beans became a English staple.
    Readily available, cheap, effectively a whole meal in a can (beans on toast eg), can be eaten cold, or takes 5 mins to warm up. Comparatively nutritious (except for high salt and sugar), and - most important of all - kids eat them with no muss or fuss.

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    Home baked lasagna

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    What became of the Atkins ideal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Home baked lasagna
    Wait what? Where are the prep pics? You know... like the marinara in the pot or the entire slab of lasagna...

    ...Well home baked is not homemade.

    So this...

    Dinner-stoufferslasagnabox-jpg


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    Dining alone Princess

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    ^^ I'll ask the new cook Chico when he wakes up for the prep pics



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    Dill, do you recommend the gourmet beans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Dill, do you recommend the gourmet beans.

    Add a quantum of peas to that bean lasagna and he'd have a winner.

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    Haven't tried the beans yet.

    That lasagne was like your average hamburger soup but with no soup, extra burger and don't hold the cheese

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Add a quantum of peas to that bean lasagna and he'd have a winner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Add a quantum of peas to that bean lasagna and he'd have a winner.
    Not often you come out with a classic, but when you do...
    Black diamonds? I shit 'em.

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    Dinner-20200124_113840-jpg

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    ^ Delicious.

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    ^^ nice. One of my favourite meals.
    How do I post these pictures???

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    Bbq ribs and Sweet Chilli Chicken thighs with crap potato waffles and peaaaassss....
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    ^ faggot...



    Real men don't eat peas!
    How do I post these pictures???

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    The wife made a rare expedition to the kitchen last night... and lamb chops followed!

    And for any doubters, lots of fresh, nutritious veg for the littlun!



    Can't understand where all this talk about peas has come from.

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    Dinner buffet last night at the Hilton on Beach Rd (who even knew such place could even exist in Pattaya ). Really good with so many choices, a lot of which I didn't get to this time like BBQ seafood and imported steaks/chops sort of thing.

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    ^That steamed sea bass was ridiculously good, I had to go back and get another few pieces.

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    Tried to stay in Keto spec and was doing fine till seeing these sort of things in the desert buffet. The pastry chefs at this hotel churn out some really nice deserts and I love these sampler sized offerings (of which there were more than a dozen to choose from, along with a variety of full-sized cakes and fruits and so on).

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    ^Homemade ice cream?. Count me in for a few scoops, with a little mango sticky rice and coconut cream too.

    Just superb and a great night dining with some friends who were celebrating a special occasion. 1400 Baht nett per head, not expensive but very good.

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    I miss the hilton buffet.

    Fantastic value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    I miss the hilton buffet.

    Fantastic value
    35 quid?

    You can get an all you can eat Sunday buffet for less than a tenner in most parts of Pattaya. If you get there at midday you can turn it into lunch, dinner and tea and bang the granny out of the cook with the other 25

    Nah Its good quality, not value

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    ^One step closer to morphing into a Gent

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    ^
    Nothing wrong with being frugal or a bit of balloon chasing
    You can pay i think it was 8k and get a free night at the Hilton and then 50% off all those Hilton all you can eat buffets.



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    That bloody, Dilly, won the lottery and still saving his pennies; you can take the Northerner out of the council estate, but...

    Look like a nice spread Headworx, and seabass is such a great tasting fish; Thailand is pretty cheap for great seabass.

    Mendip??? Why are you not forcing, beating, harassing, berating, bullying, psychologically intimidating and offering sexual services to your wife to get her into the kitchen more often - that's a nice meal she's pulled together for you there.
    How do I post these pictures???

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