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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Three airlines represented there... a free green if you can spot all three...
    SQ, MAS, no idea on the 3rd one though.

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    That lamb looks great. Got me hungry for some now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
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    Three airlines represented there... a free green if you can spot all three...

    Is that Asiana in the middle?

    Obviously, iArlines on the right, Singapore on the left.




    That camera... It's given you a whole new respect around this place; bloody fantastic (I wish I could find a guitar that'd do the same for me...).

    (I'd dress in school uniform and call you Daddy if you cooked like that for me! )
    How do I post these pictures???

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    I was looking at this thread (when I made the comment above) and was feeling a bit peckish. The wife walks in and asks if I'd like to share a ham omelette with her...







    Cooked just about to perfection, very salty ham, tasted great...
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    The cutlery competition didn't really get going as I'd hoped... disappointing results as well...

    1 out of 3 for both Headworx and Betty. My greens are safe!

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    ^If I'd half-inched airline cutlery every time on a plane over the years, I'd be an expert too

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    ^ 'collect' is the correct terminology!

    Anyway... left to right: Singapore, Austrian, Qatar.

    I did in fact spend half an hour on the net to identify the Austrian one last night. I need to catalogue my collection better!

    ... and please don't judge me... I live in Korat.
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    Bacon, chips and cheese.

    Monday comfort food.


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    Mmm cheesey chips

    Nando's chicken livers and half chook with salad

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    I was just about to go to bed, but I feel hungry now...

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    ^^ Eurgh. Liver.

    It'd be a battle for me to force that down, Dil.

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    It was for me actually. Was thinking of the health benefits whilst nearly gagging and only ate half.

    I did enjoy some black pudding the other week though. The only offal I've ever half enjoyed

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    I do like a bit of black pudding.

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    Had this waiting for me when I got home last night. German potato salad, backed beans and baby back ribs smothered in Stubbs barbecue sauce.
    Oh man, gimme some dat baby back, baby back, baby back ribs.

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    Afternoon Shopping List:


    Beans and ribs added.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    It was for me actually. Was thinking of the health benefits whilst nearly gagging and only ate half.

    I did enjoy some black pudding the other week though. The only offal I've ever half enjoyed
    I love a bit of liver (and kidney for that matter... in my steak and kidney pies), but you have to be careful. If you eat a predator's liver, such as a lion, you can get Vitamin A poisoning. They reckon a pound of polar bear's liver can kill you.

    But no offal here tonight, the daughter requested quiche. An old favourite and you just can't go wrong with a cheesy bacon quiche!




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    ^Inspired by your bangers pic the other day, I had to have some.


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    ^ I'd like a bit of that. Rarely see anything like that in Korea with a Thai wife...

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    Chicken red curry,Thai Jasmine rice and pork n ginger stir fry .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    can't go wrong with a cheesy bacon quiche!
    Whats your recipe and method for that?

    Asking for a friend.

    Especially interested in your pie crust.
    Last edited by Dillinger; 04-03-2020 at 09:17 PM.

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    ^ I'm sure I did a quiche thread last year... a bit tired now but basically tell your friend it's the same as any other quiche but with extra cheese and some bacon. Don't forget to use 'multi-purpose' flour. I'm not sure your friend can use your spare bread-making flour for pastry!

    Anyway... I seem to be going through some kind of mid-life crisis at the moment... trying to sort out my Aussie tax affairs and going to the gym every night. After I finished my exercising tonight, my traditional Leo, and a couple of extra Ya Dongs (the daughter's fancy school is closed for 'deep corona virus cleaning' tomorrow, so no 05:50 alarm) my new regime continued with baked mackerel and something the wife calls 'sahlahd'... not too bad to be honest but hard work with the bones.



    The daughter had left-over quiche with baked beans which I was very jealous of.

    Normal service was resumed with pudding... a duo of ice cream with home made chocolate cup cakes!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    but hard work with the bones.
    It's a pity Thais don't undertake boning seriously.

    How to Fillet a Mackerel - Great British Chefs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    The daughter had left-over quiche with baked beans which I was very jealous of.
    I see your position has been identified.

    Did your daughter give a big smile?

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    ^ Yep! Makes it all worth while!

    Steak an' kidney pies last night - another big smile and two clean plates!



    Heavy on the veg, light on the mash for me... I'm also trying to wean us off the peas.


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    Top tip, Mendip: put more gravy on everything.

    There's a good little helping above, but I reckon those peas and potatoes sat with your quiche a few posts up would have definitely benefited from a spoonful or 7.
    Last edited by hallelujah; 06-03-2020 at 08:02 PM.

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