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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    Knocked a Bogon half point off for being a bit tight on the cheese with some of the bread.
    Yes, way too much un-cheesed bread. Otherwise Very Good (OVG).

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    Mr Slaps did a nice job there. The soup and side bready things look to be nicely tasty.

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    ^ you got all the ingredients ready Dill, what were you going to cook?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    ^ you got all the ingredients ready Dill, what were you going to cook?
    Nice stuffed pepper dill. Chili? Looks nice to me..

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    ^^ Can you cook chorizo and pickled jalapenos? And that's an orange pepper not a banana

    ^ Yup chili with a little kick. That's cured the hangover

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    Chorizo can be bought as a whole sausage of either soft cooking chorizo – which must be cooked before eating – or a firmer, drier cured sausage that can be sliced and eaten without cooking
    You on the floppy sausage up their Sid?



    You wanna get your chops around a nice salty Southern firm sausage, bruv.











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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    This belongs in the drunk food thread.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^^ Can you cook chorizo and pickled jalapenos?
    Yes you can, ya norvern minky. I see you you ran out of cheese.


    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Nice stuffed pepper dill. Chili? Looks nice to me..
    Thanks Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Can you cook chorizo and pickled jalapenos?
    If you are buying in the US, Mexico or South America you better as it is uncooked.

    Chorizo - Wikipedia

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    ^^^That's obviously your cheat meal, Boll - being on the strict diet yu're currently on...

    Here's ours, home made fish, chips and turbo peas (bruseel sprouts)

    Prepare the chips, par boil, season, place in small amount of hot oil and bake for an hour at a lowish temp

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    Prepare fish. I bought some cod fillets and made the batter using flour, baking powder, salt and soda water, then shallow (ish) fried them for four minutes a pop...

    You can see my sprouts are currently steaming too (oooh. errrr)

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    Chips out of the oven; beautifully crisp, nicely coloured...

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    Et voila...

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    Good choice with the sprouts, much better than peas.

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    Cruciferus veg, Betsy, are the best in the world.

    Brussels are loaded with phytonutrients which is very good shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Good choice with the sprouts, much better than peas.
    That's fighting talk in certain parts of Issan


    Nice Slaps!
    Very Nice!!

    I would have made mushy sprouts to make the meal look more traditional.

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    Restaurants in Bang Na are really starting to step up their game.


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    Also went for the steak option, during the week I barely left the housing compound I live on as it has everything I need, but it was damn nice to get out and eat and drink with friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    If you are buying in the US, Mexico or South America you better as it is uncooked.
    Mexican chorizo is made of minced meat. You aint gonna want that on your cheeseboard

    Like Mexican and Spanish tortillas, those chorizos are fuckall like each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    You aint gonna want that on your cheeseboard
    What cheese board?





    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Like Mexican and Spanish tortillas, those chorizos are fuckall like each other.
    Of that there is no doubt but I do love me some Mexican chorizo especially in a chili.

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    ^ yep, the Mehico one woulda gone better in there. Never tried that one but It's spicier I see.


    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    What cheese board?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    yep, the Mehico one woulda gone better in there. Never tried that one but It's spicier I see.
    Hell ya it is and loaded with flavor. It really cranks a chili up a notch.



    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    What cheese board?
    cheese board - ซื้อ cheese board ราคาดีที่สุดค่ะ Thailand | www.lazada.co.th


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    Here you go, a bit of quality for once...

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    double post...
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    Good morning Veitnam!

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    How's about a little surf and turf?

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