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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Not for anything alcoholic.

    Dick.

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    Could you please put one of your highly rated home cooked wild Salmon meals up Snubbles .

    Never been a great fan of fish so I'm obviously missing out .

    I would like to try freshly caught raw tuna one day,hopefully caught by my own hand.
    I've heard a decent tuna steak is similar to a buffalo steak...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Could you please put one of your highly rated home cooked wild Salmon meals up Snubbles .
    Boy oh boy did I do job on myself last night my head hurts. Think I channeled fishlocker. Sorry for the harsh words on your salmon cookery. BTW I meant to compliment Medip on a couple of nice dishes he post. Cheers mate I would have enjoyed both (aside from the salad. )

    Honestly with the virus I have not been to the fishmonger in sometime and do not know when I will so all I have is some wild Alaskan smoked salmon in the freezer. I posted pics of it awhile ago. Maybe it is time to pull that out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    I've heard a decent tuna steak is similar to a buffalo steak...
    Not sure about that comparison but raw tuna and a seared tuna steak are fantastic. Maybe you could catch a ride with these guys...

    http://www.charterfishing.co.uk/tuna...tm?LMCL=ev_y4P
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    Coq de la Ray

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    Thats no kind of meal. Time to Snubby it out a bit.


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    Prawns and chips with homemade tartar sauce. Early meal for me. Probably one more to come.

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    Looks nice.

    Coconut Prawns/Shrimps ... or just well battered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Thats no kind of meal. Time to Snubby it out a bit.
    Explain then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Explain then?
    Think Dill meant the Salmon on his plate..

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    Some great looking dishes these last few pages so I'll add to the mix. The gf put together a New Zealand green lip mussel and miscellaneous other seafood stir fry over rice with some spicy dipping sauce on the side.
    P.S. Nothing wrong with a crispy hard shell taco. We usually put ours in the pizza oven for a few minutes to get them warm and crunchy.

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    Dilly while I appreciate a few greens now and then no need to infer to the fish or clam for that matter as lush. Ok, prostitute maybe as I do work for this living but I'd swear I'm not a lush. A drunkard in my "free" time but certainly no lush.

    P.S. I'd love to green Snubs despite his latest comments regarding the fish and or his tacos but then I'm afraid he'd soon want to move into the bunker.

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    Was out doing some shopping today. Had to go to three different stores to find Toilet paper. Got my appetite worked up. So did a roast chicken dinner. Almost did peas but fresh steamed green beans and broccoli sounded better.


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    ^ Looks great

    Snack, or the full dinner?

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    ^^ Would have been better with peas mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Snack, or the full dinner?
    That was a lot of food. I was full.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Would have been better with peas mate!
    I have some frozen peas in the freeze I bought with you in mind. We shall see if they make an appearance in an upcoming meal.

    In fact that dinner was so good and I still have most of the chicken left I may just do it all over again with peas. We could call it he Mendip mashup.

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    How much butter is on that?


    Cod salad with a thousand island and salad cream dressing

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I have some frozen peas in the freeze I bought with you in mind.
    We could call it he Mendip mashup.
    Mendip, TD and Peas will forever be inextricably linked

    As will his beautifull daughter, her irrepressible smile in the face of adversity, her firehouse red jumper and a dreary England

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    Sheltering in place - groceries stocked, hypochondriac wife wants to stay in, "I don't want to get sick", well, nor do I. Don't normally bother photoing food, rather just eat it, but...


    Tonight din din, spicy shrimp, seaweed, tofu & rib soup - sweet potatoes for dessert. Wife is a fantastic cook.

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    Just had a very rare solo supper out this evening. M'Sahib off doing yoga, and I couldn't be ass'd cooking so hit my local Korean. Always amazed at the various dishes that appear before you get what you've actually ordered (in my case, some marinated grilled pork chopped up, along with a kimchi stew/soup). This lot, including a litre jug of draught Leo, 450 baht. Photos really intended for M'Sahib to assure her I'd actually eaten.








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    ^ Very nice. Won't the missus be more worried about you not self isolating?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ Very nice. Won't the missus be more worried about you not self isolating?
    Sat a good distance from anyone else, and used sign language to order. I did apologise for any offense caused by my chopped pork sign.....I blame it on my arthritis in my right hand fingers.

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    Good stuff, PAG. I presume the red stew is kimchae jigae?

    The Korean banchan (side dishes) are indeed another great thing about food in Korea. The photo below is from a couple of years ago out in the sticks in the south of the country. They got a bit excited at having a couple of long noses in the house and by the time they'd stopped bringing out the sides ("You try! You try! Delicious!"), we had to stack them up on top of each other. We barely made a dent in the fish stew we'd ordered!

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    I almost miss that Bunsen burner stuff just off the rive. You know the lights glimmering on the other side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Good stuff, PAG. I presume the red stew is kimchae jigae?
    Indeed, very good.

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    Chicken parmo

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