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    ^ I have a suspicion.

    Chicken Bisto?

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    Nice. needs beans

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    ....or, what passes for a decent sausage.
    English Bangers, indeed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Chicken Bisto?
    It was either that or a normal one with reduced salt. Those things are never good.

    And yeah, it's Luigi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Nice. needs beans
    If Pag hadn't made that lamb dinner

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    Are we on day 3 now with the mash and cheese with tomato combo?

    That cheese still not browning for you Dilly?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Dunno what to call this one, It's a kinda Northerners hybrid of Bangers and mash and toad in, or rather out of the hole, with cheese.
    How about calling it Andrew toad in the Cole?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    Are we on day 3 now with the mash and cheese with tomato combo?
    Yep that's it finished now.


    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    How about calling it Andrew toad in the Cole?
    How rude

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    I love beans with lamb, outvoted.
    Gravy & condiments followed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post

    D'ya know who it is yet?
    Mendip's nightmare of being cuckolded by the gardener?

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    ^

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    ^^ I think that's a lot to read into what just looks like a half eaten mess on a plate to me!

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    Since the sequestration, we've been ordering in 5-6 nights a week from Thai-Chinese restaurants. As a result, I've learned quite a bit about the incredible number of choices available. Tonight's dinner: stir-fried sunflower seed sprouts, fried tofu with salt and chilis, and steamed local clams with Thai basil on steamed rice.

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    Looks good.
    chicken in mine with the freshest of fresh.

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    Sunday roast ...

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    Pork Chit? apple sauce I'd smash that.

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    Roasted chicken breasts, broccoli, mash with onion gravy..

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    ...^I've always admired those place mats...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Roasted chicken breasts, broccoli, mash with onion gravy..

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    Would you like a drizzle of mashed to go with your gravy?

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    This evenings dinner – we enjoyed a bit of spicy chicken with bamboo and sautéed vegetables. Dessert will be Papaya and Longan.

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    ^

    Looks very healthy. I could dig into that. Love the bendy straws in the drinks.

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    'tis good stuff - I lucked out in the marriage game. Never knew she could cook when we got hitched.

    Healthy - probably, Thai seasoning may impact the healthiness. Absolutely delicious minimizes my healthiness concern - if I don't exercise the pounds or kilos do add up.

    Bendy straws - for class acts only

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    I lucked out in the marriage game.
    Clearly.



    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    Bendy straws - for class acts only

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    ^^ Funny how things turn out... I knew my wife could cook before we got hitched... good cook as well. These days I'd have to draw a map for her to find the kitchen. Your wife there Bowie has cooked more dishes for one meal than mine would in a month.

    But anyway... for a real class act, get yerself some metal straws. Ditch that plastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    These days I'd have to draw a map for her to find the kitchen.


    This deserves a thread of its own.

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    To expand on the cooking issue a bit - I worked in Bangkok 25+ years ago - we/my wife (girlfriend at the time) did lots of restaurant stuff, home cooked meals were by her older sisters. Asian financial crisis - money dried up - I repatriated back to the USA and invited my girlfriend to join me - she took a chance (didn't speak a word of English) and it worked. Had to wait six months in Bangkok without a paycheck for her US immigration visa - another story.

    Once she was in the States I found out just how good a cook she is.

    Food is so cheap in Thailand - why bother cooking and the associated cleaning of cookware, dishware and utensils.

    The only reason she cooks now is boredom with "Sheltering in Place" cooking gives her something to do.



    Straws - metal straws are a health hazard virtually impossible to clean correctly and I'm not about to boil water to sterilize straws. Next go around I'll try to purchase paper straws. I purchased the plastic straws in bulk at Makro a couple yeas ago and probably still have 2-3 years supply left.

    "Life's Been Good To Me So Far"

    My best to you and yours

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