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    Pack of cumberlands, carton of eggs, beef mince, s&p, a bit of cayenne and paprika and I think I've topped Mendips Scotch eggs...



    Into the deep fat fryer, et viola!!!



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    Another carton of eggs, curry powder, mayo and mustard

    Et viola, devils eggs

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    Your lucky wife!

    Look great though I must admit!

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    Scotch egg, apple, French ham, pitted olives, stuffed olives, pickled onions, cherry tomatoes, baby gherkins, deviled egg, ham with olives, beetroot and gouda ..

    Et voila


    A pre-Brexit Englishmans ploughmans.

    Look and learn Snubby. Look and learn

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    ^^^ Nice, are you sleeping with the windows open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Nice, are you sleeping with the windows open.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Look and learn Snubby.
    Is Dilly in the bag before the party even gets started?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Your lucky wife!


    Someone's getting Dutch ovened tonight

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    Fucking ell, they look great. If only I could get some decent British sausages like Cumberlands or Lincolnshires...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Scotch egg, apple, French ham, pitted olives, stuffed olives, pickled onions, cherry tomatoes, baby gherkins, deviled egg, ham with olives, beetroot and gouda ..

    Et voila


    A pre-Brexit Englishmans ploughmans.

    Look and learn Snubby. Look and learn
    Bloody hell that looks good, only needs a crusty baguette on the side to be just about the perfect Ploughman's. I'm blaming Mendip for the quality of dishes and presentation of late

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    She's not appy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    only needs a crusty baguette on the side
    Yeah and some branston and a melton mowbray pork pie.

    Gonna try and make a baguette tomorrow

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    Try the Mexican wave with the bed sheet for maximum sensory overload.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Scotch egg, apple, French ham, pitted olives, stuffed olives, pickled onions, cherry tomatoes, baby gherkins, deviled egg, ham with olives, beetroot and gouda ..

    Et voila


    A pre-Brexit Englishmans ploughmans.

    Look and learn Snubby. Look and learn

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    ^

    ^^ No you don't wanna let it escape.

    The best one is the fisted cupcake, if you can squeeze a silent one out.

    She's wise to that one after 10 years though

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    Sprouts and Sauerkraut, that reminds me its time i made some - they were out of white cabbage last time i looked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Sprouts and Sauerkraut, that reminds me its time i made some - they were out of white cabbage last time i looked.
    I love sauerkraut and it's good for my dodgy gut. Stick your recipe up on here if you do.

    This one looks simple enough: Simple sauerkraut recipe | BBC Good Food

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    Turns out that pairing an average steak with several glasses of average wine = awesomeness.





    Maths aye, who knew.

    \_(ツ)_/

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    Ant ... you still doing that Caveman (carnivore) diet thing?

    How is/did it work for you?

    What/where do you usually source your meat from?
    e.g.
    Lamb from NZ
    Beef from Aus/Ang/USA ?
    Pork from ... ?
    Chicken ... local?



    Shell from Loi Kroh

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    Next go around I'll try to purchase paper straws.
    Don't bother, they are awful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Turns out that pairing an average steak with several glasses of average wine = awesomeness.





    Maths aye, who knew.

    \_(ツ)_/
    Just needs chips,

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    If only I could get some decent British sausages like Cumberlands or Lincolnshires...
    If you're located in Pattaya Manston's are really good. The price point is good too at around B200 per kilo (10 links.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD
    Ant ... you still doing that Caveman (carnivore) diet thing?

    How is/did it work for you?

    What/where do you usually source your meat from?
    e.g.
    Lamb from NZ
    Beef from Aus/Ang/USA ?
    Pork from ... ?
    Chicken ... local?




    Shell from Loi Kroh
    Yeah still on it. Hadn’t intended to be but what with all this coronavirus stuff and what have you going on it’s just easy and convenient. Been going pretty good, still enjoy it so that’s the main thing.

    Been ordering all my meat and fish from Paleo Robbies in BKK and they do a mix of NZ, Aust, and SA stuff. Some pork locally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post



    Good looking Striploin but you've got to learn to trust your instincts when cooking steak instead of making a cut in the side for a peek, then really fucking it up by cutting into the thickest part to see what's happening in there and letting the juices you've tried so hard to seal in get out

    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Just needs chips,
    That'd work, maybe a mushroom gravy too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    If you're located in Pattaya Manston's are really good.
    Agree, the place I was getting my sausages from has made some changes to what was a great product recently so thats the end of them and Manstons are now getting my business. Very good snags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Good looking Striploin but you've got to learn to trust your instincts when cooking steak instead of making a cut in the side for a peek, then really fucking it up by cutting into the thickest part to see what's happening in there and letting the juices you've tried so hard to seal in get out

    Nice spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Agree, the place I was getting my sausages from has made some changes to what was a great product recently so thats the end of them and Manstons are now getting my business. Very good snags.
    Yes, we've been loyal customers for around 2 years now. In that time we've never felt the need to change to another producer.

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