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    ^I didn't make the slaw. We supported one of our local restaurants by buying a pint of theirs.

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    ^Milk yes, beer yes. But a pint of coleslaw just sounds wrong

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    The OCD in me has me raging.

    Why is the burger 2nd from top the only burger with the cheese placed correctly?

    This is even worse than the cutting your sausages correctly for a sandwich debate.

    Cheese always goes on top so it can melt around the burger!

    Black diamonds? I shit 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post

    This baking lark is getting easy... just remember the baking soda and a pinch of salt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post

    Why is the burger 2nd from top the only burger with the cheese placed correctly?

    This is even worse than the cutting your sausages correctly for a sandwich debate.

    Cheese always goes on top so it can melt around the burger!
    Not to mention missing onions, beetroot, bacon and fried eggs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Not to mention missing onions, beetroot, bacon and fried eggs.
    Beetroot on a burger (on anything really) is definitely an Aussie food crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Beetroot on a burger (on anything really) is definitely an Aussie food crime.
    Nonsense, it's sublime.

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    ^^You spelt stroke of genius wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    Why is the burger 2nd from top the only burger with the cheese placed correctly?
    A major fail by CCC.

    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Beetroot on a burger (on anything really) is definitely an Aussie food crime.
    Fully in agreement.
    Last edited by bsnub; 18-04-2020 at 10:52 AM.

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    It's not the placement of the cheese on Bogon's Burgers, but rather the horrible slices of plastic being called cheese that's the problem there...

    Otherwise, looks pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    It's not the placement of the cheese on Bogon's Burgers
    Chittys burgers not Bogans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    ^^You spelt stroke of genius wrong
    Well yes, that too!

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    Them burgers look great!

    Tonight, pan fried blue marlin with potato salad.

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    Khao Pad Goong

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    ^Jeez that looks really nice.

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    Very nice bowie!

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    My first ever peach cobbler; a roaring success according to both the wife and me.

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    Where did you get peaches?


    Nice looking cobbler, the ice cream adds a lot.

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    ^^Yeah that'll work. Fresh peaches or tinned? We rarely (if ever) get to see fresh ones down here..

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Where did you get peaches?
    A can like all Brits.

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    Thought BiP was from Oz...

    Nothing wrong with tinned peaches...provided you dump out all the syrup they come in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    A can like all Brits.
    I'm pretty sure BiP is an Aussie and he's in Thailand

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Nothing wrong with tinned peaches...provided you dump out all the syrup they come in.
    Dead right, but there's not much better than biting into a fresh peach. Of all the food in Farangland it's peaches my other half missed the most. We use to get them occasionally years ago at Central but there's been no more, which is odd when other imported fruits like plums and avocados and wot-not are almost always available.

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    Yep, an Aussie living near Pua in northern Nan province. They were canned...Brooks brand. I've had the can for a year and since I've been unable to find them in Tesco, Big C or Makro in Nan, suspect I picked them up in a supermarket in CM. I did tip out most of the syrup but the wife's only criticism was it was a little sweet.

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    ^^Probably hard to get there because fresh peaches don't ship well...

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