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    The wife's runner bean and pork adobo, delishiouso!

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    ^ Mr Topper, I often get adobo when I'm working offshore... we usually have Filipino night cooks. I love it. They also regularly make this stewed/baked/roasted ox tail which I also love, but can't find a good recipe. Does your wife make that, or know how to? I'd love to cook one up sometime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I often get adobo when I'm working offshore... we usually have Filipino night cooks.
    Just curious do they work full time as cooks? Maybe in these slow times you should start an offshore thread to show your life when you are at work?

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    ^ Mate, they'll be on rotation like everyone else. The Filipinos in Norway are usually 6 weeks on/6 weeks off. So yes, it's a full time job. They used to get horribly abused and made to do 3 month, 6 month etc trips, but thankfully those days have gone... at least in some parts.

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    ^^ There's Filipinos everywhere offshore... catering, ships engineers, ABs, etc. Could have been Thais just as easily if they could speak comprehensible English.

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    This was meant to be a lunch time snack but ended up having for dinner.

    Local aubergines aren't really big enough for this dish but used the following ingredients, except for the olives. I was wandering whether to use olives or chilli and decided on chilli. I guess you could use both but I scoffed the olives while I was deliberating.

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    sliced, diced, and chopped them up and included the sweet basil, which I'd left in the fridge...

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    Only grated parmesan in the cupboard and no ricotta or mozzerella so I used a couple of packets of some Aussie mixed grated cheeses.

    to make Troy's local version of aubergine parmigiana...

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    The baking tray was a bit big for the number of ingredients and I didn't make enough tomato sauce. No problem, just added some extra sliced tomatoes before topping with cheese.

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    Looks good Troy, what did you have with it? Pork chops

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Mr Topper, I often get adobo when I'm working offshore... we usually have Filipino night cooks. I love it. They also regularly make this stewed/baked/roasted ox tail which I also love, but can't find a good recipe. Does your wife make that, or know how to? I'd love to cook one up sometime
    Sorry, not oxtail. I like adobo pretty well myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Looks good Troy, what did you have with it? Pork chops
    That would have been nice but no, I had it with salad and a beer.

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    An unusual one.

    The other day i bought a pork shoulder joint 2.2Kg. I lopped off nearly 1Kg for the forthcoming 10 month out of date Pataks Madras, Vindaloo and Bhuna blending with green lentils.

    The roast saw me through three meals and so i had left over cooked pork. After PAGs lovely sheppards pie i thought why not, so i sweated onions, carrots and smoked bacon and to this i added finely chopped pork together with garlic, toms and paprika, pepper etc.

    Won't win beauty awards but its tasty. Too soon for my Sauerkraut unfortunately.

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    Chief cook took the day off. Purchased dinner for our local food stalls.

    So, tonights repast is black rice (looks pink to me) with egg and pork, heavily spiced and quite appetizing plus curried vegetables over rice and noodles. Dessert of mango.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Looks good Troy, what did you have with it? Pork chops
    Yes, it does. Who would have thought a German would have had such a sensible use for a penis shaped vegetable?



    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    An unusual one.

    The other day i bought a pork shoulder joint 2.2Kg. I lopped off nearly 1Kg for the forthcoming 10 month out of date Pataks Madras, Vindaloo and Bhuna blending with green lentils.

    The roast saw me through three meals and so i had left over cooked pork. After PAGs lovely sheppards pie i thought why not, so i sweated onions, carrots and smoked bacon and to this i added finely chopped pork together with garlic, toms and paprika, pepper etc.

    Won't win beauty awards but its tasty. Too soon for my Sauerkraut unfortunately.

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    Yeah, looks tasty (if a little Munich based for my liking...





















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    Munich - how dare you that's finest mash and cheddar on the top. Italian Toms- Check, Hungarian Paprika - Check, Most of the rest English - Check, German OEM Car Parts - Nein!!!!















    Strange Yerman glass table sports - noooooooo

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    Must say, the air fryer spud was great





    After dinner entertainment





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    Uh-huh....
    Some of us have real dogs.

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    Head chef’s back on the clock. This evening we dined on Spiced Pork, the left over Khao Pat Pu and Sautéed Vegetables. Dessert will be mangos and apples. Yum, Yum, Yum, about sums in up. Buon appetito.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Munich - how dare you that's finest mash and cheddar on the top. Italian Toms- Check, Hungarian Paprika - Check, Most of the rest English - Check, German OEM Car Parts - Nein!!!!












    It does look good, I think I'll try a cottage pie in the AirFryer over the next couple of days.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Must say, the air fryer spud was great





    After dinner entertainment




    Looks nice. Airfryers are excellent for jacket potatoes.


    I am currently making a rice pudding in the AirFryer, had no cinnamon or nutmeg, so threw in sole coconut oil (by the smell of the cooking, maybe too much...). We will see. When it's done I'll take a couple of snaps and give an honest appraisal - in about an hour it should be ready.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    I am currently making a rice pudding in the AirFryer, had no cinnamon or nutmeg, so threw in sole coconut oil
    A good few dollops of jam should sort that out.

    I wonder if you're gonna get that nice thick skin on it, like Ma used to make.



    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    Head chef’s back on the clock. This evening we dined on Spiced Pork, the left over Khao Pat Pu and Sautéed Vegetables. Dessert will be mangos and apples. Yum, Yum, Yum, about sums in up. Buon appetito.
    Looks great as usual... but dont you get fed up of Thai food every day? Or wanna add a kilo of sugar to the fruit and make a flan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    I am currently making a rice pudding in the AirFryer, had no cinnamon or nutmeg, so threw in sole coconut oil
    A good few dollops of jam should sort that out.

    I wonder if you're gonna get that nice thick skin on it, like Ma used to make.



    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    Head chef’s back on the clock. This evening we dined on Spiced Pork, the left over Khao Pat Pu and Sautéed Vegetables. Dessert will be mangos and apples. Yum, Yum, Yum, about sums in up. Buon appetito.
    Looks great as usual... but dont you get fed up of Thai food every day? Or wanna add a kilo of sugar to the fruit and make a flan?
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    Some of us have real dogs.
    Poodles are the second cleverest dog breed apparently. What dog you got Jeff. Hopefully not a bloodbound, poor thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Poodles are the second cleverest dog breed apparently. What dog
    How many dogs have you got? I think you are developing a bad case of canine Kleptomania.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Looks great as usual... but dont you get fed up of Thai food every day?
    Not at all. I fill in all the corners with healthy additions of carbohydrates and sugars. All the good tasting bad stuff. Not to mention assortments of deep fried chicken and spare ribs, burgers, KFC and pizzas. Gotta maintain the balance... You know, all the good stuff the docs say is bad for you.

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    Tastes really good - but next time I'd use coconut cream rather than coconut oil; might add double cream to make it extra creamy too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    coconut oil
    You are funny Bets..

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    You are funny Bets..

    If he only knew....


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    ^^^ I've never claimed to be a good cook, I just bought a fancy phone. But... am I missing something here... why the fuk would you fry a rice pudding???

    A long time before I'd even heard of Asia our family used to have rice pudding for pudding every Saturday lunch time (which was dinner time). I'm pretty sure my mum baked rice with milk and butter in the oven. I'm very sure she didn't fry it.

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