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    ^ Mendip, AirFryers are badly named - they are a type of convection oven with a grill and a fan - they bake.

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    You are funny Bets..
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    If he only knew....




    Worked great...
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    ^ has no place in rice pud, i like bay leaf in mine, cardamom is good too.

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    ^ ^You dont wanna use that EVCO for cooking. It has a low burning point.

    Is good for your and Chok Dees hair though and a good fat burner.

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    ^ thanks Dill, now explain your proliferation of pooches

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ ^You dont wanna use that EVCO for cooking. It has a low burning point.

    Is good for your and Chok Dees hair though and a good fat burner.

    FFS.
    We're gonna be getting EVCO references/posts from Bets for months on end now.
    Seems to be the latest fashion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    explain your proliferation of pooches
    1shi-tzu, 2 schnausers and 1 poodle which are my breeding line to shitznaus, pooschnaus, shitpoos and pooshits.

    Jeff's already shown an interest

    With the shitpoo i'm trying to breed out the retarded gene and the wonky teeth of the shi tzu and with the schnoodle I'm trying to get rid of the stubborness of the schnauser and give their offspring half a brain.

    All whilst making them lovely and wooly and capable of joining a circus.

    If it doesn't work out, I know a place in Korat where I can drop them in the dark of night


    What a pistol! Smart, active, and adorable, the Schnoodle has become a popular hybrid dog breed. He’s a cross between the Poodle and the Schnauzer and can be found in many colors. Ranging from 6 to 76 pounds, the Schnoodle has a place as a lap dog, a family dog, a therapy dog, or a performance dog. The vast majority of them are small dogs. The appeal of this hybrid is that they generally have the Poodle’s willingness to please mixed with the sturdiness and activity of the Schnauzer. Playful and lovable, this dog lives to have fun and is always the center of attention.

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    We might be looking forward to Malay-style doggy BBQ?

    Nice start up business.
    We know what you're doing with those poor little mutts.
    ....and they're so adorable.


    How could you.

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    Our new little starved addition to the family only seems to eat fish, so this morning I did a bit of fishing in our pond for her...

    Yes, we still have some decent pla nin after the disaster. The two biggest here were 0.7kg each... not as big as the hormone and antibiotic loaded market fish, but these are 100% organic!



    More than enough for humans and dog... the gardener got busy.



    There's a fish under there somewhere!



    This was delicious... the gardener did us proud. But... I know it's healthy and all that but it's very hard work. Half way though I was wishing it was an all day breakfast with an extra sausage and black pudding!


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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    We're gonna be getting EVCO references
    Remember Luigi before he flounced and his EVOO, s&p and nions references?

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    ^^ He'd make a great wife, that gardener

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    1shi-tzu, 2 schnausers and 1 poodle which are my breeding line to shitznaus, pooschnaus, shitpoos and pooshits.
    needs a thread but still has more a case in the diner thread than Betts coconut oil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Remember Luigi before he flounced and his EVOO, s&p and nions references?
    Speaking of which, missing the young fella's presence and subliminal wit - or whatever series of multis he's using as a diversion these days.

    Popped up outta the blue last week with a single post, after a long and mysterious absence [but not really].
    Kind of a weird show.

    Never mind.
    Back to the Dinner thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^^ He'd make a great wife, that gardener
    Nothing like home grown muddy pond bottom fish - traditionally prepared!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Speaking of which, missing the young fella's presence and subliminal wit - or whatever series of multis he's using as a diversion these days.

    Popped up outta the blue last week with a single post, after a long and mysterious absence [but not really].
    Kind of a weird show.

    Never mind.
    Back to the Dinner thread.

    +1

    Damm, am I drunk ... Jeff is making more sense then usual

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    Dinner-img-20200316-wa0012-jpeg

    An effort at making Parmigiana di melanzane. Tasted very nice indeed. Had it with some bresse chicken and a lovely glass of pinot gris. A delight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    and his EVOO, s&p and nions references?
    SPG

    #justsayin

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    ^ Lost me there?


    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    An effort at making Parmigiana


    Looks like kippers in a bowl of tomato soup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Looks like kippers in a bowl of tomato soup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ Lost me there?
    Salt, Pepper & Garlic Powder.

    Basic seasoning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Salt, Pepper & Garlic Powder.

    Basic seasoning.
    For some, perhaps...
    Basic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Salt, Pepper & Garlic Powder.

    Basic seasoning.
    I know what you mean, mate but, sadly, someposters don't understand basic seasonings such as salt, pepper, garlic powder and coconut oil...

    (BTW, I was desperate for ingredients, late at night and the coconut milk was not available - it was a last minute decision to throw some coconut oil in for some taste, it worked to an extent, but not ideal...)
    How do I post these pictures???

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    For some, perhaps...
    Basic.
    So what do you use whe...

    Oh it's only Jeff again, hinting he knows something about another topic but unable to expand or add anything helpful.
    Typical.

    Fuck off Jeff.

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    So, this evening the head chef and bottle washer was in Bangkok proper so, no cooking, just buying. She picked up this evenings dinner and desserts. Yea, more of that Thai stuff. Tonight we dined on pork and beef jerky Thai style. Add tofu and potatoes along with sticky rice. A nice sweet and spicy peanut dipping sauce. Yup, a culinary delight. Only took her five minutes to prep and serve (less travel time), vice a couple of hours of staging, washing, cutting, cooking, and clean up - probably a fair time trade, but, she was Bangkok with her sister anyway. Works for me. Good and satisfying food. Followed by dessert of papaya, melon and pineapple with mango and apples on standby, just in case.

    A few words on Thai food. Never get bored with Thai food as I’ve got a very good alternating schedule of flavors and types. The varied tastes, sauces, and styles allow for a very a large selection. When I do get a hankering for Yank food a cut of beef with potatoes, or Italian – poor quality Italian food both here and in the US, and I do know what I am missing. There is always Bangkok proper. There is some fine dining available in the Big Mango – pricey, but absence makes it well worth it.

    So Be It. In the USA I had my mother and wife as the cooking crew (along with a slew of friends) so I was enjoying a good 50/50 mix of Thai - American. Today, @ 80% Thai alternated with the variety of junk foods and fine dining available here. Works well for me.

    Really, the only criteria I use to adjust my diet is monitoring my weight. Easy to do. Exercise, and lighten up a bit on consumption when the scales start to brush against my set points.

    Of course, this sheltering in place has thrown a bit of a wrench in the works. Just gotta adapt.


    Threw in an FYI shot of my second to last one pounder (454g) bag of beef jerky I brought back from my last USA visit for comparison purposes, staged next to the 35 gram bag of jerky available locally in Nonthaburi – yea, there is NO comparison.

    Anyway - here's dinner.


    Potatoes, Tofu and Dipping Sauce


    Beef/Pork Jerky - Thai Style


    Dinner



    Prepackaged Jerky, USA 454g, Thai 35g - oh the sacrifices we make


    Desserts
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    Hell ya on the Beef Jerkey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Beef Jerkey.
    yea, teeny tiny 35g bags available locally

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