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    If he could have arranged for a chicken tikka on naan bread with chili sauce on top, I'd have been an even happier man with that selection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Delivery from the best Mexican taco place in town.

    Pescado and camarones at the back; pastor, chicharron, carnitas, birria de res and campechano at the front.
    I want that. Now. Which country is that? Damn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forethat View Post
    I want that. Now. Which country is that? Damn...
    Colombia, mate. I also indulged in a tres leches dessert.

    I may well have eaten too much...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    ^Did bsnub deliver that to you in the time slot?
    You'd need a slot the size of Tom's.




    The Spanish writing on the box- is that the payment method over there?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    You'd need a slot the size of Tom's.


    The Spanish writing on the box- is that the payment method over there?


    Yeah, it's an, err, interesting one that. The next bit says "A kiss? No, a taco." They don't sell chips and gravy like that at home.

    Got 3 left. My missus said she can't do anymore, so it looks like it's all down to me...

    It's a tough job.

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    ^ Hope tou've got some bog roll in the fridge

    They look great.And a few steps up from Taco Bell I'd imagine.

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    Nice price too although still 2 or 3 times what I was paying on the streets of Mexico City. What a fucking place that is if you like your food.

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    This evenings simple meal of pork steak and sautéed vegetables. Dessert of mangosteen – a favorite. Simple, easy and quite enjoyable. Highly recommended.

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    I saw mangosteen for sale in Makro, Korat, two days ago. The first I've seen this season.

    I love 'em, but find them hard work to eat and does the juice ever stain your clothes... I've ruined a load of shirts eating mangosteens.

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    Let the wife prepare them, if you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    hard work to eat
    Yup, however, the missus has a light touch with the blade and performs a most correct operation of placing them on a half shell, a smaller spoon correctly sized for scooping complements the operation. Older, unsentimental t-shirt addresses errant juices. Good to go.

    There is a bit of a learned art to consumption of mangosteen - the taste certainly justifies the learning curve.

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    ^^ Ha...

    Sounds good in theory... I'm even doing me own roast tonight. My wife couldn't prepare a turd.

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    ^^ Yep I love them. Same as cutting a banana bunch... lost count of the nunber of shirts I've lost to that banana sap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    My wife couldn't prepare a turd.


    Let us dinner mugs be the judge of that

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    ^Might have finally found something in a food thread that Jeff is qualified to comment on

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    I did a leg of lamb tonight... well, three quarters of a leg as I had to saw the end off to fit it in the convection oven.

    The gardener came round for dinner...



    Lovely!



    He can't half eat... and the daughter did well also. By the time the four, no five dogs had had their share as well there was nothing left for the wife when she get's back from visiting her family.

    Oh well, them's the breaks.
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    ^

    Hope you kept your hands on top of the table......

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    Still sheltering-in-place, much to the consternation of assorted in-laws we have not opened our house up. Really a prime example of a double-edged sword. On the con side the in-laws bring lots of noise and confusion. On the pro side they bring lots of good food and improve my Thai lingual skills via conversation.

    Todays selections include spiced pork and long bean along with a delicious chicken, radish and vegetable soup. Delicious does provide an on-target descriptive.

    Dessert will be chompoo and rambutan.

    Hallmark Thai style home cooking - Gotta love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    ^

    Hope you kept your hands on top of the table......

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    ^ You enjoyed that one!

    Both of my hands were in full view for the entire meal.

    I would like to point out that it was just one isolated incident while I was in the privacy of my own office.

    I'm not in the habit of knocking one off while having guests round for dinner with my young daughter sitting at the table!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ You enjoyed that one!

    Both of my hands were in full view for the entire meal.

    I would like to point out that it was just one isolated incident while I was in the privacy of my own office.

    I'm not in the habit of knocking one off while having guests round for dinner with my young daughter sitting at the table!
    You might not hear the end of that one mate. Twas quite amusing. Right up there with loopers confession and pic sharing of checking out his girlfriends highheels. Fair enough. I dont judge. Besides my feet are way to big for that sort of thang.

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    Top effort by the wife today on a Pork Hung Lay curry.

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    ^

    Good effort.

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    My youngest felt like a steak, so I cooked her a nicely marbled piece, with couscous and baby spinach leaf salad (Spanish onions, yellow, red and green capsicum, tomatoes in a mustard and olive oil dressing.)

    She likes it rare, almost bleu, always has . . . weird for a 14-year old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    My youngest felt like a steak, so I cooked her a nicely marbled piece, with couscous and baby spinach leaf salad (Spanish onions, yellow, red and green capsicum, tomatoes in a mustard and olive oil dressing.)

    She likes it rare, almost bleu, always has . . . weird for a 14-year old.

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    Not weird.
    Different.


    ....which, is ok.

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