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    The hotch botch


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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Not weird.
    Different.


    ....which, is ok.
    Yes, it is, mate. Very, very ok.

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    Chefs night off. She’s been suffering an eye infection – a ton of tests, THB 10k and a weeks worth of antibiotic eyedrops coming to an end. Eye itching and tearing, getting better. Follow-up appointment in a week. Today, a day of rest.

    Hit one of the local open air markets. Stocked up on fruits and dinner. Quite a haul for THB 400 – just gotta love it. Mangos, watermelon, chompoo, mangosteen, ya woo sen, gaeng gai and kai luk koi for dinner along with roti and nam Toohey for dessert.

    dinner/roti/nam toohey (some assembly required)
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    Ya Woo Sen
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    Kai Luk Koi
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    Dinner
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    Sorry, doesn't look appetising . . . .


    I hope your wife's eye heals quickly

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    ^ My missus has a similar problem - she often can't effing see herself cooking.....

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    ^ My missus has it even worse... she can't even find the bladdy kitchen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Sorry, doesn't look appetising . . . .
    I reckon it looks good!

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    Yea - ^ ^^ ^^^

    But, she's been cooking up a storm since this covid lockdown. It's all up to her anyway. The house is spotless, watched a decades worth of Thai soaps this past month, she does a couple hours exercise, 2-3 hours cooking, watching TV and chatting on the phone. Ain't the same as visiting. As far as her eye, well, docs pretty certain it's an infection but has not been able to get a test result to confirm his suspicion. The pro side is through testing, all serious problems have been eliminated. Already did two full blown dilations and a half dozen retinal tests and checks.

    We are the last day of a weeks worth of antibiotic eye drops. Itching and tearing from the antibiotic drops. But, all things set aside, there is nothing seriously wrong. Will see this next check up. She had to go to a second hospital for her second set of specialized tests. But, again, the doc has eliminated any serious problem. All the important stuff is where it should be and not causing problems. Retina's good - no signs of a tear or a detachment, glaucoma, lens, cataracts, all OK.

    She has never been afraid or hesitant with the cooking stuff - always knew just where the kitchen is - but, Thai meals do take a considerable amount of time to prepare. Figure two hours minimum plus cleanup. Good food is ridiculously cheap in Thailand - why bother cooking. Unless of course, you are sheltering in place.

    Silver linings and clouds ya know...
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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    She likes it rare, almost bleu, always has . . . weird for a 14-year old.

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    Rarer than a Caucasian perp on Bait Car

    Far better that she likes her steak cooked this way instead of well done though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Rarer than a Caucasian perp on Bait Car
    I had to look that up . . . Bait cars . . . cool idea

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    On Sunday I had to saw off the end of our leg of lamb to fit it into the convection oven for roasting.

    Glad I did... tonight I used the end bit for lamb stew!





    And there was a bit of lamb left over for our new little dog! Sorry Shutree...

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    Missed out again!

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    Well, i bit the bullet and made my Pork & Green Lentil BhunaMadrasaLoo. Fuk it was hot but actually very nice.

    Take 1 ish Kg of Pork, 3 cans of Green Lentils, combined with 2 large sauteed onions, 3 fresh red chillis (for luck) and finally ensure you have properly matured jars of Pataks Bhuna, Vindaloo and Madras sauces. I suggest at least 9 months past their use by date but just to safe i went with 10 months. Throw everything the slowcooker overnight and its ready for Brunch, Lunch and 2nd Lunch - i am stuffed. Tomorrow could be interesting.

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    ^ are they baked beans?

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    You know, i got them in the market..remember when you could buy mystery tins with the label missing. I fished out the peach slices coz i knew Snubs would given me stick. Enough left for 4 square tomorrow and frankly i may have a cheeky bowl later with bread and butter of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    i knew Snubs would given me stick.
    It sounds like it could work, so I googled baked bean curry and came up with this guy, a fellow Countryman of yours....

    Baked bean fan transforms his council house into a museum dedicated to his favourite food

    Is that you, Barry?



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    The slow cooking turns the otherwise inedible vegan staple green lentils into curry infused bloated mini saucers, would have LD breaking into a sweat.

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    Just over an hour or so in the oven followed by a 10 minute gravy with a bit of stock, a few herbs and a drop of lemon juice.

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    The crack on the plate adding to the rustic vibe...

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    ^ that would make a fine break in my 2-3 day curry repast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    a 10 minute gravy


    Looks like melted Lard, lar.

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    Aquaman has come out punchy tonight, successful crossing?

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    Could also be Nonna's poached lemon sauce recipe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post


    Could also be Nonna's poached lemon sauce recipe
    Could also be jizz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    ^ that would make a fine break in my 2-3 day curry repast.
    I wouldn't wanna be downwind of you at the moment.

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    Burrrrrrpppp all good at the mo

    Its the Dutch Oven tonight and tomorrows lockdown i'm dreading

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