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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    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...

    soup or gravy?

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    Well... I simmered the lamb for a few hours in water with a chopped onion, then added potatoes and carrots near the end. Thickened it up right at the end with stock.

    Is that soup, gravy, stew or maybe a broth? I have no idea!

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    I just caught dinner for tonight...



    I have a choice of filleted pla nin, fried in batter and served up with chips and peas; or chopped up pla sawai, coated in salt, dried in the sun and then fried up.

    After several nanoseconds thought I decided on the fish an' chips!

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    Todays dinner is/was Moo Pad Prik Yud and sautéed vegetables on a bed of jasmine rice.

    Nice and spicy – certainly going to do this one again.


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    ^ you remind me of me 30 years ago when first married. Every night she cooked or if late I picked up Kau gang and we ate together when she got home. But after a few years I got tired of Thai every night. Sorry to say just as I am getting tired of this each and every night. But who am I to say...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Sorry to say just as I am getting tired of this each and every night.
    I hope he does not take it the wrong way. The pics are good and I hope he keeps them coming but the food all starts to look the same after a while.

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    Well, frankly I'm quite tired of taking the pix and posting - PITA. The food tends to look the same because it pretty much is the same. Not really a slew of variety coming out of a single kitchen and a single cook. Want more variety - best call out to others - find a few more contributors.

    That being said; pix'll end soon because the lockdown will end soon. The past month or so of dinner pix is an anomaly thanks to Covid. The wife would much rather dine out than cook in.

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    Bowie ... get the barbie (BBQ) out ... wack a cow on the head ... sizzle away

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    ^^ keep em coming Bowie, AO can just stick you on ignore and bingo no more Thai food.

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    There...


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    Life for everyone is pretty repetitous at the moment, whether it be binge watching TV or planning the family's meals. Life goes on and whatever helps and maintains focus is never wasted. Keep cooking Bowie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    There...

    Now that looks tasty!

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    What's your fish batter recipe and method Mendip? Always looks good.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    Well, frankly I'm quite tired of taking the pix and posting
    I doubt ao was dissing your food, rather the repetitiveness of all our meals, especially traditional Thai ones - heck, it's been how many weeks now that we've not been out for Korean, Japanese, Indian etc...

    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    The wife would much rather dine out than cook in
    Wouldn't we all . . . Soon. Very soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    There...
    That's a nice looking piece of fish

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    I'd take good Thai food over western food any-day, different strokes for different folks. I like the pics, there is no good Thai food in Mongolia so it is nice to see some!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    What's your fish batter recipe and method Mendip? Always looks good.

    Thanks in advance.
    HW... Tempura Flour, you can get it anywhere.

    Just mix with water into a paste. I cover the fish fillets with dry plain flour first, then dunk them in the batter. The dry flour seems to help the batter stick.

    I use it for SPAM fritters as well and now I'm thinking of trying battered sausages.


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    This is good to know, plenty of frozen fish here but no good fish and chips, guess I will make my own!

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    I doubt ao was dissing your food
    AO wasn't dissing the food and it is a fair comment. Repetitive to a point when the Blah factor appears. The novelty has worn off and I was finding the reporting a task. A month plus is more than enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I use it for SPAM fritters as well and now I'm thinking of trying battered sausages
    Willy will red ya if you post up pics of SPAM cuisine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    Willy will red ya if you post up pics of SPAM cuisine.

    I'm sure I will not be the only one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    and now I'm thinking of trying battered sausages.

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    A busy admin heavy day left me in no mood to cook. Dropped into a local bistro for a quick Hanger Steak

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    Dieting again, 'ey.....??




    Steak, spud, and cake - passable.
    Only critique: one doesn't burn asparagus. Not acceptable.

    Gauche.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I cover the fish fillets with dry plain flour first, then dunk them in the batter. The dry flour seems to help the batter stick.
    I do that too plus mix in corn starch with the flour. About half and half. The corn starch seems to help things get even crispier. Definitely solved the problem of the batter not sticking to the fish.

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    I don't really deep fry at home but the fish and chips and talk of batter on this page made sure I went somewhere that does know what they're doing for dinner this evening.
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    I don't know how to make a good Crumble either so.....
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