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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    stick that in ya Kingwilly and smoke it.
    eh?

    You drunk, bruh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    eh?

    You drunk, bruh?
    *Checks* yep it's a day ending in a 'Y' so probably.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    eh? You drunk, bruh?
    Nope. But you do MOD the Manwich thread don't ya

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    Today our Moo Baan truck vendor brought a load of prawns. Medium sized at THB 10 per. So, we had spiced shrimp along with a soup of tofu, mushrooms and pork. Four plus hours of preparation and all of twenty minutes to consume. As the head chef did all the work it was well worth the effort.

    She purchased 20 goong THB 200 @ USD $6. The same would have run us 3X that in one of the Asian Grocery stores in Philly. Here, most folk passed too expensive.

    A fully satisfying, downright delicious meal. Properly spiced shrimp on a bed of jasmine rice complimented by a soup of mixed ingredients, tofu, pork, mushrooms that blended perfectly.

    Dessert will be a plate of rambutan, apple and lychee. Truly a fine finishing touch.


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    That looks great. Just my cup of chai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    hat looks great. Just my cup of chai.
    Agreed! Fantastic!

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    Thanks to all for the comments - I did hit the proverbial lottery with the better half. As stated in the post - four plus hours preparatory for 20 minutes of great eating. I've seen your contributions, the meals you prepared, and the food resulting. Congratulations to you for garnering the know how and experience. I eat well through marriage. On my own, it's microwave out-of-the-box.

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    So it made it to the plate...finally, tasty too; spicy and smokey and enough beans for a dutch oven.

    Dinner-chilli-con-bacon-jpg

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    Looking good.

    The wife will be pleased too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    What would make this thread even better is if one of our resident Brits - perhaps yourself - posted a picture of a proper curry from a proper curry house at home. I'm missing traditional British food like lamb jalfrezi, chicken tikka masala, tandoori, samosas, saag aloo, prawn puri and naan bread like you can't believe.

    Gimme some hardcore food porn!
    Hmmm,don't remind me.

    All curry houses and restaurants are still closed.

    Been craving for a decent Indian, might have to order a takeaway.

    Prawn Madras
    Lamb Rogan Josh
    Pillai Rice
    Garlic Nan
    Pompadoms with all the sides.
    Hmmm..


    The munchies are coming on thick and fast

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    Dinner-s__15523889-jpg

    ...a satisfying mid-week dinner: half a hearty tomato-Gruyere omelet with grainy baguette from Paul...

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    I'm still determined to get me money's worth out of this skillet... so it was pan-seared tuna steaks last night.

    Slightly better than my effort with the beef steaks... I think...






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    ^

    The one I ordered (skillet) has literally just arrived. I look forward to using it in anger over the coming months/years. Your tuna looks great, one of M'Sahibs favourites.


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    Not bad Mendip, still a bit too medium for me.

    I spent some time on Ascension Island in the mid Atlantic nr the Equator and they have great Tuna fishing there. Caught my first one which was 26 Kgs, they blood you a bit like fox hunting and get you to eat the raw liver, not all of it. On the Island they can't give the Tuna away, they feed it to the cats and dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    so it was pan-seared tuna steaks last night.
    Appreciate the effort but that is way overcooked.

    Should be more like this...

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    That certainly looks like less of a slog.

    I'd add capers.

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    ^^^^^

    This photo is from a couple of months ago at our local Korean restaurant, and M'Sahib's normal order. That's roasted sesame seeds outside the tuna, and a mixed salad and bowl of wasabi.


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    You lot are pilling the pressure on Mendip

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    ^ They certainly are... but I love a challenge!

    I may just knock up a Beef Wellington tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    On my own, it's microwave out-of-the-box.
    That and Powdered Mashed Potatoes
    Bachelor's best friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    That and Powdered Mashed Potatoes
    Bachelor's best friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    That and Powdered Mashed Potatoes
    Helge no need these days, they have frozen mash in most supermarkets and THB an extra dab of butter and its pretty good - minimal arse ache and 4 mins in the microwave 1 / Kg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    frozen mash


    FFS - It's not hard, even for a bloke to make a fresh spuds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Powdered Mashed Potatoes
    A big no on that - you have to go multipurpose - use this instead - tastes better

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    FFS - It's not hard, even for a bloke to make a fresh spuds.
    FFS you are right but sometimes when you work and its late you can't be arsed to peel, boil and mash a load of potatoes for one.

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