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    Mash and baked spuds?

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    Boiled two types and roasted one.

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    Only one type of potato, but I reckon roasted is the best.

    And the never-ending battle to get veggies down the daughter.

    As for another thread... all I can say is that if my wife provides food for our daughter it will invariably be kai jeow with rice or chicken with rice, and not a vegetable to be seen. Fruit no problem, but a scarcity of veg would be eaten for sure.



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    Forgot to post the other night.

    All turned out pretty good I think, certainly tasted good:






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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Only one type of potato, but I reckon roasted is the best.

    And the never-ending battle to get veggies down the daughter.

    As for another thread... all I can say is that if my wife provides food for our daughter it will invariable be kai jeow with rice, or chicken with rice, and not a vegetable to be seen. Fruit no problem, but a scarcity of veg would be eaten for sure.

    Sprouts: Yes!
    Funny how I wasn't keen on them when I was young. Love them now, especially fresh. The frozen ones are just okay. It is a while since I had fresh sprouts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    All turned out pretty good I think, certainly tasted good:


    Duck? I thought you didn't eat or like duck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna
    Duck? I thought you didn't eat or like duck.
    Nope ribs.

    Though now you've mentioned it I can see it so they are oddly duck-looking ribs.

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    ^You need to see an Optometrist and take Nev with you Looks nothing like Duck, but a lot like ribs.

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    Spiced prawns with a soup of ribs and radish, dessert of Som Oh…

    the all important spices
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    mortared and ready
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    a bit of fire
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    goong
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    more spices
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    ready
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    dinner
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    dessert
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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    ^You need to see an Optometrist and take Nev with you Looks nothing like Duck, but a lot like ribs.
    It was the colour of it and the way the skin looks. Looks very much like how Thais cook their ducks - a particular way of cooking it in Isaan, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
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    I'm very much in the mood for some pomelo right now. I love it. But I haven't got any!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    It was the colour of it and the way the skin looks. Looks very much like how Thais cook their ducks - a particular way of cooking it in Isaan, anyway.
    Ok, I can see how anyone not living in Isaan could have mistaken it now.

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    Great stuff. A different meal for a different mood: Mendip's roast, Ant's BBQ and Bowie's Thai.

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    Roast beef joint, new potatoes, mushrooms and mixed peppers, with a red wine gravy.

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    A branch of Better Burger has opened, I did not know the was even a chain. Anyway, around 5USD got this, an extra plate of fries and a coke. A little cheaper than Burger King, closer to home and much much better in terms of meat quality, even if the patty was on the thin side. Veggies were nice and crisp and the swiss cheese was better than that plastic garbage.

    I'll be adding it to the list of decent places to eat when I am too lazy to cook.

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    Lamb with all the trimmings..
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    Very nice

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    ^I like the amount of veggies on the plate, it is as it should be!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    ^I like the amount of veggies on the plate, it is as it should be!


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    ^

    What is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Lamb with all the trimmings
    Damn, that looks good. I got food poisoning from eating lamb on an oil rig off Vietnam in 2015 and have never had the urge for lamb since, but I think it's time now...

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    Maybe you soccer fags can explain those weird cup things in the top of Chities post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    ^

    What is it?


    Not telling you

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Maybe you soccer fags can explain those weird cup things in the top of Chities post.

    Yorkshire puddings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Yorkshire puddings.
    Interesting. No wonder that hobbits were conceived from English culture.


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