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    This evening we dined on tom yum plaa, sautéed pak-ka-naa and omelet.
    Another four hour preparatory, 20 minute consumption episode.
    Dessert of mango, malagaw and grapes.

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    Dinner
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    Dessert
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Looking good AO. I got a slap of ribs in the fridge still and wondering how I want to do them.
    Have to buy these individually. I prefer a rack but this big I have no pan that will hold them while they are slow cooked in the oven. 4.5 hours, then sit for a while and on a grill of only medium heat to caramelize the rub. Last time the wife did not even use sauce which was for sure a first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Do you really have to quote the entire post again? I mean the pics are just three posts up.

    yeah, I see what you mean. Cheers for the tip



    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post




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    fixed.

    Seems reposting pics from one's phone results in attachments only but the laptop will repost the entire pics.

    weird, but ¯\_(⊙︿⊙)_/¯
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    yeah, I see what you mean. Cheers for the tip

    :thumbs: :thumb:

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Got the rub on the ribs for tomorrow. My wife prefers big St. Louis style ribs to baby backs so she gets her wish this time. Just 3 of us tomorrow so 1.5 kilos should do it. Serve with Southern pinto beans, and a Cajun potato salad. I will try to get the after shot up.

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    Coincidence or genes? Both kids called and sent photos to me for the 4th this morning. One getting ready to put a rub on for tomorrow the other had ribs tonight.

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    yummy

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    Bored of the city I headed 60km out own town for 2 days.
    Dinner 1 was Tsuiven- fried flour noodles, mutton and veggies

    Day 2- Khuushurr- fried meat pancakes, in this case it was mutton.

    A lot of beer during the day, I guess dry July won't be happening. Do long weekends count?

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    ^Apparently there's a weekend exemption in place.

    Dry July quickly became 'can you stay sober 4 days out of 7 over the course of a full month'.

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    And that's still a hard no.

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    Steak pie with all the trimmings... a six item meal for me, five for the daughter as she wont eat mushrooms!

    Some kidney would have made this perfect, but some bugger had bought the entire stock of steak an' kidney from 'Korat Chef' this week.

    It'll have to be home made pies next week.




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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    ^Apparently there's a weekend exemption in place.

    Dry July quickly became 'can you stay sober 4 days out of 7 over the course of a full month'.
    bit salty, eh?

    did someone piss in your cornflakes?

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    I'll swap Mendips pie dinner for this fishy dinner...



    Salmon kebab starters
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    Sea food platter
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    Sea Bass..
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    Chicken red curry..
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    Noodles kaboodles..
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    ^Nice.

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    I wouldn't say I'm having a Dry July, but it certainly isn't torrential. Since I discovered Blackthorn Gold in Korat it's been a sedate one or two tins an evening before and during cooking. It's only 500ml at 4.8% so considerably less alcohol than a couple of bottles of Leo, and I've been told that because of all the apples it count as one of your five a day.



    Anyway, convection oven baked garlic chicken, potatoes and carrots tonight. As part of my eternal quest to get vegetables into my daughter's digestive system I've started putting a bit of cheese on the veggies... Cheddar on the spuds, Parmesan on the carrots and I tried baking some Mozzarella on the spinach. It kind of works...


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    Pork ribs again! Served up with some creamy coleslaw, chips, and some garlic bread.

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    In the mood for a Gyro.
    Good luck getting one at my town in Florida so.
    Home made Pita bread. Not to hard to make , and tasted better that store bought.
    recipe from YouTube.
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    Grilled a couple of steaks and made The Tzatziki Sauce (Greek yogurt, grated cucumber, garlic , salt and pepper.
    recipe from YouTube.
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    Cut the steaks in thin strips , tomatoes , red onions, a couple of spoons of tzatziki sauce. On a pita bread.
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    Viola!! a delicious Gyro, to go with my corona beer.
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    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

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    For those who don[t know what a Gyro is (as one person indicated) ,
    It's a Greek thing , OPA!!!
    but you can get them all over the place in New York or Chicago.
    IMO If you never had one, you have not lived.

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    Roast shoulder of lamb with home made mint sauce, baby new potatoes and bell peppers stuffed with rice and cheddar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    Roast shoulder of lamb with home made mint sauce, baby new potatoes and bell peppers stuffed with rice and cheddar.

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    TD would not allow me to give you a Green , So here you go. __
    If this tasted as good as it looks......

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    ^Thanks, mate.

    It was lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    If this tasted as good as it looks......
    Agreed I could do with a plate of that.

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    Did our weekly Makro run today. Stopped at a local Thai kitchen – well buried behind one of the typical gas station stops on the expressway. This is an excellent, unadvertised kitchen – it is named but has no sign. Small family operation with mother and daughters doing the cooking and dad handling the register. Only has four small tables for eat in and very few customers eat in. Lots of take out traffic. Always fresh, always good eats.

    So, this evening it was Pad Woon Sen Pak, Gaeng Som Goong, and Spicy Crisped Fish. Dessert of persimmons and rambutan.

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    Pad Woon Sen Pak
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    Gaeng Som Goong
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    ^

    That looks good and I do like it. I am 90% sure I could eat that every day.

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