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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    when I lived in WA you could get something called a 'floater' in a pie shop.
    Yes, I think that's now been officially proclaimed as an australian heritage icon, or somethng ridiculous.

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    ...and for an authentic dessert enjoyed in trailer parks everywhere:

    Dinner-eft4-q7wkaeg1y4-jpg

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    My dinner will Trump that . . . just love petai . . .


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    This seems quiet fitting, now on this page.






    Saw a box of these in a small mom n pop shop, so picked one up out of sheer morbid curiosity.

    Don't think I've ever seen beef curry sold in cans before.


    Might crack it open when I get home completely bladdered at 3am tonight.

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    ^^ I love 'em too.

    Never seen them frozen before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    This seems quiet fitting, now on this page.






    Saw a box of these in a small mom n pop shop, so picked one up out of sheer morbid curiosity.

    Don't think I've ever seen beef curry sold in cans before.


    Might crack it open when I get home completely bladdered at 3am tonight.
    Burmese beef curry with gatlic. (sic)
    Good to know it is halal too.
    Remember what curiosity did to the cat.

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    To be honest, I'm not sure Myanmar is renown for it's cattle breeds.

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    Flying Horse Cunning Factory

    are you into importing drugs?

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    I have been known to accidentally ship commercial quantities of bullshit, if that counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Don't think I've ever seen beef curry sold in cans before.
    There's a yellow chicken curry in a can sold here that's actually pretty bloody tasty! Normally always have some in the cupboard but don't now, will post a pic after the next grocery run that should get the purists fired up

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    ^^ I love 'em too.

    Never seen them frozen before.
    That's the only way you can get them here . . . in one Asian supermarket, along with frozen durian.


    So, this is it, luckily my wife is quite a good cook - whether Asian or Western.

    Onions, garlic, coconut & pandan vegan 'meat' (soy and mushroom), a dash of chili sauce and chili oil . . .


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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
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    I detest that. In the old days Singapore taxi drivers would have bundles of it in the back of the cab, as an organic "air freshener".

    The smell was just awful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    I detest that. In the old days Singapore taxi drivers would have bundles of it in the back of the cab, as an organic "air freshener".
    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    The smell was just awful.
    Still do . . . smells nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    My dinner will Trump that . . . just love petai . . .


    Yum!!

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    Those tinned curries are a thing in Malaysia and they're actually quite tasty (beef and chicken). I'm guessing that Headworx's can that he usually has in the cupboard might also be a Yeo's import from Malaysia?

    Dinner-yeos-brand-chicken-curry-display-600w


    As for petai, it always makes your piss stink, doesn't it?

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    ^^

    Tacos look great!

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    Tacos......damn I miss them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    As for petai, it always makes your piss stink, doesn't it?
    That's been my experience.

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    About 9/10 on the Sugarpuff scale, to be fair.

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    and Ludmond is a pale imitation of Lulu

    I reckon the theatre is empty and i am just conversing with Lulu the multiniking uker - where for art tho Dill, seek and expose these Multis and cast these pale imitations out

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    As for petai, it always makes your piss stink, doesn't it?
    Cleans the system nicely . . . asparagus is a milder form of cleansing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    Tacos......damn I miss them.
    No Tacos in PI? Time to get packing Topper.

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    This evening we’ll have just a bit of good Thai food

    Yum Woon Sen and Sprouts with Tofu
    Dessert will be longan and persimmons

    Yum Woon Sen
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    Sprouts w/Tofu
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    Dinner
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    I love yum woon sen; it has a right kick to it.

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