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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    we'll sort something out soon, when I've got the all clear.
    Has Hal gave you a dose ?


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    Hal and Chitty with the same plates... dining together?

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    Mark's and Spencer's
    Mancs and fukkin Benders more like

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    Tonight – Ka Moo, Tofu and Pork Soup, Tofu and Sprouts, all correctly spiced and quite appetizing. Dessert of pomelo.

    Dinner
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    Dessert
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    Mondays...


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    Time to kick it up a notch...

    Smoked pork ribs

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    I hope you lot get just how big those ribs were. Fred Flintstone style.

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    A most enjoyable dinner this evening. Top of the Line in every respect. Tilapia fillets, Gaeng Som Moo heavily spiced. Sauteed vegetables, abundantly loaded with snow peas.

    Follow up dessert will be rambutan and mangosteen.

    Prep
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    Fire the Fillets
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    Fire the Veggies
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    Tilapia
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    Gaeng Som
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    Veggies
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    Dinner
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    Dessert - some disassembly required
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    ^

    Yuck. I will stick with my ribs.

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    Speg boll with loads of Garlic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Speg boll with loads of Garlic...

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    One of my favorite dinners. Looks great and I am sure tastes even better.!!

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    Cajun shrimp boil,
    Small red potatoes quartered, and smoked Kielbasa sausage boiled in water and 3 tablespoons of Zatarains Creole seasoning (any Creole seasoning will do)for about 15 min until potatoes are soft but not falling apart.
    Take potatoes and sausage out and in same water boil shrimp then set shrimp aside also.
    In frying pan melt i stick of butter, toste a few cloves of garlic finely chopped ( about 1 min) add 3 tablespoons of Creole seasoning , 3 tablespoons of OLD BAY seasoning, 2 tablespoon of Chili powder, Chili pepper flakes to taste. 1 tablespoon brown sugar to bring everything together.
    After a couple of minutes put some water from the shrimp boil in the spice/butter mix to thin it to traste, and throw shrimp in for a minute or two until coated.
    Pour Butter. spice/shrimp mixture over potatoes and sausage and tosh together. , I like to bake the whole thing together for 10 min at 450F , but not necessary.
    I wish I had some Muscles to put in,I think they would had been great , In Thailand they have these little fresh water clams, I think they will be great in the mix also. Corn on the cob and hard boiled eggs are good also.
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    If you don't like spicy you will not like this, but if you don't like spicy you have no business being in Thailand LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Time to kick it up a notch...

    Smoked pork ribs

    Dinner-makyp0m-jpg

    Dinner-iqrvuhh-jpg

    I hope you lot get just how big those ribs were. Fred Flintstone style.
    Did you boil them first and then Bake them? or bake them straight. I don't normally make them because a mile away from my house in FL there is a Woody's Barbeque and they make the best ribs (falling of the bone) at a very reasonable price,Spare Ribs $15.99 A Full Rack of Baby back ribs $17.99. with two sides.and when I make them they never turn out that well and I spend more money anyway.
    Yours look Great!!!

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    Nice ribs!

    Can't go wrong with a roast chicken dinner, gravy was a tad lumpy though..

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    Every few weeks we pig out on several delightful pizzas and a good movie at home . . . both are vegetarian/vegan and gluten free and are brilliant - thin crust is a must.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    Did you boil them first and then Bake them? or bake them straight.
    I slow cooked them in the oven to start and then moved them to the BBQ where I smoked them with applewood.

    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    I don't normally make them because a mile away from my house in FL there is a Woody's Barbeque and they make the best ribs (falling of the bone) at a very reasonable price,Spare Ribs $15.99 A Full Rack of Baby back ribs $17.99. with two sides.
    Ya they take some effort to get right but if you do they can turn out great.

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    Now have an outside kitchen due to the renovations that are going on. Still managed to whip up a nice pork chop meal with mash and mushrooms, along with prawns in a basket for the wife and I the last couple of nights.

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    6 to 8 weeks more of this building because its the god damn rainy season.. I cant get the construction to align properly but the thumbnails are there. Side yard and former kitchen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    prawns in a basket
    That's a nice looking batter

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post

    6 to 8 weeks more of this building because its the god damn rainy season..
    Yes, like my half-finished wall, which remains, erm, half-finished. Next thing you know the rice harvesting will be upon us and the wirkers will all vanish for a month.

    Dinner looks great, by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    6 to 8 weeks more of this building because its the god damn rainy season.. I cant get the construction to align properly but the thumbnails are there. Side yard and former kitchen.
    Here you go Mate ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    That's a nice looking batter
    Batter or Breaded? AO?

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    First thanks David, secondly, Panko, sorry about that PH. The bottom picture David resized was my kitchen.

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    It's been dull and grey all day so it called for a traditional Birdseye Cottage Pie, on a bed of Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire Puddings with a side of locally sourced bread and butter. Washed down with a locally brewed cool, fizzy lager beer.

    Proper Sunday food.

    I'd like to see what morning looks like
    Don't wanna drink pint after pint
    I wanna wake up without feeling sick
    But I can't cuz I'm a drug-abusing alcoholic

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I slow cooked them in the oven to start and then moved them to the BBQ where I smoked them with applewood.



    Ya they take some effort to get right but if you do they can turn out great.
    I take off my hat to a man who can make good ribs , it is certainly an art and it does take patients.

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    Takes what mate

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