View Poll Results: Whose your chef for casual dining in your pants

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  • DIY

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    Who does the cooking

    Who cooks your end?

    I like cooking and my cooking.
    after many years I can source most of equipemnt and ingredients for my limited repertoire, bar mousska and rack of Lamb none fresh hereabouts alas.

    However my Thai partner who is an excellent cook can cook Farang food pretty well and of course local dishes as well as a restauarnt or better.

    So Monday to Friday its her, weekends me or restaurants, of course on winter nights an oven full of cake or roast dinner warms the house and wafts delicious aromas throughout.
    I used to have a job at a calendar factory.
    I got the sack because
    I took a couple of days off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    Who cooks your end?

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    I can ass-ure you, my end is completly uncooked. And definately not raw either.

    Jeeze. What with nawtier, dick and now you, this board is getting gayer by the minute.

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    My TGF is a great cook but its hard to get her into the kichen

    Beer is the next best thing.

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    Luig-io seems to be cooking for the whole forum...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    Luig-io seems to be cooking for the whole forum...
    Yet, not representative for some...

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    Following the food poisoning after eating the wife's delights last year, I do the cooking. I always cooked the western style food anyway but now I cook or oversee her cooking, whatever it may be.

    TBH she cooks very well if the ingredients are fresh and it's on a charcoal fire. However, thawing frozen food, storing cooked food, and using ovens and grills is a couple of chapters too far into Good Housekeping....

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    Carefully selected restaurants. ..... and my slow cooker.

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    My wife cooks the Thai food and I cook the farang food.
    Luckily I prefer Thai food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    Who cooks your end?

    I like cooking and my cooking.
    after many years I can source most of equipemnt and ingredients for my limited repertoire, bar mousska and rack of Lamb none fresh hereabouts alas.

    However my Thai partner who is an excellent cook can cook Farang food pretty well and of course local dishes as well as a restauarnt or better.

    So Monday to Friday its her, weekends me or restaurants, of course on winter nights an oven full of cake or roast dinner warms the house and wafts delicious aromas throughout.
    and the world keeps a turning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg
    I can ass-ure you, my end is completly uncooked. And definately not raw either. Jeeze. What with nawtier, dick and now you, this board is getting gayer by the minute.
    Yeah! enough with the homo-pseudo, subliminal messages already!

    OK... on my bell-end *snigger... I do most of the cooking - because I am usually home before Ms lovely and I love cooking my end.. heh.

    I'm not the best cook here (not by a long cum-shot) but I am learning from the jizz masters of TD.

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    M'Sahib in freestyle mode again today, doing a variation of prawns in yellow curry, with a lot of vegetables instead of rice:



    She didn't have a name for it, and I thought for a moment about a joke I'd seen recently, but then thought 'better not suggest that'.....


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    Wife cooks all but a couple days a year. I always do thanksgiving and xmas.

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    Thoroughly enjoy cooking. I probably spend more time thinking of the next recipe experiment than I do about sex. So yes, several times per minute.

    We recently moved into a ground floor condo with a large private court yard area, so am currently thinking up new BBQ ideas. So far I'm thinking of roasting and peeling some red, yellow peppers (so they get charred and soft), then wrapping slices of that around some pesto marinated chicken (which itself is already wrapped by a basil leaf). Then onto skewers, alternating with large cherry toms and chunks of halloumi cheese.

    A big one is trying to think up a way to get a traditional western xmas dinner onto the BBQ (thinking of doing a butterfly turkey roll stuffed with cranberry sauce and stuffing, and glazed in gravy).

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    Some recent culinary attempts (if I've got this image posting right)

    EDIT - Obviously not!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YMNSTT
    (thinking of doing a butterfly turkey roll
    Let us know where you get your turkey from mate. Please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YMNSTT View Post
    Some recent culinary attempts (if I've got this image posting right)

    EDIT - Obviously not!!
    .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by YMNSTT
    (thinking of doing a butterfly turkey roll
    Let us know where you get your turkey from mate. Please.
    I'd thought sloane's or Bunters, but looking on both their sites and they don't seem to stock it. Hopefully they will closer to xmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson
    .....
    haha, thanks. They didn't show up on my browser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YMNSTT
    haha, thanks. They didn't show up on my browser.
    Yeah all good, you beat me to it anyway.

    It can be a bit fiddly posting pics here but you need to right-click / copy img address and paste that.

    Tasty looking cooking by the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YMNSTT
    sloane's or Bunters,
    Until Thailand lifts ban on US poultry no one will have US turkey. Couple big chickens will be my plan B.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by YMNSTT
    sloane's or Bunters,
    Until Thailand lifts ban on US poultry no one will have US turkey. Couple big chickens will be my plan B.
    Drink a bottle of Wild Turkey first and you'll be incapable of distinguishing

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    Holy fook! our new kid on the block, YMCA has some mad cooking skillz!

    due to lack of nickname forthcoming.. I hereby christen you, YMCA..

    Sorry guys.. I have to.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    due to lack of nickname forthcoming.. I hereby christen you, YMCA..
    Take a number...He's been "christened" with that one already...

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