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33 minutes ago, spicy_girl said:

Stir-fried beans, baby corn, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes in oyster sauce. Chili paste, garlic, shallots, fish sauce for taste. Corn starch to thicken. Nice, easy and healthy dinner. Yum!

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I don't like cooked tomatoes but my wife loves them

 

Looks great though!

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"Tom Yum Heinz baked beans on toast."

1/2 of 480ml serving of Tom Yum paste into roughly 240ml of Heinz baked beans. Heat & stir. 

Shark Brand Sriracha added for heat. Lime for color. 

Place on toast of choice. 

Nutritional yeast for yeasty goodness. 

 

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On 9/15/2021 at 1:01 PM, Transam said:

You're all lucky Mrs.Trans is not a member, she takes a picture of everything she eats, every day...🥴

That’s true, a wonder Facebook isn’t full!

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Lived  on this for  years best with Lai barbecue crisps although the onion ones  will  do at a  push, cant understand this love of  food  especially  Thai food which I find grim at best

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3 hours ago, Vince said:

"Tom Yum Heinz baked beans on toast."

1/2 of 480ml serving of Tom Yum paste into roughly 240ml of Heinz baked beans. Heat & stir. 

Shark Brand Sriracha added for heat. Lime for color. 

Place on toast of choice. 

Nutritional yeast for yeasty goodness. 

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ruined it with the tom yum and fruit and brown bread

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On 1/25/2022 at 10:53 PM, Marc26 said:

Just spicy Ramen with sliced steak, bok choy and fried egg added  

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can  anyone fry an egg  properly  in Thailand without the inedible  crust..fat too  hot

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7 minutes ago, RampantRabbit said:

can  anyone fry an egg  properly  in Thailand without the inedible  crust..fat too  hot

Me, me I can!!

 

I was in Vancouver Canada though, not Thailand 

 

And had the pan and the butter browned real quick 

 

But, even though this was a mistake, I enjoy a grissled egg in noodles

 

But if Bacon and eggs, I like a proper, buttery white egg.....

 

 

 

PS....Kind of a dick move to be critical in this thread though, no?

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Marc26 said:

Me, me I can!!

I was in Vancouver Canada though, not Thailand 

And had the pan and the butter browned real quick 

But, even though this was a mistake, I enjoy a grissled egg in noodles

But if Bacon and eggs, I like a proper, buttery white egg.....

PS....Kind of a dick move to be critical in this thread though, no?

why even mention  a dick  move then, every  egg  ive ever eaten in  Thailand has the  disgusting crust  on it, i dont bother  now, my nature is  critical in  a world where everyone takes  offence............tough shit i say

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1 minute ago, RampantRabbit said:

why even mention  a dick  move then

Because you were being kind of a dick

 

Hence why I mentioned it   😀

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11 minutes ago, Marc26 said:

Because you were being kind of a dick

Hence why I mentioned it   😀

Thus  prolonging the agony, Thais  cant  cook an egg to save their  lives....see,  big  dick  or  small  dick?

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11 minutes ago, RampantRabbit said:

every  egg  ive ever eaten in  Thailand has the  disgusting crust  on it,

It's how Thai's like it, same as small fish out of dams and rivers except they're sun-dried before deep frying to a crisp.  I won't eat the fish but crispy eggs are ok as long as the yolk is runny!

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On 1/22/2022 at 5:42 AM, Faraday said:

My lovely wife makes me a bacon sandwich most mornings.

Cholesterol doesn't exist in Thailand, just like the beer has no carbs in it. 😂

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A  real  women,  lose that green stuff  though, bacon must be burnt to  be  appreciated Ill  allow  some  onions my wife  caouldnt  cook  anything

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3 minutes ago, KaptainRob said:

It's how Thai's like it, same as small fish out of dams and rivers except they're sun-dried before deep frying to a crisp.  I won't eat the fish but crispy eggs are ok as long as the yolk is runny!

really, my wife  hates  it

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I love Liver & onions - with some mash of course.

I haven't eaten any liver here though, as my trust in meat quality here is not as high as I would like.

Is there any imported liver available here?

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15 minutes ago, Faraday said:

I love Liver & onions - with some mash of course.

I haven't eaten any liver here though, as my trust in meat quality here is not as high as I would like.

Is there any imported liver available here?

you  just need a  fine chianti................see  wife for  liver  sssss ssssss ssssss or  invite  good friend round for  dinner

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45 minutes ago, KaptainRob said:

It's how Thai's like it, same as small fish out of dams and rivers except they're sun-dried before deep frying to a crisp.  I won't eat the fish but crispy eggs are ok as long as the yolk is runny!

Growing up 

My Irish-American mom, not known as the greatest cooks....

Would fry the bacon in a cast iron pan.

 

Then fry the egg in the bacon grease

 

Completely black and grissled 

Wasn't a huge fan of that

 

But like the crispy edge on eggs on noodles and rice 

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49 minutes ago, RampantRabbit said:

Thus  prolonging the agony, Thais  cant  cook an egg to save their  lives....see,  big  dick  or  small  dick?

Whoa, I feel uncomfortable commenting on your pecker size RR   😳 

 

But in terms of being a dick

Just a small one in this instance

I did fcuk up the egg, hand up

 

Positive vibes only in the food thread!! 

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1 hour ago, Marc26 said:

Positive vibes only in the food thread!! 

Nah  I  just cant  buy  into this  positivity malarky I was born a critical  miserbale bstard and Ill  die  one.although my ex  customers did  appreciate my hideously  critical eye when I was  working on their houses, sorry to hear you  only have the one  hand

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1 hour ago, Faraday said:

I love Liver & onions - with some mash of course.

I haven't eaten any liver here though, as my trust in meat quality here is not as high as I would like.

Is there any imported liver available here?

paleorobbie.com do a great Tasmanian, Pasture-fed Beef Liver. They deliver anywhere, but unless you are in Bangkok, you'd best order more than liver to cut the cost.

I order it regularly.

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My wife doesn’t profess to be that much of a cook, well she can’t after seeing the following.

But she recently bought a couple of ‘cast iron’ like metal dishes. You heat them up, small amount of oil and place meat/ fish etc on them together with vegetables and season to taste. 
 

Cover with a pan lid. After cooking leave the lid on for a couple of minutes or so.

Then put the metal dish inside the provided wooden holder and transport to the table… with luck the food stays hot until you have finished eating.

 

I like it better if the veg are slightly brown, well don’t have much choice really 

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20 hours ago, Mynemesis said:

My wife doesn’t profess to be that much of a cook, well she can’t after seeing the following.

But she recently bought a couple of ‘cast iron’ like metal dishes. You heat them up, small amount of oil and place meat/ fish etc on them together with vegetables and season to taste. 
 

Cover with a pan lid. After cooking leave the lid on for a couple of minutes or so.

Then put the metal dish inside the provided wooden holder and transport to the table… with luck the food stays hot until you have finished eating.

I like it better if the veg are slightly brown, well don’t have much choice really 

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Haha

I like the "well don't have much choice really"

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4 hours ago, Marc26 said:

Haha

I like the "well don't have much choice really"

As long as my wife doesn’t read this topic……….I’m OK

 

Actially she is OK with eggs, can do them both ways

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On 1/28/2022 at 8:05 AM, RampantRabbit said:

can  anyone fry an egg  properly  in Thailand without the inedible  crust..fat too  hot

Non stick pan, several tablespoons of water and low heat and cover.  The only way you can screw it up is boil off all the water...

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