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32 minutes ago, Chaimai said:

First class Pad Krappow pizza is available locally..not a pineapple in sight; great with a beer.

My wife made one the other week turned out great, we had with mince pork, Her cousin in BKK who is a Chef said it's better with mince beef, give it a try next time

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Tuscan meatballs, home-made using pork/beef mince and loosely following a Tuscan recipe, served on mash potato with green salad >

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On 9/15/2021 at 12:31 PM, Marc26 said:

This is all a bit of a running joke I have on another forum.

There is no joking allowed on the other forum      LOL 555

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10 hours ago, Faraday said:

I see there's a couple of recipes that have beef in them.

Do you use Thai beef or what?

I usually buy Aussie beef mince from Rimping here in CM.  Expensive but you know it will be tender.  I don't mind using Thai beef in a slow-cooked Asian-spiced stew.

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I find local cauliflower absolutely tasteless.  Normally I love it with a cheese sauce or crumbed and deep fried - better next day when cold! 

Thai cauli lacks that metallic taste which makes both it and cousin broccoli so special.

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22 minutes ago, KaptainRob said:

I usually buy Aussie beef mince from Rimping here in CM.  Expensive but you know it will be tender.  I don't mind using Thai beef in a slow-cooked Asian-spiced stew.

There is some Thai 'Wagyu' beef mince available in Makro which isn't too bad.

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1 hour ago, KaptainRob said:

I usually buy Aussie beef mince from Rimping here in CM.  Expensive but you know it will be tender.  I don't mind using Thai beef in a slow-cooked Asian-spiced stew.

Here is a little secret 

If buying Thai beef, which is a bit tough

Marinate it with whatever you are using for a sauce/marinade(BBQ sauce, etc)

Add a cup of Coca-Cola

It will tenderize the meat 

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16 minutes ago, Marc26 said:

Here is a little secret 

If buying Thai beef, which is a bit tough

Marinate it with whatever you are using for a sauce/marinade(BBQ sauce, etc)

Add a cup of Coca-Cola

It will tenderize the meat 

Do you make Beef pizza?

🙃

 

 

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Here is a few local dishes when we were back in Boston for the summer 

Fisherman's Plate

Fried Clams

Baked Haddock

Lobster(cheap in Boston!)

Steamers 

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5 hours ago, GMoney2312 said:

Bangkok Hotel quarantine food! Not bad, but jealous of all the other things I see here!

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Looks much better than what I got in ASQ...

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2 hours ago, Marc26 said:

Here is a little secret 

If buying Thai beef, which is a bit tough

Marinate it with whatever you are using for a sauce/marinade(BBQ sauce, etc)

Add a cup of Coca-Cola

It will tenderize the meat 

Phosphoric acid is one of the ingredients.

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On 9/16/2021 at 8:54 PM, Marc26 said:

Here is a few local dishes when we were back in Boston for the summer 

That made me homesick.  I was a radio dj in Boston for several years...loved the food.

I do enjoy the Thai style home bbq..

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On 9/15/2021 at 9:36 AM, KaptainRob said:

Add all ingredients to open Multi-cooker & bring up to heat
Ensure enough liquid to just cover Pork (add 50/50 water & tomato sauce if more liquid required to cover)
Put lid on cooker - bring up to pressure for 15 to 20 minutes

Thank you KaptainRob for your kindness. Looks delicious and sounds great!
Now I research the multi-cooker. I want to get one. Will my husband say yes 🤣?

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On 9/15/2021 at 11:07 AM, 9S_ said:

This has to be the perfect Pumpkin Pie I’ve made.

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Looks super.  I also make pumpkin pies, using an Aussie recipe, as I often crave dessert with icecream or custard.   It freezes well too!

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On 9/15/2021 at 4:28 PM, Slacker77 said:

Some good old homemade swedish meatballs  yummi

 sorry i forgot the lingonberries in the fridge at home,,,,lol

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I tried the Swedish meatballs at the IKea food court. I think your dish is better 🤗

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4 minutes ago, spicy_girl said:

Thank you KaptainRob for your kindness. Looks delicious and sounds great!
Now I research the multi-cooker. I want to get one. Will my husband say yes 🤣?

I'm sure he will, but let me know if he needs his arm twisting, ok 😛

In most countries the basic MC's retail for around 2,000 thb/ $60, big name brands a lot higher, say $250.  I nearly bought an expensive brand with lots of programmable functions but I was worried it could get lost or damaged in transit, as checked baggage, so I opted for a basic model and it performs admirably.

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20 minutes ago, KaptainRob said:

I'm sure he will, but let me know if he needs his arm twisting, ok 😛

In most countries the basic MC's retail for around 2,000 thb/ $60, big name brands a lot higher, say $250.  I nearly bought an expensive brand with lots of programmable functions but I was worried it could get lost or damaged in transit, as checked baggage, so I opted for a basic model and it performs admirably.

I like the Tefal on the best so far. Looks great!

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What about salads everyone? I like to try the different flavors and make something new.

Tomato, avocado, chilis, jalapeno peppers, sour cream, corn, seaweed and limes. With just a little minced beef. Yummy!

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1 hour ago, KaptainRob said:

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Looks super.  I also make pumpkin pies, using an Aussie recipe, as I often crave dessert with icecream or custard.   It freezes well too!

I used the Chef John recipe that uses condensed milk. Pretty easy too! I recommend swapping out the canned pumpkin with roasted squash. It tastes way better. 

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1 hour ago, spicy_girl said:

What about salads everyone? I like to try the different flavors and make something new.

Tomato, avocado, chilis, jalapeno peppers, sour cream, corn, seaweed and limes. With just a little minced beef. Yummy!

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Looks amazing

Although I'm not a big fan of seaweed

My wife loves seaweed though 

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