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21 minutes ago, ianezy0 said:

I can kinda see why Father Maybush wouldn’t let the 3 hookers in......lol

Detroit was changing back then if you look close you can see me to the left of the Supremes the year before my prom.  However canned corned beef was not on the menu,  

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Corned beef in a tin was war rations when fresh beef was not available.  No one really eats it unless the Germans are bombing do they?  Or on Nelson's ship during the battle of Trafalgar. 

Corned beef sandwiches.... sitting on the beach with Mum, Dad & my sister, slight drizzle, cold breeze, after a dip in the refreshing near sub-zero sea:Lovely.   Yes, it really was lovel

you must not be British.

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35 minutes ago, marcusarelus said:

Detroit was changing back then if you look close you can see me to the left of the Supremes the year before my prom.  However canned corned beef was not on the menu,  

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Awesome post. Good looking guy 😎

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On 7/28/2019 at 5:30 PM, CharlieH said:

A Turkey !! They wanted (in Dec) £75 in Makro, needless to say I wouldnt pay it.

"Whats the most expensive food you have bought here?" So you didn't buy it !

 

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On 7/28/2019 at 6:02 PM, Gumballl said:

I for one have coin, but 375 baht for corned beef in a can is the topic.

 

I agree with the OP... just walk away.

i bought some corned beef a few days ago.....159 baht was the price.....dewhirsts was the brand....

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On 7/28/2019 at 5:28 PM, baneko said:

Thank <deleted> I have baht and not pounds in the bank. Whats the most expensive food you have bought here?

 

I DID NOT BUY IT  but the most expensive common item I've seen recently is this maple syrup at a local store.

 

790 THB is dear IMHO.

 

A friend suggested it's so expensive because it has the Canadian flag (original) but that hardly justifies the price for me.

 

I wouldn't pay that much for maple syrup  regardless of its country of origin.  I nevertheless shop at and like the market where I saw this.

 

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4 hours ago, essox essox said:

have you all heard OF IMPORT DUTIES???

This is why farang foodstuffs are expensive....its as simple as that......

yeah 300 % on some things, exactly !!

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On 7/28/2019 at 7:02 PM, Gumballl said:

I for one have coin, but 375 baht for corned beef in a can is the topic.

 

I agree with the OP... just walk away.

IIRC a tin of corned beef was about that (maybe even 395) in Villa but I bring mine in from Singapore where it's < s$4 (< 100 THB) a can 

 

A timely reminder, I'm pretty sure I've run out so will need to bring some back with me on tomorrow's return. 

 

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On 7/28/2019 at 7:38 PM, Don Mega said:

Corned beef in a can... is that the crap called Spam ?

 

To answer the question though I do like me a Wagyu Tomahawk steak but at Bt.4500 I have had to slow down a bit on them until the AUD bounces back.

Spam is different, you aren't British are you.

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On 7/29/2019 at 6:44 PM, marcusarelus said:

That's one of the big reasons I stay in Thailand.  I can eat anywhere I want and tell my wife to order anything she wants.  Rayong not Bangkok.  I can buy any phone I want.  I can tell my driver to drive anywhere I want.  I can stop at the local place and choose any company I want.  I live where I want, had the furniture I want custom made.  I make my own food and buy anything I want to accomplish that.  I cure corned beef and ham.  

 

One of the nicest things is doing what I want to do and that is priceless.  

marcus,  years ago l too made corned beef at home, simple really.  do use aussie brisket?

corned beef on rhyevbread, large pickel, etc. yum. i may make some this week.

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2 hours ago, IraqRon said:

marcus,  years ago l too made corned beef at home, simple really.  do use aussie brisket?

corned beef on rhyevbread, large pickel, etc. yum. i may make some this week.

I think it was Thai French.  The more fat in the brisket the better. 

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