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Okay so here is some spaghetti and meatballs. The picture is very average looking on this but these are some of the best meatballs you can make if you like American style spaghetti and meatballs. You will want to get your sauce and let it simmer for a long time and it is better the next day. Obviously this pic is me heating them up the next day you don't do the noodles in the sauce. These noodles were cooked and then thrown in to make it convinient the next day.

 

Everybody has their own idea of what their favorite marinara sauce is so i will just leave the link for the meatball recipe. These are truly superb. They also make a great sandwich if you throw them in a hoagie bun, with onions, peppers and melt some cheese on it. Jalapenos go great on this as well. 

 

http://www.food.com/recipe/chef-rocco-dispiritos-mamas-meatballs-102764

 

 

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On 26/07/2016 at 1:58 AM, anotheruser said:

Where did you get that from?

Sorry been away at work. I made it myself.

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Just now, RabC said:

Sorry been away at work. I made it myself.

Now I don't even remember what it was. lol

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3 minutes ago, anotheruser said:

Now I don't even remember what it was. lol

Was the Individual Beef Wellington :smile:

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4 hours ago, anotheruser said:

Okay so here is some spaghetti and meatballs. The picture is very average looking on this but these are some of the best meatballs you can make if you like American style spaghetti and meatballs. You will want to get your sauce and let it simmer for a long time and it is better the next day. Obviously this pic is me heating them up the next day you don't do the noodles in the sauce. These noodles were cooked and then thrown in to make it convinient the next day.

 

Everybody has their own idea of what their favorite marinara sauce is so i will just leave the link for the meatball recipe. These are truly superb. They also make a great sandwich if you throw them in a hoagie bun, with onions, peppers and melt some cheese on it. Jalapenos go great on this as well. 

 

http://www.food.com/recipe/chef-rocco-dispiritos-mamas-meatballs-102764

 

 

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bbbut...I can't get no beef fer de meatballs, even canned tomatoes are hard to come by...

 

are you using an aluminium pot on an induction cooker hot plate in the photo? I thought that only ferrous cookware materials would work with that equipment...

 

 

 

 

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Many salivating recipes and pics on this thread.

Bravo!

 

For my diner today:

 

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"Country style" boiled beef with vegetables.

Or "Pot-au-feu grand-mère" in french...

 

And thanks for this funny thread I just discovered yesterday night :thumbsup:

 

 

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Interesting topic to learn what my fellow falang eat, ;-) 

 

Here is my humble contribution: tagliatelle with wild mushrooms

 

 

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No idea about the name of the  mushrooms I used, they grow in the garden and taste yummy (and yes, I verified they are safe to eat). I live near a national park and the locals can obtain a licence to harvest them and sell on the street for up to thb 600/kg for good quality.

 

 

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The tagliatelle is home made. I can recommend everyone to buy a pasta maker, you will not regret it. You can make pasta's you will not easily find in the stores over here (cannelloni, ravioli, ....) And it's a lot of fun!

 

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Directions: melt some butter, brown garlic and onions. Add the mushrooms, pepper and salt and let simmer for a while. Add parsley, cooking cream and some grated parmazan cheese. Let simmer till you have a creamy sauce. Option: add some cooked ham. Serve the sauce on the tagliatelle and add some more parmazan.

 

For the pasta: make a stiff dough from 100 gr flour and one egg and a pinch of salt. If necessary, add some water but make sure the dough is quite dry. Let it rest for 30 minutes. Then, make using the pasta machine 'lasagna sheets'. Let these sheets dry for approx. 1 hour. If the dough is too wet, it will be difficult to cut the tagliatelle and everything will stick together. Finally, lead the sheets through the cutter (see pic above)

 

Cost of food: approx. thb 35-40 if you buy the mushrooms on the market.

 

 

 

 

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Just finished breakfast...bacon sandwich with pot of tea. Used low fat milk in the tea as i'm on a diet.:licklips: 

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1 hour ago, d123 said:

Just finished breakfast...bacon sandwich with pot of tea. Used low fat milk in the tea as i'm on a diet.:licklips: 

how are you doing losing weight? i lost since jan1 19.5kg (from 97 to 77.5). another 2.5kg to go.

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I started a very strict 60 day diet and I did so well that I finished it in 2.5 days. 

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