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Oh man, what would I give for this smoked, semi-dry blood sausage.
Friends and parents just brought me a few jars and cans with sausage (Blood, liver and Pressack) and I have to control myself not to finish it too early.
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38 minutes ago, Morch said:

I'm out to hire a cook and a gardener.

our cook became last year a vegan and is chanting on weekends in a temple "hare Krishna, hare Rama" together with her boyfriend our gardener and our maid. she now works in the same moo baan as a maid and refuses cooking (she was a good cook and sometimes i miss her!).

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3 minutes ago, Naam said:

our cook became last year a vegan and is chanting on weekends in a temple "hare Krishna, hare Rama" together with her boyfriend our gardener and our maid. she now works in the same moo baan as a maid and refuses cooking (she was a good cook and sometimes i miss her!).

 

Are we talking seeded cook and gardener here?

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6 minutes ago, Morch said:

Are we talking seeded cook and gardener here?

the gardener is with us since 11 years and was "seeding" during this time left and right to the dismay of the Mrs. because we had to replace a few good maids. if he wasn't multilingual (Burmese, Hindi, English and Thai all fluent) and not a multitalent doing a lot of work inside the house she would have fired him a long time ago.

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Oh man, what would I give for this smoked, semi-dry blood sausage.

Friends and parents just brought me a few jars and cans with sausage (Blood, liver and Pressack) and I have to control myself not to finish it too early.

Reserved for special occasions [emoji23]

 

This picture is more than a year old, but it was a feast.... because the whole plate was for myself!

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I remove the seeds from cucumbers before slicing for a salad...an easier way to remove the excess moisture than the 'salt' method...

 

and I had the last bit of the reheated potato and cabbage curry sitting on the counter, this time with yogurt mixed in after the reheating, mighty fine...and then the ants attacked the toast that I had sitting alongside and ruined everything...

 

tmw: curried cauli and potato soup...excellent, excellent...

 

 

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10 hours ago, MaeJoMTB said:

Today I cooked Chicken and potato pasties ........ (cost around 10bht each)

 

 

Looking just ready for some HP sauce.. deelish.

 

I have tried similar but with puff pastry but always the filling (cheese n onion & mince and onion) seemed to seep out during baking. Too wet i guess. 

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7 hours ago, james.d said:

Looking just ready for some HP sauce.. deelish.

 

I have tried similar but with puff pastry but always the filling (cheese n onion & mince and onion) seemed to seep out during baking. Too wet i guess. 

 

I usually let it drain a while before filling the pasty.

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