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I just finished a small bowl of greek yogurt and muesli [not very photogenic] but looking at the photos, now I am really hungry...

Can someone tell me where I can get tofu that tastes like and has consistency of chicken? I have had it in a Vegetarian restaurant in Bkk, but don't know where to purchase it...

Gourmet Market...basement of Terminal 21. They sell some "J" (veg) mock meats in the refrigerated section...chicken, pork, fish balls. GF uses the "chicken" to make vegan Bar-B-Q (shish kabobs) thumbsup.gif

Are you really dipping those in ketchup? :)

And mustard! YUM! ;-) Edited by Skeptic7
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Made Pizza for tea ........

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Only bacon, but I made my own dough and chopped my own tomatoes.

Very cheap to make, almost nothing for the dough and tomato, I make a weeks worth of dough and keep it in the fridge.

300bht for 1Kg of Macro Mozzarella, 300bht for 1.5Kg of Makro bacon, 250bht for a liter of olive oil.

The expensive items last for ages. Works out around 15bht per pizza.

Looks pretty good; how do you make your dough?

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Made Pizza for tea ........

attachicon.gif13548982_10154305387453749_215578541_o.jpg

Only bacon, but I made my own dough and chopped my own tomatoes.

Very cheap to make, almost nothing for the dough and tomato, I make a weeks worth of dough and keep it in the fridge.

300bht for 1Kg of Macro Mozzarella, 300bht for 1.5Kg of Makro bacon, 250bht for a liter of olive oil.

The expensive items last for ages. Works out around 15bht per pizza.

Looks pretty good; how do you make your dough?

800ml of bread flour (Swan or TFM), 350ml of water, 10ml Fermiplan red yeast, 2 teaspoons sugar, pinch of salt.

Stir in a bowl until roughly mixed, turn out and knead until smooth (5mins, keep adding flour to board so it doesn't stick), back in the bowl and covered with plastic for 2 hours.

Store in the fridge and cut off as needed.

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Smoked turkey breast and ham, cheddar on brown bread with maple champagne mustard.

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Deep-Fried Chicken Filet on a Stick...

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Available at the meat stall across from 7-11 next to the laundry shop..10 baht each.

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How about this for Sunday lunch, Baked potato with melted cheese and baked beans.

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Six large potatoes 40bht from Tesco (33bht/Kg), wash, puncture with a fork 5 or 6 times, roll in olive oil, salt pepper, microwave on full for 8 minutes.

Cut into a 'flower', add grated cheese then microwave or grill until melted.

Baked beans, 34bht, use 1/4 can, heated up in microwave..

Cost of entire plate around 20bht.

And I can go bin diving for free but that don't make the food good.

So show us some good food that you make. Please post something of value if you feel the need to post in this thread.

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Made Pizza for tea ........

attachicon.gif13548982_10154305387453749_215578541_o.jpg

Only bacon, but I made my own dough and chopped my own tomatoes.

Very cheap to make, almost nothing for the dough and tomato, I make a weeks worth of dough and keep it in the fridge.

300bht for 1Kg of Macro Mozzarella, 300bht for 1.5Kg of Makro bacon, 250bht for a liter of olive oil.

The expensive items last for ages. Works out around 15bht per pizza.

Looks pretty good; how do you make your dough?

800ml of bread flour (Swan or TFM), 350ml of water, 10ml Fermiplan red yeast, 2 teaspoons sugar, pinch of salt.

Stir in a bowl until roughly mixed, turn out and knead until smooth (5mins, keep adding flour to board so it doesn't stick), back in the bowl and covered with plastic for 2 hours.

Store in the fridge and cut off as needed.

Thank you, MissAndry.

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How about this for Sunday lunch, Baked potato with melted cheese and baked beans.

attachicon.gif13720672_10154343717418749_971997879_o.jpg

Six large potatoes 40bht from Tesco (33bht/Kg), wash, puncture with a fork 5 or 6 times, roll in olive oil, salt pepper, microwave on full for 8 minutes.

Cut into a 'flower', add grated cheese then microwave or grill until melted.

Baked beans, 34bht, use 1/4 can, heated up in microwave..

Cost of entire plate around 20bht.

And I can go bin diving for free but that don't make the food good.

So show us some good food that you make. Please post something of value if you feel the need to post in this thread.

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Wow..!

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I guess this thread just didnt work.......Maybe rename it.

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I guess this thread just didnt work.......Maybe rename it.

What makes you say that? It has relatively more views than many threads in this section. I could have chosen a better name for sure but it is showing what people are making in their kitchens in Thailand. In some case recipes are being shared and discussed. More information about food has been shared in this single thread than many others combined.

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If a mod wants to step in and change the name to food and recipes with pictures or something like that I would have no problem with it. The important part to me is only that people post pictures.

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