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the MiL and her sister just turned up with some hairy weeds that they got out in the country where they live and that they presently got soaking and it looks like they're gonna stir fry them until crisp...I gotta plan to add some garlic and onions and an egg mixture and turn them into an omelette...they are both under 5 feet tall, dark and wizened as shoe leather and it is exciting rattling the woks and pots with them...

 

sorry I ain't got a photo as I just got home and can't find my camera...

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Anything  thing that does not have Salt , Sugar , SOY sauce, Syrup....

 

its all all about healthy eating now..........

 

i dont want to turn into an Old Fat Farang with a String Vest and Flip Flops...

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hey...don't knock cooking sauces as when used judiciously certainly have their place in the kitchen...the family have got a barrage of sauces lined up on the counter and it is a pleasure to watch my step daughter (who's been a good cook since she was 11) in action with the wok...

 

she had to admit recently that I have a good technique with falang food after all these years...meat loaf, mashed potatoes, etc...

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6 minutes ago, tutsiwarrior said:

hey...don't knock cooking sauces as when used judiciously certainly have their place in the kitchen...the family have got a barrage of sauces lined up on the counter and it is a pleasure to watch my step daughter (who's been a good cook since she was 11) in action with the wok...

 

she had to admit recently that I have a good technique with falang food after all these years...meat loaf, mashed potatoes, etc...

Changed your tune already?  You just knocked my suggestion of using wasabi mayonnaise in another thread or are you getting like me - I forgot what I was going too say!

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Wayne, will you get outta here? cooking sauces are an integral part of asian cuisine...the very idea of 'wasabi mayonnaise' is an abomination before all that is holy...yew wanna put some of that concoction on a nice nigiri sushi?...

 

of course not...

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15 hours ago, anotheruser said:

LOL we are fighting over sauces now? 

 

well, you know...we are all master chefs and we gotta fight about sumpin'...

 

and then someone roars: 'yew are an idiot and a blackguard! and yew shall get outta my kitchen now!!!'

 

and then Julia Child appears and sez: 'hoo, hoo, hoo...please settle down, children' and whacks the preparation surface with the flat side of a cleaver...

 

 

 

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I was in NE China having a meal with local engineers and said: 'that's quite nice...is the pork roasted first or put directly into de stir fry?''

 

and then there was a disagreement with fists flying and insults hurled...them dudes were serious...

 

and then there was the beer sampling with the guest western engineer and there were young chinese engineers seated behind the representive bottles from Jilin and Harbin provinces...and then some one said: 'well?' and then I thought: 'uh oh...'

 

both brews were very nice, the usual trade off between dry and sweet...and tutsi then emerged as a master of east asian diplomacy...

 

 

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Home made roast thigh and drumstick chicken with steamed vegetables

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Salmon filet encrusted in feta served on a bed of spinach pasta with prawns in cream sauce. 

 

 

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interesting concept...the strong flavors of the fish and the cheese would cancel each other out and then what are you left with?

 

tabula rasa tagliatelle?

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15 hours ago, tutsiwarrior said:

interesting concept...the strong flavors of the fish and the cheese would cancel each other out and then what are you left with?

 

tabula rasa tagliatelle?

 

I was looking at Salmon and wondered what you could do to it to make it different. Somehow I thought of Feta cheese and a quick look on google showed me that there are many recipes for it online. It was very good and I was quite impressed with it. 

 

It is also quick and easy to make.

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