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Ham, home cured, cooked and thinly sliced), quiche, pineapple unsidedown cake, irish soda bread with raisnins , rare steak and on and on. All made with local ingredients except the steak which was a

So far this week. Greek style pork chops, marinaded and cooked over charcoal. Followed the next day by a rather large pile of calamari fritti. Delicious. Rib chops were large and around 85 baht e

For tonight we have a lovely piece of corned silverside.  Salt beef as it's known in the UK was always a family favourite when I was a boy. Hard to beat a good old fashioned boiled dinner with hot Eng

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I've been making Burritos the last few days.

Incredibly quick, easy and cheap to make the flour tortillas.

Filled with Chinese stir-fry, chicken, bell pepper, mushrooms, bean sprouts and Chinese 5 spice.

 

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Makro had big avocados on sale, so I bought a few. Let them ripen for a few days in a paper bag and made guacamole today. Multi-grain bread with guac, a fried egg and a few pan-fried slices of 5-star smoked chicken roll... deeeeelicious!

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26 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

She is now making outstanding pizzas (made with Italian flour, olive oil, homemade pizza sauce, and imported mozzarella or goat cheese!)

 

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May I kindly ask for the Pizza Receipt then ? And the equipment used, being as specific about the ingredients (its actually only the dough that is of greatest interest) and preparation as possible and even stating where to get them (the Italian flour for example). No problem for the mozarella, olive oil and pizza sauce). After nearly 3 years in Thailand now the best restaurant I know for Pizza is only on Koh Chang and this is more than 5 hours by car from where we live. And I have tried many many other Italian Restaurants. None of them close in quality to what I know from Italy or Switzerland. We do not have enough space for a Pizza Oven in our condo.

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On 6/29/2016 at 3:46 PM, manfredtillmann said:

some people don't have facebook accounts.

And FB is a dreadful format full of extraneous <deleted>, threads adverts etc. I begrudgingly have an FB account but use it rarely.

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10 hours ago, Nout said:

And FB is a dreadful format full of extraneous <deleted>, threads adverts etc. I begrudgingly have an FB account but use it rarely.

 

More extraneous stuff and adverts than this site?

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2 hours ago, james.d said:

Looks very tempting indeed 

 

It was good, forgot to take a picture when it was done. 

 

Nice we get great pork here cheap...

 

Cookies for the wife and kid today...

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45 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

Just got a new Otto 60l oven (2,800bht), made pizza, ate an entire large one by myself.

 

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Nice! I’m cooking a Lasagna tonight, I’ll try to remember to take some pics. 

 

 

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Bread and butter pudding. Butter an oven proof dish. Layer buttered stale bread sprinkled with raisins, sugar and cinnamon. Pour over a custard of 1 egg, sugar, half a pint of milk with nutmeg and vanilla extract.Mash down with the back of a spoon. Put in a pre-heated halogen oven at 180c for 25 minutes. Eat.

 

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1 minute ago, champers said:

Bread and butter pudding. Butter an oven proof dish. Layer buttered stale bread sprinkled with raisins, sugar and cinnamon. Pour over a custard of 1 egg, sugar, half a pint of milk with nutmeg and vanilla extract.Mash down with the back of a spoon. Put in a pre-heated halogen oven at 180c for 25 minutes. Eat.

 

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Thanks. Not my taste, but the Mrs. will definitely love this. Plus very easy to make.

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Lasagna & garlic bread. The lasagna freezes great and will feed the three of us four times. 

 

The garlic butter lasts months in the fridge...

 

 

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27 minutes ago, champers said:

Bread and butter pudding. Butter an oven proof dish. Layer buttered stale bread sprinkled with raisins, sugar and cinnamon. Pour over a custard of 1 egg, sugar, half a pint of milk with nutmeg and vanilla extract.Mash down with the back of a spoon. Put in a pre-heated halogen oven at 180c for 25 minutes. Eat.

 

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I think I’ll try that with some caramelized apple slices to go with the raisins, although we don’t seem to keep bread around long enough to get stale...

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19 hours ago, BritManToo said:

Just got a new Otto 60l oven (2,800bht), made pizza, ate an entire large one by myself.

 

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The dough looks just how I personally like it, not too crispy.

I'm sure it tasted delicious.

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On 2/26/2021 at 7:28 AM, james.d said:

The dough looks just how I personally like it, not too crispy.

I'm sure it tasted delicious.

Just made Ginger Cake with Molasses ............... came out pretty well IMHO.

 

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On 3/2/2021 at 12:18 PM, BritManToo said:

Just made Ginger Cake with Molasses ............... came out pretty well IMHO.

 

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I'd be tempted to polish it all off, the molasses are a good addition.

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On 2/26/2021 at 7:28 AM, james.d said:

The dough looks just how I personally like it, not too crispy.

I'm sure it tasted delicious.

Ha, got exactly the same 1.Has been great so farm just wish i'd bought it years ago.

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3 minutes ago, james.d said:

What recipes are you guys using for the pizza bases?

I buy mine premade from Makro.You get thin or xtra thickI prefer the thinner ones.They are very cheap too.

I only have a fan oven, but all in all ,they taste loads better than those ones you buy in the Plaza.

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