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    Default @ Deva

    You remember what happened the last time I tried to do Italian with you!



    Not that... I just wanted to post her.

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    No pics, but I did pretty good on the grill tonight with pork chops and asparagus for 15 people. We had two chops left over and they will be diced up tomorrow morning and mixed with some hot salsa to pour over some eggs. Eating at sun up to head over and try to catch dinner for tomorrow. We brought a large amount of burger as back up.
    -Rich

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    15 people? Strong work!
    Winter is coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodean View Post
    It's the delicious. Ask any Italian.
    Sure is, if you fry it you need to remove excess water with salt and compress it I think

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    The first new potatoes and a tomato salad with the first basil from the poly tunnel.
    After a winter that simply would not go away and the coldest spring in history, that is hard to beat

    The tomatoes are Spanish but in a month I'll be eating my own.
    14 different varieties, no less.
    Deyr f,
    deyja frndr,
    deyr sjlfr et sama;
    ek veit einn,
    at aldri deyr:
    dmr um dauan hvern.

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    made a red curry with chicken, eggplant, broccoli. sauce is from a can, Maesri brand. My friend had a thai missus and considers himself quite the curry jedi. He says maesri is the best curry from a can/jar. I'd have to agree it tasted pretty good.
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    Don't think I've tried Maesri, usually Ayam or just make my own.

    I usually have to add some chilli to most ready made sauces but not these, best ones I've ever tried.



    Local fruit & veg market stocked them for a while but you can find them around, worth a try. http://www.springbokdelights.com.au/...y-durban-curry


    Saturday, so seafood pizza. But imported frozen green prawns are banned so had to use a marinara mix.

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    The curry looks good, but tastes good? I have to wonder.


    I cooked a pork loin on the grill last night. Did a rub on it, and cooked it slow. Dressed with sauce at the last ten minutes.

    It turned out pretty well. Cheap too.


    Boiled brocoli and a lettuce salad. Wife made REAL Roquefort dressing. Heavenly!
    Winter is coming.

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    I had some left over sauted lemon pepper chicken breasts so I made a salad of mixed lettuces, cucumber, shoe string carrots, red bell pepper, green onion and warmed up chicken with ranch dressing. Twas yummy.

    I often add Chinese chili paste to my curry. Seems to set it off, with fresh ginger of course
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    I love a good salad with some protein, nice light summer meals. Steve I have an almost identical bag of sauce sitting around but its expired so I might try to to pick up another one. I'd say the Maesri trumps the Ayam but making one from scratch must be the real deal- I've never done curry from scratch.

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