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10 minutes ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

It's burnt but that's OK crisp the skin up, which your ain't spose to eat 🤣

Skin first...........everything else secondary 😁

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I thought I would have eaten 2 of these little bad boy Rib Eye's but only managed 1 but I can assure you the other will be sliced ultra thin on some Tiger Bread with Hot English Mustard for breakfast.

And something sweet with a lovely aged Tawny Port to fight off winter chills. 😋

 

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9 hours ago, Mickep said:

IP, yes, we do a Paw Paw salad ( som tum ).  It's yumbo mate. But not sure it's for everyone as the bride makes it with really authentic flavourings which include a shrimp paste which can put a lot of people off. lol.  There's also burnt crushed rice etc in it which adds to the overall taste - but it's  delish just the same. Loaded of course with HAF chilli's 😂

One of my absolute favourites - som tum! Best of course with heaps of chillies.

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18 hours ago, interceptor said:

Burnt chicken - paprika, garlic, salt, pepper, oregano, chilli, lemon and olive oil.

 

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And chilli - beef mince, dried mullato chilli, ancho, chipotle, cumin, coriander (powders) garlic, paprika, ancho paste, stock, salt , pepper

 

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Magnificent! The chilli beef mince looks absolutely mouth watering.

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14 hours ago, kmar92 said:

One of my absolute favourites - som tum! Best of course with heaps of chillies.

One of mine too. Yeah, bang on heaps of birdseye chilli's to gives it a kick.

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8 minutes ago, Classic Brewing Co said:

Wow healthy looking, Cos I guess.

Yeah Phil.  Really tasty and what's even better it's propagated from a Cos originally purchased at the green grocer. 😃 The other half is in charge of the farming.

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1 hour ago, Mickep said:

Okay, @kmar92 and the great and wise @Itinerant Peasant Som Tum (Paw Paw salad) was made tonight.

Absolutely one of my fav's.

Coupled with a Thai, coconut milk,  chilli, grilled whole boned chicken.

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Looks restaurant quality, Mickep.

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On 6/11/2022 at 7:32 AM, MUZZY said:

Hi Dave.
To fill you in on current news here in Oz: Iceberg lettuce has been on the shelves for up to $12 a head due to floods in growing regions combined with other inflationary costs. It's usually around $3.

Strewth Muzz mate! Didn’t realise it had such an impact so soon 😳 

Everyone takes all kind of stuff for granted. Like at the moment here petrol is up at least 40% because of all that stuff in Ukraine. I know grain prices have doubled too…

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On 6/11/2022 at 9:13 AM, interceptor said:

Burnt chicken - paprika, garlic, salt, pepper, oregano, chilli, lemon and olive oil.

 

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And chilli - beef mince, dried mullato chilli, ancho, chipotle, cumin, coriander (powders) garlic, paprika, ancho paste, stock, salt , pepper

 

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 Burnt or well charred, I’d still fill my boots!

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5 hours ago, Mickep said:

Okay, @kmar92 and the great and wise @Itinerant Peasant Som Tum (Paw Paw salad) was made tonight.

Absolutely one of my fav's.

Coupled with a Thai, coconut milk,  chilli, grilled whole boned chicken.

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Amazing mate! Making me want to up my Thai repertoire ( can’t compete since you have “proper” recipes, but can still try…)

 

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On 6/11/2022 at 12:55 PM, Classic Brewing Co said:

I thought I would have eaten 2 of these little bad boy Rib Eye's but only managed 1 but I can assure you the other will be sliced ultra thin on some Tiger Bread with Hot English Mustard for breakfast.

And something sweet with a lovely aged Tawny Port to fight off winter chills. 😋

 

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Outstanding Phil 👍

How was the port? I’m partial to a drop but tend to overindulge…. And the next day is a killer

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1 hour ago, stquinto said:

Outstanding Phil 👍

How was the port? I’m partial to a drop but tend to overindulge…. And the next day is a killer

What you see is Red Wine, Port was later with the Desert. Over the years I have come to respect the demon drink 👿 & I can hold my own but when you start to mix, that is when it all comes apart. There's nothing wrong with a good session & a few wines with dinner but I have to tread carefully after that. I don't get hangovers these days as I pull the pin early to avoid them.

BUT if you get happily involved with a good mate with a few beers & a few more & a few more it does cloud the mind somewhat. 🍻

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1 hour ago, stquinto said:

Strewth Muzz mate! Didn’t realise it had such an impact so soon 😳 

Everyone takes all kind of stuff for granted. Like at the moment here petrol is up at least 40% because of all that stuff in Ukraine. I know grain prices have doubled too…

As Muzzy said the price of vegetables especially Lettuce  has skyrocketed but I was at the Adelaide Central the other day & one of the stall owners told me they will slowly come down but not by much, he was selling Iceberg for $7.99 - I didn't buy one.

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One of Australia's big lettuce producers expects prices for the in-demand vegetable to ease from next week.

John Said, the chief executive of vegetable producer and supplier Fresh Select, said the recent heavy rains have had a huge impact on the market.

"We've had two floods. The first one a while ago has saturated our soils and made it very hard for us to plant ... A second flood not long ago completely wiped out all the crops we had in the ground," he told AAP.

In some supermarkets lettuces are costing between $10 and $12 each, with some shelves cleared of lettuce entirely.

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3 hours ago, stquinto said:

Strewth Muzz mate! Didn’t realise it had such an impact so soon 😳 

Everyone takes all kind of stuff for granted. Like at the moment here petrol is up at least 40% because of all that stuff in Ukraine. I know grain prices have doubled too…

I'd say the major impact on lettuce prices would be the floods in Qld & NSW but fuel prices would have added to it.

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1 hour ago, Itinerant Peasant said:

Friends' Central Highlands home grown, picked (what a job!) and cured Olives - small - and very very tasty : )

One might even go as far as to say.... Blaaaardy Byordiful 🥳

Crusty bread & vintage cheese with a lovely red wine I trust/hope IP.

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Rolled Lamb Boned Shoulder w Roast Veggies and fresh Garlic Sauce and a glass of me ol mate's Cool Climate Highlands Cab Sauv now not to be repeated as he's retired and sold up... well someone else might make some wine up there yer would hope as the CS is gold - very very nice with the Roasty Taschty Lamb 🥳

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