What's for Lunch?

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What's for Lunch?



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#8582 Nov 30th, 2015, 22:23
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Sooooooo, I made a flat pie with mung daal (left overnight, or was it two nights? ) and green chillies today. Baking time's about 25 minutes (including 5 minutes of pre-heating the OTG and two rounds of ten minutes each on the tray, turned over once. Half a tea spoon of oil to make sure it doesnt stick to the tray. Some masala on top and green chutney (also left over).

Eminently palatable.

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Salt crusted fish.
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Spread on occasion of my school reunion on Sunday

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What's the green liquidy stuff, underneath the corn salad?

The first three things look yummy.
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Originally Posted by harvestmouse View Post What's the green liquidy stuff, underneath the corn salad?
That was a Thai Green Gravy with vegetables.
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Noodle soup for breakfast.
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An assortment of winter greens for lunch
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Last night dinner was a bit unusual

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fried grouper topped with sweet ,sour and hot sauce..
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Happy Monday

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Did you cook this? I have not seen anyone cook at home here yet. Looks like people eat out or bring food from outside.
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Originally Posted by Govindpuri View Post Did you cook this? I have not seen anyone cook at home here yet. Looks like people eat out or bring food from outside.
I'm not a good cooker

But I'm a good consumer

Normally Thais mainly cook when at home but nowadays they prefer to buy as it's much easy to find variety of food in Thailand.
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Originally Posted by PompomperJa View Post Normally Thais mainly cook when at home but nowadays they prefer to buy as it's much easy to find variety of food in Thailand.
Yes. I noticed it when we visited Thailand back in 2012.

We stayed in Charoen Krung near Wat Yannawa. Almost all the alleys (Soi) were filled with all kinds of food stalls and were filled with aroma.
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We stayed in Charoen Krung near Wat Yannawa. Almost all the alleys (Soi) were filled with all kinds of food stalls and were filled with aroma.
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As we can find the food easily , to cook by ourself is sometime much more expensive than buy the ready cooked food, and the way of life is seem busy as some family all go for work outside so these are the resons why now we prefer to buy the food than cook by ourself.

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