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Old 6th Dec 2017, 21:15
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Smalahove and lutefisk.
Angel food and devil's food - in that order.

The smell of lutefisk deserves the aroma of a well rotted durian as accompaniment.
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Old 6th Dec 2017, 21:24
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Schweinshaxe, had it in many places whilst based in Germany but found it again on a recent short break in Krakow and it was absolutely delish.
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Old 6th Dec 2017, 21:39
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Northern Thai sausages

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Old 6th Dec 2017, 21:40
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We are in Thailand in Feb next year, will look out for those.
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Old 6th Dec 2017, 21:48
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Bury Blackpuddings, boil, split add butter salt and french mustard
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Old 6th Dec 2017, 22:00
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Northern Thai sausages
Now there's a man who knows his food.

Recently introduced my brother and his wife to Chiang Mai sausage. Both loved it. Even my sister-in-law who is otherwise a bit gun-shy with spicy foods.

But best when served from a push-cart brazier. Sai ua and nam prik ong.
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Old 6th Dec 2017, 22:40
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Tuna and noodles
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Old 6th Dec 2017, 22:50
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Stinky Tofu & a Tiger hunt...
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 08:11
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Question for Marmite lovers. Once opened, should the jar be kept in the fridge?
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 08:22
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South African bobotie.
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 08:36
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Kinilaw Tanguini - only good dish to come out of the Philippines.
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Question for Marmite lovers. Once opened, should the jar be kept in the fridge?
I don't think it matters, that stuff could probably survive anything.
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 09:14
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On a menu in Shanghai I once saw ‘Three Smelly Things Ningbo’ no one on the crew was brave enough to order it!
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 11:09
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VC10tenderness - ditto apart from it was in Guangzhou and the dish was called "god with lemon"
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 11:12
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.....and I have always considered a large Bombay and tonic as ‘God with lemon’.
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 12:12
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Bury Blackpuddings, boil, split add butter salt and french mustard
...annd maybe a spoonfull of peas dropped into the split...
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 13:52
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Question for Marmite lovers. Once opened, should the jar be kept in the fridge?
Yes, someone else's fridge.
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 13:56
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Question for Marmite lovers. Once opened, should the jar be kept in the fridge?
Ours is not in a glass jar, its in a plastic squeezy container and states on the front of it do not refrigerate.
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 14:04
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I'm sure I read somewhere that in the event of nuclear Armageddon only the cockroaches, and Marmite would survive!
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Old 7th Dec 2017, 14:09
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As Marmite 'thickens' at low temperature (or, more accurately, 'thins' at higher temperature), keeping it in the refrigerator will result in tearing of the bread if used straight from there.

Of course, if you only spread it onto toast, there will be less of a problem.
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