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Post by papafarang » October 12, 2013, 1:51 pm

just a quick note for you guys.thursday 17th ,next week we will have peter from AA insurence here at 1.30 pm.he will be here for a questions and answers about medical and personal accident insurence. free tea/coffee and snacks.hopefuly he will be able to help you guys with your insurence needs.


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Post by Bandung_Dero » October 12, 2013, 3:30 pm

Should be good value! Been in correspondence with him over the past few days about my needs and he has been quite helpful. The main problems being the piss poor English translations on the various Insurance company *.pdf releases.

PS Dean, tell him he owes me a beer! :-"
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Post by papafarang » October 12, 2013, 10:24 pm

Bandung_Dero wrote:Should be good value! Been in correspondence with him over the past few days about my needs and he has been quite helpful. The main problems being the piss poor English translations on the various Insurance company *.pdf releases.

PS Dean, tell him he owes me a beer! :-"
just trying to help people out...and he owes you a beer...ok i will hold him hostage for you
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Post by Bandung_Dero » October 13, 2013, 6:32 am

papafarang wrote:...and he owes you a beer...ok i will hold him hostage for you
That's for the 'plug'!
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Post by BigBubba » October 13, 2013, 12:02 pm

Another milestone, Dean. This thread has over TEN THOUSAND hits in just over 2 months. You're destined to go into the UM forum record books! Congratulations!
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Post by wilson_smith » October 14, 2013, 9:36 am

Hey mate, are you the same Dean that owned Monkey bar?

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Post by papafarang » October 14, 2013, 9:51 am

wilson_smith wrote:Hey mate, are you the same Dean that owned Monkey bar?
yep thats me,"guilty as charged" :lol:
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Post by botaknh » October 14, 2013, 10:01 am

Forget about the Friday curry special, forget about the buffet Sunday dinner. I made a wonderful discovery over the weekend and that is Dean's curry poured over a couple of Dean's Yorkshire puds is the perfect meal to go with a Saturday afternoon beer. In fact is was so good I had same again with a Sunday afternoon beer. Be up towards end of the month to order more, lots more.

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Post by papafarang » October 14, 2013, 11:00 am

botaknh wrote:Forget about the Friday curry special, forget about the buffet Sunday dinner. I made a wonderful discovery over the weekend and that is Dean's curry poured over a couple of Dean's Yorkshire puds is the perfect meal to go with a Saturday afternoon beer. In fact is was so good I had same again with a Sunday afternoon beer. Be up towards end of the month to order more, lots more.
now theres an odd combo..but if it works..go for it.this morning i found some veg left over in the fridge sunday lunch.so i'm now making a veg balti curry.nice and spicy. also i've been asked if i can just do tubs of curry sauce.chip shop
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Post by papafarang » October 16, 2013, 12:53 pm

afternoon. slow morning with all the rain.but the girls only have pies to make this afternoon and the wife is free. just popped in and shes busy making english muffins and crumpets. ready in the next 90 mins for you guys that want them fresh from the ovens.
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Post by Stevo » October 16, 2013, 6:57 pm

Arrived to see crumpets and muffins cooling on the rack... couldn't resist them, had mine with cheese melted on top... Delicious! =D>

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Post by papafarang » October 18, 2013, 1:03 pm

curry night, ceylon,madras,vindaloo,masala.....rice ,samosas,naan and added bonus of onion pakoras tonight
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Post by papafarang » October 19, 2013, 12:46 pm

well i'm now officaly sick of eating pakoras.yesterday onion pakoras,2 plates full. what a yummy snack.voted beer snack of the month last night. how the hell did the indians figure out how to make such great beer snacks.
last night i decided to go veggie myself with veggie pakoras,veggie samosas,vegtable balti masala and lovely roti bread. i was truely impressed with the meal,heaps of flavors and colour., did not miss the meat at all.but this morning had a craving for MORE ,so for brekkie i had chicken and spinach pakoras ,extra spicy.
we have had a big demand for the frozen curries too.so i have decided to make a whole seperate menu just for the indian food, with a large selection of curries.not a compleat list yet as i'm working on a perfect biryani first then make a menu up. but heres the first part, and if anybody has a craving for something not on the list .let me know and we will see if i can put it on the menu :D
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pork madras
chicken masala
chicken ceylon
chicken vindaloo
prawn masala
vegatable balti masala
NAAN BREADS
garlic naan
plain naan
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plain roti
garlic roti
samosa
lamb samosa
chicken samosa
vegatable samosa
pakoras
chicken and spinach (spicy)
vegatable
spicy chicken and spinach pakora
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Post by Sakhonnick » October 19, 2013, 1:32 pm

Hi Dean,

Will be in Nov 1st for a stock up!!

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Post by reddevil » October 19, 2013, 2:12 pm

Back in 3 weeks Dean how about Bombay aloo.

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Post by papafarang » October 19, 2013, 2:22 pm

reddevil wrote:Back in 3 weeks Dean how about Bombay aloo.
so many things to make,but its time to be able to get a full curry menu going...bombay aloo is a must :D
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Post by papafarang » October 20, 2013, 8:08 am

papafarang wrote:well i'm now officaly sick of eating pakoras.yesterday onion pakoras,2 plates full. what a yummy snack.voted beer snack of the month last night. how the hell did the indians figure out how to make such great beer snacks.
last night i decided to go veggie myself with veggie pakoras,veggie samosas,vegtable balti masala and lovely roti bread. i was truely impressed with the meal,heaps of flavors and colour., did not miss the meat at all.but this morning had a craving for MORE ,so for brekkie i had chicken and spinach pakoras ,extra spicy.
we have had a big demand for the frozen curries too.so i have decided to make a whole seperate menu just for the indian food, with a large selection of curries.not a compleat list yet as i'm working on a perfect biryani first then make a menu up. but heres the first part, and if anybody has a craving for something not on the list .let me know and we will see if i can put it on the menu :D
CURRIES
pork madras
chicken masala
chicken ceylon
chicken vindaloo
prawn masala
vegatable balti masala
NAAN BREADS
garlic naan
plain naan
ROTI
plain roti
garlic roti
samosa
lamb samosa
chicken samosa
vegatable samosa
pakoras
chicken and spinach (spicy)
vegatable
spicy chicken and spinach pakora
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last night after a few beers ended up making more pakoras and samosas for the lads,no peanuts or crisps :lol: . a few of the lads were asking how come i can sell a frozen curry for just 100 baht...or how i can do a full indian meal for just 200 baht. simple we make everything ourselves, no middle man taking his pound of flesh. our prices are displayed clearly in the shop for everyone to see. we dont just make up random prices based on if you drive a BMW or just riding a pushbike,everybody pays the same.all customers are good customers and they all deserve to be treated the same,dont matter if you want 500g of bacon or 5kg of bacon.its always the same price even if the customer comes only every 6 months. the thai way is not to show prices.we all know why they do it...to try and stiff you for a bit more cash. i have noticed lately that thais are starting to price things up in thier shops,these are the shops i like to use,even local shop owners are doing it. perhaps they realise that it gets them more and regular custom.
meanwhile...sunday lunch buffet is on today.and having spounge cake left over i'm making a black cherry trifle today.yummy
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Post by papafarang » October 22, 2013, 9:53 am

thought i better let you all know,ran out of sausage meat for my sausage rolls and cant get more untill the weekend,so sorry about that .but i will still make then this week using jimmy dean recipe american sausage.hope they work out ok,will let you all know later after we bake them.
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Post by joepai » October 22, 2013, 4:06 pm

If you need a good recipe ? Why not make your own, I do and very easy :)
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Post by papafarang » October 22, 2013, 5:04 pm

joepai wrote:If you need a good recipe ? Why not make your own, I do and very easy :)
its not that,customers are realy happy with the sausage meat i get supplied.just my fault only getting 30kg last week.
so as a tempory patch i had to make some of my own. but should be back to normal by the weekend.
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