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    For the Ladies

    As there will be a few ladies hanging around while the blokes go out on the road ride (and Proff) Suree (wife & Chef) was wondering if anyone would be interested in a Thai cookery school, She's thinking of opening the kitchen to show a few folk the tricks of the trade and how to do starters, a couple of mains and a sweet or two. It'll be a 21/2hour lesson and you get to eat whats been made. It'll be £15 a head and you can go home with a goody bag of those hard to get bits n bobs to help you replicate the very best of thai cuisine .
    I'D Rather be a live hasbeen than a dead Wanabee....

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    Sod the 'ladies'? if I were going (which I'm not ) I'd rather be doing that than going off on the bike, sounds a great idea

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    Your dicing with political correctness death with that post big lad!!!!!!

    For the ladies? I know what end of a spatula to hold ya know

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    I agree with Andres, I'd be up for this, in fact if she wants to organise another weekend doing the show and tell I'd be really keen

    Thought I'd make this weekend but the wifes got me going to a Japanese resturant in town for her mates birthday meal on Saturday

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    Quote Originally Posted by sycomoto View Post
    As there will be a few ladies hanging around while the blokes go out on the road ride (and Proff) Suree (wife & Chef) was wondering if anyone would be interested in a Thai cookery school, She's thinking of opening the kitchen to show a few folk the tricks of the trade and how to do starters, a couple of mains and a sweet or two. It'll be a 21/2hour lesson and you get to eat whats been made. It'll be £15 a head and you can go home with a goody bag of those hard to get bits n bobs to help you replicate the very best of thai cuisine .

    Hell .... Im missing out on this

    Any chance of doing this one again please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duchess View Post
    Hell .... Im missing out on this

    Any chance of doing this one again please

    Get your arse down to Shopshire woman, Kev can mind the wanes for a change

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    well if all goes well

    Quote Originally Posted by Duchess View Post
    Hell .... Im missing out on this

    Any chance of doing this one again please
    suree may do these sort of things on a regular basis, She wants to teach everything form veg calving (which if you see some of the ornate calvings Thai chefs can do with mundane veg, Its just awsome) through to desserts.
    I'D Rather be a live hasbeen than a dead Wanabee....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    Get your arse down to Shopshire woman, Kev can mind the wanes for a change
    I shouldnt be laughing ... but I am

    Quote Originally Posted by sycomoto View Post
    suree may do these sort of things on a regular basis, She wants to teach everything form veg calving (which if you see some of the ornate calvings Thai chefs can do with mundane veg, Its just awsome) through to desserts.
    Brilliant ... hope its goes well, it would be great to see this one

    BTW veg calving .. thats a new one on me That could be interesting.

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    sounds funny i know

    Quote Originally Posted by Duchess View Post
    I shouldnt be laughing ... but I am



    Brilliant ... hope its goes well, it would be great to see this one

    BTW veg calving .. thats a new one on me That could be interesting.
    Check out the internet under Thai vegetable carving, its pretty awsome what can be done with a carrot
    I'D Rather be a live hasbeen than a dead Wanabee....

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    Just mentioned this to Barb
    She's well up for it

















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    I'm in for the cookery school!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutley1150 View Post
    I'm in for the cookery school!
    Better wear some trousers under your chaps for a change then. That hot fat gets everywhere
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    Put me and the Mrs down for this one. Sounds great
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    Quote Originally Posted by sycomoto View Post
    Check out the internet under Thai vegetable carving, its pretty awsome what can be done with a carrot
    I can do that shit.....Got the tools and everything......
    Did a swan out of a huge watermelon for my wedding breakfast in the States.........I was just a show off bastard...
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    If I can make the weekend i'd like to put my name down for the teach in

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