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    Food for the Weekend.

    As mentioned previously, Takeaway food is available from Penstowe Manor next to the campsite which also has a bar, a clubhouse and swimming pool for anyone interested.

    I will bring a gas BBQ so those that would like to, can bring their own food to cook as they choose.

    There are also a couple of superb bakeries in Bude that make traditional Cornish Pastys: I intend to buy a few to sell at cost in the evenings.

    Plus the Humbugs (Andy and Paula) are going to cook a Tom Kha Gai, which is Chicken with lemongrass and galangal in coconut milk, with onion and green beans. It's not a spicy hot dish but individuals can add Andy and Paula's home grown chillies if they wish.
    They will also do a vegetable Pad Thai which is basically stir fried vegetables with noodles and egg in a tangy and slightly spicy sauce with a hint of tamarind and lime. Again they will provide crushed chillies so individuals can make it hotter.

    The cost will be a very reasonable £4.00 per head, that is for both dishes on a plate. Plates and cutlery can be provided if required.
    Any profit made will be donated to the Bansang Hospital Appeal which is a charity Andy is supporting with Scooters in the Sahara later this year. A very good cause.


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    Thom Gai Ga

    That sounds perfect for satday night for Sue and I and of course we will pay a generous tip if the proceeds are gong to Bansang
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    Quote Originally Posted by MATKAT View Post
    That sounds perfect for satday night for Sue and I and of course we will pay a generous tip if the proceeds are gong to Bansang
    Thanks Freddy.

    I've seen Richard (Madmountainman) today and he and Sandy will be having a plate of food too. Richard has requested and extra large helping!

    So I can get a rough idea of numbers and could you please express an interest here so I bring enough ingredients, crockery and cutlery. Please also say what evening you would like food (or both). Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post
    Thanks Freddy.

    I've seen Richard (Madmountainman) today and he and Sandy will be having a plate of food too. Richard has requested and extra large helping!

    So I can get a rough idea of numbers and could you please express an interest here so I bring enough ingredients, crockery and cutlery. Please also say what evening you would like food (or both). Thanks.
    Of course Rich needs an extra large portion he is a big unit
    Oh and even though i'm a smaller unit I would like a big portion too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post
    Thanks Freddy.

    I've seen Richard (Madmountainman) today and he and Sandy will be having a plate of food or two. Richard has requested and extra large helping!

    So I can get a rough idea of numbers and could you please express an interest here so I bring enough ingredients, crockery and cutlery. Please also say what evening you would like food (or both). Thanks.
    Just corrected your post regarding my 'plate of food' Andy.


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    Here's one I made earlier. It's nicely matured now.



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    Me both nights please

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    Pic 1... now that's a Richie size dish! Will happily scoff both nights Andy if you have too many ingredients left over from Friday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon View Post
    .......

    Plus the Humbugs (Andy and Paula) are going to cook a Tom Kha Gai, which is Chicken with lemongrass and galangal in coconut milk, with onion and green beans. It's not a spicy hot dish but individuals can add Andy and Paula's home grown chillies if they wish.
    They will also do a vegetable Pad Thai which is basically stir fried vegetables with noodles and egg in a tangy and slightly spicy sauce with a hint of tamarind and lime. Again they will provide crushed chillies so individuals can make it hotter.

    The cost will be a very reasonable £4.00 per head, that is for both dishes on a plate. Plates and cutlery can be provided if required.
    Any profit made will be donated to the Bansang Hospital Appeal which is a charity Andy is supporting with Scooters in the Sahara later this year. A very good cause.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill-H View Post
    Put me down for some of that please


    which night is it for?
    It will probably be available for both nights. If I run out of anything I'll be able to purchase extra ingredients at Morrisons in Bude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post
    It will probably be available for both nights. If I run out of anything I'll be able to purchase extra ingredients at Morrisons in Bude.

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    Me and Barb please....
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    We'll be there ...

    ... both nights, so I'll book 1 veg and 3 carnivores for each night please. Will stump up even if we don't manage it as Bansang needs the cash
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    We've found a potential lunch spot for Friday, or maybe Saturday, in Mawgan Porth.


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    Put me down for the food please

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    Quote Originally Posted by oblertone View Post
    ... both nights, so I'll book 1 veg and 3 carnivores for each night please. Will stump up even if we don't manage it as Bansang needs the cash
    I can do the Tom Kha as a vegetarian option too. I just leave out the Gai!
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