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Getting Breakfast cooked by Thai GF In Thailand ?

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Says jxxxl:

First thing I did was to teach my GF, now wife, to make good coffee. I have a stove top espresso maker. All she has to do is put in the water and coffee grounds and it's perfect. How do you screw that up?

 

Recently I taught my wife how to cook proper streaky bacon and she does it well. She still can't do eggs though.

 

It's just a matter of talent and proper education. If your GF doesn't have the former, forget the latter and eat out.

 

Ha ah,

 

i guess practice will make perfect..with eggs although has been a while now :doah:

 

May try coffee your way :up:

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I normally just have a bowl of cornflakes in the morgning and I have to say that she makes it just the same way as I do :: :D

 

 

 

 

 

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When I stay at the home of my gf she always prepares breakfast for me - Western style. :applause: In the village it's different - only Thai food.

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Says Cyborg:

I normally just have a bowl of cornflakes in the morgning and I have to say that she makes it just the same way as I do ::
:D

 

 

 

 


 

Not much she can do wrong with cornflakes ::

Unless she tries to cook them :neener:

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Says jp1:

When I stay at the home of my gf she always prepares breakfast for me - Western style.
:applause:
In the village it's different - only Thai food.

 

Western Style...you teach her?

Scrambled eggs..ask her to say that ::

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TB - nevere found a problem with scambled eggs, sunny side or omeletes that Thais do all the time anyway.

 

Now if you want a challenge, try 'easy over'. :grinyes:

 

(the eggs lad, the eggs :rolleyes:)

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Says LaoHuLi:

No never boil milk
:nono:

 

Maybe try beer, a splash of nam pla and add some chilis for a Thai flavor.
:neener:

 

 

On my 2 boiled eggs????? :doah:

 

Where is your restaurant....need to cross it of my list :neener:

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