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20 hours ago, Mekong said:

Food. Dogs Eye
 

Would that be a Dogs Eye Floater?

Nah traditional for me although I am partial to a Tiger from 'Harry's Cafe de Wheels.

Harry's has been an iconic part of Sydney for over 80 years. Became a bit of a must visit for celebrities. Lots of pics and autographs framed and hung up around the place. Sinatra, Ali, Prince Harry. Even Colonel Sanders popped in.

 

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1 hour ago, khunsanuk said:

Hi,

Gotta ask, what is that?

Sanuk!
 

Meat Pie,, Mash, Mushy Peas and Gravy.

The way I know a “Floater” is Pi’s in Pea Soup, a speciality of “Big John” The Bangkok Pieman on Tong Lor 20 years ago, but he was from Adelaide, maybe a different style than Sydney.

 

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Mushy Peas can be bought in cans in the "Foreign" aisle of our supermarket, next to the Wasabi and Cherry Cola...

I've always just overcooked, normal frozen peas, using the stone method* whenever I've desired Mushy Peas.

 

*stone method: in which food is boiled in a pot with a stone and when the stone is soft, the food is ready, primarily an English dish.

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20 minutes ago, Coss said:

*stone method: in which food is boiled in a pot with a stone and when the stone is soft, the food is ready, primarily an English dish.

Says a man who comes from a country where the national dish is “Maori Boil-Up”

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Maori Boil-Up is underrated 

Originally this was based on the early - Puha and Pakeha.

Wherein Puha, is a plant much like Sow Thistle and Pakeha, was the white fella from overseas.

Not having pots, to boil in, they were stewed in pieces of broken canoe, affording a trough-like vessel, that would be heated over stones, much like the Hangi method.

Of course with the arrival of Pakeha, there were also pots to be had, and the Boil Up has become enshrined in history, though Pork is now used to replace the original meat.

Vegetables like potato and pumpkin are now also used.

 

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