Finally, I make a useful sig file (your thoughts please :) )

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  1. Dome Vongvises

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    Well, I've decided on a useful sig file. My first recipe is a favorite from my childhood (hell, it's kid food really, but I still love eating it). It's easy to make, especially if there's an Asian grocery store nearby.

    BTW, what do you think of my ever-expanding DVD collection?
     
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    Well it would sure serve my fat-ass. Already looking forward to April's delight
     
  3. TheoGB

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    Hmm. It's a cool idea (though utterly useless to a vegetarian like me [​IMG]) but are you sure it's not a bit too long?
     
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    Do you have any good marinade recipes? Beef or chicken?

    Thanks
     
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    I think it is a unique idea, Dome. I will look forward to your ever-changing sig. [​IMG]
     
  7. Stevan Lay

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    How about supplying a picture of how the dish should turn out.
     
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    I thought everyone clicked to turn signatures off when the board's software changed.

    Does anyone still read signature files? I don't. Am I the only one?
     
  9. Matt Stryker

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    Drop the font size and add a picture. And I'm going to the Asian grocery up the street, that sounds really good right now.

    Maybe the chicken coconut soup next month? I'm dying to find a good recipe that isn't overly complex.
     
  10. SteveGon

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    Dome, that sounds delicious! [​IMG]
     
  11. Dome Vongvises

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    Thanks for the responses guys!

     
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    Mmmmm.
    Kay-at-sai! Arroy dee ma!
    (My mother is Thai, and she made that dish all the time when I was growing up.)
    Slight digression:
    Ever hear nOrh speakers, by the way?
    http://www.norh.com/
    They're Thai--I was in Thailand earlier this month, and went there for an audition. Namphung was there to spin some CD's for us!
     
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    I'm not vegetarian so I think I'll try that recipe sometime. Also, a dessert recipe would be a great idea! How about a recipe for a strawberry-chocolate-peanut butter-shortbread-ketchup carrot cake? [​IMG]
     
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    Making it two-columned, with a bit of editing, it saves a bit of space.

    Thai Omelette with Minced Pork (Tastes omelette like, hint of sharpness)

    serves: 2 lean people or 1 fatass


    2 eggs

    1/4 pound of ground pork

    1 1/2 tbls of fish sauce

    2 tbls of thin soy sauce

    pepper

    garlic powder

    optional: onions

    1. Beat eggs and add fish sauce, soy sauce, pepper, and garlic powder.

    2. Add pork and mix thoroughly.

    3. Let pork absorb egg mixture for 2 minutes.

    4. Fry egg mixture on Med-High with vegetable oil until golden brown.

    5. Serve with rice and Thai style chili sauce (siracha)


    Here's the code:

     
  16. Dome Vongvises

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    Well, evidently, I've violated one of the rules of this forum, and Ronald Epstein has asked me to remove my sig. I've sent it to other moderators, and I'll ask Parker Clack to see if I can come to a compromise. So much for that idea.....
     
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    What, with the tables? Darn. And it looked so cool...
     
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