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Offline Naga

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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #10 on: January 07, 2019, 08:43 AM »
...Guitar shops I avoid for different reasons, kid in a candy store unfortunately :D...

You and me both, Rob! :)

PS: Your curries look great - as usual!

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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #11 on: January 07, 2019, 03:33 PM »
Guitar shops I avoid for different reasons, kid in a candy store unfortunately :D

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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #12 on: January 07, 2019, 04:00 PM »
Nice to see your Vindaloo glistening in the light SR, very tasty looking food here.

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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #13 on: January 07, 2019, 06:07 PM »
Looking good. Love a vindaloo; cider vinager and black pepper a must, never tried jaggery though...

What Pasananda recipe did you use, still a dish I've never cracked?

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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #14 on: January 07, 2019, 09:28 PM »
Looking good. Love a vindaloo; cider vinager and black pepper a must, never tried jaggery though...

What Pasananda recipe did you use, still a dish I've never cracked?
Thanks Fried! I agree on the black pepper and I think I will use vinegar in the future. I normally add a squirt of ketchup which has a bit of sweetness so that is the only reason I added the jaggery, it was just under half a teaspoon, after a quick taste it just needed a bit of balancing.
I don't know how authentic the passada I cook is, I've never eaten a restaurant passanda! The recipe I used was very similar to this  http://www.curry-recipes.co.uk/curry/index.php?topic=14371.0 but I didn't use any masala sauce.or ground cloves.

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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #15 on: January 07, 2019, 09:48 PM »
Just realised, theres NO massive oil slick in your curries.

I used 2 tablespoons (measuring spoon) in the vindaloo and 1 tablespoon in the passanda. The vindaloo was very oily after I reduced the first ladle of base but it turned out just right for me. I do get the occasional oily curry but I tend to be conservative with the amount of oil that goes into my base and final curry.

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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #16 on: January 07, 2019, 10:26 PM »
Nice to see your Vindaloo glistening in the light SR, very tasty looking food here.
Thanks CarpCarp! Yes and still some left for dinner tonight  ;)

SoberRat, a nice old Fender (or a really nice shiny new one) will set you back a bit more than a mobile phone. 
It certainly will Livo  ;D I know it too well haha! A neighbor of mine had a 1966 fender strat that wasn't in the best of health and she sold it for 15 grand!

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You and me both, Rob! :)

PS: Your curries look great - as usual!
Thanks Naga. Off topic I know but below are the two most recent, but not that recent, reasons why I avoid guitar shops! Last is a rather rare guitar that I've had for 30 years.
Can any of you guitarists name them all? :D





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Rob
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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #17 on: January 07, 2019, 11:07 PM »


Can any of you guitarists name them all? :D





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Rob

Thats a PRS and the last one is driving me nuts because I should know it..

Is 3 a Kramer?

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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #18 on: January 07, 2019, 11:13 PM »
Yes the PRS was one of those guitars I had to get. They stopped making that model with the solid Brazillian Rosewood neck after that so I'm glad I did but paying for it hurt!
The last guitar is a Washburn EC29. The 29 frets was one of those 1980's ideas for shredders everywhere!  :D
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Re: Chicken Vindaloo and Chicken Passanda! First curries of the year.
« Reply #19 on: January 07, 2019, 11:16 PM »
Yes the PRS was one of those guitars I had to get. They stopped making that model with the solid Brazillian Rosewood neck after that so I'm glad I did but paying for it hurt!
The last guitar is a Washburn EC29. The 29 frets was one of those 1980's ideas for shredders everywhere!  :D
The first one looks like a strat but I don't think it is

I'm not a guitarist but my mate collects them and now has about 50 and thats where most of what i know about them comes from lol


 


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