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dried squid

Discussion in 'Warnings and Dangers' started by bigmac, Nov 21, 2018.

  1. bigmac
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    bigmac Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    back in the summer--a visiting relative gave my wife a pack of dried squid.

    i recently noticed an off smell in one of the kitchen cupboards. she said it was probably the squid. so last night she fried it. and ate it with rice and tomatoes.

    today ive had to open all the windows and doors. we have visitors coming later. they might think we need an exorcism.

    she has agreed not to cook it again. the stink was unbelievable.
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  2. DavidAlma
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    DavidAlma Active Member

    It can be an awful stink. My wife cooks anything stinky in the garden.
  3. bigmac
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    bigmac Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    we need a dirty kitchen
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  4. KeithAngel
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    KeithAngel 2063 Lifetime Member

    :)
  5. Mattecube
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    Mattecube Glad i did it Trusted Member

    It's the only fish I could not eat on my visits to the Philippines.
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  6. graham59
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    graham59 Well-Known Member

    That's bad ?

    I was passed a bowl of deep fried bite-sized chunks of our neighbour's dog, at their house blessing yesterday.
  7. HaloHalo
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    HaloHalo Administrator Staff Member

    Paw you Graham that’s pretty woof going. Don’t get hot under the collar though they were just being pawlite. Their bark is worst than their bite :)
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  8. bigmac
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    bigmac Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    i thought you were going to say deep fried bite sized chunks of your neighbour.
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  9. graham59
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    graham59 Well-Known Member

    Could have done with some 'hair of the dog this morning though'. :confused:

    Good party.

    Nice house too...


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  10. Mavi
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    Mavi Member

    My partner almost throw up when he smelled the dried fish that I've fried the other day! Haha! Part of being married/in a relationship with a Filipina! Include fish sauce and shrimp paste:p
  11. DavidAlma
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    DavidAlma Active Member

    Sorry but don't agree. Being in a relationship with any nationality does not mean having to tolerate something which is totally abhorrent to you. Yes I appreciate that my wife loves frying dried fish, but out of respect to our relationship, she does it on the grill in the garden.
  12. Mavi
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    Mavi Member

    Right, you don’t have to agree. It was a joke, not applicable to all ofcourse.
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  13. Jim
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    Jim Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    First time asawa ko fried some up in England the neighbour's come out complaining about the stink. lol
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  14. Mavi
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    Mavi Member

    I have a friend in Scotland, their neighbour rang the police because of the smell! Lol! I don’t know why we have this kind of food! Haha.
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  15. bigmac
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    bigmac Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    my wife is giving the rest to her sister. she can get her neighbours complaining.
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  16. DavidAlma
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    DavidAlma Active Member

    OK, didn't realise it was a joke.

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