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Thread: Recent News Story Proclaiming Which Food is THE "Best in the World"!

  1. #1
    Brian Anasta Guest

    Default Recent News Story Proclaiming Which Food is THE "Best in the World"!

    Hi Guys,

    Just thought a few folk here MAY be interested in a recently published
    news story with a headline which states "Thai food the best in the
    world"...I won't copy and paste the whole article here (I believe
    doing so would BE against forum regulations), so will instead post the
    website link so that IF folk want to go take a look, they are more
    THAN welcome to do so. Hopefully this will clear up a little of the
    doubt over recent days in regard to the 'at times' heated discussion
    amongst some folk here as to who has the best cuisine. Is a neat
    little site and story...

    http://tomyumsoupthaifood.blogspot.com/

    Kind Regards,
    Brian Anasta

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    Bob Terwilliger Guest

    Default Re: Recent News Story Proclaiming Which Food is THE "Best in the World"!

    Nasty blathered (I removed obnoxious, immature, and jejune cross-posting):

    > Just thought a few folk here MAY be interested in a recently published
    > news story with a headline which states "Thai food the best in the
    > world"...


    You were wrong.


    > I won't copy and paste the whole article here (I believe
    > doing so would BE against forum regulations), so will instead post the
    > website link so that IF folk want to go take a look, they are more
    > THAN welcome to do so. Hopefully this will clear up a little of the
    > doubt over recent days in regard to the 'at times' heated discussion
    > amongst some folk here as to who has the best cuisine. Is a neat
    > little site and story...
    >
    > http://tomyumsoupthaifood.blogspot.com/


    That's not a news story. It's a blog. Are you unable to tell the difference?

    Bob




  3. #3
    cshenk Guest

    Default Re: Recent News Story Proclaiming Which Food is THE "Best in the World"!

    "Bob Terwilliger" wrote
    > Nasty blathered (I removed obnoxious, immature, and jejune cross-posting):


    >> Just thought a few folk here MAY be interested in a recently published
    >> news story with a headline which states "Thai food the best in the
    >> world"...


    > You were wrong.


    I invited him to post a recipe for his favorite Thai but he's not bothered.
    Just more spam to rec.knives. It all reads the same too. Even the one with
    a 5 ingredient list that can almost only make Thai foods because you have to
    use all 5 of them and nothing else.

    If he was actually posting recipes, I wouldn't mind him. Heck, I post
    plenty of Japanese ones, but I also post USA Southern and bits of other
    things. The most recent Japan set was in reply to a request.



  4. #4
    Virginia Tadrzynski Guest

    Default Re: Recent News Story Proclaiming Which Food is THE "Best in the World"!


    "cshenk" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected] ...
    > "Bob Terwilliger" wrote
    >> Nasty blathered (I removed obnoxious, immature, and jejune
    >> cross-posting):

    >
    >>> Just thought a few folk here MAY be interested in a recently published
    >>> news story with a headline which states "Thai food the best in the
    >>> world"...

    >
    >> You were wrong.

    >
    > I invited him to post a recipe for his favorite Thai but he's not
    > bothered. Just more spam to rec.knives. It all reads the same too. Even
    > the one with a 5 ingredient list that can almost only make Thai foods
    > because you have to use all 5 of them and nothing else.
    >
    > If he was actually posting recipes, I wouldn't mind him. Heck, I post
    > plenty of Japanese ones, but I also post USA Southern and bits of other
    > things. The most recent Japan set was in reply to a request.
    >
    >


    I would have more respect for a person who wanted readers for his blog if he
    just posted "I have a blog, please read it" than this crapola.
    -g



  5. #5
    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: Recent News Story Proclaiming Which Food is THE "Best in the World"!

    On Mon, 12 Jul 2010 09:39:52 -0400, cshenk wrote:

    > "Bob Terwilliger" wrote
    >> Nasty blathered (I removed obnoxious, immature, and jejune cross-posting):

    >
    >>> Just thought a few folk here MAY be interested in a recently published
    >>> news story with a headline which states "Thai food the best in the
    >>> world"...

    >
    >> You were wrong.

    >
    > I invited him to post a recipe for his favorite Thai but he's not bothered.
    > Just more spam to rec.knives. It all reads the same too. Even the one with
    > a 5 ingredient list that can almost only make Thai foods because you have to
    > use all 5 of them and nothing else.
    >
    > If he was actually posting recipes, I wouldn't mind him. Heck, I post
    > plenty of Japanese ones, but I also post USA Southern and bits of other
    > things. The most recent Japan set was in reply to a request.


    you post whatever kind of recipes you like, darlin'. unlike brian, you
    don't seem bent on whipping the rest of us into shape.

    your pal,
    blake

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    cshenk Guest

    Default Re: Recent News Story Proclaiming Which Food is THE "Best in the World"!

    "blake murphy" wrote
    > cshenk wrote:


    >> If he was actually posting recipes, I wouldn't mind him. Heck, I post
    >> plenty of Japanese ones, but I also post USA Southern and bits of other
    >> things. The most recent Japan set was in reply to a request.

    >
    > you post whatever kind of recipes you like, darlin'. unlike brian, you
    > don't seem bent on whipping the rest of us into shape.


    LOL! Yeah and mine are mostly 'on request' and tend to be many in one post.
    Probably had about 40 (guessing) among the 3 posts for Peter in the Miso
    thread when he asked for them. Scaled sets for variation and related both
    to how to use miso and geaed around stomach surgery recovery. They work in
    layers as he recovers starting from clear broths and winding up with a steak
    type that you can sliver and eat cold from the fridge in small bits.

    Meantime, Brian has made a hash of rec.knives. You can see the few
    remaining folks struggling with spam filters. What's happening is many here
    are forgetting to pull rec.knives out and so *we* are innocently spamming
    them.


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