Friday, 24 October 2014

16:00:00 by Kees, Categories: Admin
I just checked, my last real post was from April. All posts thereafter, Monthly Quote, Monthly Babe, were generated automatically.
Last year at work was very hectic and will be for some time. I had to work some weekends and was online and on the phone with people from India, Singapore, Germany, the US, the UK. It's a global world indeed !
I also discovered minecraft, which also costed some considerable time. But that was just fun. So my next posts will be to remove some backlog, and from there we'll see !


Wednesday, 1 October 2014

01:00:02 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Gag


01:00:01 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Babe


Monica Bellucci


Monday, 1 September 2014

01:00:02 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Gag


01:00:01 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Babe


Mary-Louise Parker


Friday, 1 August 2014

01:00:02 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Gag


01:00:01 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Babe


Madeline Zima


Tuesday, 1 July 2014

01:01:02 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Gag


01:01:01 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Babe


Daniella Sarahyba


Sunday, 1 June 2014

01:00:02 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Gag


01:00:01 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Babe


Katy Perry


Thursday, 1 May 2014

01:00:02 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Gag


01:00:01 by Kees, Categories: Monthly Babe


Bregje Heinen


Monday, 28 April 2014

21:59:00 by Kees, Categories: Faits Divers
Took over a Yellow Lamgorhgini today


Sunday, 13 April 2014

05:21:00 pm by Kees, Categories: Things I Eat
This is a really easy and tasty recipe. It's preparation time is as long as it takes to glaze some onions, a liter of water to boil plus at about 5 minutes for the veggies.

Ingredients (for two servings)
  • 2 Rawits or an equivalent of other Chilis
  • 4 Cloves of Garlic
  • 1 Onion
  • 1 liter of water
  • Fish Broth for 1 liter
  • 1 Tomatoe
  • Thai Red Curry Paste to Taste (one spoon per serving?)
  • Veggies (Pak Soi/Chinese Cabbage or anything else that's left in the fridge)
  • A tin of Crab
  • Noodles for two servings

Preparation
  • Slice the Onion, Chilis and the Garlic Cloves
  • Heat some oil, add the sliced Onions, Chilies and Cloves and simmer until the Onions get glazy
  • In the meantime slice the Tomatoe and add this, the Broth and the Water when the Onions are ready
  • Bring the water to a boil
  • In the meantime slice the Veggies
  • Also check the cooking time of the Noodles, and make a WAG for the cooking time of the Veggies
  • When the water boils add Noodles and Veggies when appropriate and bring it to a simmer
  • Taste and add additional Curry Paste when necessary
  • Before serving add the Crab and let it simmer for another minute
Variations:
  1. With Coconut milk, but compensate the amount of water that is used
  2. Add a quarter cup of lime juice to get Hot and Sour Thai Crab Soup
  3. Instead of Fish Stock Chicken Broth can be used, but then an additional quarter cup of Thai Fish Sauce has to be used for a similar result
You can't go wrong !


Tuesday, 1 April 2014

21:07:00 by Kees, Categories: Humour


 Take a look at
 Streetview.


01:00:02 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Gag


01:00:01 am by Kees, Categories: Monthly Babe


Billabong


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