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By bleachrandy ·
Tastefully arranged, multi coloured, on a steel plate with alloted places for each dish and rice or roti (Indian bread) in the m

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Nope. Just tatefully arranged. :)

by seanferd In reply to ???? -- Another Lost Repl ...

Now you need to figure out the arrangement.

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You signed up just to tell us about your dinnerware?

by CharlieSpencer In reply to general

What is this, HGTV? Are you hosting a dinner party? Is there going to be any real food, or is this one of those deals where all you have is tiny portions and I'm better off eating before I get there? Most important, is there an open bar?

Never mind, I'm not eating anything prepared by someone with 'bleach' in his username.

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sounds like

by jck In reply to You signed up just to tel ...

he could use a nice bottle of chianti and some fava beans.... *sucks on bottom lip like Hannibal* :^0

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by NotSoChiGuy In reply to general

Delectable pieces of chicken battered with spicy breading, and arranged inside eye catching bucket; with cartons allocated for mashy tates and biscuits.

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LOL :^0

by seanferd In reply to Colonel

On target.

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by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to general

excessively small shrimp and other seafood delectables arranged, or not, to suit the budget and need for speed of the cheap.

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by NotSoChiGuy In reply to captain

Loved that cartoon as a kid!


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I think he was describing a "Thali"

by neilb@uk In reply to general

that's a complete Indian meal served on a plate with separate depressions in the dish for different parts of the meal. Sometimes it's a platter with lots of little dishes.

Neil :)

Information supplied free of charge by NITS(tm) International Culinary Division because Man cannot have too much curry. even if it's only pictures.

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I was wondering

by seanferd In reply to I think he was describing ...

As a steel plate, no matter how colorful and tastefully arranged, doesn't strike me as any sort of meal I'd want, with rice and bread or otherwise.

edit: And never invite an M for dinner.

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I'll keep that in mind.

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to I was wondering

From here on out I only invite O's and S's.

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