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Not a classic , but surely look tasty and seeing the ingredients , it must be great.
I'll put the misses on duty for this one icon_biggrin.gif ...
Thanks Mick.

BTW : I guess "our" dog here is family of yours... When we come home late , we have to wake him up when his laying in front of the gate.
The dish gets changed around down here,I really like it as a style because it allows that mix & match approach of what's in season. I think there is now an Aussie style now. It's such a great summer dish, & so versatile.
I love birds,especially parrots but these Sulpher Crested White Cockatoos are a right royal pain in the bum. It's sort of a bird sanctuary here at Greenwell Point , huge range of birds. It's only the white cockatoos that destroy stuff & they are persistent . Lucky for them they are not good eating.Otherwise there would be Cockatoo song tam!
post #22 of 27

Adorable dog!!!! And the birds are a riot, and the food, well, it's just so beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!! Fantastic thread!!!! Cheers! - Leah

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I didn't mind birds in the past, actually I thought they were pretty. About the last year they have moved in on my deck. I wouldn't even mind and feed 'em. BUT who knew that birds could pass so much excrement, and it doesn't just wash off! I have tried blinking lights, motion sensors, calls, plastic owls, tin foil pans, streamers and spiked. Nothing moves these birds out they have set up housekeeping on my deck! If they would only just act like a dog and fly over to the neighbors and do their business, I'd put out corn and seed ...... but no, its all on the deck and their favorite spots are the handrails and all the lattice work!

 

These are just trash birds, not like cockatoos, but I guess that is all subjective to local.

 

BTW Moikel, I just found this thread it looks great man. Great for a hot summer meal, out on your deck.

post #24 of 27
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Glad you liked it Foam.Its got a bit of that universal do the best with what you got vibe.
Mango falls of the tree before its ripe ,OK we will turn it into a salad vegetable !
I would put up with bird crap ,but those Cockatoos tear stuff up ,cedar,pine, they just tear bits out of it with those big beaks. The reason the paint can is in the photo is I had to repair all the damage & repaint.
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Not getting a lot of help keeping the softwood destroying birds of the deck.

Hilarious! The hound knows that the bird has a beak! 

Think of it as a moment of natures harmony!  LOL

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I would put up with bird crap ,but those Cockatoos tear stuff up ,cedar,pine, they just tear bits out of it with those big beaks. The reason the paint can is in the photo is I had to repair all the damage & repaint.

 

When I raised dogs I learned that some things are just inherit in a critter. Like rats they have to wear their teeth down constantly, some dogs feel the need to pull and pull I assume it reverts back to the wild tendency you get meat off a corpse.

 

I would put out and tie a tire intertube from a tree, tease the dog with it and they would spend hours a day happily exercising themselves pulling against the intertube. until they got over that need anyway.

 

Maybe the cockatoo's need to sharpen their beaks, you ever try putting out some old tires for them to chew on? Just a thought and probably wouldn't work. <shrugs>

post #27 of 27
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We have mixed relationship with those particular cockatoos. They have this mischievous streak,I swear they punch holes in solar hot water bladders just to see the water geyser out! And they love tearing up styrofoam.They are also noisy ,really raucous ! The black cockatoos are a much gentler bird.
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