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what do you enjoy to eat

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by Margaret13, Oct 12, 2015.

  1. Margaret13

    Margaret13 Honorary Member

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    Well the younger ones stayed the weekend so this weekend I have had Indian , pie and mash and liquor , cheese ( lots) with crackers , a full English ( which I don't never have much ) and home made burgers oh and some where in-between that lot cheese cake :eek: and as nice as it was to see them I am looking forward to a roast dinner which is something I enjoy :) I do like fish and chips too but never had time to fit that in :D
     
  2. essex sniper

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    I enjoy my food so I haven't enough time to write all I like ...but Indian is a favorite
     
  3. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    It's that time of year again for those hearty full calorie roast dinners!

    fish and chips is one of my favorites (free:up:) with creamy mash and posh mushy peas, and my signiture also takes a bit of beating!
     
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    i like to BBQ and anything done on a bbq is ok by me ,steak, chicken breast,ribs,stuffed peppers
    but in the winter ....stews, cottage pie ect
     
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    Anything my wife makes tastes the best!!

    I love curries and Fish & Chips though too ..... all washed down with lashings of real ale.
     
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    I am the KFC king..love it.
     
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    Fish and Chips. Found a great little chippy near Asda at Chelmsford called Martella's. Nice crunchy batter and flaky fish like it used to be when I was little.. Most of the chippies these days only give you a slither.
     
  8. Stevie Darling

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    Bring back fish and chips in newspaper!!!
     
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    slow roasted lamb with mint gravy...duck fat roasted potatoes, honey roasted carrots and parsnips and yorkshire puddings with mustard in the mix...followed by apple crumble with custard
     
  10. Jimmypie

    Jimmypie Self isolating taking it one meme at a time

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    Anything . I love all food !
     
  11. NorfolkDave

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    Anything from the pie and peas stall on Yarmouth market to top quality scallops in a decent restaurant.

    Couldn't give a toss for Michelin starred food though. If it's been messed about with too much I'm not interested.

    These days however the old body is rejecting certain things and the list is narrowing.

    My death row meal would be:

    6 grilled langoustines with fresh lemon juice and rock salt, with a nice sharp Gerwurtztraminer.
    Bouillabaisse served with genuine french bread, with a well breathed 2005 Rioja Gran Reserva.
    Vienetta, chocolate of course. With a cheeky little bottle of Tokaj a royal vintage of course.
    To finish, (I mean indigestion's not going to worry me is it) a perfectly ripe Stilton, some runny brie and a proper crumbly red Leicester with a few digestives. Of course a late bottled vintage port will be needed to slide it all down.

    and then.....

    three things I gave up many years ago:

    Strong black filter coffee (none of your poncey rubbish that passes for coffee these days) an extremely large brandy, and a mellow not too small cigar.

    Dave
     
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    I love chicken n mushroom pie from the chippy I just love eating the pastry base or whole as such like a pasty.

    a nice pile of butter fried mushrooms.

    Chicken balti.

    sweet n sour port ,Cantonese .

    a proper sweet crisp juicey Apple.

    Lamp chops n mint sauce with mash ,cabbage ,roasties n carrots .

    a bag of roast beef walkers .

    all these I love and take time eating thinking I enjoy it at the same time.
    the rest is just food.
     
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    IS it dinner time yet?
     
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    I'm not a foody. Hardly eat maybe one meal a day and that could just be a sandwich..... but, I'd sell my soul for a bacon and egg toasty.
     
  15. Kyska

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    This ^^^

    I'm addicted to mushrooms!
     
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    STEAK in all its forms
     
  17. oedbachgen

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    The good old fish and chips, salt and vinegar, bread and butter for me:up:.
     
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    BBQ, Roast dinner, Chinese, Pizza, Spag Bol and fish and chips for me
     
  19. Alex.B

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    haribo :D
     
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    any sort of seafood except oysters i tried them once and once was enough it was like trying to swallow a mouth full of cold skanky snot :puke: but usually anything to do with whole chicken breast and garlic does it for me but if i'm taking time out of training then i cant get enough of crispy bacon , fried egg , mature cheddar and salad cream or tomatoe sauce on toast , not good for the waist line or arterys but lovely with of course a mug of tea thats that strong it's dark brown with only a dash of milk and no sugar
     

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