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Old 21.01.2011, 21:41
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Re: [Food] Marriages made in Heaven

Potatoes, carrots and celeriac......the ultimate winter comfort food - root vegetable mash, with cream, butter and nutmeg.
Makes you glow all over.........
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Re: [Food] Marriages made in Heaven

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Wensleydale without fruitcake is like a kiss without a squeeze.
Bollox you got that one in before me .

How about Anchovies blended into Natural Yoghurt .. yum!
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Kofta (meatballs) and spiced yoghurt sauce. Mmmm...
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Old 28.03.2011, 16:04
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Food experiments

Anyone have any strange or unconventional snacks or meals? I don't mean strange as in cow's tongue or chicken feet, but more like foods that, when mixed, go against culinary norms yet delightfully surprise your palate. An easy example is chocolate (or caramel) and salt.

When I was a young schoolboy, one of my friends used to bring in his packed lunch a sandwich with peanut butter, French mustard, bananas and a slice of processed cheese. I've been eating them ever since!
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Old 28.03.2011, 16:21
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Re: Food experiments

Everything + chilli sause, including but not limited to: candies, potato chips, French fries, hotdogs, meat, chocolate, pizza, hamburgers and of course tacos.

Ohh, and if you tasted all the Mexican variations of pizza: with jalapeņos, beans, meat, avocado, spicy meat...
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Old 28.03.2011, 16:22
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Deep fried Mars bar, deep fried haggis, deep fried pizza, shall i go on?
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Old 28.03.2011, 16:22
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Re: Food experiments

This is one of my favourite salads for summer evenings =

Cos lettuce arranged on a platter
Covered with cubed watermelon, thin slices of red onion, cubed feta cheese and baby capers

Make a dressing of fresh orange juice, minced fresh mint and a little olive oil and pour over salad
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Old 28.03.2011, 16:38
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Tin of sardines and a jar of pickled baby corn.

Then again, you have to be pregnant to enjoy it...
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Old 29.03.2011, 22:20
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Re: [Food] Marriages made in Heaven

I miss fresh made smoothies most
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