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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #75 on: 11 January 2018, 03:05:11 »

Sausages!  ::)  ;D

Great as part of a full English breakfast of: 4 rashers of Bacon, 4 Sausages, two fried eggs on two slices of fried bread, a fried tomato, black pudding, fried mushrooms, half a tin of tomatoes, half a tin of beans all covered with plenty of brown sauce with a couple of slices of toast and butter on the side and washed down with a mug or two of coffee or tea. :y :y :y

Sets you up for the day and only the bigger eaters need to stop for a full lunch. ;D ;D ;D
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #76 on: 11 January 2018, 08:48:10 »

Rods2, it seems that you are as big an oink as me!
Have you tried a Toby Carvery's all-you-can-eat breakfast at 4:95? You get as much as you stated except fot the black pudding, with a yorkshire pud, scrambled and fried eggs and a potato and bacon thing, as much toast and jam as you want and bottom;ess tea/coffee for an extra 2.
I'm feeling hungry..... :)

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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #77 on: 11 January 2018, 09:22:39 »

Just to drift off a little further, I've just borrowed a DVD of Disney's Fantasia from the library - just as wonderful as the first time I saw it in a News rheatre in London.

DVDs, libraries.. Lizzie reminiscing of a time before students got all their information from Wikipedia.

It's a 1990s timewarp! ;)

Next you'll be telling me you've popped down to Blockbuster to rent Dumbo, Ron :)
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #78 on: 11 January 2018, 09:38:35 »

No Aaron, I'm after Rock Follies next for the singing (magical Julie Covington) and the scenery (gorgeous Julie Covington)..... 8)

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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #79 on: 11 January 2018, 10:09:48 »

Whilst I don't disagree with you, I find such changes pointless in this context. Evolution of spelling/language usualy (but not always!) aids clarity, but in this case we both know whom we are talking about and therefore see no reason to deviate from the original Boudicca - makes me sound posher, too!
Good debate, thogh - now let's go back to talking about gravy?  :y

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Fair enough Ron :y :y

I love such debates, and miss very much those I had within the family, within business, and then even more so at university with top academics. Highly stimulating that made me question so much that I thought I knew. 8) 8)

Now gravy; beef always for me, but as previously stated with the fats of yesteryear. Like bacon rind that I eat raw for decades, why did we have to touch these things in the "interests of food safety" ?!

Debate anyone? ;D ;)
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #80 on: 11 January 2018, 10:37:50 »

Whilst I don't disagree with you, I find such changes pointless in this context. Evolution of spelling/language usualy (but not always!) aids clarity, but in this case we both know whom we are talking about and therefore see no reason to deviate from the original Boudicca - makes me sound posher, too!
Good debate, thogh - now let's go back to talking about gravy?  :y

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Fair enough Ron :y :y

I love such debates, and miss very much those I had within the family, within business, and then even more so at university with top academics. Highly stimulating that made me question so much that I thought I knew. 8) 8)

Now gravy; beef always for me, but as previously stated with the fats of yesteryear. Like bacon rind that I eat raw for decades, why did we have to touch these things in the "interests of food safety" ?!

Debate anyone? ;D ;)


Crisped up.....maybe.

Raw......for the birds during the winter months.
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #81 on: 11 January 2018, 17:43:35 »

and KFC dont deliver to our area  ::)
I had an emergency KFC when in lazydocker land. Fortunately, the hotel was within 40mins, so I made a mess of their potty, not my smalls.


WTF is in the Colonel's secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices?
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #82 on: 11 January 2018, 17:47:01 »

and KFC dont deliver to our area  ::)
I had an emergency KFC when in lazydocker land. Fortunately, the hotel was within 40mins, so I made a mess of their potty, not my smalls.


WTF is in the Colonel's secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices?

Crystal Meth I reckon the amount and regularity that some eat it!  ::)
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #83 on: 11 January 2018, 17:52:35 »

I could never get fat on it, defo more comes out than goes in.
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #84 on: 11 January 2018, 18:24:08 »

11 different variety of laxative perhaps? :D ;D Anyway not exactly a food but food related,as I live alone and work all day I think the best cooking aid ever invented-especially so in winter months has to be the slow cooker,bung stuff in in the morning while making a cuppa set it going and walk in later to a lovely aroma and a fully cooked meal :y
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #85 on: 11 January 2018, 18:34:58 »

Agree re slow cookers, ours has just cracked and gone to the tip.
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #86 on: 11 January 2018, 20:12:43 »

Going back to the first post,  you can actually buy meatloaf in Lidl, and very tasty it is too.

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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #87 on: 11 January 2018, 20:21:58 »

dare I ask what is in meatloaf - never had any; isa it as bad as/similar to corned beef?
I'll likely be going to Lidl tomorrow for wiper blades, so......

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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #88 on: 11 January 2018, 21:05:39 »

It is made of ground meat of virtually any kind and a mixture of onion/egg/salt/pepper/sage/breadcrumbs/milk and anything else you might want to add to taste.
The one I had was quite tasty though I have no idea what exactly was in it.
Worth a try.

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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #89 on: 11 January 2018, 21:32:15 »

It is made of ground meat of virtually any kind and a mixture of onion/egg/salt/pepper/sage/breadcrumbs/milk and anything else you might want to add to taste.
The one I had was quite tasty though I have no idea what exactly was in it.
Worth a try.

 :) :)
The same as most processed meat products: scrotum, eyeballs, connective tissue etc., and plenty of flavourings. Yum yum.
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