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    I often mixed peas with corn but never had gravy, but if the hipster brigade says no then I'm all on it.

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    There aren't many foodstuffs that won't be improved by the addition of gravy.

    Sweetcorn and gravy is perfectly normal in my house, so you're not alone Ian. I imagine that will trouble you, rather than comfort you, soz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggles View Post
    I often mixed peas with corn but never had gravy, but if the hipster brigade says no then I'm all on it.
    I'd quite happily have peas, sweetcorn and gravy on my roast. My working class roots are showing

    I also have roast potatoes and mash, so perhaps my family are just deviants.

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    If you're having mash with a roast then it has to be Swede. Adding carrot is forgivable.

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    I do like a bit of turnip but I'd rather none of my vegetables mashed.

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    Bang into French toast at the moment. Decadent yet fresh.

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    Made this yesterday with a three quid shoulder of pork I got at the supermarket:
    https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/...rd-pulled-pork

    Fucking delicious. I used wholegrain mustard that also had chilli through it.

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    I'm all for a bit of effort for results but check the nick of this-




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    Hadn't got sound on, but that ice bath looks like salmonella in the making.

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    Anything that survives that deserves to kill him, to be fair.

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    It's a bit faffy, but it's not actually a lot of effort and it's got no mad ingredients or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggles View Post
    Hadn't got sound on, but that ice bath looks like salmonella in the making.
    He says the quick boiling kills all bacteria.

    I'll take his word for it.

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    It's more the fact that the end result doesn't even look particularly crispy (if you can be arsed to watch part 2) given the time in advance you're having to do everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shearer The 2nd View Post
    It's more the fact that the end result doesn't even look particularly crispy (if you can be arsed to watch part 2) given the time in advance you're having to do everything.
    Bear in mind the one he's got there will have been sat around for ages and has almost certainly gone cold.

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    I think I prefer this method.

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    Most pathetic tea you've had recently?

    In a proper case of 'seriously cannot be fucked', I've just had 8 hot dogs in a bowl with mustard and tomato sauce and nothing else. Pathetic yet fantastic.

    Haven't had hot dogs in years, never disappoint.

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    A while back I slung a six pack of those supermarket mini sausage rolls in the oven and just ate them on their, and my, own. It's degenerate and glorious in equal measure.

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    I love most teas that people would consider pathetic. Nothing better than flaking a load of stuff into the oven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shearer The 2nd View Post
    Most pathetic tea you've had recently?

    In a proper case of 'seriously cannot be fucked', I've just had 8 hot dogs in a bowl with mustard and tomato sauce and nothing else. Pathetic yet fantastic.

    Haven't had hot dogs in years, never disappoint.
    That'll take some beating because it's the perfect blend of laziness, grossness and yet completely understandable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phonics View Post
    That'll take some beating because it's the perfect blend of laziness, grossness and yet completely understandable.


    I actually have a lamb tagine I've made tonight in the oven to redeem myself somewhat but the whole process is about 2/3 hours, hence the hot dogs.

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    What type of hotdogs are we talking here?

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    https://groceries.asda.com/product/h...e/910001161761

    I'm pleased to say the lamb tagine is fantastic though.

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    Jesus, in a can as well.

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    No half measures.

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    It's not as if the ones that aren't in a can are gourmet anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggles View Post
    It's not as if the ones that aren't in a can are gourmet anyway.
    I bought a can of hot dogs from Tesco once and it said on the ingredients that it was 21% salt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggles View Post


    What do we have here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamski View Post
    What do we have here?
    A rack of beautiful beige filth.

    Gudgens, fingers, onion rings.
    Last edited by Giggles; 28-02-2019 at 08:58 PM. Reason: Pics were too huge.

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    That's a proper dinner.

    Tonight I had baked beans with a load of cheese through it and some sausages chucked in.

    I think my best "what the fuck can I eat with little effort" meal was a lunch I had one weekend where because they were the only three things I had in I put potato wedges in the oven, slung a tub of Bombay potatoes over them and covered the lot with cheese. It was glorious.

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    Tinned hotdogs are just wrong.

    Yeah, the slightly fancier (more expensive) ones probably aren't much better in terms of % pig's anus, but they are less abhorrent in both taste and texture terms.

    And what is a gudgen when it's at home?

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    A goujon?

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    Indeed.

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    Delicious.

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    Those Mash Direct onion rings are class. They also have savage beer battered chips and potato cakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niko_cee View Post
    Tinned hotdogs are just wrong.

    Yeah, the slightly fancier (more expensive) ones probably aren't much better in terms of % pig's anus, but they are less abhorrent in both taste and texture terms.

    And what is a gudgen when it's at home?
    The taste and texture are exactly what's needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shearer The 2nd View Post
    Most pathetic tea you've had recently?

    In a proper case of 'seriously cannot be fucked', I've just had 8 hot dogs in a bowl with mustard and tomato sauce and nothing else. Pathetic yet fantastic.

    Haven't had hot dogs in years, never disappoint.
    Not recently but about fifteen years ago, when my parents were on holiday they used to leave me and @Mike money for food. Every night we’d either order a pizza or go the chippy. One time we either ran out of money or just couldn’t be arsed, so I had an iced lolly for my tea.
    Last edited by Baz; 01-03-2019 at 06:53 AM.
    I'm a twit

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    I used to eat packs of jelly cubes without turning it into jelly. 16p meal.

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    I'd still do that

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    That's the only way to eat jelly

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    We all used to do that at school circa 2003. What a time to be alive.

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    Nicking jelly from the commissary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disco View Post
    Nicking jelly from the commissary
    I didn't realise you went to school in American barracks.
    I'm a twit

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    That's what the boarders larder was called. Take it up with some victorians if you like.

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    When I used to go and play cricket away at places like Harrow (with my fellow day school oiks), some of the vocabulary used was genuinely baffling. Then I read a biography of Douglas Jardine recently in which it states that at Winchester they have to learn a whole other nonsense language called 'Notions'. For instance, P.E. is 'Ekker', toilet is 'Fo', expelled is 'Firked' and so on.

    No wonder parliament is full of wankers.

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    Yeah there's a chunk of that stuff in Boy by Roald Dahl when he's talking about public school, but I dunno if that's specific to the ones he was at or if they're common across public schools in general. Boazers for prefects, 'fagging' for the kids who were basically prefects gofers in all sorts of demented ways, etc. Those sorts of collections of slang are interesting but yeah, it's basically a breeding ground for cuntery.

    Edit: Google reminds me of "Graggers" for congratulations.
    Last edited by Ian; 01-03-2019 at 11:08 AM.

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    Fags/fagging is pretty universal I would think. The other stuff less so, I know we had different terminology based on what house or team you were in.

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    God I can't wait till Corbyn closes down all the private schools.

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    Didn't he go to one?

    You mean public schools anyway, they're the really dickhead ones.

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    Look at Sir Boyd of Oxbridge letting those rich folk have it.

    So disingenuous. A real leftie would vote for Spikey to show his loyalties are true.

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