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Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 26/7/2009 9:46:01 AM   
OddCinema


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Sunday isn't Sunday without a artery-clogging fry-up - sausage, bacon, eggs, beans, hash browns, toast, mug of tea and fried bread... how do others start the day? And what are the forum's favourite foods?

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 26/7/2009 11:09:31 AM   
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In no particular order
Mexican (Fajitas etc), (Italian) Lasagne etc (which might actually be English!), Thai - Great restaurant in Manchester called Ning - well nice.
All sorts really!

However, you can't go wrong with a really good Fish and Chips.
One of the best ever is Pacific Catch on Cottingham Road in Hull or Burtree Inn, near Darlington.

Nom, nom and thrice nom.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 26/7/2009 12:50:08 PM   
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No point listing my favourites as there are too many. I just love food! As a child I used to be fussy about quite a few thing's. Nothing could beat my mum's home cooking. But as the years went by my tastes grew and grew.

I will never forget this foster kid a friend of mine had. They were sooooooooo fussy about food. They would only ever eat oven ready/microwave meals or take aways like Mc D's, KFC etc. Even if the family went out of their way to do an English roast or somthing she would still opt for a roast dinner from the microwave! Truly worrying.

I know I was fussy as a child. I never liked my greens and a few other thing's. But I loved home cooked food. REAL food. My mum really tried to make me eat more vegatables. But in the end my parents had to give up and just make sure I ate loads of fruit. Plus she would always try to sneak loads of vegatables in sauces, gravy or stews etc. So I was fussy but still eating healthy good food. I also grew out of that at a much younger age than this foster child is too. I think every one has their hang ups about food growing up but this is extreme. Far too old to be so fussy at sixteen.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 26/7/2009 1:49:51 PM   
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I had a Sainsbury's fry up this morning. It was rancid.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 26/7/2009 2:38:54 PM   
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Today I just had a few bagels, cos I used my fry-up yesterday to kill the hangover. I'm going to have a Chinese later, can't be arsed to cook again.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 26/7/2009 4:49:25 PM   
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quote:

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Today I just had a few bagels, cos I used my fry-up yesterday to kill the hangover. I'm going to have a Chinese later, can't be arsed to cook again.



I think we're having a takeaway later.
Probs Chinese although might stretch to Thai...

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 26/7/2009 5:14:31 PM   
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quote:

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I had a Sainsbury's fry up this morning. It was rancid.



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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 26/7/2009 5:21:44 PM   
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The fry was yesterday morning so it was just toast Coffee and Orange juice. Dinner is Roast Chicken with Sage & Onion stuffing with mixed veg and Roast spuds....all courtesy off Mrs K

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 27/7/2009 8:23:14 AM   
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Can't have a fry-up everyday (well...) but this is a worthy replacement:



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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 27/7/2009 12:29:18 PM   
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quote:

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Can't have a fry-up everyday (well...) but this is a worthy replacement:




That's probably as bad as fry up though!

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 27/7/2009 4:36:42 PM   
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It has 'oat clusters'. They're good for you. The chocolate is just... decoration.



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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 27/7/2009 4:43:58 PM   
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quote:

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It has 'oat clusters'. They're good for you. The chocolate is just... decoration.


 


I bet my boss would love these.
She's a chocaholic

*Brownie points in the bag*


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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 27/7/2009 4:59:01 PM   
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It has 'oat clusters'. They're good for you. The chocolate is just... decoration.


 


I bet my boss would love these.
She's a chocaholic
*Brownie points in the bag*

Instant promotion, I'd bet. They're a chocoholic's pant-wetting dream.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 29/7/2009 1:49:04 AM   
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my day is usually started with good ol coco pops, love em

an my favourite food at the mo is prolly enchiladas, full on nommidge


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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 3/8/2009 4:14:45 PM   
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Who here likes curry? I went out for a Birmingham balti on Saturday night and it was absolutely delicious. It was one of those curryhouses where you can bring your own drink which was great and really kept the cost down, the food was quite spicy but then I'm a big fan of spicy curries, especially Tandoori chicken with lots of chillis.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 3/8/2009 4:55:40 PM   
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Hmmmm

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 3/8/2009 5:05:41 PM   
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To start the day? Either Coco Pops and a cuppa, or toast and oj.

Lunch is invariably two ham rolls (maybe beef, if I'm pushing the boat out) a Muller Corner (mostly strawberry), a satsuma (tangerine, clementine...) and a packet of Walkers if I'm feeling hungry.

Dinner is the worst - cooking for one is depressing. Fortunately the local Chinese does those little plastic containers with the lids, so I can portion control the rest of the food I cook and freeze it. I'd go insane otherwise.

Tonight I'm having pork, mushrooms, and peppers in a black bean sauce with noodles. I'll be having it on a random day next week too, when I defrost the rest.

Oh, and for dessert? Chunky Monkey, cos the local Asda not only sells the stuff in the big tubs, but also had them in a sale! Result.


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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 3/8/2009 5:34:18 PM   
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Hmmmm


Hmmm, that looks suspiciously like an M & S curry Tech?

Come on you're from the motherland of the curry, what's your favourite?

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 3/8/2009 5:37:29 PM   
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Hmmmm


Hmmm, that looks suspiciously like an M & S curry Tech?

Come on you're from the motherland of the curry, what's your favourite?


What? Leicester?

Favourite curry?... No idea, preferable spicy with lamb.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 3/8/2009 5:39:31 PM   
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My breakfast ranges from;
  • Fry Up/Grill Up on the weekend. With Orange juice or water.
  • Weekday with time; Yoghurt, Orange Juice, a cereal like rasin wheats/weetabix/ just right. Fruit.
  • Weekday in a rush ... a smoothie. 
  • I also snack on cereal if I am at home. Stuff like coco pops or frosties.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 3/8/2009 5:39:42 PM   
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Hmmmm


Hmmm, that looks suspiciously like an M & S curry Tech?

Come on you're from the motherland of the curry, what's your favourite?


What? Leicester?

Favourite curry?... No idea, preferable spicy with lamb.


God, not another one from Leicester!

I quite like lamb curries too. Lamb bhuna is especially nice.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 3/8/2009 5:41:51 PM   
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I don't the names, I usually follow the pictures on the menu or the chilli ratings.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 3/8/2009 6:55:07 PM   
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I don't the names, I usually follow the pictures on the menu or the chilli ratings.


Pictures!?

No, no, no Tech, you of all people should know NEVER eat in a curryhouse that has pictures on it's menu...

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 3/8/2009 7:12:51 PM   
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I don't the names, I usually follow the pictures on the menu or the chilli ratings.


Pictures!?

No, no, no Tech, you of all people should know NEVER eat in a curryhouse that has pictures on it's menu...


All right I don't usually see pictures on restaurant menus, spice factor is what counts.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 4/8/2009 3:25:24 PM   
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A massive pile of waffles with an equally massive pile of cheese on top, finished under the grill and seasoned. Serious pig out.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 27/1/2010 8:49:21 PM   
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Weekdays I just grab an apple as I'm running out the door or I'll have toast if I've got time.  At weekends, fresh coffee with bacon sodas or scrambled eggs on toast



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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 28/1/2010 11:27:16 PM   
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Here's a leftfield suggestion-Korea food. Sure, I may be biased considering I'm surrounded by it and have precious little choice, but you can't beat ddalkalbi (chicken, marinated in a blow-your-head-off spicy sauce, with eggplant, potato, peppers and onions, with tteokbokki (rice cakes) in for good measure). Plus a range of salads, veg, and rice on the side. For 4.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 29/1/2010 12:37:17 AM   
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Korean food is great. I love Bibimbap and usually grab it for lunch at least once a week. Also a huge fan of hot pots with loads of kimchi.

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 29/1/2010 1:20:06 AM   
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Anyone got a good curry recipe, tried this one last weekend and it turned out good.
http://www.mediterrasian.com/delicious_recipes_curry.htm

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RE: Nomnomnom - The Food Thread - 29/1/2010 9:52:41 AM   
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I've gotta agree with BishopQuaker and steflon - Mexican is the way forward. Absolutely loved it since I first tried it. But do love curry as well. Anyone eat much Carribean food? The Mrs got me Levi Roots' Carribean cook book for xmas as I love the Reggae Reggae Sauce and I'm gonna try my first thing from it tonight - Carribean Pork Hot Pot I think it's called

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