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cmackenzie4
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What is your favourite food ?

I think mine is Indian food, it’s a close one between Indian food or Beef steak but Indian food just edges it for me.

I don’t like overly hot Indian food I’m happy with Chilli garlic chicken or a Madras, I’ve had much spicier but it takes the flavour away the spicier it is.


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What is your favourite food ?

I think mine is Indian food, it’s a close one between Indian food or Beef steak but Indian food just edges it for me.

I don’t like overly hot Indian food I’m happy with Chilli garlic chicken or a Madras, I’ve had much spicier but it takes the flavour away the spicier it is.


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I've been thinking and come to the conclusion all food, as long as it's cooked right. I include that fine Yorkshire dish as served up to me, when I was about 4yrs., by my nan who came from Sheffield. What else but tripe!

For those who wish to try it Morissons stock it. Wash, salt it yum, yum.


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Haddock and chips  

Chinese

Apple crumble.


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Fish & chips ( haddock/skate/plaice)

Christmas dinner - turkey and all the trimmings

Home made rice pudding

Rhubarb & custard (pie or crumble or nude!)


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Favourite food: as long as there’s lots I don’t mind.

Stuff I won’t eat again: pie n mash. I’d rather have the warm lamb’s brain salad I ordered by mistake in France once.

(Knew it was lamb’s something but couldn’t remember what ‘cerveau’ was.)


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Favourite food:

SE Asian food - the spicier the better. Mutton biryani

Raw oysters

Trippa alla romana - tripe, with mint

Rigatoni con la pajata - unweaned calf intestine, where the milk in the intestine curdles into cheese during cooking

Pho
Japanese curry
Lemon tart
Sticky toffee pudding


Worst food:
Trifle
Eton Mess
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Favourite food:

SE Asian food - the spicier the better. Mutton biryani

Raw oysters

Trippa alla romana - tripe, with mint

Rigatoni con la pajata - unweaned calf intestine, where the milk in the intestine curdles into cheese during cooking

Pho
Japanese curry
Lemon tart
Sticky toffee pudding


Worst food:
Trifle
Eton Mess


I've had tripe with onions but never mint. I'll give that a go next time I buy some.



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I'd probably say Haddock and Chips in general, but the most religious food experience I've had took place while eating a 'super burrito' from El Farolito in the Mission District in San Francisco. flipping HELL it transcended everything else I've ever eaten in my life it was so good, and it wasn't even close. Just a superlative eating experience which I hope I can go back and relive one day.


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