Eat to remember, drink to forget

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  1. FulwellBri

    FulwellBri Well-Known Member

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    No this isnt a cheesy country and western lyrics thread.
    Assuming all on here are adults ( I live in hope ) what is your favourite food that takes you back to the happy times in your childhood when you didn't have a care in the world?
    Although I have never eaten it since then when I think of a square mince pie sandwiches between half a crusty loaf I am transported to the 3rd year of the monkey house.
    In reality though it wasnt till I moved away and my food tastes became more cosmopolitan that I discovered ciabatta bread. The first time I tasted I was cast back to out terraced 2 up 2 down in fulwell. My nana used to spend one day a week doing a marathon bake. Bread, mince pies and apple pies. Most would all be eaten by the time it got dark. Her bread though tasted just the same as the ciabatta I was getting fleeced for in flashy little Italian bistros. Spooky huh.
    Drink wise, if I am down I want the worlds ills to go away it is whiskey ( cheap blend ) and coke with plenty of ice.
    Any others out there
     
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  2. Evil Jimmy Krankie

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    For me it has to be my grans big yorkshire puddings that would come out just before the sunday dinner. None of yer Aunty Bessie pre made crap. These were the real deal covered in onion gravy. Took me back to a much simpler time.
    Drink wise though I can’t really comment. Even though I would drink myself daft in the army, there wasn’t one particular one that I would say I favoured over another. There was once in Salisbury when I was about 21 where tequila was part of a memorable night. In fact now that I’ve mentioned it another bottle will be bought in duty free on the way back from Blighty next year. But these days anyway I’m not a big drinker. It only takes a couple of beers to give me a headache.
     
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  3. Bank of England 2

    Bank of England 2 Well-Known Member

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    Home made chip butties, with the chips cooked in a chip pan. Proper fellas, not these plastic oven chips you get these days.
     
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  4. Jack Ford

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    Steak and Kidney Pudding. Haven' sampled one for years (pies a plenty). Will have to ask Mrs to dish one up!!
     
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    Beetroot when I was a kid. Could not get enough of the stuff
     
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    Plate pie at my Nanas when visiting home
     
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  7. FulwellBri

    FulwellBri Well-Known Member

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    How weird
    Are you of russian origin?
     
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    :emoticon-0102-bigsm I’m definitely a red politically so could be. Might do one of those dna tests and find out
     
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    My Grandad made the best fritters in the world. I don't know how he did it but they were lush.
     
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  10. SAFCY

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    Apart from beetroot, I like chips, fish lots, pies, stotties, biscuits, crisps, cheese, pickled onions, curry, pizza, beef, pork, chicken, lamb, corn flakes, sugar, cakes, Yorkshire puddings, ice cream, strawberries, oranges, apples and to keep the weight off, Diet Coke
     
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  11. FulwellBri

    FulwellBri Well-Known Member

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    I cant be doing with health foods
     
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    :emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0102-bigsm
     
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  13. Evil Jimmy Krankie

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    Beetroot in a burger is a thing over here. It’s quite nice tbf.
     
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    Do for me that. In fact I’m going to try it next week
     
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  15. Nig

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    Can't beat propper chips with salt n vinegar,
    Air fryer here after dropping the fookin deep fat fryer <doh>.
    Steak.
    Beef or pork cooked with juicy fat and as said home cooked Yorkshire puds on Sunday dinners lashed with gravy.

    Beef dripping on bread.

    I'll think of more.

    Drinks wise.
    Moved away from lager and more red wine and bourbon and coke now.
    Crispy buns with butter.
    Pickled onions.
    Pickled beetroot.
    Pickled red cabbage.
    4 Weetabix with plenty milk and propper sugar.


    Diet coke should be fer cleaning the drains only and margarine for lubricating bearings if yerv ran out of grease,
    Nasty shìt.
     
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    Made beetroot and feta cheese burgers a couple of weeks back, magic.
     
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    Rissoles, whatever happened to them?
     
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  18. FulwellBri

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    Rissoles you say.
    Posh get! Bet you get out of the bath to gan for a slash
     
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    A bloke goes in a cafe and asks for two piss holes and chips the waitress says I am sorry sir that's not a P it's an R he says Ok love I will have two arse hole and chips then.
     
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    FulwellBri Well-Known Member

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    And
     
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