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Is that ketchup on those fish sandwiches or something else? I'd go for tartar sauce myself...

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Fhil wrote:
Is that ketchup on those fish sandwiches or something else? I'd go for tartar sauce myself...


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Tue Apr 20, 2010 12:03 am
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Lasagne I made myself.


Tue Apr 20, 2010 12:36 am
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That's a total of one star.


Tue Apr 20, 2010 1:11 am
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Breakfast: Three-egg Omlette with a side of lean ham and peppers.
Post Workout: Banana + Some Whey protein.
Lunch: Chicken Stirfry.
Dinner: Shepherd's pie with a side of Lima beans :o

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Get bent, you yank cunt!



ONLY KETCHUP IS REAL!

Ketchup would do nicely as well but I prefer tartar sauce. A la the filet o fish.

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Some BBQ sauces too. Pea puree. Fuck, fish fingers are one of the best bad-foods.


Tue Apr 20, 2010 10:25 am
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Who Dares Burns!? Hahaha... that sounds fantastic. Yeah, Green Tabasco, maybe some guacamole, a beef tomato, slice of gruyere. I am famished. It's either Cheerios or a roll and sausage from the shop. It has to be something though.


Tue Apr 20, 2010 10:34 am
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Hey, jalapeno Tabasco too, Horse man. That'd go well too.

Had the hottest sauce of my life recently. "Who Dares Burns". Fucking brutal, but lovely in small doses.



Me too but I can't remember what it was called. It was like getting CS'd again. Nothing happened for about a minute, then my eyes and nose ran for over an hour while I struggled to breathe.

When I worked in Swiss Cottage, my team ate at MeLoveSushi all the time. For some stupid reason we started this game of gathering everyone's Wasabi and one person would have to eat it all at the end for the amusement of everybody else. That was quite like getting CS'd too but it was also unbelievably disgusting!


Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:09 am
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Pea sandwiches sound a little odd, Myr. I won't knock them until I try them though.


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When we were at uni, my friend bought a bottle of stuff called something like Ridiculoulsy Fucking Hot Sauce. It came in a small bottle with a plain white label and big text. It was so hot, people only ever tried it when drunk. One of my other friend's cousins came over from Slovakia and was boasting about how much hot food he eat, he had a tiny drop of the sauce and spent the next five minutes guzzling water and swearing in Slovakian.


Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:19 am
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Wasabi is nice. I haven't had sushi in ages, may well rectify that on the 29th. No sishi places round here.

This is that stuff -

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Ridiculously hot, really. In moderation though, it works a treat. This is a great site for hot sauces http://www.hot-headz.com/ - lots of tasty looking ones on there. Pricey though.



That website is cool. I want the mad dog ghost sauce. It's putting me in the mood for a massive chilli cook of with quesedillas and all sorts. I don't have any hot sauces in my larder at the moment. That's a sad state of affairs.


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I notice that when we have no hot sauces I'm in more of a bad mood most of the time. Spicy food is best, and god help me if I ever get irritable bowel syndrome when I'm older. :(

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Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:26 am
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I like food that's a little spicy, but I also like eating without crying.


Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:29 am
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Edward Penishands wrote:
I like food that's a little spicy, but I also like eating without crying.


Basically. Anything over a certain level is ridiculous. Good food is good food, I have always thought the whole macho "look at me, eating this REALLY HOT THING" attitude is dumb.

I'd rather have a lovely meal and enjoy it, than have an stupidly hot meal for the sake of looking BAD.


Cool. Want to get sushi before Cathedral? Who's up for this?


Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:35 am
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If I go to the meet I can probably be there for about 4.


Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:38 am
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Damn it, now you're all getting Sushi too. Maybe I should buy a ticket after all.

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Sometimes a little pain is fun but it's all about balance. I am addicted to pickled jalapeños though.


Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:43 am
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Anything pickled is good.


Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:47 am
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I need to buy some new vinegar.


Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:52 am
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