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Pinckas Ben Nochkan says: Tell us tales of student kitchen disasters and stories of dining decadence. B3ta Mods say: "Minge" does not a funny answer make

(, Thu 26 May 2011, 14:09)
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The best....
My Dad's Yorkshire puddings were the finest in the land. They rose up so high we had to warn RAF Brize Norton not to do any low level flying that day. And they all had that perfect little hole in the top where the gravy could get in.

His gravy. I honestly think his Roast Beef gravy was amazing. Miss you, Dad. Especially on Sundays.

Some little lamb chops from a restaurant called Le Petit Nice in Marseille (part of their 10 course taster menu) were the tenderest morsels of exquisitely sweet young lamb you could possibly imagine. They had the world's best cheeseboard too. Every single cheese you could ever want on a trolley that had four fucking tiers of cheese..

A veal chop in a backstreet place in Milan at the time Beef on the bone was still banned in the UK.

A Gyros pitta from the Schnellimbiss opposite the Claas factory in Harsewinkel. Bears no relation to a UK Kebab but tastes awesome. Likewise a Bratwurst eaten hot with Senf at a Schutzenfest in Gutersloh.

My shepherd's pie is better than the Ivy's. FACT.

Poulet de Bresse eaten at a motorway services in Northern France. How the fuck the French do such fabulous motorway food I don't know.

The worst..
Haggis drier than a sawdust-packed minge at a Burns' Night the RAF ran in Germany. Is it supposed to have no gravy?

Sprouts. The Devil's work. I had a flatmate who would eat a whole bowl full covered in Mayonnaise. Fucks sake.

Whale blubber in Tokyo. Like eating a pencil eraser crossed with a blob of lard and impossible to swallow.

Paternal Grandma's ANYTHING she cooked. She was like the Mum from Butterflies.. fucks sake. Cabbage and potatoes put on for the Sunday dinner before going to church. Yorkshires that sucked the water from the cabbage up and resembled uncooked dumplings. Miss you, Ivy, but I hope Granddad's second wife is cooking for him up in Heaven as your cuisine belongs somewhere far hotter.

I would never eat anything made from something rotten so can't comment on Swedish fayre..
(, Wed 1 Jun 2011, 17:12, closed)
Bratwurst with Senf at a Schutzenfest in Gutersloh.

Try ordering that while pissed..
(, Wed 1 Jun 2011, 19:45, closed)
Good list!
I've wanted to sample the service station Poulet de Bresse ever since Heston featured it on an episode of his Perfection series.
(, Wed 1 Jun 2011, 21:22, closed)
Haggis
drier than a sawdust-packed minge? That made I larf. Thank you.
(, Wed 1 Jun 2011, 21:25, closed)

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