The 5 most British dishes

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Re: The 5 most British dishes

Post by oakdale160 » Thu Sep 29, 2016 1:06 am

Sundays in Britain when I was living there.
8 am Holy Communion at the C of E church
9.30am 18 holes of golf (In less than 3 hours) followed by a couple ofbeers
2pm Home for Sunday lunch
Roast Welsh Lamb with mint sauce (Fresh mint from Garden) roast potatoes and a green veg.
3pm Fall into a coma.

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Re: The 5 most British dishes

Post by blahblah » Tue Dec 27, 2016 9:34 pm

A packet of crisps = if on a sandwich, then it is definitely a British meal. Do not know about America as I am not allowed to go there, but the rest of the world falls very short where it comes to crisp flavours.

Actually, anything on a sandwich goes in Scotland, and I mean anything.

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Re: The 5 most British dishes

Post by aragon » Wed Dec 28, 2016 10:05 am

blahblah wrote:Actually, anything on a sandwich goes in Scotland, and I mean anything.
Well in a country that deep fries Mars bars that shouldn't come as a surprise :lach:
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Re: The 5 most British dishes

Post by blahblah » Tue Jan 03, 2017 7:46 am

aragon wrote: Well in a country that deep fries Mars bars that shouldn't come as a surprise :lach:
:D That is very true

I'm 50 this year and have never even seen a deep fried Mars Bar - I will on my 50th birthday ensure that I try one. I have seen deep fried Pizza though

Pickled onion crisps on a sandwich, with a slice of plastic wrapped cheese, and some left over crisps as a side plate is indeed a meal, a culinary delight to some.

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Re: The 5 most British dishes

Post by 404cameljockey » Wed Jan 04, 2017 5:24 pm

London's pie & mash with liquor (basically parsley sauce) and lots of moody (chili) vinegar please. And I agree with above, Full English or a nice roast dinner over quinoa (I'm disgusted with that suggestion. Just because the chubby kn*bhead cooked it doesn't make it a British classic! :naughty:

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Re: The 5 most British dishes

Post by 404cameljockey » Wed Jan 04, 2017 5:25 pm

I just thought, if we're talking British not just English, how about deep fried Mars Bars too?

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Re: The 5 most British dishes

Post by 404cameljockey » Wed Jan 04, 2017 5:26 pm

404cameljockey wrote:I just thought, if we're talking British not just English, how about deep fried Mars Bars too?
Oops sorry, I see it's been covered already (with batter!)

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Re: The 5 most British dishes

Post by handdrummer » Wed Jan 04, 2017 5:37 pm

1.overcooked veges
2. overcooked meat
3. weak coffee
4. white bread
5. marmite

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