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    Posted on 19:39:29 - 10/07/18 (5 years ago)
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    you are brave :)

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    Posted on 02:33:16 - 12/07/18 (5 years ago)
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    Sesame sticky rice. Green cake. Banh bo are the best. I don't really know how to describe them just like. Fluffy rainbow goodness?

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    Posted on 08:44:10 - 12/07/18 (5 years ago)
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    Revali [2103792]

    Sesame sticky rice. Green cake. Banh bo are the best. I don't really know how to describe them just like. Fluffy rainbow goodness?
    Just googled Bahn bo since I never heard of it and it looks amazing, reminds me a bit of a thing my Indonesian grandfather used to make, we called it spekkoek. I can never get enough of it!





     

     

     

     
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    Posted on 11:29:56 - 12/07/18 (5 years ago)
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    Beans on toast:





    egg and soldiers:





    Fairly self explanatory, delicious, national treasures yet they seem to freak out many, it's not like I'm explaining what black pudding is, this stuff is normal, accept it's magnificence!
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    Posted on 18:14:45 - 05/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    shit on a shingle(chipped beef and gravy over toast), peanut butter and banana sandwich, oatmeal dry(no water at all), cantaloupe with sausage gravy on top, cottage cheese and pineapple 
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    Posted on 18:58:04 - 05/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    I like canned sardines... in oil is my favorite. (Is that weird?)

    Banana sandwiches are also a favorite... mashed up banana and mayo on soft white bread.
    have you tried the mashed banana with peanut butter?

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    Posted on 00:38:14 - 06/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    MachineGunSteve [184119]

    I like canned sardines... in oil is my favorite. (Is that weird?)

    Banana sandwiches are also a favorite... mashed up banana and mayo on soft white bread.

    Viracocha [1772040]

    have you tried the mashed banana with peanut butter?
    I usually just slice the banana long wise and put them on top of the peanut butter... no mayo, lol.

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    Posted on 07:24:30 - 06/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    Juggernaut [39773]

    Beans on toast:





    egg and soldiers:





    Fairly self explanatory, delicious, national treasures yet they seem to freak out many, it's not like I'm explaining what black pudding is, this stuff is normal, accept it's magnificence!
    used to love eggs and soildiers as a kid
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    Posted on 14:20:49 - 06/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    Eggs and soldiers, never heard it called that but I had the eggs in a similar way where it was atill in the shell and yolky (is that a word) in the center with toast. 

    I prefered toad in a hole because there was no shell.

    The whole concept of beans for breakfast leaves me thinking you must toot all day lol.

    I am convinced sticky rice is good anyway it is made, with mango, coconut milk, sesame seeds. It goes with everything.

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    Posted on 14:48:10 - 06/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    Kitty420 [383500]

    Eggs and soldiers, never heard it called that but I had the eggs in a similar way where it was atill in the shell and yolky (is that a word) in the center with toast. 

    I prefered toad in a hole because there was no shell.

    The whole concept of beans for breakfast leaves me thinking you must toot all day lol.

    I am convinced sticky rice is good anyway it is made, with mango, coconut milk, sesame seeds. It goes with everything.
    Yolky is one way of putting it haha I always went with "gooey" but yea, whenever I'm under the weather I'll always have egg+soldiers, it was my childhood haha.

    toad in the hole deserves a class of it's own, when loaded up with veg, mash + gravy it's basically a roast dinner pizza xD
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    Posted on 15:29:41 - 06/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    Tinned Chilli Mackerel á la tat

     
    • Gotta broil/grill the bread on an overhead grill, or a sandwich press, no toasters here. ~
    • Lowest heat to dry out the bread, you wanna give it as little colour as possible. Or leave it in the hot sun for a few.
      - optional - take a fork and smish the bread flattened to make a depression
    • Crack the tin and tip the excess oil onto the dehydrated bread, it's a little time waster but it's worth it for dem omega 3.
    • Distribute the fish evenly on the toasts, and turn the heat up to a crack below maximum firepower, you gotta be able to turn down the gas and hear the fish sizzling, cause you want it heated thru for stomach purposes. Approx 3 or 4 minutes.
    • You can let the toast go a little bit black around the edges to achieve the finished product, we're not looking for idealised perfection, we're looking to embrace reality with all it's flaws - the carbon adds a bitter realness to this snack
    slightly salty, slightly spicy, slightly crispy and crunchy, slightly greasy, and slightly chewy.
    Don't eat it after 10pm though or it won't digest so good probably, and you'll have to inhale fish smell while you fall asleep.
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    Posted on 17:44:22 - 06/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    @laughingman91 i dont think any girls eat that. js lol

    my toad in the hole is nothing like potroast, it was a piece of toast where the yolk peeked out of the hole that was cut with a round cookie cutter out of the toast

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    Posted on 12:50:35 - 15/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    Kitty420 [383500]

    @laughingman91 i dont think any girls eat that. js lol

    my toad in the hole is nothing like potroast, it was a piece of toast where the yolk peeked out of the hole that was cut with a round cookie cutter out of the toast

    I'm stumped, this is my first encounter with "this" kind of toad in the hole, not what I imagined and I'd be terrified to try that with mash+gravy haha... Reminds me of eggy-bread/french toast but without soaking the bread in the egg.



    ^ That's what I was thinking of, Yorkshire pudding (British pancake batter) loaded with sausages and baked. If you can't be arsed to cook a full roast on Sunday this would be the cheat alternative.
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    Posted on 16:20:35 - 15/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    one of my delicacies is Oreos With tuna, I take one Cookie and then Use it as A chip for the Raw Tuna :D super amazing, also Marshmallows with hot Beans, they melt....  but havent done some of those in quite a while :(
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    Posted on 04:48:38 - 16/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    oreos and tuna. you are making that up. 

    i have not had a good yourshire pudding since my ex's mother died. what i would give for some with roast and gravy.

     

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    Posted on 07:03:25 - 16/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    Kitty420 [383500]

    oreos and tuna. you are making that up. 

    i have not had a good yourshire pudding since my ex's mother died. what i would give for some with roast and gravy.

     
    noo, for real hahaha try it sometime, open a can of tuna and use an oreo as a chip, hahaha and let me know what you think!
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    Posted on 18:52:41 - 16/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    I used to eat lunch with a girl who would eat tuna on apples 

    all that was in the tuna was the oil it came in and she put peanuts in it too

    I guess I do have a weird tuna thing, I use cottage cheese and a tiny amount of mayo so it up's the protien and has less fat from mayo.

    I also like yellow curry powder in my tuna.

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    Posted on 19:12:59 - 16/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    One of my favourite things to eat for breakfast is boiled eggs, tuna ans rice. My family thinks it's weird but I swear it's delicious. Currently I'm obsessed with ginger and garlic so I probably over do it when making my tuna.

    Even though I love traditional breakfast foods they don't give me the energy and fullness I need to last to lunch.

    Yes, I'm mental. 

    No, it's okay.

     

     

     

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    Posted on 10:45:51 - 17/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    Kitty420 [383500]

    @laughingman91 i dont think any girls eat that. js lol

    my toad in the hole is nothing like potroast, it was a piece of toast where the yolk peeked out of the hole that was cut with a round cookie cutter out of the toast

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    I'm stumped, this is my first encounter with "this" kind of toad in the hole, not what I imagined and I'd be terrified to try that with mash+gravy haha... Reminds me of eggy-bread/french toast but without soaking the bread in the egg.



    ^ That's what I was thinking of, Yorkshire pudding (British pancake batter) loaded with sausages and baked. If you can't be arsed to cook a full roast on Sunday this would be the cheat alternative.
    Awesome breakfast if you have a hangover lol
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    Posted on 10:55:08 - 17/08/18 (5 years ago)
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    Not sure if it counts as snacks, its more like a breakfast for me. When I was a kid, I used to dip the bread into the curry noodle's soup (the curry) and eat. Fyi, my bread is applied with honey and have cheese in it :D

    Its so delicious!
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