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>> No. 9544 Anonymous
26th June 2013
Wednesday 10:29 pm
9544 Recipes only, no comments. Stickied

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>> No. 15172 Anonymous
5th June 2022
Sunday 4:29 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBZHXSJ0jn4

My Nigerian neighbours cook this every weekend. It smells lovely out in the garden.
>> No. 15234 Anonymous
31st July 2022
Sunday 4:05 pm
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If you put some golden syrup on normal cornflakes, it's an acceptable emergency substitute for crunchy nut corn flakes.
>> No. 15235 Anonymous
2nd August 2022
Tuesday 11:24 pm
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This on toast.
>> No. 15238 Anonymous
10th August 2022
Wednesday 1:24 pm
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>> No. 13192 Anonymous
22nd January 2020
Wednesday 5:53 pm
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This is going to be our food review thread.
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>> No. 15240 Anonymous
13th August 2022
Saturday 10:27 am
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Iceland have been doing a giveaway of free lollies with any purchase for just over a week now; it's meant to be for bonus card members but the barcode isn't account specific so if you just get them to scan in this image on your phone it'll work.

So far I've had drumstick squashies, parma violets and dib dabs. The dib dabs have probably been my favourite.
>> No. 15241 Anonymous
13th August 2022
Saturday 9:38 pm
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I think this is probably the best place to ask this question :

Has anyone figured out how to make an electrolyte powder/drink that tastes nice yet?

It's been a few years since I tried any, I used to get the SIS ones and they were "fine" but still pretty bad. I really don't care if they're full of sugar, I'm not training for Le Tour, I'm trying not to die while roasting in the sun at work.
>> No. 15242 Anonymous
14th August 2022
Sunday 1:49 am
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>>15241
Pinch of salt and a multi-vitamin fizzy thing from aldi per litre. Tastes a bit naff, but works great.
>> No. 15243 Anonymous
14th August 2022
Sunday 2:57 am
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>>15242

>Tastes a bit naff, but works great.

This describes all electrolyte products I've tried. I'm looking for a not-naff tasting one.
>> No. 15244 Anonymous
14th August 2022
Sunday 4:43 am
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>>15243
It's a utilitarian thing, it doesn't have to be nice. Just get it down yah!

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>> No. 13373 Anonymous
31st May 2020
Sunday 2:36 pm
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On a hot day like this there is nothing better than a freezer drawer full of freeze pops. I'd go as far as to say they're actually better than lollies and choc ices.
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>> No. 14562 Anonymous
31st July 2021
Saturday 3:07 pm
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>>13374
Polaretti are 99p in Aldi at the minute.
>> No. 15223 Anonymous
9th July 2022
Saturday 4:19 pm
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My local Farmfoods has 20 packs of blue raspberry Mr Freeze for 99p. The dream.
>> No. 15225 Anonymous
10th July 2022
Sunday 5:31 pm
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>>14562
The Aldi near me only has Vimto branded things for £1.20. I don't like this trend of Aldi selling brand name things.
>> No. 15226 Anonymous
12th July 2022
Tuesday 8:20 pm
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Last year I remember buying a pack of jubbly style things from homebargains, except what I didn't realise at the time they were sugar-free. They were the most vile tasting things I ever tasted, it was like a mix of fake raspberry flavour, saccharine and burnt plastic.
>> No. 15227 Anonymous
12th July 2022
Tuesday 8:37 pm
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Can't be worse than these. It's like eating soap with rubbery blobs in.

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>> No. 15185 Anonymous
25th June 2022
Saturday 7:34 pm
15185 Mystery Food
I just got these frozen star things from the food bank and I have no idea what they are.

Can someone identify them?
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>> No. 15208 Anonymous
30th June 2022
Thursday 5:57 pm
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Those remind me of the time I ordered Prawn Toast from Asda, and instead of two slices of toast cut into quarters, I got 5 fucking star-shaped pieces of buffet fare as a replacement. Asda did not get 5 stars on this occasion. Harrumph!
>> No. 15209 Anonymous
30th June 2022
Thursday 10:11 pm
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Maybe I'm a miserable old git, but does food being in a star shape improve it at all? When I'm eating pork stuffing with cranberry and apple, I never wished it was a star shape. Same thing goes for the turkey twizzler, just give me a slab of meat, not some ostentatious spiral. This obsession with show offy food is probably why Iceland closed down in my town, the British public are sick of this nonsense.
>> No. 15210 Anonymous
30th June 2022
Thursday 10:21 pm
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>>15209

Clearly never had a Tower of Soup.
>> No. 15211 Anonymous
30th June 2022
Thursday 11:00 pm
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Stars aren't a good shape for food, but have you ever eaten triangular toast? It's magic.
>> No. 15212 Anonymous
30th June 2022
Thursday 11:02 pm
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>>15211
Stars are just more triangle.

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>> No. 5883 Anonymous
6th April 2011
Wednesday 5:52 pm
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Why do a lot of people seem to rave about Nando's?

My friends think I'm a freak because I very rarely eat Subway or Nando's; as far I can tell it's just, not especially good quality, grilled chicken that has been marinated in peri-peri sauce. Am I missing something here?
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>> No. 14993 Anonymous
18th February 2022
Friday 12:26 am
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Is Leeds Live a newspaper? Is that review likely to have been printed on actual paper? This would be the final insult to trees if so, to know your brethren were felled to accommodate a manchild's blog post about McDonald's.

(Obviously I am very sorry if the shite journalist in question happens to post here).
>> No. 14994 Anonymous
18th February 2022
Friday 12:36 am
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A lot of local newspapers have fallen under the 'Live' umbrella, e.g. the Hull Daily Mail is Hull Live online, the Birmingham Mail is Birmingham Live online, the Stoke Sentinel is Stoke Live online, etc.

They're all owned by Reach, who also own The Mirror, Daily Star, Daily Express and OK Magazine, amongst others, which is why you'll constantly see stories regurgitated from one of the local papers they own into the nationals and vice versa.

Actually, looking into it, I think Leeds Live are completely separate and are just looking to piggyback off the Live branding.
>> No. 15145 Anonymous
22nd May 2022
Sunday 8:29 pm
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McDonald's drive-thru in Leyland blocked by angry man who refused to wait for sausage and egg McMuffins

The stalemate began at around 9.30am shortly after the customer, Stuart Yates, 55, drove up to the restaurant on Churchill Way and requested the two breakfast meals.

He said: “A week ago I got made to wait in the car park for over 15 minutes. A lad spotted me and said ‘oh, it’s him again’, because last time I complained. They said go and wait in the car park… I said ‘I’m not going anywhere until I get my food’.”

The drive-thru lane has been closed and police have been called to the scene.


https://www.lep.co.uk/news/people/mcdonalds-drive-thru-in-leyland-blocked-by-angry-man-who-refused-to-wait-for-sausage-and-egg-mcmuffins-3704035
>> No. 15146 Anonymous
22nd May 2022
Sunday 9:55 pm
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"I want breakfast".
>> No. 15147 Anonymous
22nd May 2022
Sunday 10:10 pm
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After blocking the drive-thru for two hours and being moved on by the police he went home and ordered a couple of Big Macs through Uber Eats.

https://www.lep.co.uk/news/people/unhappy-mcdonalds-customer-moved-from-drive-thru-after-two-hour-hold-up-3704078

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>> No. 15133 Anonymous
18th May 2022
Wednesday 12:44 am
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Does anyone know a good recipe or have tips for curry laksa? It's something I've been meaning to get right for a long time but it's quite a complicated dish to get right going to by how hard it is to find good laksa in this country. I'm specifically looking for something that has a good amount of spice to warm your belly but at the same time the creamy base that South-East-Asian cuisine is known for.

I met a nice lass for dinner and we both had a good time talking for hours about nothing and having a stroll around the park where she let me hold her hand after I moved a bug from her hair. But I also said I can make pretty good laksa. I've dug my own grave a bit.
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>> No. 15134 Anonymous
18th May 2022
Wednesday 3:37 am
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>>15133
So your current recipe laksa certain something?
>> No. 15135 Anonymous
18th May 2022
Wednesday 6:53 am
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>>15134
GET OUTTA HERE.

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>> No. 15116 Anonymous
5th May 2022
Thursday 8:17 am
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What should I be having for breakfast?

I know there's a fair bit of propaganda behind cereal.
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>> No. 15117 Anonymous
5th May 2022
Thursday 10:18 am
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In terms of health and fitness? You can't go far wrong with oats or eggs. Oats are quite nutrient dense, high in fibre and protein and will keep you feeling full. Eggs are very nutrient dense and high in protein.

For breakfast, I personally go with:
1) Porridge oats cooked in the microwave with half water, half milk, a chopped banana, ginger and honey
2) Dry oats mixed with cold yoghurt, chopped banana, frozen berries, whey protein powder
3) Two or three eggs, put in boiling water for about five minutes from the fridge so the yolks are still soft, and a couple of slices of toast
4) As a treat, a ham and cheese croissant done in the oven
5) For weekends where I have no plans other than to eat until midday, I'll make a bacon and egg fry-up or thin pancakes with grated cheese and ham

If all else fails or I'm pushed for time, a cup of coffee and a piece of fruit will get me by.
>> No. 15118 Anonymous
5th May 2022
Thursday 11:42 am
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Coffee and a cig has served me well for the best part of the last decade. I started putting on a bit of tub when I switched the fags out for a vape though, so if you want to stay lean stick to the Marlboros, is all I'll say.

Lass I know is a nutritionist and swears by oats. Apparently you should do them with salt and if you want flavour, peanut butter is one of the most nutrient dense things you can have. (Proper peanut butter mind, not the stuff they put in Reeses cups.) She's also an anti-vaxxer and reckons dairy gives you depression, though, so I'm not sure how much of her expertise actually veers into quack territory.

Come to think of it I don't think I've ever met a food/health expert who didn't have at least one slightly mental belief to make you question the rest of their qualification.
>> No. 15119 Anonymous
5th May 2022
Thursday 2:24 pm
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>>15118

The problem with giving nutritional advice is the same as in public health generally, there's pitfalls in applying population level data to individuals. Biology is so complex and there are so many mechanisms at play that we use blunt statistical tools to say, "this seemed to work this way on average for most people", but of course that's only a first approximation and a lot more needs to be done for the person in front of you.

Another issue is that some people then people make the opposite error, and conclude that if something has adversely affected them and/or a select few cases, then it must not be good for anyone. For example, you have people that swear by meat only diets, when in reality they've probably unknowingly eliminated some allergen that bothers them but most other people can tolerate pretty well.

Understanding this is one of the key differences between being a good and bad practitioner (of anything related to health, dietician, physio, etc.), in my opinion.

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>> No. 15085 Anonymous
25th April 2022
Monday 3:53 pm
15085 Inb4 Jaffa Cakes not a biscuit
What're your favorite biscuit, britfa.gs?

I usually go for the good old digestive, sometimes hobnobs or rich tea, rarely a pack of malts, but usually buy a box of broken biscuits (lower overall quality but usually a reasonable selection).
Foxes biscuits are okay but they're very oily, so much infact that you can see it on your tea after dunking 2 or 3. Hobnobs similarly.
I haven't had pink panthers wafers since Grandma died.


Feel free to suggest more creative common names for your favorites; most of those in the picture are shit.
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>> No. 15095 Anonymous
25th April 2022
Monday 9:17 pm
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I like those ones with "BOUDOIR" written on them.
>> No. 15096 Anonymous
25th April 2022
Monday 9:23 pm
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I'm eating some cheese on "Rivercote" rosemary crackers from Lidl. They're pretty good.
>> No. 15097 Anonymous
25th April 2022
Monday 10:26 pm
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>>15096

Not a biscuit m8.
>> No. 15098 Anonymous
26th April 2022
Tuesday 8:31 am
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They're the same basic principle as Carr's water biscuits, ergo biscuits.
>> No. 15099 Anonymous
26th April 2022
Tuesday 5:13 pm
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I like Party Rings a lot. I was never allowed them as a kid because they were full of e-numbers and sugar, but since I moved out of home I have them regularly. Also like pink wafers, golden Oreos, pink 'n' whites.

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>> No. 15052 Anonymous
24th March 2022
Thursday 12:51 am
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Something's going wrong with my baking trays causing the non-stick to flake off. It's very annoying as I only bought my recent one a couple months ago and already it's chipping. Any tips to avoid dying of cancer? I'm getting mixed messages on leaving the tray to cool down when I pull it from the oven.
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>> No. 15057 Anonymous
24th March 2022
Thursday 4:53 am
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Mine are non-stick but I still use banking paper so I don't have to clean them. It's the best way.

It's scrubbing off the dried on crap that fucks them. Non-stick is a con on anything but saucepans honestly.
>> No. 15058 Anonymous
24th March 2022
Thursday 8:38 am
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Non-stick coatings are made from a plastic called PTFE. It is almost completely inert below about 250°C and is widely used in medical devices and the chemicals industry for this reason - it just doesn't want to react with anything. Unfortunately it's also very soft and the non-stick properties mean that it's difficult to adhere it to metal.

It's totally harmless unless you massively overheat it, but it's also inherently fragile. Avoid using metal implements or scourers.
>> No. 15059 Anonymous
24th March 2022
Thursday 9:54 am
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Top points for a plumber or sparky that can tell us what PTFE stands for.
>> No. 15060 Anonymous
24th March 2022
Thursday 1:33 pm
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>>15059

It stands for Teflon m8

polytetrafluroethelene or summat innit
>> No. 15061 Anonymous
24th March 2022
Thursday 5:45 pm
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>>15060
Put The Fucker on Everything

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>> No. 14808 Anonymous
30th November 2021
Tuesday 4:20 pm
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wat's /nom/'s opinion about lard on toast?

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 15026 Anonymous
21st February 2022
Monday 9:14 pm
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>>14808

it's not bad, beef dripping with salt and pepper is better
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21st February 2022
Monday 9:58 pm
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Plain lard is a bit bland. Greaves lard can be very tasty though on bread. Lidl had some Bavarian-style greaves lard once, which was a real treat.
>> No. 15028 Anonymous
22nd February 2022
Tuesday 5:03 am
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I have some beef suet. Tempted to make dumplings but folding it into flour is a lot of effort. Any chance of stewing it?
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22nd February 2022
Tuesday 10:19 am
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Surprisingly great for baking sweet goods in small batches. Adds a sort of weird umami-ness to it you wouldn't get from most of the overly homogenous butters or what have you.
>> No. 15033 Anonymous
26th February 2022
Saturday 8:04 pm
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Mucky dripping on white bread, it's like a beefy greasy Marmite.

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>> No. 14583 Anonymous
10th August 2021
Tuesday 2:13 pm
14583 The Great Apple Juice scam
"Tropical" pressed juice from Co-Op. 55% apple juice, the highest proportion of any juice in the product.
Volvic L'mon "Lemon and Lime". 21.3% apple juice, the highest proportion of any juice in the product.
Soda Folk "Blueberry Muffin Soda". 40.9% apple juice. A pitiful 3.1% blueberry juice.
Why are the big food corps padding out drinks with apple juice, the third worst mainstream juice after tomato and grapefruit? I want my lemon drink to be lemon, not apple.
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>> No. 14605 Anonymous
13th August 2021
Friday 3:10 pm
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>>14604
Going to uni isn't an achievement, you just give them 3 or 12 grand a year depending on what year it was when you were 18.
>> No. 14612 Anonymous
17th August 2021
Tuesday 6:08 pm
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>>14605

I remember getting into a cuntoff with a lad in 2010 because I said that a Masters degree today was kind of equivalent to what a Bachelors was in the 90s and he was extra naffed off when the Professor agreed with me. I did a PhD and knowing what I know now I wouldn't have bothered going to Uni at all. It's a Cult, a Scam, or Finishing School for the better classes depending on your socioeconomic status and/or level of commitment.

If I somehow manage to defy the odds and become economically viable enough as a person in my 40s to have a family I'll be telling my kids to be hair dressers.
>> No. 14613 Anonymous
17th August 2021
Tuesday 6:50 pm
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>>14605

>Going to uni isn't an achievement

It is for someone who grew up like I did. Being alive past 30 is also a significant milestone.
>> No. 14885 Anonymous
31st December 2021
Friday 1:44 pm
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My Co-Op Jam Doughnuts have not just raspberry jam as is tradition, but also plum and apple. They can't keep getting away with it.
>> No. 14921 Anonymous
17th January 2022
Monday 10:49 pm
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Why are there not more purely apple doughnuts though?

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>> No. 12807 Anonymous
10th November 2018
Saturday 9:39 am
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What's the best method for making tomato sauce?

I usually slowly cook a few tins of plum tomatoes, but it doesn't quite taste as rich and strong as I'd like. Should I be adding in tomato puree?
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>> No. 13990 Anonymous
29th November 2020
Sunday 5:50 pm
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Never heard of them before, but my local Asda has tins of Di Leo chopped tomatoes for 28p so I've stocked up. They must have tried to import shitloads from Italy when everything hit the fan earlier in the year because they also had loads of bronze cut spaghetti and 00 flour for 20p.
>> No. 14867 Anonymous
19th December 2021
Sunday 1:38 pm
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How do I make my pasta sauce taste like a tub of Dolmio stir in sauce? It needs to be more... flavoursome.
>> No. 14868 Anonymous
19th December 2021
Sunday 2:01 pm
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Sugar, salt, pepper, white wine vinegar and a little dash of soy sauce. Using some nice dried mushrooms helps too.
>> No. 14869 Anonymous
19th December 2021
Sunday 5:07 pm
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>>14867

Depends. How far from scratch are you starting? Are you using chopped tomatoes and passata or starting from a whole fresh fruit?

The key generally is getting the amount of water right, which is a matter of reducing it down. Tomatoes are 99.9% water and 0.1% flavour. If you add in a good dollop of concentrated tomato puree it'll give you a lot of extra punch. After that it's all about seasoning, you shouldn't need more than some salt, pepper and a bit of basil, but just use your tastebuds. I like a dash of garlic infused olive oil in mine. Don't listen to any cunt who says sugar.

Don't be shy with the salt, either, don't be one of these fannies who thinks it's bad for you and that food should somehow miraculously taste good without it. Salt and fat are the vectors through which flavour travels, and that's just a scientific fact. If you've ever eaten at an Italian restaurant, you're basically paying an extra tenner for them to put twice the amount of salt in.
>> No. 14870 Anonymous
19th December 2021
Sunday 5:19 pm
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MSG?

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>> No. 14857 Anonymous
16th December 2021
Thursday 11:02 pm
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What do you reckon of this fuck, marry, kill:
poached eggs, fried eggs, scrambled eggs.
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>> No. 14859 Anonymous
16th December 2021
Thursday 11:26 pm
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Sick fuck, for me it's:
Marry scrambled egg because she's a healthy wife who'll look after me.
Have fried egg as my mistress because she's dirty and easy.
Kill poached because it's different.
>> No. 14860 Anonymous
16th December 2021
Thursday 11:29 pm
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Depends on how well they've been cooked. It's hard to fuck up scrambled eggs, but poached eggs are tricky but at the same time they're the best format for eggs. For me it's kill fried eggs, fuck scrambled, and marry poached.
>> No. 14863 Anonymous
18th December 2021
Saturday 8:57 am
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>>14860

Honestly, you wouldn't want to marry poached eggs. She's a fussy bint. Very high maintenance.
>> No. 14864 Anonymous
18th December 2021
Saturday 11:11 am
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What about boiled? Poor old boiled, I'll give you a hug love and also dip me soldier in.
>> No. 14865 Anonymous
18th December 2021
Saturday 12:07 pm
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I don't know if any of those options are either legal or possible. I guess you could fuck yourself with a hard boiled egg.

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>> No. 5772 Anonymous
20th March 2011
Sunday 6:01 pm
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What is the king of confectionery boxes?

I used to think it was Cadbury Roses, but I had some lately and they've greatly reduced the variety and quality of chocolates available. I've heard Cadbury have also done the same with Miniature Heroes; taking out Crunchie, Picnic, Time Out and Caramel with a nut in it (can't remember the proper name for this).

Quality Street? Celebrations?
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29th December 2020
Tuesday 8:13 pm
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These are proper shit.
>> No. 14795 Anonymous
27th November 2021
Saturday 8:02 pm
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This is what an 800g tin of Quality Street has inside.
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27th November 2021
Saturday 8:02 pm
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This is what an 800g tin of Roses has inside.
>> No. 14797 Anonymous
27th November 2021
Saturday 8:46 pm
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I have to be honest and say I think they are both overly sweet and quite sickly anyway. I think I'm going completely off sweets altogether though, so I'm not laying this down as law.
>> No. 14799 Anonymous
28th November 2021
Sunday 9:39 am
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Who even fucking likes the toffee coins. No one. And they put more in that anything else.

This picture says a lot anyway. Toffee fudge and caramel chocolates are pretty much just all pure sugar so they're cheap which is why the tin is stuffed with them. Prailine, chocolate, nuts, are the more expensive ingredients so that's why there's so few of those on the right.

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