Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Night Prowler, Jun 11, 2012.
We live in a wildly different world.
I'll have some haggis, if you're offering some.
While I usually think noodles are great, I recently had an experience that also made me feel sick. The smell, let alone the taste was not pleasant, but I forced myself to eat them, because a month or two earlier I had much enjoyed the very same noodles. I don't know what triggered this dislike but I guess it's important to find the right flavour.
I don't think I ever tasted something that made me throw up, except for maybe some expired stuff.
I didn't throw up, but just thinking about this makes me nauseous though: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aspic
Jellied pork is quite popular here in Estonia. It looks horrible but tastes decent.
I've done it four times I think, not including the expired stuff. All of them were dough related foods. A soup with dough blobs in it, Mantı which is a kind of dumpling and noodles twice. Not a big pasta fan either, I only enjoy it if the additional ingredients completely overpower its taste.
Getting into desserts lately, so made chocolate fudge last week, turned out pretty great IMO:
Put almonds and raisins too.
I'm going to attempt to make white chocolate + orange cookies next.
That looks tasty NP!
Found my favorite subreddit: http://reddit.com/r/PutAnEggOnIt
Today I saw a shop selling haggis curry pie.
So, I made my first bread today
Made with dark beer and a lotta love
Your buns look good enough to squeeze.
Thank you. You might even get the chance to do so someday.
Is that a slop bucket of egg and cheese? Looks either disgusting or delicious.
Made this for dinner. Pretty much did everything like in the video except I added a bit of bacon and I also put it on bread at the end instead of dipping bread in it.
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