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What non sophistacated food do you love?

Old Oct 31st 2008, 7:01 am
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Originally Posted by ozzieeagle View Post
The wife has taken to cooking double fried Belgian style chips recently.

They are superb, she has mastered the technique.

You can get double fried chips with Belgian mayonnaise at 'lord of the fries' which is at Flinders Street station and on the corner of Flinders and Elizabeth streets. They do the best chips with about 15 different sauces you can add. The Belgian mayonnaise is the best IMO.
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You can get double fried chips with Belgian mayonnaise at 'lord of the fries' which is at Flinders Street station and on the corner of Flinders and Elizabeth streets. They do the best chips with about 15 different sauces you can add. The Belgian mayonnaise is the best IMO.
OMG, I am so going there next time I am in Melbourne
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You can get double fried chips with Belgian mayonnaise at 'lord of the fries' which is at Flinders Street station and on the corner of Flinders and Elizabeth streets. They do the best chips with about 15 different sauces you can add. The Belgian mayonnaise is the best IMO.
Lord of the Fries - LOL
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Old Oct 31st 2008, 8:35 am
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Marmite on toast (just had some)
Peanut Butter and Banana
Beans on Toast
Chip Butties with butter running down my arms - yum
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Old Oct 31st 2008, 9:24 am
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Hi,

Chip butties - a must
Chips and egg
My OH used to make this gorgeous pasta, peas, prawns dish with lots of olive oil. Gawd my hips are groaning just thinking about it.
Mum and dads roast dinners, can't beat them, unfortunately neither are with us now.

I'm starving!

Thanks.

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Does anyone remember having bread with dripping on it(the fat from the roast gone cold and spread on bread)or was that just my pikey family?
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Chips and not them thin pieces of crap from Maccas or kfc. I mean home made real chips slapped on a piece of bread n butter, melting onto your hand as you eat them. God, I was having a moment there.
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Old Oct 31st 2008, 11:50 pm
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I don't but my mum had it.

Originally Posted by donna View Post
Does anyone remember having bread with dripping on it(the fat from the roast gone cold and spread on bread)or was that just my pikey family?
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Does anyone remember having bread with dripping on it(the fat from the roast gone cold and spread on bread)or was that just my pikey family?
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Especially lovely jubbly when you get the brown gravy in it too, and on toast with salt & pepper on top...yuuuuumy
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My favourite part of christmas: Turkey and stuffing sandwiches with LOADS of mayo, on crusty bread. I'm already getting quite regular cravings for it.

And if thats too sophisticated...
Try
Small handful of cheese and onion Tayto ( or rancheros ), followed by a square of cadburies golden crisp/mint crisp/caramilk.
Repeat until bag(s) is/are empty and only crumbs are left in the foil.
You can wash down occasionally with club lemon.


Why I don't have diabetes I don't know.
Probably cos I moved to England 15 years ago and they didnt sell ANY of my favourite foods.
Was a joy to get to Aus and find that Caramello(caramilk) bars are in stock in all good petrol stations.
OH WAIT!!! I've just remembered, I have one in the fridge.

I'm off.
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Default Re: What non sophistacated food do you love?

Originally Posted by donna View Post
Does anyone remember having bread with dripping on it(the fat from the roast gone cold and spread on bread)or was that just my pikey family?
donna

Yes but you shouldn't have eaten the fat - it was the beef jelly underneath which was the important and tasty bit, maybe with a little bit of fat that clung to it. yum yum
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Originally Posted by melbournegirl View Post
You can get double fried chips with Belgian mayonnaise at 'lord of the fries' which is at Flinders Street station and on the corner of Flinders and Elizabeth streets. They do the best chips with about 15 different sauces you can add. The Belgian mayonnaise is the best IMO.
Blimey... I didnt know that. Less than 25 Mins away from me as well !

Next time I'm in the City, I'll check them out to see how they compare.
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Old Nov 1st 2008, 1:23 am
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Cornish pasty n big fat chips wrapped up in vinegar soaked paper! Oh to die for, cannot even get a gungster pasty here! Probably why I have lost weight and me chloresterol down!

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Old Nov 1st 2008, 3:41 am
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Yes but you shouldn't have eaten the fat - it was the beef jelly underneath which was the important and tasty bit, maybe with a little bit of fat that clung to it. yum yum
Yeah ,thats what we used to do.Was it called pullup??or something like that.I remember my dad saying we were having bread and pullup for tea
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Old Nov 1st 2008, 6:41 am
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Another one for the fishfinger sarnies here......................................and a close second comes Walkers cheese n onion crisp sarnies. Both GOT to be in Warbutons bread and the fish fingers have GOT to be Birds Eye and reeallllly crunchy
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