/ fork full of flavour
whats your ?
> whats your ?
This could develope into a Coel/Tim like argument over the smokey bit.
Other than that, can't improve on yours.
I might be able to equal it with a tomato, bacon and cheese toastie.
but would you agree the bacon should be streaky
Fruitcake, crumbly white cheese (cheshire my preference), slice of apple
> but would you agree the bacon should be streaky
Though I do also buy Tesco offcuts when they have it in stock. It's got lots more fat on some bits.
Baked potato, mackerel fillet, peas, fried onion and grated cheddar.
crusty bread, hot bubbling cheese fondue
Roast beef, yorkshire pudding, gravy and roast potato (small pieces of each for the fork of course).
crispy-crusted bubble & squeak with pepper & vinegar, salted fried-egg, then tinned tomato on fried bread.
its missing the baby carrot and English mustard
might have to get that book, generally i'm pretty good at pairing up flavours but i do like it when you find obscure combinations
kind of understand the combination, the apple and the cheese i get and the apple and fruitcake i get (just not sure about the whole thing)
i like (except for the tinned tomato)
What, you're hanging a small piece of gravy around your neck on a chain? DEFINITELY doing it wrong...
that sounds gorgeous
Hot wholemeal toast, full-fat lurpak and a good dab of Gentleman's Relish...
Recently discovered slow cooked gammon, cold, with a chunk of fairly ripe Camembert gives me mouthgasms.
> but i do like it when you find obscure combinations
Chips fresh out of the frier.. corned beef straight out of the fridge.
Take one scoldingly hot chip and similar sized chilled chunk of corned beef, add tiny amount of English mustard.. EAT.
Sounds weird but the temperature differences and taste differences are awesome when they collide.
As we're heading towards that time of year, Christmas cake and scotch. The latter is tricky to get on a fork, I grant you, but allowing a little latitude....
The same with a little Wensleydale is also excellent. Honestly.
think i'm going to be heading to the kitchen very soon
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