The Message of Awe Thread

The great stuffing debate... In or out?

In.
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26%
Out.
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Is it cooked? Yes? Then I don't care, give it to me.
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30%
Stuffing is disgusting and I am a terrible excuse for a person.
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9%
You do the Ameobi and you turn around...
18
26%
 
Total votes: 70

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Post by Colback's Orange Tufts » Wed May 30, 2018 7:19 am

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Post by bigbelgiandave » Wed May 30, 2018 7:27 am

Micky Quim wrote:I would try them, cant be any worse than marmite
I don't mind Marmite! I don't ever buy it, but will sometimes have it on toast at breakfast in a hotel or something. I love the Marmite crisps <awe>.

The only food I truly despise is celery. f***ing awful stuff. I can eat just about anything else.
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Post by OverseersmademesupportenglandTOON » Wed May 30, 2018 7:46 am

bigbelgiandave wrote:
Micky Quim wrote:I would try them, cant be any worse than marmite
I don't mind Marmite! I don't ever buy it, but will sometimes have it on toast at breakfast in a hotel or something. I love the Marmite crisps <awe>.

The only food I truly despise is celery. f***ing awful stuff. I can eat just about anything else.
Celery sticks filled with peanut butter is great.

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Post by Hjl » Wed May 30, 2018 4:25 pm

My wife loves those things. Disgusting.

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Post by Ciudad Burro » Wed May 30, 2018 5:48 pm

bigbelgiandave wrote:
Micky Quim wrote:I would try them, cant be any worse than marmite
I don't mind Marmite! I don't ever buy it, but will sometimes have it on toast at breakfast in a hotel or something. I love the Marmite crisps <awe>.

The only food I truly despise is celery. f***ing awful stuff. I can eat just about anything else.
Totally agree. Celery is an atrocity and should be banned. Is also pretty much the only food I dislike enough to refuse to eat, kidney being the other.

Marmite is lush though, absolutely love it.

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Post by Blještav Benny » Wed May 30, 2018 5:50 pm

Celery is definitely horrific.
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Post by Micky Quim » Wed May 30, 2018 7:03 pm

Cucumber is far worse than Celery (which is only good in stews)

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Post by Blještav Benny » Wed May 30, 2018 7:18 pm

Micky Quim wrote:Cucumber is far worse than Celery (which is only good in stews)
Cucumber hardly tastes of anything!
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Post by Southern fairy » Wed May 30, 2018 7:39 pm

I've learned to at least put up with celery. Nice with blue cheese.
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Post by bigbelgiandave » Wed May 30, 2018 7:39 pm

Ciudad Burro wrote:
bigbelgiandave wrote:
I don't mind Marmite! I don't ever buy it, but will sometimes have it on toast at breakfast in a hotel or something. I love the Marmite crisps <awe>.

The only food I truly despise is celery. f***ing awful stuff. I can eat just about anything else.
Totally agree. Celery is an atrocity and should be banned. Is also pretty much the only food I dislike enough to refuse to eat, kidney being the other.

Marmite is lush though, absolutely love it.
I don't think I've ever had kidney. Not sure which decade you grew up in, but it seems to be a common theme among people who grew up in the 70s or 80s to find things like kidney, liver and tripe absolutely disgusting.
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Post by Ciudad Burro » Wed May 30, 2018 7:52 pm

bigbelgiandave wrote:
Ciudad Burro wrote:
Totally agree. Celery is an atrocity and should be banned. Is also pretty much the only food I dislike enough to refuse to eat, kidney being the other.

Marmite is lush though, absolutely love it.
I don't think I've ever had kidney. Not sure which decade you grew up in, but it seems to be a common theme among people who grew up in the 70s or 80s to find things like kidney, liver and tripe absolutely disgusting.
Yeah, I was born in '68 (50 this year) so grew up in that period. And yes I don't think younger people have been exposed to those sort of foods so much, if at all, and they are lucky.

Same applies to foods like spam and to a lesser extent corned beef, which were staples for me as a kid. Although I liked those and still do.

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Re: The Message of Awe Thread

Post by Hjl » Wed May 30, 2018 8:00 pm

Ciudad Burro wrote:
bigbelgiandave wrote:
I don't think I've ever had kidney. Not sure which decade you grew up in, but it seems to be a common theme among people who grew up in the 70s or 80s to find things like kidney, liver and tripe absolutely disgusting.
Yeah, I was born in '68 (50 this year) so grew up in that period. And yes I don't think younger people have been exposed to those sort of foods so much, if at all, and they are lucky.

Same applies to foods like spam and to a lesser extent corned beef, which were staples for me as a kid. Although I liked those and still do.
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Post by Ciudad Burro » Wed May 30, 2018 8:05 pm

Hjl wrote:
Ciudad Burro wrote:
Yeah, I was born in '68 (50 this year) so grew up in that period. And yes I don't think younger people have been exposed to those sort of foods so much, if at all, and they are lucky.

Same applies to foods like spam and to a lesser extent corned beef, which were staples for me as a kid. Although I liked those and still do.
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Absolutely <ok>

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Re: The Message of Awe Thread

Post by bigbelgiandave » Wed May 30, 2018 8:10 pm

Ciudad Burro wrote:
bigbelgiandave wrote:
I don't think I've ever had kidney. Not sure which decade you grew up in, but it seems to be a common theme among people who grew up in the 70s or 80s to find things like kidney, liver and tripe absolutely disgusting.
Yeah, I was born in '68 (50 this year) so grew up in that period. And yes I don't think younger people have been exposed to those sort of foods so much, if at all, and they are lucky.

Same applies to foods like spam and to a lesser extent corned beef, which were staples for me as a kid. Although I liked those and still do.

Neither of them even come close to Pek <awe>
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Post by OverseersmademesupportenglandTOON » Wed May 30, 2018 8:16 pm

I love a devilled kidney.

My sister is 10 years younger than myself and has a few phobias about food, one main one was offal so I took her to a place where offal is the speciality and she really enjoyed it.

I'd never really enjoyed tripe myself until I went to Italy and it was very tasty.

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Re: The Message of Awe Thread

Post by Ciudad Burro » Wed May 30, 2018 8:20 pm

bigbelgiandave wrote:
Ciudad Burro wrote:
Yeah, I was born in '68 (50 this year) so grew up in that period. And yes I don't think younger people have been exposed to those sort of foods so much, if at all, and they are lucky.

Same applies to foods like spam and to a lesser extent corned beef, which were staples for me as a kid. Although I liked those and still do.

Neither of them even come close to Pek <awe>
I'd never heard of Pek, although just googled it. Is it a northern thing?

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Post by bigbelgiandave » Wed May 30, 2018 8:29 pm

Ciudad Burro wrote:
bigbelgiandave wrote:
Neither of them even come close to Pek <awe>
I'd never heard of Pek, although just googled it. Is it a northern thing?
I didn't think it was, but quite a lot of people I've spoken to, on the popular subject of tinned meats, have not heard of it. If you like Spam and corned beef, then you'd definitely like Pek <ok>.

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Post by Ciudad Burro » Wed May 30, 2018 8:33 pm

Looks great! Will look out for it from now on. You never know it might be on sale in my area but I just never noticed.

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Post by bigbelgiandave » Wed May 30, 2018 8:42 pm

Ciudad Burro wrote:Looks great! Will look out for it from now on. You never know it might be on sale in my area but I just never noticed.
Great in a sandwich with brown bread.
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Post by OverseersmademesupportenglandTOON » Wed May 30, 2018 8:55 pm

Pek seems to be salted pork so you could likely make a tasty Olla Podrida with that.

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