indigo_jones wrote:I'm also up for tuna and peas in mac and cheese.
Good - you should try it.
Because it is PHENOMENAL.
It'll change your life, I promise.
Actually, I shouldn't promise that. That's a heavy promise to make.
mockingbird wrote:Oh! You should have seen Jon Stewart eat some Baconnaise on The Daily Show a few weeks ago! I thought the poor man was going to throw up! I almost threw up, just watching him.
indigo_jones wrote: I'm fine with stroop on my spek en kaas pannenkoek (syrup on my ham and cheese pancake)
mockingbird wrote:Oh, I think that sounds GREAT. When we go out to the breakfast buffet I always put maple syrup on my ham. In fact I bring a little cup of it to the table to dip my sausage in.
Why have I never seen ham and cheese pancakes here in the States?? That sounds right up our alley.
I have a friend who's a big ketchup fan, too, kelly, although maybe not to your level!
ASmallTurnip wrote:My favourite was the deep-fried "grilled" cheese sandwich, which I would totally, totally eat:
ASmallTurnip wrote:B's favourite was The Sandwich of Knowledge, which I absolutely would not eat unless fantastically drunk and/or high:
"The bottom tier contains eight strips of bacon, six sausages and four burger paddies; followed by a second tier of black pudding; topped by a third tier comprised of two diced chicken breasts and six fried eggs."
ASmallTurnip wrote:But both of us were inordinately fond of the tin of Pork Brains in Milk Gravy:
Yes folks, that's right. 3500mg of cholesterol, or a healthy 1170% of your daily recommended intake. Amazing.
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