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shemp wrote: Tue Mar 23, 2021 2:47 amI'd eat that.
I bet you would. In magazines of a less than salubrious reputation "gentleman's relish" is used as a synonym for something I don't want to think about at this time in the morning. It's hard enough stomaching my black pudding muffins and pickled eggs.
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Hotarubi wrote: Sun Dec 27, 2020 2:46 am
Witness wrote: Sat Dec 26, 2020 2:13 am ↑ I disagree with some points of this classification too.
"Some?"

:mrgreen:
I disagree with all of them apart from laver bread. This is a Welsh "delicacy" made from boiled seaweed. My Welsh grandfather was a fan but he also liked boiled sheeps' brains. Both are very much an acquired taste.
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Here you go ed, I made you a proper beakfast.

Tuck in! :)

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I do hope those are quail eggs.
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So early in the AM.

What is that black stuff? Blood pudding? Is that a pig's foot?
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ed wrote: Wed Nov 09, 2022 11:17 am So early in the AM.

What is that black stuff? Blood pudding? Is that a pig's foot?
It's Black Pudding. Up north it's made from pigs blood, fat, extra fat, a sprinking of fat with added woodchippings soaked in fat. Best served with a pint of warm lard apparently.

Basically Tennessee food.

Down south we use the blood of freshly slaughtered orphans. Much sweeter.
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https://i.ibb.co/vPhwRNJ/shit.jpg

1/ Suppositories handily provided for later use after eating this.
2/ Mashed pigs testicles fried in fat
3/ Baby shit
4/ Fatfried pig meat that was rejected for 2.
5/ Possibly, possibly might be a mushroom of some description. In fat.
6/ Salmonella cultures. In fat.
7/ Bread soaked in fat.
8/ Sauce liberally distributed to mask the taste of everything. Contains fat.
9/ See previous post
10/ The most nutritious thing in the picture.
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Charming.
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You may call it that. It's "balanced diet" for others.
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Here I have prepared a traditional, poncey Southern English breakfast of bitter lemons for Hotarubi.

Available for only £227.99 at Heston Bloomenthal's Knightsbridge "Dinner" restaurant.

Should you prefer to make your own, lemons are available at Harrods Food Hall for only £59.99 each.

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Is that the two Michelin star Blumenthal Dinner service? Pfah. I'll go downmarket if you insist.

Anyways, Nonsense.

The pottage of quail (c.1674) with Smoked consommé, spelt, cock’s comb, pistachio & lemon is a mere £32 or the Powdered Duck Breast
(c.1670) with Smoked fennel, apricot, spiced umbles & raisins weighs in at £56

It's not your Fray Bentos, son.

I believe some of your people have inside toilets now so there are no "near misses" after consuming your traditional fayre.

P.S. The skip out the back of "ChickPizz" takeaway has just been filled. Hurry up.