An English Cuisine

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« on: 10/03/2009 21:20:54 »
Wow, when I go to England I love to have some of this: 


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« Reply #1 on: 10/03/2009 21:54:08 »
That's not traditional English cuisine. This is:



Chicken Tikka Masala!
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« Reply #2 on: 10/03/2009 21:55:26 »
Being American, you wouldn't like English Cuisine. We don't serve giant-sized helpings as standard.
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« Reply #3 on: 10/03/2009 22:46:35 »
I've been to England many times and have been well fed while there. 


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« Reply #4 on: 10/03/2009 23:32:00 »
Is the top one spotted dick!?

I hate school dinner type puds. My nasty primary school teacher used to make me TRY them until I threw up on her shoes.
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« Reply #5 on: 11/03/2009 03:14:50 »
I've been to England many times and have been well fed while there. 

Quite possibly. There are many places that offer "Eat as much as you want" lunches.
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« Reply #6 on: 11/03/2009 03:16:11 »
Is the top one spotted dick!?

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« Reply #7 on: 11/03/2009 05:14:07 »
It's spotted dick, yes.  Any English person knows that.

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« Reply #8 on: 11/03/2009 08:01:13 »
It's spotted dick, yes.  Any English person knows that.

Not me! I haven't seen spotted dick for 30 years, and it didn't ever look like that! It was normally served after a piece of liver, which was more akin to industrial engine mounts.

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« Reply #9 on: 11/03/2009 08:21:43 »
It's spotted dick, yes.  Any English person knows that.

Not me! I haven't seen spotted dick for 30 years, and it didn't ever look like that! It was normally served after a piece of liver, which was more akin to industrial engine mounts.

I've never had a spotted dick, but then I've been careful!
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« Reply #10 on: 11/03/2009 08:25:57 »
That's not traditional English cuisine. This is:



Chicken Tikka Masala!

Quite true! It was an adaption of Indian cuisine for the British taste and and has been exported to India! It's more English than fish & chips, which was imported to Britain by immigrant Jews.
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« Reply #11 on: 11/03/2009 17:57:41 »
My mother used to make this using molasses rather than sugar. I can remember her going to the grocery store and getting the fresh fat from trimmed cuts of beef. That, with some flower and raisins and a couple of other things produced a mixture that was put into a coffee can (tin) and steaming it for what seemed like a long tome. Then served it with a lemon sauce over the top

BUT - the cholesterol - DANG, it was really just eating animal fat.

My sister still fixes it. I do not know how she and her husband haven't needed a triple bypass by now! - Oh, and it is called Spotted Dog here.
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« Reply #12 on: 11/03/2009 23:53:27 »
Spotted Dick & Dom!  [:D]

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« Reply #13 on: 12/03/2009 19:46:18 »
Are you sure?
They both look like Dicks to me.
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« Reply #14 on: 12/03/2009 21:14:43 »
That's why no-one knows which 1 is Dom.

A pair of Dicks, a Dick Dick or Dik Dik

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« Reply #15 on: 12/03/2009 21:51:26 »
I believe, my good Doctor, that your fascination with Dick or Dik Dik or whatever you wish to call it, is psychologically a POLE-R opposite of your normal behavior. Have you been under stress lately?
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« Reply #16 on: 13/03/2009 00:08:59 »
Dec and Ant always stand on the same side so we know which is which, do Dom and Dick do the same thing?



see the foreheads.
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« Reply #17 on: 13/03/2009 04:52:40 »
I believe, my good Doctor, that your fascination with Dick or Dik Dik or whatever you wish to call it, is psychologically a POLE-R opposite of your normal behavior. Have you been under stress lately?

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« Reply #18 on: 13/03/2009 13:53:04 »
Dec and Ant always stand on the same side so we know which is which, do Dom and Dick do the same thing?



see the foreheads.


One of us needs to go to Specsavers, I can only see two heads!
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