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    What's your favorite food?

    Just wondering what people here like to eat (and possibly drink) when they don't watch cricket or post here? As eating is a pretty basic human activity, most people should have an opinion.

    Personally, I'd go for lamb with spaghetti and apple must (it's pressed apples, but not juice, not quite cider either).
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    Originally posted by luckyeddie
    Pie
    and beer
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    Originally posted by PY
    and beer
    Food's solid, beer's liquid. Freeze the beer first, put a crust on it and now you're talking.


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    Originally posted by luckyeddie
    Food's solid, beer's liquid. Freeze the beer first, put a crust on it and now you're talking.
    Hope it's a chilled pie, otherwise it would be pretty soggy when it come out of the oven :saint:

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    Roti is excellent. With Divali in a couple of days, there'll be lots of it available.
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    Originally posted by masterblaster
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    make mine a curried frozen beer pie, then - kill 3 birds with one stone (and curry them too)

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    fancy sausages are always good.

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    Anything Chinese, Arabic, Indian.. basically i love foods from all cultures..

    Mussels with that special chilly sauce and beer mm

    Pies mm steak and cheese...mince and cheese

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    i had the nicest chicken ever in london, in brick lane.. it melted in my mouth...mmmmmmmmmm so good.

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    mm thats making me hungry....

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    Originally posted by Kimbo
    i had the nicest chicken ever in london, in brick lane.. it melted in my mouth...mmmmmmmmmm so good.
    Of all the places I have ever eaten in London, the ethnic restaurants in Brick Lane (half a mile from where I used to work) leave the rest far behind.

    There's a cracking spice shop there too - the only place I have ever been able to get great Bombay Duck in England

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    It was chicken tikka masala. or was it butter chicken...? hmmm...

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    Originally posted by Kimbo
    It was chicken tikka masala. or was it butter chicken...? hmmm...
    Ah, chicken tikka masala. That's considered to be a traditional English dish.

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