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and what 80s minor Liverpool footballer have you never had?
I have an amazing venison casserole recipe and it freezes well too.
Grobbelaar. I don't like tickly taches, or cheating bastards for that matter.
Bruce Grobbelaar was NOT a minor Liverpool footballer.
I've never had a pickled egg actually.
Ok, can I have/ not have Tanner please. (or was he 90s sounesscockhead era?) Don't ever put me in your pub quiz team :(
Grobbelaar was certainly an 80s Liverpool player, I was offended by you classing him as a minor player.
definition of a minor player, below.
the club's top goal scorer.
but i can't remember any minor players really. so i offended a liverpool fan. hey.
I am NOT a Liverpool fan.
i am on FIRE this lunchtime.
What, do you think I'm some kind of sissy girl or something?
and i jilted ian rush
or Glenn Hysén
tear to the eye.
i want one though
unless you're being sarky what with him being all northern and garlic bread
I'm glad my post wasn't as ambiguous as I'd first feared.
That's as fancy as I'm gonna get.
Inventor of the Predator football boot
Inventor of the thing which tells hotels when you've come in drunk and raided the minibar
or rimmed jan molby
because it looks like sick and smalls awful.
baked, roast, boiled any other way. includes waffles, fish cakes (coz of spuds) vindaloo, pasties, shepherds pie, ocean pie, pototo skins, wedges and chips especially fat chip shop types.
closest i can get is thin chips ie southern fries or chips from mcd & bk.
my parents are irish as well so i was the non potato weirdo in our house of 7.
What if he has some kind of super power and can fry me in my seat? He's weird enough...
says he's never eaten spuds and then talks about eating chips in Burger King. Ban him.
a big mac, nearly everything apart from salad in a bun at subway, oysters, goat. Thats it.
goat can be pretty tasty if cooked right. ie slowly and at a low heat with lots of seasoning.
am i right?
Only ever had curried goat and every time it's been great.
the thought of them makes me feel sick. cant even have food or clutlery thats been in contact with them. like do you want the sausage off my plate, no coz it was beside your mash.
or really tuna at all (i despise it from a tine) i had it in sushi last week for the first time. fairly nice i thought.
tinned is one of the worst substances on earth, steak the best.
like some people can't handle the smell of cheap powdered parmesan and I love it.
you're not doing it for me vikram
and i've had every minor 80s Liverpool footballer, too
is it even common these days?
Plus I've never tried the Norwegian dish best served cold, stig inge bjornebye.
cat food, basically.
grilled freshwater eel like what they eat in that japan (unagi) is amazing. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unagi
it's probably my favourite thing to eat in the world.
I reckon you'd love it. Amazing red wine eel stew.
Sushi as well actually
but that's not what this thread is about.
If any mancunians would like to try haggis, I'll be having my traditional St Andrew's day party at the start of Dec.
A man orders jellyfish in a chinese restaurant, the waiter brings him his order. Halfway through the meal, the waiter asks the man how is food is:
The man: "Rubbery"
Waiter: "Excellent, I'm glad you're enjoying it."
Only listening because my courtesy car has the shitest stereo known to man. It was either him or Moyles.
It was rubbery and not at all rubbery.
other than that, i'll try anything which wasn't alive once. in fact, i've tried olives about five times in my life, but i still hate them. that is how much i love all food.
but i have never had Coca-cola.
Everyone bloody goes on about them though.
Not 80's but Phil Babb
then the day after I got an ulcerated throat so it's obviously a bad thing.
I have never eaten duck.
as much as i love seafood, the thought of eating snails kind of puts me off.