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You need a starter, main and dessert. Rate other people's menus if you want.
Second course isn't there I'd just be trolling them.
I'd buy a cake to show willing at the end.
(As long as you're paying for it.)
desert: lemon juice
I was going to read some drownedinsound threads out
read his threads out in a pub
Starter - Ice Cream (mess with their minds)
Main - Eton Mess
Dessert - Dog Mess
Gonna have to deduct lots of marks for that.
1) You're not invited
2) It's actually an edible art installation satirising the conservative government
2) don't describe anything with meringues in as edible.
1)you are now invited but must stand outside in the garden
2) There is no meringue involved.
which will provide sufficient protection from the elements but not however the crazed bull mastiff.
*a snapshot of the kind of comedy I'd be doing throughout my evening
Main: Chicken and chickpea curry with rice
Dessert: Chocolate fudge cake and cream
Depending on what your execution of the food is like and what your entertainment is, this could be a winning menu.
Main: chicken laksa
followed by cheese and biscuits (homemade) and port
Disappointing, marks deducted
(Will pass on the biscuits and port though)
(pn has laid on a chopper ride for her from manc direct to her garden)
why yes, but if you're offered biscuits (for cheese n biscuits) anywhere you kind of assume they're from a packet, right?
main: ox heart stir fry involves soy sauce, broccoli, black pepper and the aforementioned ox heart, it's surprisingly good.
dessert : Acai Sorbet
entertainment, improvised jamming sessions
to Broccoli Offal Abomination?'
but I've seen Ox Heart Stir Fry at the Old Blue last a couple of times.
It's just going to be cow, isn't it? Do you rename your other animal ingredients after their long-disused British ancestors?
Main: Seafood and Chorizo risotto, served with garlic and sundried tomato bread.
Desert: Cupcakes, because they're just about the only desert-y things I can make.
Entertainment: Magic Mushrooms.
i reckon you'd have a good chance of winning if you were regionally patriotic
starter: salad with local cheese (northumberland cheese co), cubes of black pudding (purchased locally/from the market) and craster kippers
main: locally-caught fish stew with pan haggerty (cheese, onion, potato) and a stottie, local ham and pease pudding sandwich
pudding: ice cream selection from mark tony's, beckleberry's and deleval ices served with seasonal berries and coffee from pumphery's
locally brewed beers (wylam & tyne bank) and teashed and northumberland teas for after
and i'd have to cater for myself entirely separately apart from the drinks
actually put the ham in the pan haggerty
I think I've just caught a fish stew
Mexican-Polish fusion for mains
and a fondant for dessert.
Entertainment: me breakdancing on a bit of lino in the garden.
on the floor of your small galley kitchen and we could have ourselves a 10/10
Starter: light banter
Main: Pot noodle
Pudding: AND A WANK!!!
Main: Cheeky Nandos
Pudding: Big bag of Haribo tangfastics
someone does a cuisine which is quite common these days, and a couple of the boneheaded other contestants can't even pronounce it and haven't heard of it. "Eh, what is pale - ah?" or "I have never'erd of Filly migg-nonn". One will have a massive aversion to something like seafood and refuses to try a prawn, or does and gags a bit. One of them will try and act cheffy in the kitchen and drop an ingredient on the floor (then give it a rinse and carry on).
So, starter - something involving prawns. Pre-prepared
Main - some kind of stew / chilli / curry
Pudding - selection of whatever ice creams are on offer in Tescos.
Main - Chicken Soup
Desert - Digestive biscuits with optional butter
Entertainment - Just put The Wire on or summat
main: farfalle alla Royter
Main: Compote of Beef
Dessert: Boeuf a la Compote
Entertainment: Drinking till I black out and piss myself