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What are your food-related "Guilty Pleasures"?


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Initial post: 22 Jan 2013, 15:57:27 GMT
Mine, I must confess, is Cocktail Sauce. You know. Pink mayo. Sauce rose as the French say. It has to be commercial, it has to come from a jar. And no, ketchup mixed with mayo is NOT the same.
I have to watch myself, because I'd eat it out of the jar.
With a spoon.
Or my fingers.
I'd spread it on toast if I was let.

What about you?

Posted on 22 Jan 2013, 16:08:14 GMT
pixie says:
*whispers* chips and curry sauce! Eek!

Posted on 22 Jan 2013, 16:15:41 GMT
Charlie says:
Deep fried egg with homemade chops, the white crisp and the yolk running over the chips! And a splodge of Heinz ketchup :)

Posted on 22 Jan 2013, 16:49:58 GMT
Last edited by the author on 22 Jan 2013, 16:50:09 GMT
Isobel Ayres says:
Roasted salted macadamia nuts, with a nice glass of sauvignon-blanc. Guilty as in the terribly-bad-for-me stakes, rather than as shameful.

Of the shameful variety - sweet'n'sour battered chicken balls from the Chinese (I know, I know!) or fried bread fried egg sandwiches (crispy white, broken and cooked all-the-way through yolk).

Posted on 22 Jan 2013, 17:15:26 GMT
Bearman says:
Dairylea triangles, fish finger sandwichs, Heinz sandwich spread, fish sticks, the parson's nose off the chicken, skin on custard (I'm sick I know), Galaxy Ripple. I would go on but its almost time for me to go home.

Posted on 22 Jan 2013, 17:18:33 GMT
Charlie says:
That all sounds amazing Isobel! Even the sweet and sour on occasion. Those nuts sound fab tho

In reply to an earlier post on 22 Jan 2013, 18:33:17 GMT
Ahh, what in the US they call a "hard fried" egg, or an "over hard" egg. Here in Spain, they call em shoe leather! LOL I remember being in Madrid airport in the caff behind a line of US students and about 8 of them wanted hard-fried eggs. The frycook looked at me and I said, "I'll have a "normal egg" (over easy) please!" He was so chuffed he gave me 2.

Posted on 22 Jan 2013, 18:52:24 GMT
FSamuel says:
Crab sticks and smoked salmon. I made myself sick one day by eating one kg of crab sticks in one evening... but I cannot indulge in smoked salmon a lot :( unless it is on special offer.

In reply to an earlier post on 22 Jan 2013, 19:00:45 GMT
pixie says:
I doubt that there is any crab in them either frenchie!Lol!

Posted on 22 Jan 2013, 19:29:50 GMT
Ivan says:
Tinned Fray Bentos steak and kidney pie.

In reply to an earlier post on 22 Jan 2013, 19:30:26 GMT
FSamuel says:
Yeah, that why I felt so queasy afterwards most probably. Even the red skin is E something... still, I love the stuff. Put on the table a kilo of so called crab stick and a kilo of Leonidas Belgian Chocolates, I'll fight you for the crab sticks... **smiles**

Posted on 22 Jan 2013, 21:53:23 GMT
Cream filled Belgian bun with lemon curd, icing and a cherry on top, sat night treat from bakers oven....except it,s Greggs now and they miss out the lemon curd.

Posted on 23 Jan 2013, 08:29:36 GMT
DH is mad on those surimi sticks. There is indeed no crab in them, just cheap fish, soy, and flavourings.

Posted on 23 Jan 2013, 12:06:46 GMT
Bearman says:
I forgot Lardy cake!

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jan 2013, 12:11:09 GMT
Isobel Ayres says:
Mmm - crunchy buttery bread and eggy squish. Heaven! Very, very, very, VERY bad for one, though :(

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jan 2013, 12:12:57 GMT
Isobel Ayres says:
I know it's such an art to get the perfect soft fried egg, and not break the yolk etc, but I just like things well cooked in general. I don't like runny yolks, or rare meat, or un-cremated bacon. I think I am a bit of a heathen, really!

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jan 2013, 12:13:42 GMT
Isobel Ayres says:
Mmmm. Sounds yummy!

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jan 2013, 12:20:12 GMT
pixie says:
Isobel...this may interest you, while looking through the books last night I came upon...Matzoh Brei It's like a jewish omelette. Have you tried it?

Posted on 23 Jan 2013, 12:31:46 GMT
Stu says:
very hot chilli !! could eat every day but want hot curries in between really should have been born in india lol

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jan 2013, 13:32:51 GMT
Isobel Ayres says:
I haven't. The only Jewish food we ever ate at home was bagels and potato latkes!

Posted on 23 Jan 2013, 13:47:57 GMT
Bearman says:
How about bacon joints from the hot counter of the supermarket taken home and immediately sliced into a warm sandwich with mustard.

Posted on 23 Jan 2013, 13:48:19 GMT
Bearman says:
Lindor chocolate

Posted on 23 Jan 2013, 13:49:01 GMT
Bearman says:
Skippy peanut butter and marmite sandwich on Tiger bread.

Posted on 23 Jan 2013, 13:50:16 GMT
Bearman says:
Ice cream ICE CREAM (Ben and Jerry's, Haargan Daz, Davilles, Tesco Finest Latte Coffee ice cream)

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jan 2013, 14:08:56 GMT
Last edited by the author on 23 Jan 2013, 14:09:57 GMT
Isobel Ayres says:
Oh yes, icecream! I'm not a fan of Ben & Jerry's (they discontinued the only two I liked - New York Superfudge Chunk *and* Vanilla Toffee Crunch - and I've never forgiven them!) but I absolutely love Hagen Dazs, especially the pralines and cream (my former favourite) and the mint leaves and chocolate (my new favourite). Movenpick is amazing, too, but hard to get in the UK (it's a Swiss company, I think - it's everywhere there).

The best icecream I've ever had was gelato on my one trip to Italy. So incredible, and gelaterias everywhere with so many amazing flavours. The best I had was a really intense cantaloupe (which I'd never thought of making icecream out of) and black pepper one. I can still taste it and it was five years ago! Many outstanding pistachio icecreams also.

My guilty icecream pleasure is Vienetta.
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