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1 Food on Fri 9 Nov - 10:21

y2johnny


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Quite a simple title really.

But what's your relationship like with food?

Are you a healthy eater?

Vegan?

Veggie?

Late night eater or breakfast like a king? (Or both)

Sweet tooth?

Nut nibbler? :rofl:

I'm not the greatest eater.  Love sweet stuff, eat late, dont mind veggies and stuff but i have to admit, takeaways are far too easily accessible.

2 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 10:52

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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I am not a healthy eater, but I grill everything and don't have takeaways.

Life would be boring without my 11am Twirl.

3 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 11:16

boltonbonce

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Breakfast is a must. Two shredded wheat, covered with honey, and topped with hot or cold milk.

Dinner/lunch, or whatever you want to call it, is simply a cup of tea and some biscuits.

The rest of the day is usually snacks of one kind or another. I've long since given up sitting at the table for a large meal, and seem to live largely on snacks.

Pie on a barm always goes down well. Yesterday I got a bit of stick for having a mashed potato butty.
People should keep their nose out.

I go through an alarming number of Mini Cheddars, and can easily polish off a couple of tubes of salt & vinegar Pringles at one sitting. No longer being able to feel my lips is a small price to pay.

Christmas is always fun. I'm given a little square table all to myself, where I spend a pleasant afternoon hurling abuse at my Turkey murdering relatives and frightening the kids with tales of ghostly turkey's living under their beds, just waiting for them to drift off to sleep.

My Christmas dinner is usually veggie sausage and mash. To make it a little more festive I might add a pickle. But under no circumstances a sprout.

My Aunt had her 80th Birthday party at a rather nice local restaurant, and gave me £50 to stay away.
Says it all really.

4 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 11:25

xmiles

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Ivan Campo
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This is a very big topic johnny.

Broadly I would say I was a generally healthy eater and I like meat and fish too much to be a vegetarian let alone a vegan.

I also like savoury rather than sweet things and would rather have cheese than a dessert. I am with bonce on the mini cheddars but also like twiglets and beef flavoured crisps.

5 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 18:00

Norpig

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i could never be a veggie, i eat meat every day and i'm also addicted to bread. If a food can go between 2 slices of bread or a barm it'll do for me.

6 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 18:10

Cajunboy

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Andy Walker
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@boltonbonce wrote:Breakfast is a must. Two shredded wheat, covered with honey, and topped with hot or cold milk.

Dinner/lunch, or whatever you want to call it, is simply a cup of tea and some biscuits.

The rest of the day is usually snacks of one kind or another. I've long since given up sitting at the table for a large meal, and seem to live largely on snacks.

Pie on a barm always goes down well. Yesterday I got a bit of stick for having a mashed potato butty.
People should keep their nose out.

I go through an alarming number of Mini Cheddars, and can easily polish off a couple of tubes of salt & vinegar Pringles at one sitting. No longer being able to feel my lips is a small price to pay.

Christmas is always fun. I'm given a little square table all to myself, where I spend a pleasant afternoon hurling abuse at my Turkey murdering relatives and frightening the kids with tales of ghostly turkey's living under their beds, just waiting for them to drift off to sleep.

My Christmas dinner is usually veggie sausage and mash. To make it a little more festive I might add a pickle. But under no circumstances a sprout.

My Aunt had her 80th Birthday party at a rather nice local restaurant, and gave me £50 to stay away.
Says it all really.
So are you a Veggie who doesn't eat vegetables ? Apart from potatoes in various forms.

Do you eat  any fruit ?



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7 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 18:11

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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Bonce, how did you fail to mention your favourite butter pies? Very Happy

8 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 18:24

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@karlypants wrote:Bonce, how did you fail to mention your favourite butter pies? Very Happy
I can't mention everything KP.
As for fruit Cajun, I eat my fair share, but I've given up on apples, which all seem to taste like cork these days.
Grapes are also great for snacking.
If I had the chance of a last meal before death took me, it would probably be butter pie and chips, with two buttered slices of Warbies bread, followed by apple pie and custard.
Sadly I'm sat here with half a bottle of Crag spring water and three bourbon biscuits.

9 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 18:36

y2johnny


Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
Well my meals today have been;

Breakfast - 600ml bottle of smart water
Lunch - 2 cheese pasties (carrs) and a 600 'll bottle of pepsi max
Tea - pudding, chips and gravy and a barm.  With a 500ml Dr pepper.

No coffee today.  Which is a surprise. 

Might have a galaxy after. 

Compare to yesterday I had;

Breakfast : 2 x pain au chocolates and a coffee

Lunch: ham and cheese toastie.

Tea: chilli star wraps.

I need to sort my shit out. And no one knows that more than me. But with work, helping coach my lads rugby team, coaching my daughter's footy team and the other clubs and stuff they go to, it's constantly what ever is convenient.

Does anyone plan their meals?  Like for the week?  I know meal prep is now a thing where you do most of the stuff in one day to make it easier throughout the week.  Do people really do that or is it unjust another social media thing to make normal people feel like shit?

10 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 18:38

y2johnny


Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
@Norpig wrote:i could never be a veggie, i eat johnnys meat every day and i'm also addicted to breaders and bomce. If a food can go between 2 slices of bread or a barm it'll do for me.
Smile

11 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 19:10

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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Johnny what happened to the mushy peas? Shocked

12 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 19:24

y2johnny


Tony Kelly
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@karlypants wrote:Johnny what happened to the mushy peas? Shocked
I didnt fancy them tonight. Normally do though. I used to love chaes in harwood. Steve always gave me extra scraps. Very Happy

13 Re: Food on Fri 9 Nov - 22:43

xmiles

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Ivan Campo
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@y2johnny wrote:Well my meals today have been;

Breakfast - 600ml bottle of smart water
Lunch - 2 cheese pasties (carrs) and a 600 'll bottle of pepsi max
Tea - pudding, chips and gravy and a barm.  With a 500ml Dr pepper.

No coffee today.  Which is a surprise. 

Might have a galaxy after. 

Compare to yesterday I had;

Breakfast : 2 x pain au chocolates and a coffee

Lunch: ham and cheese toastie.

Tea: chilli star wraps.

I need to sort my shit out. And no one knows that more than me. But with work, helping coach my lads rugby team, coaching my daughter's footy team and the other clubs and stuff they go to, it's constantly what ever is convenient.

Does anyone plan their meals?  Like for the week?  I know meal prep is now a thing where you do most of the stuff in one day to make it easier throughout the week.  Do people really do that or is it unjust another social media thing to make normal people feel like shit?

Smart water? WTF. Is there something wrong with the tap water where you live?

14 Re: Food on Sat 10 Nov - 0:07

y2johnny


Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
@xmiles wrote:
@y2johnny wrote:Well my meals today have been;

Breakfast - 600ml bottle of smart water
Lunch - 2 cheese pasties (carrs) and a 600 'll bottle of pepsi max
Tea - pudding, chips and gravy and a barm.  With a 500ml Dr pepper.

No coffee today.  Which is a surprise. 

Might have a galaxy after. 

Compare to yesterday I had;

Breakfast : 2 x pain au chocolates and a coffee

Lunch: ham and cheese toastie.

Tea: chilli star wraps.

I need to sort my shit out. And no one knows that more than me. But with work, helping coach my lads rugby team, coaching my daughter's footy team and the other clubs and stuff they go to, it's constantly what ever is convenient.

Does anyone plan their meals?  Like for the week?  I know meal prep is now a thing where you do most of the stuff in one day to make it easier throughout the week.  Do people really do that or is it unjust another social media thing to make normal people feel like shit?

Smart water? WTF. Is there something wrong with the tap water where you live?
I'm out working and on sites so always take drinks with me Smile

15 Re: Food on Sun 11 Nov - 0:27

NickFazer

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El Hadji Diouf
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I tried veggie for a while and didn't find it too difficult, I have some fish and meat occasionally now though.

Breakfast is my must have, never skip it unless I'm sick.

16 Re: Food on Sun 11 Nov - 15:48

gloswhite

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Jay Jay Okocha
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With Diabetes, IBS, and now a couple of stents, along with blood pressure and cholesterol, I have to have less sugar, fat, and salt, and there's not much left to enjoy. I try to follow a reasonable diet, but if I have anything before 1200, including water, it can trigger the IBS, so sometimes I just think 'fuck it', and do what I like, knowing that whatever I pick nowadays, I'm in the wrong. 
Must admit, I've developed a bad habit of raiding the fridge immediately after my tea, and this can go on for some time.

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