Uk's least popular British foods

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Son of Stan, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. Keawyeds

    Keawyeds Striker

    I suspect that says a lot about his approach to many things

    1) A Bundle of sticks used for fires
    2) A pork meatball
    3) A derogatory term for a gay person
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  2. Arkle

    Arkle Striker Contributor

    He squirts salad cream or primula cheese into most things after karate chopping them in half?
  3. SAFCOldie

    SAFCOldie Striker

    Also know as a savoury duck. It is neither a duck nor a faggot, it's basically a ball of meat off cuts with some herbs.
  4. West_Winger

    West_Winger Winger

    They’ll be the ones who go to Spain and eat Morcilla and say how nice it is as well.
  5. Arkle

    Arkle Striker Contributor

    Yep. Offcuts plus offal. One of those weird things that was once a cheap way of getting maximum value from the animal but is now often cooked in high end restaurants or by Masterchef contenstants. "It's hare done four ways, pan fried, oven roasted, sous vide and I've made a little faggot with the liver and other leftovers".
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  6. Squat

    Squat Central Defender

    they've cut the level above god off the picture.
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  7. Bladecat

    Bladecat Striker

    He doesn't.

    The mere thought of them makes me want to vomit.
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  8. The Sinful Dwarf

    The Sinful Dwarf Midfield

    Sounds alright. I'm all for getting the most out of an animal if we've killed it. Sure I've had the tinned version in my childhood.
  9. mini-x2

    mini-x2 Striker

    You will eternally be 12 years old won’t you? Washed down with a fizzy glass of Tizer? :lol:
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  10. Horley Chorley

    Horley Chorley Striker

    Never tried chitterlings, but love tripe.
    Not raw tripe but cooked as the main ingredient in a Hungarian stew called Pacal (pronounced potsol)
    Hungarian tripe stew (Pacal porkolt) - Creative Kitchen

    Had celeriac mash, which was ok.
  11. Son of Stan

    Son of Stan Striker

    Oh God, don't mention tripe. My Dad used to regularly have a bowl of the stuff uncooked with vinegar I think while I would stand making retching sounds. :)
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  12. Horley Chorley

    Horley Chorley Striker

    I've never tried raw tripe.
    I think it's popular, (eaten with vinegar), with a lot of the older generation.
    Same with chitterlings.
    My ma eats both raw tripe and chitterlings.

    When I've been abroad, I've eaten snails, frogs legs and baby octopus.
    All delicious too.
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  13. monkeytassle

    monkeytassle Striker

    Baby most animals are very tasty
  14. I agree with @hypersonic for he is wise.
  15. duff_man

    duff_man Striker

    Baby octopus is very nice
  16. joemcdokes

    joemcdokes Striker

    Same for me.
  17. Horley Chorley

    Horley Chorley Striker

    I love fried liver and onions.
    Only tried pigs liver, though calfs liver is supposed to be more delicate.
  18. Scorer

    Scorer Winger

    Personally can't stand kidney but everything else on there is lovely!
  19. Dave Herbal

    Dave Herbal Striker

    They are owa dry on their own, I find

    You should know by now that certain things do not compute in the Herbal Brain. One of these is why people feel they have to give up things they enjoyed as kids just because they get older.
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  20. cauldbairn

    cauldbairn Central Defender

    I don't get the crumpets obsession. Just have a slice of toast.

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