Uk's least popular British foods

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

  1. mini-x2

    mini-x2 Striker

    Im with you in theory and I agree with your viewpoint but some things like taste changes doesn’t it? Or does it? :confused:
  2. Dave Herbal

    Dave Herbal Striker

    Is there any reason why it should? I don’t know if there’s any physiological change, it’s more down to conditioning isn’t it?
  3. Scorer

    Scorer Winger

    Taste buds die as you age so, theoretically, you'll tolerate stronger flavours as you get older.
  4. houst69

    houst69 Striker

    British foods? Chicken Tikka Massala? Haway man :lol:
  5. Dave Herbal

    Dave Herbal Striker

    Invented in England wasn’t it?

    Or maybe Scotland:

    The origin of the dish is not certain. Some trace the origins of the dish to the South Asian community in Britain. The Multicultural Handbook of Food, Nutrition and Dieteticscredits its creation to Bangladeshi migrantchefs in the 1960s, after migrating from what was then East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). At the time, most of Britain's Indian restaurants were owned and run by Bangladeshi chefs, who developed and served a number of new inauthentic "Indian" dishes, including chicken tikka masala.[5] Historians of ethnic food Peter and Colleen Grove discuss various origin-claims of chicken tikka masala, concluding that the dish "was most certainly invented in Britain, probably by a Bangladeshi chef".[6] They suggest that "the shape of things to come may have been a recipe for Shahi Chicken Masala in Mrs Balbir Singh’s Indian Cookery published in 1961".[6]

    Another explanation is that it originated in an Indian restaurant in Glasgow, Scotland.[7][2]This version recounts how a Pakistani chef, Ali Ahmed Aslam, proprietor of the Shish Mahal restaurant in the west end of Glasgow, invented chicken tikka masala by improvising a sauce made from yogurt, cream, and spices.[8][9]
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  6. worcestermakem

    worcestermakem Central Defender

    The knackers have a picture of oatcakes instead of laverbread.

    Celeriac is great in remoulade.
    Last edited: Jun 13, 2019 at 3:50 AM
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  7. A good quality black pudding soaked in tomato juice....saliva glands in overdrive!
  8. Keawyeds

    Keawyeds Striker

    Why do you think his relationships don't last?
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  9. Harry Angstrom

    Harry Angstrom Striker

    It does. Imho. Our brains change until we reach adulthood.
    A lot of changing tastes will be social though.

    It was invented in Glasgow.
    Last edited: Jun 13, 2019 at 9:27 AM
  10. Keawyeds

    Keawyeds Striker

    I love that Britain has a claim on Lasagne
    BBC NEWS | UK | Britain lays claim to lasagne
  11. Spennymackem1981

    Spennymackem1981 Midfield

    how can something that is made of so much nasty shit taste so fucking tasty

    Just made a bap with Bacon Square sosij and haggis...its on another level

    OOOSH YEAH Central Defender

    One of the best teas ever is haggis, mashed turnip, butter mash and a whisky cream sauce with peppercorns. Plate of fucking slop. Tempted to make it for me lass tomorrow night.
  13. monkeytassle

    monkeytassle Striker

    Deep fried with salt and sauce is where its at.

    OOOSH YEAH Central Defender

    This is being discussed on the other food thread as you well know so why make this about you?
  15. elder

    elder Striker

    in full agreement with the 'crap' tier... they're all absolutely rank.
  16. I am happy to be corrected here, but aren't cottage pie and shepherd's pie the same thing (plus or minus a bit of veg) ?
  17. worcestermakem

    worcestermakem Central Defender

  18. Metalmicky

    Metalmicky Subs Bench

    Love all on the list bar jellied eels. Always stock up when in Scotland with Stornoway black pudding, lorne sausage, a couple of haggis tubes, some white puddings and some well fired morning rolls. I also need to buy bridie's for my Forfar pal and get some iron bru sweets for our lass.
  19. Keawyeds

    Keawyeds Striker

    What the actual fuck. I wouldn't even ask @Napoleon Dynamite to try that.
    For one it's not in a yorkshire pudding, but also because I don't want him to suffer
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  20. There's plenty of awful food in British cuisine but almost all of that list, by common consensus, isn't among them.

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