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Cheese. Nothing else comes close.
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Cheese isn't food, it's an ingredient

Pizza Marinara or Stagioni

Bacon and banana burger

Kingklip marinara

Pork spare ribs
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Beef and banana? You. Absolute. Palestine.
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Bacon and banana burger
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bimboman wrote:
Bacon and banana burger
:shock:
:thumbup: On a beef pattie. Absolutely delicious
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Jensrsa wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Bacon and banana burger
:shock:
:thumbup: On a beef pattie. Absolutely delicious
Your taste buds are stuffed. Might be Covid. Get tested ASAP
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Sandstorm wrote:Cheese. Nothing else comes close.
Can you specify? Cos some cheese out there is shit. Some on the other hand is heavenly

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Cheese is on a par with crack for sure. Tried to quit many a time, but the bastard has ruined my life .... arghhh
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Wyndham Upalot wrote:Cheese is on a par with crack for sure. Tried to quit many a time, but the bastard has ruined my life .... arghhh
You in the right place for it yet ?
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The only shite cheese is American cheese. And Camenbert. Smells like semen.
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Sandstorm wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Bacon and banana burger
:shock:
:thumbup: On a beef pattie. Absolutely delicious
Your taste buds are stuffed. Might be Covid. Get tested ASAP
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Next best a guacamole burger

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bimboman wrote:
Wyndham Upalot wrote:Cheese is on a par with crack for sure. Tried to quit many a time, but the bastard has ruined my life .... arghhh
You in the right place for it yet ?
;) August - can't wait to indulge myself in all that holy (sp?) stuff 8)
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Sandstorm wrote:The only shite cheese is American cheese. And Camenbert. Smells like semen.
Gorgonzola :thumbdown:

TBH I don't like stinky cheese
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Sandstorm wrote:The only shite cheese is American cheese. And Camenbert. Smells like semen.
Go on...
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Wyndham Upalot wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Wyndham Upalot wrote:Cheese is on a par with crack for sure. Tried to quit many a time, but the bastard has ruined my life .... arghhh
You in the right place for it yet ?
;) August - can't wait to indulge myself in all that holy (sp?) stuff 8)

It’s a stereotype but even the supermarkets are full of amazing stuff.

(Their meat is crap).
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Jensrsa wrote:
Sandstorm wrote:The only shite cheese is American cheese. And Camenbert. Smells like semen.
Gorgonzola :thumbdown:

TBH I don't like stinky cheese

But you eat that Banana stuff. .... shame
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Jensrsa wrote:
Sandstorm wrote:The only shite cheese is American cheese. And Camenbert. Smells like semen.
Gorgonzola :thumbdown:
Try it on a burger before you ruin yours with various tropical fruits.
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taro and palusami. The palusami needs to be a nice batch though, nice and creamy.
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bimboman wrote:
Wyndham Upalot wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Wyndham Upalot wrote:Cheese is on a par with crack for sure. Tried to quit many a time, but the bastard has ruined my life .... arghhh
You in the right place for it yet ?
;) August - can't wait to indulge myself in all that holy (sp?) stuff 8)

It’s a stereotype but even the supermarkets are full of amazing stuff.

(Their meat is crap).
I know it's quite sad to admit it, but I've not looked into what the local (St. Galen) food/cuisine will be like ... crappo of me, yep. That said, I'd like to think that because I've lived all over the globe, I'm fairly adaptable. Looking forward to the on-tap cheese, chocolate, watches, gold and tax free stuff of course though :roll:
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Wyndham Upalot wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Wyndham Upalot wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Wyndham Upalot wrote:Cheese is on a par with crack for sure. Tried to quit many a time, but the bastard has ruined my life .... arghhh
You in the right place for it yet ?
;) August - can't wait to indulge myself in all that holy (sp?) stuff 8)

It’s a stereotype but even the supermarkets are full of amazing stuff.

(Their meat is crap).
I know it's quite sad to admit it, but I've not looked into what the local (St. Galen) food/cuisine will be like ... crappo of me, yep. That said, I'd like to think that because I've lived all over the globe, I'm fairly adaptable. Looking forward to the on-tap cheese, chocolate, watches, gold and tax free stuff of course though :roll:

Their bread, cheese , cured and dried meats are top notch. Fruit and veg have the best of the Italian market gardens.

It’s just they don’t age fresh meat at all, so it’s expensive (average steal 100 quid a kilo) and rubbish.
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Holy god he was serious about the bananas thing. That has to be a crime.


Roquefort is the world best cheese.
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Whoah, that's some serious outlay for meat - I'll seek out a discounter for sure. I'm not averse to paying top for quality, but if its overpriced, I'll body swerve. Or, I'll go tofu. As long as the cheese is up to scratch, I'll be content. My COL allowances seem generous, so I reckon I'll be ok in the long term.
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bimboman wrote:Holy god he was serious about the bananas thing. That has to be a crime.


Roquefort is the world best cheese.
Close second behind Stilton for me.
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Wyndham Upalot wrote:Whoah, that's some serious outlay for meat - I'll seek out a discounter for sure. I'm not averse to paying top for quality, but if its overpriced, I'll body swerve. Or, I'll go tofu. As long as the cheese is up to scratch, I'll be content. My COL allowances seem generous, so I reckon I'll be ok in the long term.
Drive to Germany or France for your meat. Save a bloody fortune.
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Wyndham Upalot wrote:Whoah, that's some serious outlay for meat - I'll seek out a discounter for sure. I'm not averse to paying top for quality, but if its overpriced, I'll body swerve. Or, I'll go tofu. As long as the cheese is up to scratch, I'll be content. My COL allowances seem generous, so I reckon I'll be ok in the long term.

You’ll be fine, it’s just a trip to Germany (1/2 hour for you). The pork is good.


What I did was bring back vacuum packed steak every time I went to the UK. And the Argentinian beef is excellent.
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Sandstorm wrote:
bimboman wrote:Holy god he was serious about the bananas thing. That has to be a crime.


Roquefort is the world best cheese.
Close second behind Stilton for me.

There’s a galaxy between hand swooshed Roquefort and any other cheese.
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Foie Gras, the actual liver, lightly pan fried, so still pink in the middle, served with a toasted brioche bun.

Yum,yum, yum.

EDIT With a decent Sauternes, or bottle of Amontillado to wash it down.
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Rustlers burger and McDonalds curry super noodles

Ribeena to wash it down.
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iarmhiman wrote:Rustlers burger and McDonalds curry super noodles

Ribeena to wash it down.
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bimboman wrote:
Wyndham Upalot wrote:Whoah, that's some serious outlay for meat - I'll seek out a discounter for sure. I'm not averse to paying top for quality, but if its overpriced, I'll body swerve. Or, I'll go tofu. As long as the cheese is up to scratch, I'll be content. My COL allowances seem generous, so I reckon I'll be ok in the long term.

You’ll be fine, it’s just a trip to Germany (1/2 hour for you). The pork is good.


What I did was bring back vacuum packed steak every time I went to the UK. And the Argentinian beef is excellent.
Yep, cross border shopping seems sensible. I know German shops way back in the days of Penny Markt, so will defo be making those trips.
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bimboman wrote:Holy god he was serious about the bananas thing. That has to be a crime.


Roquefort is the world best cheese.
It pains me to do so but I agree.
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On a day to day basis it must be one of the various curries I make.

BUT if we are talking unrestricted favourite I’d have to say Bistecca alla Fiorentina.

Edit. Knew I’d spell alla wrong ;)
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Ali's Choice wrote:taro and palusami. The palusami needs to be a nice batch though, nice and creamy.
Yeah, but could substitute yam, cassava, kumara for taro and it's still good.
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CrazyIslander wrote:
Ali's Choice wrote:taro and palusami. The palusami needs to be a nice batch though, nice and creamy.
Yeah, but could substitute yam, cassava, kumara for taro and it's still good.
Personally I'm not so keen on those choices. Umu cooked breadfruit at an absolute stretch but taro all the way!
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Sandstorm wrote:Cheese. Nothing else comes close.
Fvcking love cheese.

Munching some Manchego right now.
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Sandstorm wrote:
bimboman wrote:Holy god he was serious about the bananas thing. That has to be a crime.


Roquefort is the world best cheese.
Close second behind Stilton for me.
You see you’re close, but Fourme d’Amberte is the correct answer
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slick wrote:
Sandstorm wrote:
bimboman wrote:Holy god he was serious about the bananas thing. That has to be a crime.


Roquefort is the world best cheese.
Close second behind Stilton for me.
You see you’re close, but Fourme d’Amberte is the correct answer
Pasturised or unpasturised?
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Just a very good nicely sauced seafood chowder is kind of my thing, with toasted brioche for dipping.

But tbf you can't go passed a whitebait patty sandwiche, with a squeeze of lemon and salt and pepper.

But then I am a humble and plain type person.
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Double Sausage and Egg McMuffin (x2) with 4 Hash Browns
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Malaysian. Nasi Lemak, Laksa, Mee Goreng. Such a good variety of flavour and texture across the board. Even the drinks they make like Chendol. They just have taste and flavour everywhere.
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