well at least she's not lying about that
Dutch were so proud they conquered this fish that they put a flag in it
>Weewoo Weewoo BIDF has arrived
Were you trying to banter me or something? I don't get it
the diner I worked at near an airport, the brits who came in on occasion would ask for it that way, so we would just stick two slices in the same slot, is it like a generational thing
it was the same way we did it when I worked at a nursing home kitchen
we did it that way at the nursing home because it was softer to bite into
from my limited experience with bongs is that they like their toast done to a lighter shade then americans
Literally never heard of or seen the one sided thing. The fact that the people you met who had their toast like that were in America says a lot... they were obviously fucked in the head.
Nothing wrong with beans on toast mate. Couple of scrambled eggs and some cheese you've got a great little meal. Has every amino acid group you need, plenty of fibre. What's not to like?
>He doesnt Eat Toad in the Hole
just googled it
some website said that older british toaster only toasted one side at a time, and that some folk could not summon the patience to flip it
also makes better toasted sandwiches with the untoasted side in
not the weirdest thing I've seen, in maine where I live the french canadians like to have a buttered completely untoasted piece of white bread at all meals
Saving this thread with delicious french cuisine
Watching the brits getting humiliated by dutch and canadian foodlords is one delightful sight to a genuine Frenchman
You will never eat anything that tastes better than this.
I can do without the peas but please... deep fried battered cod is fucking divine.
Poor imitation for our boeuf en croûte.
At least, you tried and when you copy, you're not so bad...
that looks perfect, in fact if you cook it further you risk ruining it
I just ate tortillas that macaroni (pasta), jalapeno, monce meat, salsa sauce, cucumbers,salad,sauc sauce and soy sauce and salad and little tomatoes
What's your third choice then?
well arigato senpai, desu desu desu
Someone who's not an idiot coming through. Basically, the English kings and upper class paid French chefs to cook for them rather than English ones, so Britain never developed high culture cuisine, and has hardier, simpler foods. Food like the stake and ale pie, beef stew, shepherds pie, beef wellington, cornish pasty, sunday roast etc etc developed and became the popular staples. Honestly, these are all vastly under appreciated meals and are fucking delicious for day-to-day eating, though never get British food at a restaurant.
>forgetting the greatest American chef
>tfw you'll never drive over the Italian border for a tasty lunch on a perfect day
That actually seems like a really good choice. Their mcDonalds also serves spaghetti, fun fact.
>Someone who's not an idiot coming through. Basically, the English kings and upper class paid French chefs to cook for them rather than English ones, so Britain never developed high culture cuisine, and has hardier, simpler foods.
What kind of silly fairy tale is that? This is absolutely hilarious
Fame isn't synonimous with good. The taquero a block away from my house makes better food in 5 minutes than any of those faggot chefs who probably sell you a teaspoon of beans for 10 dollars.
It's pretty much established fact, although not the way that bonger described.
Following the Norman conquest of England, there was a glut of french cuisine and chefs imported to the british isles. This left its mark in etymology in the english words for food to this day.
In general food itself is named after a french term, while the animal or plant the food comes from is name after an anglo term.
beef = boeuf
cow = koe
Don't mind me just posting what should be a world wide delicacy
Every time you jf post this image and every time you never tell us what the balls are. #i recognise and proudly eat everything on that plate and you would too but we all must enjoy memes, I understand, yet I don't recognise what the balls are.
Pie, mash, peas and gravy is a very real meal, but what are the bloody balls?
nigger i know you're all about the banter but there is a line we do not cross. never ever become between a man and his beans, fuck his wife or his dog or his toast but leave the beans alone you sick fuck
What are you on about its the only thing you need.
French food is absolute dog shit my little meme spouting friend.
>Hey Pierre I'm hungry
>Well Mourice let's turn over a rock and cook what we find
>HON HON HON HON
All the little European shitholes scurry out for any opportunity to bandwagon on America's memes (like the teeth thing and quisine) because theyre insecure that their little European shitholes cant be as relevant or important as our little european shithole.
It's especially funny when they use stuff that doesnt exist, like the toast sandwich, and join in with the tv license banter even though half of them have TV licenses, theyre just too irrelevant for anyone to know it.
What is it about food that makes people the most nationalistic and xenophobic? I have noticed that food triggers people like no other topic. You should see /ck/ as it is nothing but nationalistic shitposting.
I may be London born and raise but don't knock haggis till you've tried it. I saw some randomly in a supermarket and picked some up. It's basically a giant delicious peppery sausage.
Import some and taste the beauty.
but no brit ever sat on our throne, cant say the same about the opposite oioioioi!
Alright lads, just got back from the kitchen.
>mfw I am literally eating the OP picture, spinach curry
>mfw it really does look like poo left by a very sick paki
>mfw it tastes lovely
I have seen it suggested, but faggots aren't balls. Not even Mr Brains frozen faggots look like that. Plus you never hear of the classic pie, mash and peas being served with faggots.