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    Default Friday Fun: Best meal you ever had?

    What's the most wonderful food you ever ate? Was it at a restaurant or home-cooked, etc?
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    My best meals seem to coincide with my most hungry moments. Large cod and chips and a battered sausage (usually I don't touch batter) was heaven after coming back from holiday half-starved, as were any meals of almost constant eating for the subsequent 2 weeks. Actually, on that day back after holiday, I was in two minds about whether to buy a huge steak or go to the chippie. In the end the chippie won out. Maybe I needed carbs. Your body knows what it wants. Or perhaps I'm confusing hunger with pregnancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberWolf View Post
    My best meals seem to coincide with my most hungry moments. Large cod and chips and a battered sausage (usually I don't touch batter) was heaven after coming back from holiday half-starved, as were any meals of almost constant eating for the subsequent 2 weeks. Actually, on that day back after holiday, I was in two minds about whether to buy a huge steak or go to the chippie. In the end the chippie won out. Maybe I needed carbs. Your body knows what it wants. Or perhaps I'm confusing hunger with pregnancy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockhouse View Post
    My wedding lunch; Beluga caviar, lobster pappardelle, whole grilled side of turbot filletted at the table followed by panache of fresh forest fruits. All washed down with copious bottles of vintage Perrier Jouet.


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