- Apr 22, 2004
That sounds delicious. Ive never had a dish like this. Is it eaten cold?
Oooh please tell me how it went/goes!
Oh I have an iron will, so there will be no fast breaking.Why did you come to this thread at all if you're fasting?
Thinking about cucumber/shrimp is thinking about food, and undermines your resolve to fast?
Had pork chops, pumpkin, kumera, spuds and most excitedly the first of our nz yams (oca) from the garden as Gary said Toad in the hole is lunch food ???????
It’s verging on illegal to eat toad in the hole without onion gravy - you should definitely make it! But don’t make it thin - it should be thick enough that you can almost feel it coating the insides of your arteries as it’s digested. Good, stodgy winter grub!!Tonight im atempting toad in the hole
i know nothing about tradional uk fare - i don't even like triffle, my grandma used to make Yorkshire pudding but mum never did.
I got some pork sussages and i brought some Texas muffin pans and i reserved some bacon drippings, i brought some dujion mustard but i forgot the red onion
Im not making the onion gravy because English gravy always looks thin and unappealing
Wish me luck
thank you, i will keep this in mind as it seems to be very important
Your perseverance paid off@Daisys and Diamonds it's fascinating what makes a fussy eater.
I had a nightmare baby. Hated breast milk, hated formula. When he started solids, if he didn't like something he would throw it up (and he didn't like a lot of things).
The first year of his life I cried about his consumption of milk/food every day.
For three years I sat him on my lap during every meal and offered everything under the sun to him.
After three he simply turned a corner and was like a different child. Ate anything and everything. I cook things that were past their prime and he'd polish it off to help me clean my fridge.
He picks out the best cherries/berries for me because according to him "You are a difficult woman when it comes to fruit and I can't really tell the difference"
So it's always fascinated me what makes a fussy eater. Mine was certainly born like that but I have no idea why he changed. He's got his preferences but is one of the easiest kids to feed. Eats a wide range of food including vegetables (will chopstick battle me for sauteed green beans). Will try anything and if he doesn't like it will try it again every few months to give himself another chance including things I don't want him to try because I don't want to share .