Food From Your Youth

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  1. denislawsbackheel

    denislawsbackheel

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    Bacon grille
    Rice pudding with skin and nutmeg
    Sago
    Blancmange
    Tapioca
    Semolina
    Egg custard
    Liver sandwiches
    Devilled kidneys
     
  2. TheBlueDune

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    I did that but it kept repeating on me


    Sauce butties - poor childhood
    Angel delight
    Tyne brand roast meat in a tin with gravy
    Tinned sausages in lard
    Sterri milk
    Vesta curries
     
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  4. Barcon

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    vinegar butties
    Coco mixed with sugar in a bag that you ate by licking the end of your finger and sticking it in the bag.
     
  5. Kris_Musampa

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    Farex (a bit like ready-brek). Loved the stuff.

    We also used to have fried egg and chips for tea. Just egg and chips! I haven't had or seen that meal in ages, In fact I think I'll see if the Missus can rustle it up for tea tonight :-)
     
  6. fulabeer

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    Still eat most of the above regularly (except Toast Toppers unfortunately not available)
    Most of the food is from when i was a kid etc.

    Wife does Finny Haddock
    We both have Cheese n Milk most weekends (now with added bacon and crusty bread!)
    Still have canned ham/corned beef (with key) for my work butties.
    Fray Bentos pies every other week.
    Tinned Burgers in Gravy.
    Mince n Beans. Used to have it with boiled potatoes, but now prefer pitta bread.
    Tinned boiled potatoes.
    Faggots n gravy
    Fried scottish black pudding. (NOT the Bury type)
     
  7. idahoblues

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    Egg and chips was the best
     
  8. Saddleworth2

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    Mmmmmm.....

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  9. Jordie

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    Alphabeti spaghetti
     
  10. oakiecokie

    oakiecokie

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    Its Guinness time any day of the week.
    Pobs on a cold winters morning before going to school.
    WHAT IS IT I HEAR YOU SHOUT.
    Bread broken into small pieces covered with sugar and finally some hot steaming milk poured onto the bread and sugar.
    Superb.
    Couldn`t stomach it nowadays.
    Another favourite was when Mum used to buy mince meat from the butchers and whilst cooking it in a hot pan she would gently spoon off the fat which would rise to the top of the pan and served as Beef Tea.
    Seriously loved both of the above at the time.
     

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