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wotsfortea

Vegetables

Favorite or most hated.

I love sprouts, onions and sugar snap peas.
I hate leeks they make me gip and cauliflower in summer. My parents grew it on the allotment and froze any excess. One Sunday lunch I found about 7 caterpillars in my cauliflower i was gipping and retching when my Dad said " what's up with you they have been sterilized in the cooking process".
grunt

Don't like any root veg except carrots which are probably the best veg of all. Cauliflower is rank unless in a curry.
sheeps

Onions, sprouts.
sheeps

Re: Vegetables

wotsfortea wrote:
Favorite or most hated.

I love sprouts, onions and sugar snap peas.
I hate leeks they make me gip and cauliflower in summer. My parents grew it on the allotment and froze any excess. One Sunday lunch I found about 7 caterpillars in my cauliflower i was gipping and retching when my Dad said " what's up with you they have been sterilized in the cooking process".


More likely, "stop moaning and get em eaten, kids are starvin in Biafra".
Grind

Vegetables are God's way of saying he doesn't really care for us after all.
Late Doors

grunt wrote:
Don't like any root veg except carrots which are probably the best veg of all. Cauliflower is rank unless in a curry.


That's just what i think of turnips. Raw Carrots are ace, cooking detroys them.
Cant get enough sprouts, earthytastic
Spinach in a curry is unbeatable but its good with fish as well
I could eat savoy cabbage forever as well

In fact I could quite happilly be a veggie if i could also have meat n fish as well
Forest

All veg is good, just depends how it's cooked. Even sprouts.
fartcatcher

What's the difference between sprouts and bogeys?

Kids won't eat sprouts  
Grind

And they're probably less nutritious.
Grind

Weirdly, I actually quite like sprouts as long as they haven't been cooked to buggery.

* Same with bogeys.
Grind

There's nothing quite as satisfying in life as battling to snort up one of those ridiculously viscous yellowy greeners from the depth of your lungs/back of throat you can get at this time of year.

And when I say battle, I obviously mean one of those full-on, "I may come close to passing out through lack of oxygen" siphonic snot struggles.

Can we keep it, Ma? Can we?

* I'm a sharer, me.
Dock

I should have known it would be you starting a thread about the wonder of vegatables. After all you did marry one.
Dock

The personal ad described Sheeps as "blonde and Nordic looking". Imagine WFT's surprise when Sheeps turned up to meet her. She thought she was getting a Swede but ended up with a cabbage. Life can be cruel sometimes.
Forest

Grind wrote:
Weirdly, I actually quite like sprouts as long as they haven't been cooked to buggery.



Par boiled then pan fried with onion and bacon is how I like them.
fartcatcher

Forest wrote:
Grind wrote:
Weirdly, I actually quite like sprouts as long as they haven't been cooked to buggery.



Par boiled then pan fried with onion and bacon is how I like them.


that's how they cook seaweed in Wales
wotsfortea

Dock wrote:
The personal ad described Sheeps as "blonde and Nordic looking". Imagine WFT's surprise when Sheeps turned up to meet her. She thought she was getting a Swede but ended up with a cabbage. Life can be cruel sometimes.


The ad also described a whopping great Cucumber and that turned out to be a wizened Old Gherkin.
wotsfortea

I love spring greens deep fried.
sheeps

Any more compliments?
Dock

sheeps wrote:
Any more compliments?


Fuck off cabbage!
sheeps

When you really put your mind to it you are the undisputed king of the put downs.

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