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    whisky
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    apart from salt, it's gotta be cheese. Particularly when drunk. I think it's my main source of protein seeing as I don't eat much meat (let's not go into the fat...)

    I recently discovered the AMAZING thing that is cheesy waffles. They are AMAZING. Oh wait, did I already say that?

    Aww man, now I want some.

    EDIT: Oh, also, if I'm cooking properly then garlic paste. I bung it in everything - well it's in most of the recipes anyway!
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    Marmite!

    Seriously scrambled egg on marmite toast = YUM!

    Marmite and Roast Duck = :coma:

    Chips and Marmite = :drool:
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    Monosodium glutamate
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    Salt. It's also very bad for one's health.
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    Salt, black pepper and Ketchup :coma:
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    believe it or not food colour does make food taste better. it has this psychological effect. that tandoori chicken you eat next time is full of red food colour. imagine how you would feel if it was white/yellow-ish!
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    Ketchup :sexface:

    Bit of chilli sauce makes it pretty good too
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    In the process of cooking- **** for you but...butter i.e. all butter croissants and ginger bread taste far better than half fat ones.

    After somethings been cooked...the standard salt and pepper can recover a lot of dull dishes.
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    Salt, black pepper and Nando's hot sauce :yum:
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    Cheese.. if UK did not have the same selection of cheese I swear I would migrate to someone that did.
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    mayo, mustard or tartare sauce
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    (Original post by TVC 15)
    Salt, black pepper and Nando's hot sauce :yum:
    very close to my triad - salt, black pepper and belibis hot chilli sauce
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    I got another one... yogurt :sogood:
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    cheese or salt&peppa
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    Salt, salt and more salt.

    Brown sauce and barbecue sauce is a good one too. On most things, but not all.
 
 
 
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