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Your Favourite "Prince and Pauper" foods! watch

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    (Original post by -honeybee-)
    Prince...





    Pauper...


    I freakin' love it honeybee! Your selection is inspirational to palates!
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    (Original post by TotoMimo)
    Those chocolate mousses are great actually. My sister says they're bitter and have an odd aftertaste, but I think it's like the aftertaste of like, a cocoa... kinda like when you sneakily dip your spoon into powdered drinking chocolate and take a sneaky taste.
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    Prince:

    Only reason I occasionally get my 5-a-day (primarily fruit).

    ...Actually struggling, haha
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    [Originally Posted by TotoMimo
    Those chocolate mousses are great actually. My sister says they're bitter and have an odd aftertaste, but I think it's like the aftertaste of like, a cocoa... kinda like when you sneakily dip your spoon into powdered drinking chocolate and take a sneaky taste.
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    Contrad!ction, I like the way you think.
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    (Original post by TotoMimo)
    I freakin' love it honeybee! Your selection is inspirational to palates!
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    Gorgonzola. :love:
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    (Less than a pound from the Chinese supermarket).



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    jeh_jeh, your pauper foods really aren't that cheap! Are you the Monopoly Man?
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    (Original post by TotoMimo)
    jeh_jeh, your pauper foods really aren't that cheap! Are you the Monopoly Man?
    LMFAO, literally caused me to spit out my apple juice. I was thinking that though, Mr 'Butterkist is a budget'! There's me with my cheap as cheap popcorn kernels slaving away at the stove like a pauper..
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    (Original post by TotoMimo)
    jeh_jeh, your pauper foods really aren't that cheap! Are you the Monopoly Man?
    They are, honestly! Some scrotty little shop near my boyfriend sells that popcorn for less than a pound, and often has it on 2 for 1; I stock up on the Chewee bars when they're a pound a box in Tesco (like right now!); Jasmine tea is about the same price as regular tea at the supermarket in Chinatown (probably less if you factor in not having to put milk in it, and it's the same for the noodles (I can buy forty packets for a tenner from Chinatown). I can't remember how much the tortellini is, but it can't be that much - it's Basic. :p:

    And, oh, how I wish I were the Monopoly (Wo)man!
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    (Original post by jeh_jeh)
    They are, honestly! Some scrotty little shop near my boyfriend sells that popcorn for less than a pound, and often has it on 2 for 1; I stock up on the Chewee bars when they're a pound a box in Tesco (like right now!); Jasmine tea is about the same price as regular tea at the supermarket in Chinatown (probably less if you factor in not having to put milk in it, and it's the same for the noodles (I can buy forty packets for a tenner from Chinatown). I can't remember how much the tortellini is, but it can't be that much - it's Basic. :p:

    And, oh, how I wish I were the Monopoly (Wo)man!
    fair play. There are some mean sounding bargains right there. Can we re-name her (sorry for thinking you were a he for some reason!) David Dickinson??
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    Pauper:

    ^The Sainsburys sausage roll

    Prince:

    ^they're expensive ok?!
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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    fair play. There are some mean sounding bargains right there. Can we re-name her (sorry for thinking you were a he for some reason!) David Dickinson??
    Haha, thanks. It's mainly down to the amazing Chinese supermarket, without which I would be seriously deprived of jasmine tea. :love: ...And the dodgy corner shop (pretty sure it's borderline-illegal, but if it gives me my Butterkist fix for pennies then I can't really complain).

    'fraid I'm the most un-perma tanned person you're ever likely to see, but apart from that, yeah, feel free. :p:
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    Snickers pie.



    A celebrity chef's recipe for Snickers Pie has been condemned as one of the unhealthiest ever.Antony Worrall Thompson's creation combines five Snickers bars with mascarpone, eggs, sugar, soft cheese and puff pastry.


    Worrall Thompson's creation is packed with fat
    Each serving contains the equivalent of 22 teaspoons of fat and 11 teaspoons of sugar, the Food Commission said.
    And the independent food watchdog calculates it contains more than 1,250 calories a slice.
    The recipe, which appears on the BBC website, is featured in Food magazine, published by the Food Commission.
    An article alongside it states: "Professional chefs know only too well that customers often put taste before health when ordering dishes in restaurants.
    "Salt, sugar and fats are used in copious quantities to ensure that diners get their taste buds well and truly tickled.
    "We love a decent dessert as much as anyone, but surely this has to be one of the most unhealthy recipes ever published?!"
    The Snickers Pie recipe was included in the chef's Saturday Kitchen BBC television show more than two years ago.
    Responding to the Food magazine article, Mr Worrall Thompson said the dessert had been intended as a special treat for a children's party.
    "Obviously this goes straight on the hips and is not for regular use," he said.
    "We are not encouraging people to do this all the time. My message is don't exclude any food groups. We try to tell everyone to eat in moderation and nothing in excess."


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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    fair play. There are some mean sounding bargains right there. Can we re-name her (sorry for thinking you were a he for some reason!) David Dickinson??
    Fair deal - and I saw the Harvest bars in Poundland for a multipack, so yeah - all hail to her new orange tan, for she is David Dickinson of TSR, and her Pauper Choices are truly cheap as chips!
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    PRINCE



    Got hooked on them when I was little. Regularly buy them online and I believe it's cost me a small fortune!



    The BEST cheese in the universe.

    PAUPER



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    10p at tesco? STEAL!
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    prince: roquefort, blue label,
    pauper: space raiders, those crappy cheese squares they put on burgers
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    (Original post by porn induced coma)
    I LOVE cerelac!!
    I saw it in the shop and got so excited. But when my friend asked me what it was I was like "Well... It's kind of baby food." She gave me the weirdest look.
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    MOREEE! (Essay procrastination... oops)

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    (The amount I drink means it adds up!)



    (Again, I drink it in slightly unhealthy amounts!)



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    That post messed up and I can't work out how to fix it, but it should be the Costa I drink a lot of, not the cheese!
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    double Oreos!!
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    I literally live on humus and pitta bread tbh. That's pretty pauper-like.
 
 
 
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