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    I'm wondering what is the best food you have ever had and the worst.

    My best is Dominoes pizza ...

    Worst is snail .... School trip to France. Slimey like snot wasn't nice
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    Best: blueberry pancakes with maple syrup that I made.
    Worst: some chicken that I cooked in a pot of boiling water, truly disgusting.
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    Best: A really amazing gammon and chips with pepper sauce :suith:
    Worst: When it was pork day in primary school for school dinners :erm: hideous...
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    Best - sirloin steaks medium cooked smothered with garlic butter
    Worst - tea and cucumbers

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    Best - My mummy's chicken drumsticks, her chicken wings and her spare rips :drool:

    Worst - Anything that is not chicken or spare ribs :yucky:
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    Best: roo steaks
    Worst: pasta
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    Best - rare fillet steak with steak cut chips and peppercorn sauce

    Worst - cherry tomatoes.
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    The worst was probably some sort of fish jelly cubes when i was young, totally unexpected and really salty/fish but I'd probably like it now.

    The best has almost always been some sort of pink beef or lamb, the best being a piece of Lamb from my Grandma's plate at Windows in London when I was about 7.
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    Best has got to be steak with either mash, gravy & broccoli or steak (rare) with chunky chips, mushroom/tomato & maybe a little bit of peppercorn sauce
    Worst is probably either any shrimps/prawns/seafoody stuff or a Thai curry I got in Thailand where I thought it'd be like a korma cos it had coconut milk in it, so I asked for it without and basically a bowl of ridiculously spicy water swimming with chicken came out to me. Put me off Thai curry forever
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    It's too hard for me to choose the best, but the worst is a tie between an extremely stale teddy graham, every jalapeño and banana pepper I've ever eaten, and this atrocity:
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    (Original post by may348)
    It's too hard for me to choose the best, but the worst is a tie between an extremely stale teddy graham, every jalapeño and banana pepper I've ever eaten, and this atrocity:
    I've never liked the look of them drinks 😷


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    Best: crepe spanish omelette type thing in France.

    Worst: Any curry lol

    (Original post by lamyers1)
    Best - rare fillet steak with steak cut chips and peppercorn sauce
    (Original post by lamyers1)

    Worst - cherry tomatoes.


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    (Original post by patsyjenx)
    I've never liked the look of them drinks


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    I mean, the fruity ones are pretty good (though not nearly as healthy as they're advertised). But oh god that Kale one is so gross.
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    Worst is curry. Cheap meat disguised with sauce. Doesnt fill you up and provides terrible nutrition.

    Best is Steak Frites from one of the French joints in South Ken. Quality food.
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    (Original post by may348)
    I mean, the fruity ones are pretty good (though not nearly as healthy as they're advertised). But oh god that Kale one is so gross.
    Just looking at that would be enough to make me steer well clear from any of them haha they just look so wrong


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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Worst is curry. Cheap meat disguised with sauce. Doesnt fill you up and provides terrible nutrition.

    Best is Steak Frites from one of the French joints in South Ken. Quality food.
    Am I going mad or did you definitely say something different before?


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    (Original post by patsyjenx)
    Am I going mad or did you definitely say something different before?


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    I did. Went for fish fingers, and high class kebabs respectively. Decided that nobody really eats fish fingers anyway and that even expensive kebabs can be hit and miss

    Know what youre getting with steak, top quality.
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    (Original post by patsyjenx)
    Just looking at that would be enough to make me steer well clear from any of them haha they just look so wrong


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    I just don't like how they market themselves as healthy when they're full of sugar and some flavors are literally 500 calories per bottle. :eek:
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    I did. Went for fish fingers, and high class kebabs respectively. Decided that nobody really eats fish fingers anyway and that even expensive kebabs can be hit and miss

    Know what youre getting with steak, top quality.
    Haha I was like am I going mad...

    And steak is always a winner in my eyes 😍


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    (Original post by may348)
    I just don't like how they market themselves as healthy when they're full of sugar and some flavors are literally 500 calories per bottle. :eek:
    Hahaha plus they look like .. God knows what in a bottle, hardly appealing! When I fancy a healthy drink I'll just stick to water


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