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What is your favourite food and why?

Like cheese and onion crisps and vanilla ice cream.

I like the texture and crunch of the crisp and the cheese and onion smell. I like vanilla ice cream because it is smooth and creamy.
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KFC - it's exquisite in texture, taste and calories.
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Mezes are absolutely gorgeous :love:
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YOGHURT. :bubbles: Its just really great. ^-^ I adore every single aspect.

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Peanut Butter- Has the right balance of sweet and saltiness. Also, you can eat it off anything.
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(Original post by Anon_98)
YOGHURT. :bubbles: Its just really great. ^-^ I adore every single aspect.

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*sigh*
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a well cooked steak it has an irreplaceable texture and if you are wise you can buy cheaper cut like minute or flatiron steak at about £2-3 a piece compared to £5 for rump £7 for sirloin and £15 for fillet and t-bone
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Cheesecake Image
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Chippy - fish, chips and curry sauce or balti pie, chips and curry sauce
Roast chicken (with butter, garlic, herbs and lemon juice)
Vindaloo
Tacos made with chicken instead of beef
Hot sauce (I will eat this with anything)
Cottage pie with ale
Spanish omelette
Fried chicken (homemade)
Huevos Rancheros
Worcestershire Sauce
Pita bread and taramasalata
Most oily fish (mackerel, sardines, salmon etc)
English breakfast - two fried eggs w/ pepper, black pudding x2, bacon x4, Cumberland sausage x4, toast x2, hash browns x4
Jerk chicken
Pork belly
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Rare steak, medium rare hamburgers, any kind of roast or fried chicken, a whole orgy of different pig products, English or French cheese, good bread and butter, battered white fish, smoked salmon, twice cooked chips, pizza with plenty of mozzarella and basil, garlic mushrooms, fried bread.

All good healthy stuff.
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(Original post by cole-slaw)
Rare steak, medium rare hamburgers, any kind of roast or fried chicken, a whole orgy of different pig products, English or French cheese, good bread and butter, battered white fish, smoked salmon, twice cooked chips, pizza with plenty of mozzarella and basil, garlic mushrooms, fried bread.

All good healthy stuff.
Totally forgot about that. Stilton, Shropshire Blue, Red Leicester are all excellent. I had some smoked German cheese with chillies in it recently which was amazing, and some Spanish stuff I've forgot the name of but was very soft. Can happily eat a whole block of Stilton by itself.
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Carbonara from vapiano :coma:
Need to pefect my carbonara
It always tastes nasty
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Macaroni and cheese pie with a side meat (fried fish, grilled chicken, or roasted pork), and a thick savoury sauce like bbq or curry. That being said I'm depressed. I currently have none of these things.
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(Original post by Wilfred Little)
Totally forgot about that. Stilton, Shropshire Blue, Red Leicester are all excellent. I had some smoked German cheese with chillies in it recently which was amazing, and some Spanish stuff I've forgot the name of but was very soft. Can happily eat a whole block of Stilton by itself.
I like English cheese, but French is even better. have you tried Chaource?
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I like English cheese, but French is even better. have you tried Chaource?
No never, I'll see if they have it in the supermarket, I haven't tried much French food in general, though my aunt's ex is French and he brought over some frog's legs which were superb.

This stuff is meant to be good - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caerphilly_cheese
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a block of cheddar cheese dipped in bbq sauce
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I love avocado, simply because it has a unique taste and it's good for you in moderation.

I like olives also

Pineapple juice/pineapple

Strawberries

Anything hot
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i love jelly any flavour but i also like to eat orange and tomatoes

why beacuse they are tasty and oranges have vitamins that make you more awake and aware when you eat them
also tomatoes because the help prevent spots i've heard !
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Spicy grilled fish on Garlic naan with salad and Chili Sauce
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Chicken and Fish
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