The Great US vs UK Food Debate

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by supersonic, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. I had some delicious Scottish smoked salmon the other week; a few boiled potatoes, mange tout and peas. Hmmmm, simple and delicious. I didnt take a picture though. A gentleman never photographs his food, Luke.
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  3. Is that a deep fried change purse?
  4. Sick, sick, sick. Dirty thing. I hate it.

    You cannot be an old English roast. I like mine drowned in gravy and with lots of yorkshire puddings:

  5. Here is my local British restaurant. I tried just about everything on the menu except for the mushy peas. It was all bad.

  6. Coal rocks might be a little difficult on the teeth. That roast doesn't look too bad, if you were in line at a homeless shelter.
  7. I can try and cook different country's delicacy dishes, but that still wont taste the same or be authentic comparing to the country who does it best.
  8. That doesn't look like a top class place to me. The US versions of stuff I tried were very different to what I've tried in other countries. You should have come to the UK on your euro trip, you lazy bum.
  9. rofl.. i forgot how hilarious cmdr's war on british food was.

    i have to say it's one of the most memorable things for me in the last few years of pvc
  10. Sounds like you had an authentic British dining experience!
  11. Wait, is the name of the restaurant Fish and Chips?
  12. There used to be a burger restaurant in my area called Burger Burger.
  13. Those British. Great chefs, and clever at naming their restaurants!
  14. Nope. Jimmy C's
  15. Fucking A. That looks like abortion on a plate.

  16. I'd eat it.
  17. I have no idea what that actually is. it looks like crap.
  18. Looks like a steak and kidney pie, mushy peas, mashed potato and maybe meatballs in a tomatoey/beefy sauce? I'd eat it.
  19. There is a possibility I might be snow/iced in for up to 3 days. I just got back from shopping. Went to Giant, Wegmans, and Walmart. I'm fully prepared to binge out.