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    Not sure these are the worst but personal favourites are :Pot/super noodle on a pie. Branston pickle roll. Primula cheese and chive spread on just about anything.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    On a similar note, Johnny's Pickled Onion Rings, 25p bags of deliciousness!
    The large bags of these for £1 from the store are addictive.

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    On the subject of ring shaped crisps.

    Spicy Rings. Proper amount of flavouring on them, makes your face screw up for the first couple of mouthfuls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by O'Rourke3 View Post
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    Not sure these are the worst but personal favourites are :Pot/super noodle on a pie. Branston pickle roll. Primula cheese and chive spread on just about anything.
    Pot Noodle on a pie could be a contender for best one so far - what kind of pie are we talking here?
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    I put chicken super noodles in a toastie with some cheese yesterday, would recommend.

    I usually put them in a wrap with cheese & reggae reggae sauce, roll it up and seal it in a frying pan which is much better but we had run out of the sauce & wraps so had to improvise.
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    Not the worst but I love a steak and haggis pie, Chippy sauce on top then add the beans and loads of dried Italian cheese on top of the beans. I always have two at a time.

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    Two bits of pitta bread used like slices of normal bread, ham and cheese in the middle then microwave it for about 20 seconds to soften the pitta bread and slightly melt the cheese

    Or

    Cheese, ham and tomato sauce in a wrap folded into a square and also microwaved for about 20 seconds

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    Toast one side of a few slices of bread

    Turn over and spread out tomato sauce

    Add some branston pickle or similar (I use the stuff in a squeezey bottle

    Sprinkle some cheese over it

    Add some cropped ham , chorizo, pepperoni or whatever you have in the fridge*

    Add some more cheese

    Fire in the oven for a bit

    = pauper pizza

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    BBQ hula hoops with a packet of M&Ms poured into the packet.
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    BBQ hula hoops with a packet of M&Ms poured into the packet.
    I've taken to getting lentil soup for my lunch from the shop around the corner from my work and dropping BBQ hula hoops into it.

    Perfect texture and flavour for it.

    I won't be in a rush to add M&M's to the mix though.

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    Kraft cheesy pasta

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    Chopped ham and pork with cheesey coleslaw on a roll.

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    Kraft cheesy pasta
    My daughter loves that, if I’m making it for her I’ll always keep a wee bit back for myself!
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    Mashed up egg in a cup.
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    Chips and Hot and Sour soup from the Chinese. Pour the lot into one big bowl. Yum.

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    A portion of donner meat, chips and mayonnaise.

    Someone introduced me to it when I was utterly ******ed once as a student, and it's still my go-to when I've had one too many

    Gourmet or healthy it definitely is not!

    A sandwich made with plain bread, smoked ham and McCoy's salt and vinegar crisps - the absolute bollocks
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    Mcdonalds chips & a mcflurry.

    Just dunk those chips into the ice cream

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    Haggis,cheese,jalapeños,sweet chilli sauce on a wrap and slightly grilled…..the sweatier the better for the haggis

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    Mashed up egg in a cup.
    One of my grannies specials. Her sight was terrible so she always heavily salted them and put in a cholesterol worrying amount of butter, but they were heavenly.

    That and her cheesy pasta was the bollocks. Bacon, broccoli, onion and tatties with about a kilo of cheese.
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    One of my grannies specials. Her sight was terrible so she always heavily salted them and put in a cholesterol worrying amount of salt, but they were heavenly.

    That and her cheesy pasta was the bollocks. Bacon, broccoli, onion and tatties with about a kilo of cheese.
    My granny used to make egg in a cup too. Only place I ever remember getting it.

    I think she genuinely thought it could cure anything. A day off school sick, taken to my grannies to stay and it was 'egg in a cup for breakfast and chicken soup for lunch and you'll be fine'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willis1875 View Post
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    Haggis,cheese,jalapeños,sweet chilli sauce on a wrap and slightly grilled…..the sweatier the better for the haggis
    That sounds quite decent to be fair

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    Kraft cheesy pasta
    On a buttered piece

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    Mashed up egg in a cup.
    With or without butter. Great to eat after you’ve been unwell and lost your appetite

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    I've taken to getting lentil soup for my lunch from the shop around the corner from my work and dropping BBQ hula hoops into it.

    Perfect texture and flavour for it.

    I won't be in a rush to add M&M's to the mix though.
    Crisps in soup in general is class. Just chuck a bag of salt and vinegar into some heinz tomatae for example, and enjoy that lasagna texture and very agreeable taste!

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    Tripe, simply makes me gag even at the thought of it 🤮 a staple diet in my Nanas house and I remember my Dad eating it in huge amounts very regularly 🤮

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    One of my grannies specials. Her sight was terrible so she always heavily salted them and put in a cholesterol worrying amount of salt
    My main worry is that she's been lying to you about where cholesterol comes from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Choles...ietary_sources
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridge hibs View Post
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    Tripe, simply makes me gag even at the thought of it 🤮 a staple diet in my Nanas house and I remember my Dad eating it in huge amounts very regularly 🤮
    Surely this is for the worst worst scran thread, not the best worst scran thread?
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    I made a branston pickle and cheese crumpet loaf thing the other day,

    Crumpet
    Branston pickle
    Cheese
    Crumpet
    Branston pickle
    Cheese
    Crumpet
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    Stick it in a baking tin, sprinkle grated cheese on top and then whack it in the oven. Ooft.

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    French toast with sugar, sounds horrendous but I love it.
    Another favourite of mine is spam fritters can’t remember last time I had some.
    +1 for eggs in a cup with butter and pepper.

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    French toast with sugar, sounds horrendous but I love it.
    Another favourite of mine is spam fritters can’t remember last time I had some.
    +1 for eggs in a cup with butter and pepper.
    Not as horrendous as you think. A lot of places in the world have French toast as a sweet dessert with ice cream and berries etc. Not like the savoury option we usually go for here.

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