Food & Drink1 min ago
No best answer has yet been selected by Vagus. Once a best answer has been selected, it will be shown here.For more on marking an answer as the "Best Answer", please visit our FAQ.
Pasta, one of the links to those black puds you mention says cook it, the other link doesn't. As with everything, we do what is right for ourselves. I could no more eat cold black pud, in a salad, sandwich, or straight from the fridge, than I could fly!
We thoroughly enjoyed our meal last night, turns out the bag of hash browns were cauliflower ones, and very tasty they were too. It all made a nice change, and it's been interesting to see how other people eat their black pud too.
Lovely :) Nice to see they did these mad things over a century ago.
Captain, I was thinking about baked potatoes the other day (when did they start calling them jackets?). In the late 80s in to the 90s baked potatoes became extremely popular as a healthy meal, if you recall, shops such as SpudULike popped up everywhere.
Baked potatoes are healthy but not the ones I saw people eating at work. There was a 'baked potato man' opposite. Nearly as big as your head, smothered in butter and lots of salt, then topped with a mountain of chilli con carne and a pile of cheese. Or baked beans.
We eat a lot of baked potatoes and I must confess to too much salt but the rest is healthy, no butter or cheese for me.