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Whats you favourite late night snack.

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Just out of curiosity i'm wondering what people here like to eat as late night snacks, or your wierdest food combinations. The stranger the better Read More
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
Just out of curiosity i'm wondering what people here like to eat as late night snacks, or your wierdest food combinations. The stranger the better
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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#1
I like cheese on toast, i have some great dreams!! also like sweet and savory together like crisps with chocolate
1 Like #2
Toast with Primula Cheese Spread for me. :thumbsup:
1 Like #3
Cereals whilst sober. Kebab whilst intoxicated! :-)
#4
suze
Toast with Primula Cheese Spread for me. :thumbsup:


mmm another cheese lover:)
#5
diggergraves
Cereals whilst sober. Kebab whilst intoxicated! :-)

I gotta say when i'm 'merry' i like pizza or garlic sauce on chips lol
1 Like #6
kebab and chips wi kebab sauce over it. Washed down with a nice cold can of Irn Bru

Mmmmmmm
1 Like #7
got to be kebab + chips(ouch) with double chili sauce and no salad(2nd ouch) on the kebab. Am I painting a picture of health here????:-D
1 Like #8
Weirdest one - as a student (about 14 years ago..) we used to enjoy nothing better than pickled onion monster munch with vanilla ice cream... actually quite nice from what I remember!
#9
Mushroom and beetroot sandwiches has to be my strangest non pregnancy food. Crisps with slices of cheese or crunched up crisps mixed with peanuts. Yum Yum
#10
Sheriff Waffles
Weirdest one - as a student (about 14 years ago..) we used to enjoy nothing better than pickled onion monster munch with vanilla ice cream... actually quite nice from what I remember!


ewww....that IS nasty hahaa
#11
pitta bread and houmous definately. Bread toasted just a bit. Or I agree with the crisps and chocolate but they have to be cheese and onion!
#12
bellabonkers
ewww....that IS nasty hahaa


I dare you to try it, or anyone out there reading and let me know what you think!!!:thumbsup:
#13
Either a good old jam sandwich (with lots of butter) or, bread with lots of butter and crushed Cheese 'n' Onion crisps in it. :)
#14
shibi din
Either a good old jam sandwich (with lots of butter) or, bread with lots of butter and crushed Cheese 'n' Onion crisps in it. :)


Crisp butties, yum yum:thumbsup:
#15
spoonfuls of peanut butter on its own when sober.

or when coming home drunk - pork pie with salad cream, and pringles dipped in dairylea, scrumptious!
#16
I like to have a glass of wine and get a piece of ham, spread it with philadelphia cheese, roll it up and cut into little spirals, of course one always leads to another!:roll:
#17
great just read this an now want to go and raid the fridge, cupboards and everything else
#18
I read this an ordered a large pizza to myself :-/ gonna exercise it off after haha
#19
Sainsbury's brand of Angel Delight
#20
hypnoticstate
Sainsbury's brand of Angel Delight


That is the best type of angel delight i know of as well
#21
hypnoticstate
Sainsbury's brand of Angel Delight

Is it better than the 'proper' stuff?
#22
Marmite on toast.
#23
suze
Toast with Primula Cheese Spread for me. :thumbsup:


MMMMM ! Used to love Primula with shrimp or ham , trouble is a tube would go nowhere so don't buy it anymore.

My two favourites
Peanut butter and banana sandwich made with fresh crusty bread or

Slightly stale (2days old) uncut white bread extremely thinly cut and then toasted with fresh butter and strawberry jam. Hot cup of strongish tea.
The most moorish thing I've ever encountered !
#24
hottoshop
MMMMM ! Used to love Primula with shrimp or ham , trouble is a tube would go nowhere so don't buy it anymore.

My two favourites
Peanut butter and banana sandwich made with fresh crusty bread or

Slightly stale (2days old) uncut white bread extremely thinly cut and then toasted with fresh butter and strawberry jam. Hot cup of strongish tea.
The most moorish thing I've ever encountered !


I think you'll find they are not "moorish" at all!!! :whistling: :p

More-ish - definitely!!!! LOL ;-)
#25
shibi din
I think you'll find they are not "moorish" at all!!! :whistling: :p

More-ish - definitely!!!! LOL ;-)


LOL!;-)
#26
shibi din
I think you'll find they are not "moorish" at all!!!

More-ish - definitely!!!! LOL



No no no, I can assure you bread, butter and strawberry jam were the staple diet of the Moors.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moorish_Science_Temple_of_America













lol Did I get away with that ?? I fear not :oops: :oops: :oops:
#27
Toast spread with Lava Bread, sliced tomatoes on top, cover with cheese and grill.
Beautiful.

Picture of Lava bread below for those that have not tried it.

http://i269.photobucket.com/albums/jj52/taasda/images-47.jpg
#28
taasda
Toast spread with Lava Bread, sliced tomatoes on top, cover with cheese and grill.
Beautiful.

Picture of Lava bread below for those that have not tried it.

http://i269.photobucket.com/albums/jj52/taasda/images-47.jpg


One word....................................GROSS !

Three Words.........................DON'T BE FOOLED !
#29
Thought I would use someone else's words to say what lava bread looks like : -

Subject: Re: Lava Bread
Date: Wed, 2 Dec 1998 05:23:55 EST


Dear Lynne and all the others who have expressed an interest of this ancient
celtic delicacy,

Have you never had the joy of seeing the lava bread at the side of the plate
and wonder if it is edible. The excitement of seeing this dollop of {It has
been described as the outpourings from a cow on a high fibre diet :-)} dark
green gelatinous mix beside the egg, bacon and sausage as you come down for
the breakfast after the night before.

It is an acquired taste. :-))

It is a form of seaweed collected in South Wales and washed thoroughly. It is
then boiled in a large vat until it takes on the above consistency. The best
source is one of the stalls in Swansea Market. Once you have it home, coat it
with oatmeal and fry in bacon fat. The first taste is never forgotten. I am
sure the party will enjoy it.
Geoff S.
#30
shibi din
Thought I would use someone else's words to say what lava bread looks like : -

Geoff S.

Ok....anyone got a hot deal on lava bread so we can all try it??? lol
#31
bellabonkers
Ok....anyone got a hot deal on lava bread so we can all try it??? lol


Asda sell Parsons tinned Lava bread. Rolled back to a pound from £1.68. Not, I am afraid, as good as fresh but acceptable.
Didn't think it was worth posting in Deals.:whistling:
#32
hottoshop
One word....................................GROSS !

Three Words.........................DON'T BE FOOLED !


Thanks Tony - you just won me a tenner.:-D Close thing though.
#33
taasda
Thanks Tony - you just won me a tenner.:-D Close thing though.

Listen, I'm just trying to save these poor people ! The only good thing about Lava Bread are the Swansea girls selling it down the Market on a Saturday morning ;-)

Now be honest, would anyone normal eat this ? :p

http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f160/ordinaryphotos/hukdshowphoto/laverbreadtaasda.jpg
banned#34
OMG what the hell is that, and i dont mean the sausage and bacon, it looks disgusting
#35
sassie
OMG what the hell is that, and i dont mean the sausage and bacon, it looks disgusting


LOL ! Another one saved !

It's a Welsh delicacy Sassie, Lava (Laver) Bread !

Laverbread (Welsh: Bara Lawr)
Laverbread is one of the most common foods to be associated with Wales. Laverbread is made from seaweed, which is boiled for several hours. It is them mixed with Oatmeal and fried. Traditionally it is eaten with cockels and bacon. Swansea has a large indoor market selling Laverbread and Cockels from the nearby Gower Pennisula - a famous coastal area which was the first area in Britain to be declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
#36
i love the classic cheddar cheese grilled on toast simply delicious. oh yer peanuty butter and jam is very nice if you havent tried it.
#37
bellabonkers
mmm another cheese lover:)


is that the same cheese for remembering where someone dug a hole and buried a wallet containing £5k in a drunken state and forgot where exactly when he woke up??

C-H-E-E-S-E :w00t:
#38
Got some pizza knocking about at the end of the bed, that I couldn't get round to eating earlier... will make for a fine snack in a bit... with my half drunk bottle of Fanta Cam... (Fake foreign fanta).
#39
Toast :)
#40
Pizza Toast.

Lightly toast a slice of bread, spread a layer of tomato puree on it, add some mozzarella (I also add some frozen peppers), grill for 5 minutes, and you have a (sort of) pizza. Tastes quite a lot like Findus' French Bread Pizzas if you've ever had those.

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