tonyrobinson
3 years ago
2 years ago
2
Would it be a fancy dish in an expensive restaurant or a regular homemade one?
Emmanouil
9 years ago
6 months ago
9
Homemade by far from me. I really enjoy more regular homemade dishes.
VP.
13 years ago
2 weeks ago
25,271

Probably a king prawn Madras from my local Indian restaurant or a homemade Sunday Roast.

Grimnir
16 years ago
1 week ago
2,727

Went to Italy on holiday 15 years ago. We stayed in Fiuggi and it was on a trip to either Rome, the Vatican or Pompeii where we stopped off for a stretch of the legs and a bite to eat and there was this little Italian pizza slice shop run by an old lady. Square pizzas, like calzone, had a spinach & ricotta one myself and it was the best one I have ever had. One of those things I know will never be matched and I could probably never find again! 

 

Home made dishes? I probably couldn't sound more Northern but my mam's corned beef hash or her “Yorkshire slop” version of Bubble & Squeak! 

kingrobbo
14 years ago
2 hours ago
11,339
By Grimnir 25 October 2021 - 22:29 PM UTC 

Went to Italy on holiday 15 years ago. We stayed in Fiuggi and it was on a trip to either Rome, the Vatican or Pompeii where we stopped off for a stretch of the legs and a bite to eat and there was this little Italian pizza slice shop run by an old lady. Square pizzas, like calzone, had a spinach & ricotta one myself and it was the best one I have ever had. One of those things I know will never be matched and I could probably never find again! 

 

Home made dishes? I probably couldn't sound more Northern but my mam's corned beef hash or her “Yorkshire slop” version of Bubble & Squeak! 

now your talking

 

bloody lovely😀

CoffeeKittyGrey
18 years ago
3 days ago
141
Premium

Home made. Always. I've never been satisfied in a restaurant, they never quite hit the spot.

 

I've eaten home made dishes across Scandinavia, Germany, Poland, Iraq, and Jordan and can't get enough of other countries home cooking and baking traditions.

krashd
14 years ago
1 month ago
15

It had flowers on it and a light blue rim.  Apparently it was microwave friendly.

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