tonyrobinson
1 year ago
1 year ago
2
Would it be a fancy dish in an expensive restaurant or a regular homemade one?
Emmanouil
8 years ago
1 year ago
9
Homemade by far from me. I really enjoy more regular homemade dishes.
VP.
12 years ago
1 week ago
25,266

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

Grimnir
14 years ago
1 month ago
2,726

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
13 years ago
5 minutes ago
10,842
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😀

CoffeeFueledCurmudgeon
16 years ago
1 day ago
120
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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.

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