One from north of the border to start:
Telling eel pies?
Apparently the Queen is a fan: Canada saves eel pie tradition for Diamond Jubilee.
I had some at a school thing when the kid was younger. One of the teachers is a Brit and that was what he brought covered in treacle. Sweet gooey and tasty. Pity about the name though.
Things have improved though. When I was a child even quite posh British people would insist that this was actual spaghetti.
Now, do they put Marmite on it first?
That might actually make spaghetti hoops on toast vaguely interesting in taste.
I think I’ve got a tin at the back of the cupboard. Tempted to try it.
I’d agree and I really don’t like Marmite.
Please do. I’m sure we’d all enjoy a full and reasoned review…
(She mentions marmite…)
Did you buy these in Scarfolk?
@L0ki i I dare you.
I would try that. Mind you Chef Boyardee ravioli is one thing from childhood that I still like. It is a regular work lunch staple for me when they are on sale for $1/can and I have found at least the Safeway store brand to be just as tasty and much cheaper.
The weird bit being that I usually eat them straight from the tin. Unheated. Don’t judge me.