food

  1. IaninSheffield

    3-Ingredient Banana Oatmeal ... cookies?

    Dropped on this recipe the other day and was struck by how good a source of energy they might be for a quick cycling snack: View: https://youtu.be/3rQ-LrmzG3w But don't think 'cookie' as in crumbly or biscuity. These are more akin to those chewy, fruity bars ... but with oats. Really easy to...
  2. PeteXXX

    Food miles

    How far he's your food travelled? I've just eaten the last of my pack of dates. They were grown in Chile, packed in Turkey and sold in Northampton UK. That's an (approximate) minimum distance of 10,000 air miles, an unknown number of road miles, plus a 3 mile walk to the Favel Tesco, and back.
  3. BurningLegs

    App for keeping a food journal

    Can anyone suggest a good app for keeping a food journal on iOS? I'd really like to be able to log a weight/quantity of each ingredient and have it add the totals up for me. e.g 40g of oats, 15g sultanas, 1 slice of brown bread, etc I'd also like to be able to see how many Kcals and nutrients...
  4. Nick Saddlesore

    England : London Sunday London Ride for Food June 30th - Essex POSTPONED

    A relaxed Ride for Food through some pretty villages to the best cafe in Essex (unlicenced, BYO). 70km, one bit of gravel, one short hill. Return options are 16k to Sawbridgeworth or 35k to Shenfield. Meet at Hyde Park Corner (by the Royal Artillery Memorial) at 9.30am, leaving as soon as the...
  5. I

    Century on Saturday - and food

    Afternoon all:okay: I`m heading out on Saturday for a century (imperial), first one in a few years which I`m sure is going to bloody hurt! Whenever I`ve done rides of this distance in the past I`ve always taken the usual food with me - flapjacks, fig rolls, sweets etc etc etc, not a problem...
  6. rb58

    England : London Sunday London Ride: Ghost Signs Chapter 2: 5 May CANCELLED

    This is a follow on to the ghost sign tour we did in 2015 which mainly toured some of the better ghost signs south of the river. This time, we head north - scary for some, comforting like a well worn saddle for others. But well worth it for some excellent pieces of history. Subject to final...
  7. tom73

    Co-op Group launches online food delivery service using e-bikes

    https://www.thenews.coop/137548/sector/retail/co-op-group-launches-online-food-delivery-service/ Another co-op 1st only a small roll out at the beginning. But worth a try only time will tell worth a try if nothing else.
  8. johnnyb47

    Weird food tastes.

    Hi. Weird food tastes must afflict us all :-) :-). Some of mine may seem weird to some ,but not to other ,so here goes. My favourites are Digestive biscuits with Stilton Cheese, Branston pickle on toast , and marmite in a jacket potatoes.. Do you have any strange food combos you can unashamedly...
  9. Pro Tour Punditry

    Changing tastes in food

    I remember years ago hearing that your tastes change and that food you dislike can become something you like. I'd always thought that was a right load of old bollox, but realised tonight that I was eating food I would not have not too many years ago. That is all.
  10. Richard A Thackeray

    Food In York

    Open Question #1 Does anyone know of a good Indian restaurant, reasonably near to 'The Barbican', in York? Thanks in advance
  11. Nick Saddlesore

    England : London Sunday London Ride for Food: 18 November

    Social pace, a bit faster than the themed rides. Out through suburban greenery to St Albans, then round to lunch at Potters Bar. About 40 miles, couple of spikes but otherwise rolling, with some gentle greenway. Meet at Hyde Park Corner (by the Royal Artillery Memorial) at 9.30am, leaving as...
  12. GmanUK65

    Camping food recipes

    I don't know if this has been done before or in the correct forum but here goes. There is no doubt that when touring there is bound to be a time that I would have no option but to wild camp. I wouldn't really want to build a campfire but I would have to eat so a camping stove would be a better...
  13. rb58

    England : London Sunday London Ride for Food: 7 October

    Faster paced than the themed Sunday London Rides, with Rochester as our destination. That would make it a ride of around 40 miles. Leave HPC at 09.45am as normal, aiming to arrive between 1 and 1.30pm. Some could ride back, some could get the train. Hands up if you're interested. Biblical...
  14. P

    Pseud Food

    I'll start the bidding with today's lunchtime delight at the City Barge @Strand on the Green, nr Kew. I give you the Crabacado Burger! Brioche bun with whole softshell crab, sliced avocado, lettuce and fishy mayo.
  15. biggs682

    Food weaknesses

    I could quite happily eat a whole 500gr packet of raisins at any one time Does anybody else have these food related weaknesses ?
  16. dantheman

    Dehydrating food?

    So some people like gels when riding, some like flapjacks, some just stop and buy a sandwich etc... Does anybody dehydrate food? I have a cheap little food dehydrator I use mainly (rarely) to make beef Jerky (as the shop bought stuff is so expensive and tastes crap tbh) - and I find...
  17. Nick Saddlesore

    England : London Sunday London Ride for Food + TofB- September 9th

    Ross is unavailable, so I'm offering a jaunt North - Along the wonderful/hated Enfield cycleway and the Lee Valley to late breakfast by the river in Broxbourne (35k). Loop round the Lee Valley Park, then back along the towpath to Stratford for liquid refreshment (70k). EDIT: And then on to watch...
  18. rb58

    England : London Sunday London Ride for Food - 5 August

    We used to do these slightly longer rides for food. I thought it might be nice to resurrect them. So, anyone interested in doing something on Sunday 3rd August? My proposal would be to take a scenic route down to the Olympic Mountain Bike venue at Hadleigh in Essex, which has a cafe and plenty...
  19. rb58

    England : London Sunday London Ride For Food POSTPONED

    We used to do these slightly longer rides for food. I thought it might be nice to resurrect them. So, anyone interested in doing something on Sunday 15th July? My proposal would be to take a scenic route down to the Olympic Mountain Bike venue at Hadleigh in Essex, which has a cafe and...
  20. P

    Food Porn - only things you have cooked yourself!

    Smashed avocado on sourdough (Booths' 1946), 64deg sous vide egg and crispy bacon. Prepared for 9 on Uni reunion weekend.
  21. gaijintendo

    Food and Drink Pairings

    @Tenacious Sloth mentioned onver in mundane about "Chinon Blanc and Cadbury’s Whole Nut chocolate" being a good pairing. It got me thinking about my discovery of White Toffee Bonbons and Budweiser Budvar, but probably other similar Bavarian beers. In Russia, whilst hitchhiking, the children of...
  22. grellboy

    Stuffing face now, 70 mile ride tomorrow. Food?

    Soon to be reaping rewards for romantic Strava Art (see earlier post) and by end of night will probably gave eaten two lots of camembert, steak etc and some sort of chocolate desert, washed down with two bottles of wine. So in the morning, would you just do the normal thing - porridge rtf and...
  23. C

    Food again -Who's made...

    .......those falaffle felaffel, faffle chick pea burgers? I had a go last night with some chickpeas I soaked overnight but my mix came out a bit dry and the darn things wouldn't form very easily. Plus the quantities of spices in the recipe didn't seem quite right. This was the one I used...
  24. blazed

    Pics of your unique food creations

    I like creating food almost as much as eating it. Here are some of my classics. Bagel, egg and pot noodle. Yorkshire and gravy spaghetti. Big mac combined with chicken selects. I called it 'Big mac Selecta' Yorkshires filled with mayonaise and stuffed with egg. A simple hash brown...
  25. Tanis8472

    Children and where food comes from

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-22730613 Dear lord, how is that possible?
  26. biggs682

    Disappointed food after build up

    The description for this Banana yogurt with milk chocolate and white chocolate coated cereal eggs was good enough reason for me to select it over other yogurts when shopping yesterday. But the disappointment upon trying it was massive. Then we had a discussion about what banana had to do with...
  27. HF2300

    Food -Cheap - East London!

    Anyone any recommendations for a decent, sensibly priced place for an early evening meal in the Tower Hill / Wilton's / Whitechapel area?
  28. nickyboy

    The Fast Food Appreciation Thread

    There, I said it. I like fast food. Well, actually I prefer slow food cooked for me in a nice restaurant but, in the right circumstances, fast food is great So for all the grumpy old farts in CC who wouldn't touch a Greggs pasty with a bargepole, this thread is to help you to come to appreciate...
  29. mick160

    Fueling your ride.

    Hi all, Just wondering how people fuel their rides before they go out. Went out last night straight after work, and since I am trying to lose a bit of weight I didn't eat anything before I went. The result was I felt awful all the way and had no energy. :-( If I go out later in the evening...
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