Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by User, 13 Jun 2008.
Depends what it is. A roast I eat like normal peeps, but a rice or pasta dish gets all stirred up and slurped off the fork. Usually have to change me shirt afterwards!
I just eat it. Why think about it, shove it on the fork and i eat it.
I will eat most things by hand though, forks can sometims get in the way of some food, like chips and roast chicken and stuff. Anything like mashed potatoe goes on the fork first.
My Dad always saves the best bit of meat for his last mouthful, just imagine how he used to laugh when we'd nick it off him
I eat what I don't like first and then it's a free for all.
Why do you eat things you don't like? I don't eat anything I even like but aren't even that keen on - I even go so far as draining the white off eggs before poaching them. There's very little point in egg white though, it's mainly just embryonic fluid and doesn't contain any of the healthiness of an egg (protein) or niceness.
Eat with a chopstick, the food tastes better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
but there's plenty of things that provide all the nutrition you need that ARE nice.
Absolutely... much better. It's like monosodium glutamate magic wands.
Eating with one chopstick would be pretty difficult, I reckon.
Veg first then the meat potatoes last. Curry is meat first then rice. Don't like pasta.
I nearly always do.
Erm, AFAIK for your bog standard egg there is slightly more protein in an egg white than in the yolk. Unless it's like one of the free range eggs I recently bought from a farm. Partially developed embryo in the yolk
Politeness. If someone has cooked something that is not to my taste I tend try not to spit it out.
...and soup can be a bit of a bugger....
Personally, I'll select a bit of veg, some potato and whatever meat is on the plate, on each fork full, thereby eating the meal as a whole. My nephew (who is slightly odd) will eat all the potato, then all the veg, then all the meat.
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