Well the proof is in the pudding, or something nasty
'After the game, the king and the pawn go into the same box'
The green stuff is called 'liquor' and I believe the green colour colour comes in part from parsley. Also the juice from the eels might be in there somewhere. And yes, it's pretty good stuff! (Heavy though is pie and mash.)
Mind you - it may well be mushy peas. Doubtful, but possible.
Last edited by Anna Key; 28th May 2009 at 08:25. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
Its a pie floater, meat pie, pea soup and tomato ketchup on top
Clark's pie and a pint of dark please barman
grilled maleng pong does it for me.
goes great with a beer:
-korean galbi on the grill
-anything freshly grilled for that matter
...for thai food, anything spicy will work. somtam, gai yang, lap moo or lap gai, tom yam...
Just thinking about it now, what really goes great with beer is, beer!
Am I being taken for a ride here?
That was interesting from ColonelCurtz77 though; the pie floater. (Note to Kettel: a completely different animal from Pie and Mash). A variation on this woefully neglected dish that hadn't occurred to me - pea soup. My version used oxtail soup mostly, probably 'cos it was always my favourite until all the cows went mad for a while and it went out of fashion.
Pie thread pending
buffalo wings with blue cheese dressing
Some nice natchos topped with guacamole, one of the few green mushy things I can eat.
Some nice lightly battered calamari.
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