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  1. SubscriberFMF
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    I do rather have a spot for a bit too much butter on my toast.
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    19 Dec '15 01:13
    Originally posted by FMF
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    I do rather have a spot for a bit too much butter on my toast.
    Absolutely everything I like is fattening. 🙁
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    i will have sex till i'm raw...
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    Pork Crackling
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    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Pork Crackling
    You just beat me to it!!
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    19 Dec '15 01:28
    The fat on fried or roast mutton or lamb.
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    19 Dec '15 01:291 edit
    all of the above.
    [and some of the below]
  8. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    19 Dec '15 01:33
    Potatoes roasted in chicken fat
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    Sherry Trifle with extra sherry and cream
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    19 Dec '15 01:54
    Quite burnt and brittle toast left to cool and upon which the slightly-too-much butter does not melt.
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    19 Dec '15 01:56
    chocolate, preferably melted over truffles...

    and butter, dammit...
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    19 Dec '15 02:17
    I like something called grempil or remukan which is the debris - the words also mean 'crumbs' - left behind when frying fish or chicken (in this case in Padangese cuisine) and it's very, very salty but sprinkled on rice that's soaked in a savoury coconut milk based sauce and topped off with some green chili relish ~ it's delicious whilst not being very healthy - a.k.a. naughty but nice.
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    19 Dec '15 02:38
    Originally posted by FMF
    I like something called grempil or remukan which is the debris - the words also mean 'crumbs' - left behind when frying fish or chicken (in this case in Padangese cuisine) and it's very, very salty but sprinkled on rice that's soaked in a savoury coconut milk based sauce and topped off with some green chili relish ~ it's delicious whilst not being very healthy - a.k.a. naughty but nice.
    like scraping out a hot cast pan, and then the next goes in...
    flavor on top of flavor...
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    19 Dec '15 02:43
    Picking the carcass of a roast chicken clean.
    Gnawing the last morsel off a leg of lamb.

    Why is the meat so sweet near the bone?
  15. SubscriberKewpie
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    The post that was quoted here has been removed
    I put on two kilos and had an attack of gastroenteritis just by reading this post. 😲
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