Friday 6 November 2015

Steve's pink balls steal the show

Fun fact:  If you say you don't like something CW has made, he'll declare "THERE'S NO ACCOUNTING FOR TASTE" and then he'll rant for a while about your poor upbringing.   His blue cheese on steak was repulsive - to me at least - so I guess my parents were horrible.

Meanwhile Mathieu (the new guy) impressed us once again with his baked egg-omelette thing loaded with bacon.  It was really good.

The other new guy - Greg - arrived late, with a salad which he did not share.

Steve decided to mix a white and a red sauce for his balls - turned them pink.  They were good, but sort of off-putting.

Someone (Jesus?) brought a layered dip and some corn chips - that was popular.

Some nice (cheeseless) beef options, including some left over roast beef from Tom.

JH's grilled naan and halloum was well received as always.

Someone brought apple pie.  Pie is a very difficult thing at Meat Thursday... no plates or forks are available.  The pie looked good, but I didn't have any.

Vaz brought his mom's pork thing with a white sauce of some kind.  People seemed to like it.  I meant to try it but I got full.  Mostly I was eating cubes of cheddar that I assume Dan brought.

That's all.

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