The Last Thing You Ate Or Drank? (And Food Discussion)

#1 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

Here you can post something you have found especially nomable and discuss food and drink with other enthusiasts.

I had Duck and Plum sauce tonight followed by some chocolate milkshake and a Blueberry muffin.

I have always wanted to try a Shamrock Shake, are they good?

#2 Posted by n33d2skate (5069 posts) -
Just drank some water and ate an apple. HEALTHY FOODS RULE!
#3 Posted by Aux99 (1689 posts) -
Cocoa pebbles
#4 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

Last thing I ate (and still working on) is a packet of red rock deli sweet chilli and sour cream chips. And the last thing I drank was a can of rum and cola.

#6 Posted by kierwinyoung (3147 posts) -
I ate pumpkin and drank nothing.
#7 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -
Cheese on toast lol
#8 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

Irn Bru. I seem to be the only person who thinks it tastes like bubblegum.

#9 Posted by Bzilla56 (7091 posts) -

I drank Applejuice, therefore, I win.

/thread

#10 Posted by notsoawesome (629 posts) -

Some oatmeal and milk.

#11 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

I drank Applejuice, therefore, I win.

/thread

Bzilla56

Nonono... I had a some if this on the weekend. Therefore, I win :P

#12 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

[QUOTE="Bzilla56"]

I drank Applejuice, therefore, I win.

/thread

Celldrax

Nonono... I had a some if this on the weekend. Therefore, I win :P

Cider from cider country :)

#13 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

Cider from cider country :)

AveryMarx

Is that so :3

I honestly haven't tried much cider though. My sister bought a whole case of it for the weekend (it was basically what I posted), so that was probably my first time having some. And it pretty much tasted (at least for the alcoholic kind) how I expected. Not bad :) I'm certainly keen to try more of it.

#14 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

[QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

Cider from cider country :)

Celldrax

Is that so :3

I honestly haven't tried much cider though. My sister bought a whole case of it for the weekend (it was basically what I posted), so that was probably my first time having some. And it pretty much tasted (at least for the alcoholic kind) how I expected. Not bad :) I'm certainly keen to try more of it.

Not sure if you get it over there but try Kopparberg. Swedish stuff is sweet and good.

#15 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

Not sure if you get it over there but try Kopparberg. Swedish stuff is sweet and good.

AveryMarx

Well, we have one particularly big franchise of bottles shops here, so I'll have to have a look around one day and see what I can find :)

Anyway, last thing I had was a microwaved pie and a coffee...

Sue me, it's late :P

#16 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

[QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

Not sure if you get it over there but try Kopparberg. Swedish stuff is sweet and good.

Celldrax

Well, we have one particularly big franchise of bottles shops here, so I'll have to have a look around one day and see what I can find :)

Anyway, last thing I had was a microwaved pie and a coffee...

Sue me, it's late :P

I live off of microwave meals and take out at college :P

#17 Posted by n33d2skate (5069 posts) -
Steak
#18 Posted by meetroid8 (21140 posts) -
Some roasted peanuts, and water. Pretty meh.
#19 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -
Some roasted peanuts, and water. Pretty meh.meetroid8
Cashews > Peanuts
#20 Posted by Rikusaki (16365 posts) -
Chicken and rice.
#21 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

[QUOTE="meetroid8"]Some roasted peanuts, and water. Pretty meh.Overlord93
Cashews > Peanuts

Worcestershire cashews>>>>cashews.

I love me be a bit of worcestershire :3

#22 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

Eating some beef jerky. I can't say I'm really a fan is this brand so far. I prefer a somewhat more chewy and.....not so sweet tasting kind.

#23 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

Had a really good microwave Roast Beef and Veg with a Yorkshire Pudding meal. More would of been good though.

#24 Posted by CHOASXIII (14648 posts) -
I ate a generic Poptart....they aren't too good.
#25 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

I ate a generic Poptart....they aren't too good.CHOASXIII

Next time I'm in a big super market I'll buy some. The tiny shops near me dont have them :( Then again they dont have a lot of stuff.

#26 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

[QUOTE="CHOASXIII"]I ate a generic Poptart....they aren't too good.AveryMarx

Next time I'm in a big super market I'll buy some. The tiny shops near me dont have them :( Then again they dont have a lot of stuff.

They don't sell poptarts in Australia anymore, as far as I know.

What kind of madness demands that we order online for a pack of poptarts!? :x

#27 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

[QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

[QUOTE="CHOASXIII"]I ate a generic Poptart....they aren't too good.Celldrax

Next time I'm in a big super market I'll buy some. The tiny shops near me dont have them :( Then again they dont have a lot of stuff.

They don't sell poptarts in Australia anymore, as far as I know.

What kind of madness demands that we order online for a pack of poptarts!? :x

We have to go to France in order to get BN's! :o

#28 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -

[QUOTE="Celldrax"]

[QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

[QUOTE="CHOASXIII"]I ate a generic Poptart....they aren't too good.AveryMarx

Next time I'm in a big super market I'll buy some. The tiny shops near me dont have them :( Then again they dont have a lot of stuff.

They don't sell poptarts in Australia anymore, as far as I know.

What kind of madness demands that we order online for a pack of poptarts!? :x

We have to go to France in order to get BN's! :o

BN BN doo doo do doo doo, BN BN do doo doo doo
#29 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

[QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

[QUOTE="Celldrax"]

They don't sell poptarts in Australia anymore, as far as I know.

What kind of madness demands that we order online for a pack of poptarts!? :x

Overlord93

We have to go to France in order to get BN's! :o

BN BN doo doo do doo doo, BN BN do doo doo doo

They were so awesome :cry:

#30 Posted by CHOASXIII (14648 posts) -

[QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

[QUOTE="CHOASXIII"]I ate a generic Poptart....they aren't too good.Celldrax

Next time I'm in a big super market I'll buy some. The tiny shops near me dont have them :( Then again they dont have a lot of stuff.

They don't sell poptarts in Australia anymore, as far as I know.

What kind of madness demands that we order online for a pack of poptarts!? :x

Probably the dingos stole them or the kangaroos are keeping them in their pouches.
#31 Posted by meetroid8 (21140 posts) -

Had a really good microwave Roast Beef and Veg with a Yorkshire Pudding meal. More would of been good though.

AveryMarx

The words "Really good" and "microwave" anything do not deserve to be in the same sentence together. 

#32 Posted by spawnassasin (18699 posts) -
Tuna sandwiches, might as well have been eating mayo though stuff was soaked in it.
#33 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

Tuna sandwiches, might as well have been eating mayo though stuff was soaked in it.spawnassasin

I dont mind 'em dripping.

#34 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -
[QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

Had a really good microwave Roast Beef and Veg with a Yorkshire Pudding meal. More would of been good though.

meetroid8

The words "Really good" and "microwave" anything do not deserve to be in the same sentence together. 

What about microwave popcorn? :o
#35 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

Malteasers and a Wispa

#36 Posted by meetroid8 (21140 posts) -
[QUOTE="meetroid8"][QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

Had a really good microwave Roast Beef and Veg with a Yorkshire Pudding meal. More would of been good though.

Overlord93

The words "Really good" and "microwave" anything do not deserve to be in the same sentence together. 

What about microwave popcorn? :o

Infinitely worse than popcorn cooked any other way. 

#37 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -
[QUOTE="Overlord93"][QUOTE="meetroid8"][QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

Had a really good microwave Roast Beef and Veg with a Yorkshire Pudding meal. More would of been good though.

meetroid8

The words "Really good" and "microwave" anything do not deserve to be in the same sentence together. 

What about microwave popcorn? :o

Infinitely worse than popcorn cooked any other way. 

wut

#38 Posted by meetroid8 (21140 posts) -
[QUOTE="meetroid8"][QUOTE="Overlord93"][QUOTE="meetroid8"][QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

Had a really good microwave Roast Beef and Veg with a Yorkshire Pudding meal. More would of been good though.

Overlord93

The words "Really good" and "microwave" anything do not deserve to be in the same sentence together. 

What about microwave popcorn? :o

Infinitely worse than popcorn cooked any other way. 

wut

 

I love that pic, but would you really take microwave popcorn over home made kettle popcorn?

#39 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -
[QUOTE="Overlord93"][QUOTE="meetroid8"][QUOTE="Overlord93"][QUOTE="meetroid8"][QUOTE="AveryMarx"]

Had a really good microwave Roast Beef and Veg with a Yorkshire Pudding meal. More would of been good though.

meetroid8

The words "Really good" and "microwave" anything do not deserve to be in the same sentence together. 

What about microwave popcorn? :o

Infinitely worse than popcorn cooked any other way. 

wut

 

I love that pic, but would you really take microwave popcorn over home made kettle popcorn?

Yes I would. And even if I did prefer home made popcorn. It doesn't stop microwave popcorn from being delicious :x :P
#40 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

Just had some sausages that I discovered in the freezer. Unfortunately, they clearly weren't the brand I usually buy. I ended up giving one of them to my dog...

#41 Posted by kierwinyoung (3147 posts) -
Ate a Fried Chicken(Extra crispy)
#42 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

Baked Potato, Tuna & Mayo and salad. Great lunch.

#43 Posted by meetroid8 (21140 posts) -


Overlord93
Yes I would. And even if I did prefer home made popcorn. It doesn't stop microwave popcorn from being delicious :x :P

You crazy.

 

#44 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

A big bowl of soy, salt, and pepper flavoured rice.

Budget eating.

Too bad it's not exactly the tastiest thing in the world.

#45 Posted by kierwinyoung (3147 posts) -
Tasty bread.
#46 Posted by AveryMarx (7843 posts) -

Jaffa Cakes and Cream Soda for breakfast. I'll have some chicken for dinner I think.

#47 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -

That's not a very good breakfast :x

#48 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

That's not a very good breakfast :x

Overlord93

This is what I call a good breakfast :o

Either that or a good stack of pancakes.

#49 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -

[QUOTE="Overlord93"]

That's not a very good breakfast :x

Celldrax

This is what I call a good breakfast :o

Either that or a good stack of pancakes.

mmm, that makes my mouth water :P

 

I never really have pancakes for breakfast. I should though, they're nice.

#50 Posted by Celldrax (14741 posts) -

mmm, that makes my mouth water :P

I never really have pancakes for breakfast. I should though, they're nice.

Overlord93

My grandad use to own this holiday farm park (where I use to also live for a bit), and I pretty much had bacon and eggs nearly every morning. I miss those days :( But only because I'm too lazy to cook it myself :P (Same can be said for pancakes...)

Ok that settles it, I'm definitely goind to go and buy some ingredients for pancakes today!!