puke on toast

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A page from an actual recipe book I own. Frankly this is one of the least unappetising recipes.

A page from an actual recipe book I own. Frankly this is one of the least unappetising recipes.

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Are we going to have to insert Jackass-style warnings into each episode of AMT, insisting that no one attempt to recreate of re-enact any stunt or activity performed on this show? Because we would NEVER have recommended anyone do what Richard in Finsbury Park did:

In AMT last week you talked about Snaffles Mousse, the 70s dish made from canned consommé, Philadelphia and curry powder.

I was morbidly fascinated by the suggested combination and had to make a batch. When it had set, my boyfriend and I had some on toast. It was without doubt the most disgusting thing I have ever eaten. On every level. I can still taste its foulness now.

Answer me this: what is the  most revolting dish you have ever cooked up?

It was by accident, but I made paella with frozen elderflower cordial instead of chicken stock. In fact, because even that mouth-trauma did not teach me to label the contents of my freezer, it happened TWICE. Mark me, it is one of the very few circumstances in which elderflower cordial is NOT more palatable than chicken stock.

Readers, tell us in the comments about your own culinary horrorshows. Maybe then Richard in Finsbury Park will try them out, since he appears to have declared war upon his palate.

And as a fun game between courses, speculate upon the ingredients of this recipe, which I found in a cookbook yesterday:

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One Response to “puke on toast”

  1. Johnny D Says:

    A friend once attempted chicken satay & used extra crunchy peanut-butter……and not just one claggy spoonful……he used the entire jar & it was rancid.

    A separate occasion involved homemade Bloody Marys, with the only tomato-based ingredient being a 3 month old half jar of Dolmio.

    Nasty.

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