Every time I see this, I'm still astonished at the fact that this is a popular dish in flyover land. There is a restaurant built around putting watery, grade F beef gruel over prepackaged pasta and garnishing it with half a ton of classic American corpse yellow cheese product and that amazes me.
>The pride and Joy of all British food is literally fish fingers for five year olds
>beans on bread
Whats the big deal with this? How can you pour some baked beans on toast and pretend thats a dish that you could identify with?
>indian food is great
Indian food smells like a steaming pile of shit, that curry filth comes out your pores too. Fuckin gross. Ive tried "authentic" indian food once. Once.
Why dont british people have any taste? I mean youve got France right there beside you, just learn to cool French food thats actually good.
>Fish and chips is trashy shit for poor people
>Baked beans on bread is a delicacy that's worth defending.
I think maybe in the US pies are more often than not sweet and a dessert item and a lot of people don't really think about meat pies anyway so a fish pie is just really foreign. that and a lot of people are put off by fish heads already (minus the pie) so to have all of that sticking out of the pie looks really weird and maybe gross and alien. that and a lot of flyovers don't even like fish (minus maybe canned tuna).
I wouldn't mind trying it and the heads sticking out seem like a british humor thing.
We have pretty awesome savory pies here in the USA. Here's just one example from NYC, these are pretty good and they'll ship them to you too.
Those are from our Aussie friends in NYC.
OP, thanks for making me nearly throw up in my mouth. Scrolling by, I thought those were some kind of sausages with cheese melted on them. But it's even worse than that......
See, THIS is why I only eat sashimi.
Sorry, are you scared of fish or something? Do you need your babby food fish coated in 3 cups of spicy mayonnaise to be able to eat it?
I'm a Brit and you are talking crap!
Stargazy pie is pretty much West Country fare and unless you live down here you haven't a clue . .. . Although it's traditional, we don't eat it every day.
>>7019924 Nothing wrong with a chip butty
>>7023114 Or a Crisp sandwich
I have eaten Pike but it's a bit 'earthy' not exactly gourmet food . .. but it fills a hole!
yeah, they're 'technically' sandwiches, but that doesn't mean they're good. putting a piece of shit between two pieces of bread would 'technically' be a sandwich, too, but I wouldn't want to eat it.
>I have eaten Pike but it's a bit 'earthy' not exactly gourmet food . .. but it fills a hole!
It can be made into gourmet food, as longs as the pike is on the smaller side. Pike quenelles are really delicious for example.
In America, we're turning bread into fried chicken, but in the UK you're turning sandwich meat into French fries. This. This is what happens when you try to build a better mousetrap.
Like we care. Stay mad, Euros and other inferior non-Americans.
The in theory eating bugs doesn't sound as bad as eating natto or cheese. Fresh meat fried or spoiled milk/soya except that they spoiled in a way that won't make you sick?
I like cheese by the way, natto is still too much for me.
Fish pies are literally garbage to most people here. Even though it's not actually unsanitary unless you really fuck up, it still sets off a gag reflex because of it.
Then you add in the bonus morbidness of your dinner having a face and people are weirded out.
I lived in England for over two years for work (Liverpool).
Chip sandwhiches or butties are disgusting.
But british style baked beans are good. They are nice and tangy. And traditional british food- pork pies, roasts, meat pies, shepards pie, etc. - are delicious, if not a little heavy.
Also, I have a freind who puts sugar free vanilla pudding on toast and tops it with an egg that he fried by microwaving on a paper plate. He says that the pudding gives it that "sweetness" it needs, without adding any sugar. He also eats like 200 grams of protein a day. That's the worst thing I've eaten.
There's a £200 prize for anyone who can come up with a cheaper meal.
>babby with underdeveloped palate thinks he knows shit about a style of cooking that has the most different fragrances and spices after taking one bite and giving up
Stop posting any time
>I mean, the only reason they are importing thousands and thousands of refugees must be because of their horrifically bad food.
Why would bad food make them import refugees? There is literally no link between these two things.
That's the least clever insult I think I've ever read here.
>have you never grilled a whole fish
No we gut and decapitate our fish like civilized human beings. That pie gives the appearance that the rest of the fish is sticking in the pie. Which really fucks things up because pies shouldn't have bones.
Anyone know what kind of meat this is? Or can at least guess?
You'd really equate what's basically just french fries on a sandwich to literal shit on a sandwich? Talk about hyperbole.
Chip butties aren't fancy or complex, they're a simple high carb high starch fix. If I want a more flavorful sandwich I make or get something else, but they're good for what they are.
As someone from NY, I don't really consider it pizza as I know it, it's more like a dinner pie.
However, pizza or not, Chicago style pies are incredible. Who cares what they're called? I call em delicious.
Buy it or if you have something that can maintain a 100-108/113 degrees F then just use culture from one you bought or powder culture.. Youtube would have more info. I used a portable frying pan filled with water (to moderate temperature fluctuations) with a glass cooking plate/bowl inside holding the beans/natto with tin foil on top to retain heat.
To seal in the juices. It's a very old method of cooking: coat food with clay (or dough, or a salt crust, etc.) then toss it in a fire or oven and let it cook. Then the clay/dough/salt is removed at the end of cooking and the food inside is served.
My failed attempt at carb(onara) loading.
Yeah, I suck.
Natto is something I've always simultaneously wanted to try and forever stay away from.
I like brie cheese, I think those century eggs are okay but I would rather not eat natto.
i think americans are just so confused by the word sandwich because of stores like subway
subway serves bread like a sandwich, which makes americans think anything inside of anything is a sandwich, when its rly just 2 slices of bread that should make a sandwich
if it doesnt have slices of bread then its not a sandwich
theres a reason why its named burgerking and not sandwichking
I'm not gonna lie if you put this in front of me after I watch Lion King I'd probably eat it
>Mfw slimey yet satisfying
>But the clay coating wasn't really sealed off
Yes. It's not a cooking show bro, it's a drama about a cannibal. They made a mistake and showed improper procedure. The clay should be completely enclosing the meat, totally sealing it.
In the 30s this was known as a Hoover sandwich, 2 pieces of bread with toast in the middle, they are about 85 years short.
I've had it, too. It's really not bad. But, like Japanese natto, it's not the taste that's the issue. It's the slimy, gooey texture it tends to acquire.
Every time he puts a rock/house/non-tree on a pretty landscape everyone screams "ruined"
That's what I gather from looking over my roommate's shoulder while he was watching it at least
It isn't popular at all in 95% of the country. In fact hardly anyone that doesn't lurk bad food boards has even heard of it. Hell I only know about it because of ck, I think it looks awful.
that image gets that response every time and i don't disagree
I admit I have a strong anti-velveeta/american-cheese bias
shit fuckin revolts me anon
alright thread's dead so I'll skip to my favourite one
and leave it at that
desu, adding sliced cheese to things like this is fairly common in korea and dates back to the korean war when food was scarce and civilians would trade things with US soldiers' commissary. seeing as how i see korean banchan, my guess this was just from some random person staying in korea making a quick dinner of instant noodles (also very popular) and some gas station sushi.