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Old 21-12-2017, 06:42 PM
Bunker Buster
 
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Originally Posted by red in cumbria
Still wondering about the Canada reference tbh.
Actually called steak Canadienne.

Nothing to do with Canada...
 
Old 21-12-2017, 09:44 PM
zanzare
 
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Originally Posted by Bunker Buster
Actually called steak Canadienne.
Nothing to do with Canada.

That's the bitch, served in pubs with chips (overcooked) and on a dry bun, in a plastic holed dish on a napkin.

My brother used to ask for soup in a basket, retard used to get banned weekly.twat.



Anyone remember the blokes selling seafood in pubs back then?
Jar of cockles £ 1:10. 40 p in the co-op down the road

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Old 21-12-2017, 09:50 PM
LFOD
 
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cook it and mix in cheese , nice roll and some fried onions.
 
Old 21-12-2017, 11:30 PM
tatty
 
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Christ i'd forgotten about them.

I ate a lot so can only surmise my 12 year old palate found them acceptable...in the same way I liked chocolate sandwiches.

Thank god for the EU and its food regulations.
 
Old 22-12-2017, 04:51 AM
shenwen
 
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That cheese snot thread seems to have awakened some subconscious memories. Anyone remember steak Canadians?

Over processed frozen slices of meat(?), about 20 in a pack. In the frying pan for about 30 seconds and eaten on toast with brown sauce. A staple after school served up by my man who has the brass neck to still claim we ate well. Not sure fishfingers and findus pancakes qualify as home cooking.

Anyway, can't find them online, seem to be some kind of short-lived northern speciality that died with the horsemeat scandal.

Any other fans/oddballs out there? On a mission to get some in for chrimbo.
Had a blast of nostalgia the other week when I saw some fish fingers in the supermarket. Not common over here. Decided on a whim for fish finger butties for tea that night

Was completely disgusting. Like eating sawdust
 
Old 22-12-2017, 05:46 AM
Denis Irwell
 
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Originally Posted by zanzare
Nothing to do with Canada.

That's the bitch, served in pubs with chips (overcooked) and on a dry bun, in a plastic holed dish on a napkin.

My brother used to ask for soup in a basket, retard used to get banned weekly.twat.



Anyone remember the blokes selling seafood in pubs back then?
Jar of cockles £ 1:10. 40 p in the co-op down the road


Roy Donnelly

“You got crabs mate”? Probably only heard it 5443782 times per night
 
Old 22-12-2017, 04:49 PM
red in cumbria
 
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Had a blast of nostalgia the other week when I saw some fish fingers in the supermarket. Not common over here. Decided on a whim for fish finger butties for tea that night

Was completely disgusting. Like eating sawdust
Still partial to one of those on occasion, having them for your tea was considered a bit desperate even in your student days though
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