Well I am not a sweet-toothed person really… Give me something savoury any day of the week.
I eat chocolate, but I don’t crave it and if there is one flavour in the sweet-toothed line then it would have to one of these two.. mint or lemon.
Love lemon curd tarts and lemon meringue pies and even bitter lemon drinks.. and noway can I leave a Polo, Humbug or After Eight alone.
And talking about mint.. I can’t eat a roast dinner unless it has lashings of Mint sauce all over it…
But I am a savoury person and I suppose my palate makes me want to devour all the sausages on sticks; cheese pineapple and onion stick things; Quiche and all those other savoury things.
I am not a lover of fancy buffets, I prefer the more traditional ones.. sarnies (egg and cress, cheese and pickle), quiches, sausages, pork pies, scotch eggs etc. You can keep your canapés and fancy hors-d’oeuvres, just give me plain old British cooking. things that we were given at kids parties and when we took up the mat, filled our faces with party food and alcohol (yes I used to sip the glasses as a child, unless I got caught ) and danced the New Year in..
All this talk of food has made me hungry.. now what am I going to do for dinner that will stop this savoury toothed person from wanting to devour every savoury dish going….
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