What are you eating or cooking?


#42

Smanchy!!! What is it.


#43

Yeah, but at least I didn’t pay!


#44

Is it worthy the money or is just average?


#45

I want to cook my wife something fantastic but cheap tonight as I’m broke and i was a bit of a butthole to her this morning. Any suggestions? Must contain meat of some sort but not seafood.


#46

Poached pear and prawn starter!


#47

Fusion of flavours, sweet to salty, fruity to fishy. It was a roller coaster. Like having 47 flavour his bullets with sweetness. It hits hard but in the end it’s nice.


#48

Worth it. Only if you have a open palette.


#49

Good to know it was enjoyable. Sounds really nice.


#50

It could be cheaper homemade. You could tailor it to your liking toning down flavours and swapping ingredients :wink:


#51

Usually homemade is cheaper and also great to experiment, assuming you know hot to cook properly.


#52

https://www.just-eat.co.uk :joy:


#53

Cringiest. Ad. Ever. Haha


#54

I think I may have to go to this… Imagine if a bald headed gentleman with a barcode came up to the door with my delivery I’d be like OMG Mr 4… DEAD.


#55

Try chorizo + chicken paella! Spice it up mate!


#56

“Oh my gosh, I’m back again…”


#57

Mmm sounds good! Haven’t had paella since i lived in Spain and I’m a huge fan of Chorizo! Thanks for the suggestion.


#58

Happy to help! :point_left::point_left:

I guess you got full agency assistance turned on in BM! (get it?)


#59

Used it once or twice.

Thank god for metabolism


#60

Really good pasta carbonara is cheap and elegant and of course delicious.


#61

Here you go!