Ravenous part 3


#1743

Whoever thought of fried tomatoes should be chemically castrated


#1744

I’d have gone for the beans myself


#1745

Yup and or mushrooms


#1746

Actually there’s a pot of beans there already so ya, mushrooms. Some places you could swap the tomatoes for an extra rasher


#1747

It’s unusual to see a fancy square plate paired with such an uncouth vinegar shaker. There’s something amiss here.


#1748

I love a fried tomato.


#1749

s-l500


#1750

Where did you procure that?


#1751

Poutine van outside the market on saturdays, absolutely gorgeous and a sound man to boot


#1752

I haven’t been in there in ages. Is the dingle sushi fella still going there?


#1753

Haven’t seen the sushi man lately, there’s a new stall selling hot soup, it’s Anne Lloyd from the breakfast roll stall, she does 4 different soups each week, the three soups that I’ve had were all outrageously good,
And the poutine is really good, not fully authentic, he uses pizza mozzarella instead of curds but really nice nonetheless


#1754

Ref poutine had to Google it, french Canadian effort? Never heard of it here, thought twas some quaint Limerick dish( as we have bodice etc)


#1755

Bodice is everywhere, it’s just called that in Cork though, in Limerick Drisheen is called Packet


#1756

Packet? No bodice whatsoever across the border


#1757

Wellworths was the one and only shopping centre in Derry city centre in 80 ,Cork butcher there, asked him ref bodice and crubeens,and tripe ,informed me kid not a hope up here


#1758

Bodice is just bacon ribs,


#1759

Soul food after a hard day on the sauce


#1760

God almighty?


#1761

Brexit needs to be resolved satisfactorily or there could be catastrophic implications for Irish citizens.


#1762

Get help pal before it’s too late