mmm brown windsor
my old work friend used to take a pot of Bisto out of her desk, dip a spoon into it, and shovel all them granules right into her gob
she’d do this twice a day at least
entirely normal girl otherwise
christ, imagine the gamminess
i wouldn’t do this but i have a huge amount of respect for it.
mods pls blur this
dare me to drive?
Did that really take you 24 hours to come up with?
This is outstanding work
That’s me put off food forever then
embracing the gravy only diet?
as if you ever liked food
Lived with a girl in a house share briefly who’d often have a cup of gravy with Hula Hoops in it for dinner. In retrospect I suspect she had some form of eating disorder.
Hula Hoops as croutons. this is a whole new level. visionary.
Brown Windsor soup is identified in the film “Carry On Regardless” (1961) by Kenneth Connor as the dish he is splashed with having knocked over a waiter’s tray on a train and in Carry On Abroad (1972) by Kenneth Williams in a scene in the hotel’s restaurant, where the soup is mistakenly referred to as ‘Brown Bristols’ by the Spanish hotel manager, played by Peter Butterworth .