Eating food at the wrong time of year

What’s wrong with eating a Christmas pudding right now?

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Don’t like Christmas pudding so it’s always wrong


Not a fan of ‘summer’ foods really cause I don’t like salad or that and I’d rather have a cottage pie or something whatever the weather.


I fucking love a good salad.

We’ve still got a pack of lebkuchen in the cupboard waiting to be eaten.

Yeah, fucking hate this. Gf tries to switch up the menu to have “summer foods”, and not for seasonal produce/food miles reasons or anything.

“Ooooh it’s far too hot for a hot meal tonight, what shall we have?”

Is it fuck, I’m making vindaloo and you can put yours in the fridge for a bit first if you like.


You know how spring rolls are a food that exist as are summer rolls? What about autumn and winter rolls, hey? HEY?

I make them for Mrs F and they look nice, all colourful etc, and I like leaves and rocket a bit, just fucking hate cucumber and raw tomato and the texture of it.

isn’t it bad cos then vegetables get shipped from further away when they’re not seasonal

Autumn pie

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wouldn’t want to ruin cob season for myself by having a sweetcorn this early

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The bigger question here is how you’ve had the restraint.

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I think it’s really funny to have soup or stew on a very hot and sunny day

not as funny but I’d give a wry smile to it

You too, friend x

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Ice cream in winters better cause they don’t melt so much.


My son insisted on an ice cream when we were out and about in the middle of winter and it was about 2 degrees or something.

His face went really red (probably embarrassed).


Not sure much food at the wrong time of year but I believe that you can eat food in the wrong temperatures.

B has made a Sunday roast on a 27C summers day before. Before sitting down to eat it we had to:

a) close all the curtains
b) get the fan from the bedroom and point it at the dining table and
c) strip to our underwear*

/* take it to the filth thread etc etc

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I just don’t believe that eating hot food on a hot day makes that much difference to your body temperature.

Oven on for 2 hours and pans going heats up a house quite a lot tho.