Eating food at the wrong time of year

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#1

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

  • Nothing
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#2

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

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#3

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.

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#4

I fucking love a good salad.

#5

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

#6

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.

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#7

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

#8

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.

#9

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

#10

Autumn pie

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#11

there’s definitely a temperature cutoff for soup

#12

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

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#13

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

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#14

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

#15

Also reverb

#16

what about ice cream in winter?

#17

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

#18

once again, an incredibly considered answer.

have a very good day

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#19

You too, friend x

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#20

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

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