Food/dishes that people don't eat anymore

#1

I can’t imagine anyone eating a raw pear in 2019.

Anything else?

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#2

Casserole

#3

Anyone having a prawn cocktail in twenty nineteen?

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#4

I’ve eaten both a pear and a casserole this year.

Suet pudding.

#5

Why?

#6

I was hungry and they both tasted nice.

#7

Do casseroles quite often. Good dish to have for mid-week leftovers innit?

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#8

You’re thinking of “stew”

#9

Have made this a few times in recent years. Not only is it a casserole Tone, it’s a great casserole.

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#10

Viennetta

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#11

A casserole (French: diminutive of casse, from Provençal cassa “pan”) is a large, deep pan used both in the oven and as a serving vessel. The word is also used for the food cooked and served in such a vessel, with the cookware itself called a casserole dish or casserole pan.

#12

When it’s got sausages in it it’s something else

#13

I’m raging at this post m9. Raging.

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#14

I made a casserole last night and it turned out horribly, but I did eat it.

#15

“Ooh, you know what, I think I’ll have casserole this evening”

  • A thought I have had
  • A thought I have never had

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#16

Can you still get Pop Tarts?

#17

We do a butternut squash and sausage casserole. You cook down the squash until it’s all breaking apart and it’s got a real moreish sweetness to contrast with the sausage element.

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#18

Can bergkamp fire you?

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#19

you bamming this thread up?

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#20

I’m afraid if it’s got sausages in it it becomes ‘something else’

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