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Mad Cyril

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I over ordered on the pizza front yesterday and have just eaten a cold Pizza Hut supreme pizza after 3 hours mountain biking.

Is there a better dish eaten cold?
 

mattitouk

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I over ordered on the pizza front yesterday and have just eaten a cold Pizza Hut supreme pizza after 3 hours mountain biking.

Is there a better dish eaten cold?


Finally!..... a serious thread on Shrimperzone, that is truly worthy of debate!! :thumbsup:

For me, it's Got to be sausage rolls, pigs in a blanket, & most importantly any meat left over from a Sunday roast that you can put into a sandwich the next day.

I'm a bit picky about leftovers, and what I will re-heat the next day, but of all the main dishes, what I like most to re heat from frozen would be Chilli Con Carne (oddly to me, it always tastes more spicy than the original night i ate it on).
 

Seasick Steve

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Finally!..... a serious thread on Shrimperzone, that is truly worthy of debate!! :thumbsup:

For me, it's Got to be sausage rolls, pigs in a blanket, & most importantly any meat left over from a Sunday roast that you can put into a sandwich the next day.

I'm a bit picky about leftovers, and what I will re-heat the next day, but of all the main dishes, what I like most to re heat from frozen would be Chilli Con Carne (oddly to me, it always tastes more spicy than the original night i ate it on).

In similar vein, left over curry is always better the following day after it has had a chance to 'mature'. Ideally for breakfast with a fried egg on top!
 

mattitouk

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My older brother could always have a re-heated curry at about 8am for breakfast after a night on the booze!.... Personally it used to make my stomach churn. :'(

Each to their own I guess.



Edit / Update: A recycled ruby with a fried egg on top?... Mate you've gone to far surely?!?... No wonder your called "seasick"... That's wrong on every level... have a fried egg by all means, but damn!...have it on toast or on an old fashioned fry up, but not on a day old cold chicken tikka jalfrezi !!
 

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Who needs to put left over roast meat in a sandwich? It's fine to pick at on its own or with pickles! :smile:
 

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Cold home made steak and kidney pie left over from dinner
(Not that there is much leftover when the missus cooks one )

UTS:smile:
 

RobM

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In similar vein, left over curry is always better the following day after it has had a chance to 'mature'.

As an aside, when I did my Indian cookery courses, the tutor always told us which dishes were best to freeze and advised us to do so for the very reason you state.
 

Pubey

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Hot ranking:
1. Lamb
2. Beef
3. Pork
4. Chicken

Cold ranking:
1. Beef
2. Chicken
3. Pork
4. Lamb
 

Jam_Man

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Dont think you can beat the pizza next day.

Curry does taste nice the next day but Id disqualify it as Id have to heat it up.
 

Pubey

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On a vaguely related theme, just been to Harvester for the first time in years. Pretty impressed, decent chicken and ribs and good value
 
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