Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Temptation and the Diet.

I don't have a sweet tooth. I'm lucky in that regard I suppose. I don't really dig chocolate or ice cream or biscuits. I rarely if ever have a dessert after diner, although rhubarb crumble makes me go weak at the knees.
Nope, I'm a savoury sort of gal, I like cheese, crisps, sour or salty things.
After some initial heel dragging I have at last started my training proper for October's Dublin City Marathon. This means- naturally- more running. Now I consider a body not unlike a car in that it needs fuel to run. So to this end I am attempting to clean up my diet a little, you know, making minor adjustments here and there, more fruit, lean meats, cutting back on delicious hooch and treating the toaster like it was a spiritualist.
My current diet consists of eating porridge in the morning. 30gs of oats and some skimmed milk, that's it. It's neither delicious nor not delicious. It is porridge. It is pretty good fuel actually and leaves you fairly full for a goodly number of hours, plus you can run on it.

HOWEVER, I feel I am being sabotaged! By a man no less! By the PARAMOUR. ( I should point out he says he's not doing any such thing, but you know, I'm not sure I believe him)

'Do you want white pudding on toast?' He asked me this morning, opening the fridge door.

This is appalling. Not only is he offering me exactly the sort of breakfast I DO want, he's offering to make it, and Fatcats like having food handed to them.

'No thank you, I'm having porridge.'

I proceed to measure EXACTLY 30g of dried oats into a bowl. I peer at it. It does not look very inspiring. Then I cover it with milk and bung it in the microwave. Behind me the GOOSEFAT or COW LARD or whatever the hell he's using to cook with is beginning to crackle in that filthy frying pan I keep threatening to throw out.
The Paramour- dressed only in his dressing gown that makes him look like a blue grizzly- slices three, THREE, big fat pieces of white pudding off his white pudding ring.

'Got enough pudding there?' I say, ooozing sarcasm on the word enough.

'Yep.' says the man I sleep with, sunnily.

I glare. He hums.
Next he pops two thick WHITE doorstep sized slices of bread into the toaster, the bloody TOASTER.

'Sure you don't want half a slice?'

'No...thank you.'

I press two minutes on the microwave. As I am microwaving my...porridge, he fries up the three big fat slices of delicious pudding, toasts his delicious big fat slices of bread, butters them with big fat butter, spreads the big fat pudding on the big fat toast and covers them in big fat white pepper.

In the meantime I remove my oats from the microwave and add some more skimmed milk, cold this time. Ooooh. And oh yeah, I stirred it.

We take our respective seats at the table. My mouth is watering, and it has fuck all to do with MY breakfast.

Then the man I share a bathroom with cracks his knuckles and fills his coffee cup. He pulls his plate closer to him and lifts a steaming slab of meat filled carb loaded artery clogging peppery goo to his mouth.

Plink.

That was the drool from the corner of my mouth, bouncing off the rim of my oats bowl.

Just before he takes a bite he looks at me and says, grinning....

'How's your porridge?'

'Fine.' I say, but in my head I wished gout upon him.

Sigh. October seems so very FAR away, doesn't it?.

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81 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dude you should mash a banana into your porridge, add some fresh cream and some honey. It is gorgeous. It seems a bit of an effort to make but it is worth it, alternatively you can do as I do, nip into my parents house just after my Dad has gone and steel the bowl he has left cooling for my mother!!

What is wrong with bread anyway?


Nonny

10:29 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

That sounds vile to me, I dislike mixed up foods, and ixnay on the honey and cream.

Nothing wrong with bread, but in serious moderation.

10:43 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really, What about Pizza's or mashed paaatatters and cabbage or salad or burgers or garlic and cheese fries?? Do you not eat any of them?

Bread makes me feel sicky but I eat brown bread to sustain my weight otherwise I would look like an anorexic on a diet.


Nonny

10:55 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Mashed potatoes and cabbage? Are you mad? Yack.

10:57 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

emm with lots of salt and real butter and about a ltr of whole milk, I hate skimmed milk emm yummy scrummy.

What about the other stuff, garlic and cheese fries come on now? Or just a regular sammbich?

Nonny

11:03 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or soup, what happens there?

11:04 a.m.  
Blogger morgor said...

But is your man not fatter than you due to delicious breakfasts like that?

PS : when i say "your man" I don't mean it in a possesive way as it would not be right to even imply then men can be possessions.

11:06 a.m.  
Anonymous Manonymous said...

How about beetles smushed up with kiwi fruit and then spread on a nice slice of tomato bread made from the tomatoes you grown in your own garden? I've got tomatoes in my garden but my giraffe keeps eating them! But I wouldn't trade my giraffe in for anything he saved my life going down the canal one day when I was chasing a balloon and going 'wheeeeeeeee' and then I ran into a lamppost and my eye came out and it was all hanging on a stalk and stuff and then when I went home the giraffe gave me a lick on the face and it put my eye back in and the doctor said that if my eye had stayed out a bee might have flown into the eye socket and stung me in the brain and i woulda died.

11:08 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Nonny, if faced with a mix of food I am inclined to eat one thing at a time. Not religiously, but mostly.

Morgor, for some bloody reason he doesn't put on any more weight no matter what he eats, if that was me I'm be a lilac couch in no time.

11:09 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Manoynmous,er, okay. No not any of those things either.
Look, I just eman I prefer to eat one thing at a time, i hate it when people put loads of different stuff on one fork and eat it. I just couldn't do that. EVER.

11:11 a.m.  
Anonymous Sniffle&Cry said...

You’re training to run a marathon. 26 miles and some small bits. To do this you will cover loads of miles. Tons of them. Hundreds, thousands perhaps. And in the process you will burn gazillions of calories. It doesn’t matter what you eat, as long as you eat loads of it. White puddings, black puddings, eggs, bread, and as for wine and beer, drink loads to re-hydrate properly. Seriously FMC, really seriously, truly too, if you’re doing this type of exercise, your temple won’t give a flying fuck what you put into it as long it’s loads. Now me on the other hand, I just need to do the exercise to burn of my diet.

11:31 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

You a runner too S&C?
Aye, I did it last year, but this year I'm trying to run it 'better' (and please marmalade, knock some time off it) so I'm trying out a few new thing, er, like eating better and training better. But I so love food, I love it more than...well most other stuff, now that I think of it. Except delicious hooch of course.
On that note, I'm away to the gym.

11:37 a.m.  
Anonymous Sniffle&Cry said...

I run after stuff, in short lung bursting spurts (say it out loud without spitting).Then extended recovery periods, gaspers and contemplation. I’m a walker, a bicycler, a whining moaner.

11:57 a.m.  
Anonymous Sinéad said...

Egad, I envy your lack of a sweet tooth. I'm a horse for the stuff and it's gotten worse with pregnancy. I can't have a cup of tea with a biccie or sweet accessory of some sort. I'll be a toothless old crone in no time.

12:00 p.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

Mmmm, white puddin' on toast... with a little relish, and some delicious rashery bacon and a scrumtious fried egg, and a fresh double espresso... and butter, and proper milk...

12:05 p.m.  
Blogger morgor said...

to be honest meat isn't a weak point for me, or sugary things.

Savoury though, dear jeebus i can eat kilos of mashed potatos, scrambled eggs or cheese on toast.

12:07 p.m.  
Blogger Andraste said...

I'm with you, Cat. It took me two months to lose 6-7 pounds, just exercising 5 days a week, avoiding alcohol on weekdays, and eating about 1200 calories of berries and yogurt and veggies a day. While SPOUSE, who drinks every day, eats chips and meat drenched in sugary barbecue sauces, and chocolate doughnuts and all manner of fatty, sugary things - HE loses 10 pounds in a week, just by playing basketball TWICE. The Fucker.

12:15 p.m.  
Blogger Twenty Major said...

That's because men are pre-disposed to being genetically awesome, Andraste.

12:32 p.m.  
OpenID grimsaburger said...

I'm not convinced that restricting one's diet is an awesome idea when upping one's mileage. Of course it has to do with fuel and whatnot, but for me it has to do with the fact that BECAUSE I'm burning more calories I get to eat more of everything. I try to weight my overconsumption towards the protein and veg rather than carbs, but that's about the only rule I follow. Protein is magic. Also, black and white pudding are magic. And I can't get either one here, so you must eat and enjoy for me.
In any case, I'd guess you're at your target weight and not really in danger of putting on another ounce as long as you're working out regularly, which you are.

12:41 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can loose weight rapidly, it’s not a good thing though, it’s shite trying to eat when you feel really full, I think it is one of the shittiest feeling in the world.

Did you get your marathon diet from a website?

Nonny

12:48 p.m.  
Blogger Medbh said...

I'm with you on the lack of sweet tooth, FMC.

Mr. M and I never eat breakfast together because he's up at the crack of ass and then I don't have to see him shovel down 4 waffles while I choke on yogurt.
I felt your pain reading this!

1:09 p.m.  
Blogger finn said...

oh my. lots of plinking going on here in delawhere and that after my breakfast punchbowl of fruit. damn his hide.

1:14 p.m.  
Blogger daisy mae said...

oh FMC - i know what you mean. fortunately for me my other half has gained quite a bit.

i've switched to a full-fledged bike commuter, and was up in the air as to how much/little i needed to eat (i've also put on about 40 pounds due to my sloth and sweet as well as savory tooth). i casually use 'sparkpeople' because a) it's free and b) i like to procrastinate. so every morning i enter the approximate amount of calories i expect to burn (i adjust them later after using a heart rate monitor) and plan my diet accordingly.

surprisingly, i was cutting myself ridiculously short.... by 500-900 calories a day (i had no idea how much difference a heart rate monitor would make) so now i don't feel bad about a nice breakfast of egg whites, cheese, and beans, all wrapped up in a tortilla!

as for porridge - i throw in frozen (or fresh) berries to eliminate some of the blandness.

oh, and the other day i was perusing the 'international' aisle at the local grocery store, and i found jelly babies! now j and i can't seem to get enough of them....

1:41 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wilson's white pudding is the stuff of gods.... on toast or, for real filthy deliciousness, on bread fried in duck fat. ya feel me?

2:05 p.m.  
Blogger Manuel said...

whiskey......whiskey is the answer, bob a lid full over your porridge and watch him crumble.....

2:16 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Oh I feel ya indeed.
Jelly babies, how I love jelly babies. Actually jelly anything, fruit pastilles, cola bottle sours, natural confectionary snakes mmmm, it runs in the family, this overwhelming love of jelly.

The older I get the more I have to watch my diet. I don't know why I can't eat whatever I like and still stay fit and relatively trim. It's so bloody unfair. I want to be able to eat a fry AND toast for breakfast, cheese and a brown sauce sammich for 11s, Buttery corn on the cob for lunch, Haribo Jelly sours for 3zs, a dinner of buttery peppery mashed potoates surround by a baked bean moat for dinner and rhubarb crumble and custard for afters AND drink a bottle of red wine with a cheese wheel at the ready at night.
YET SOMEHOW if I was to do this I would swell up like a ten day old corpse.

(Actually very few people could eat like that and not do the same, but you know, a gal can dream.)

2:54 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

say, if you had to pick one delicious thing to eat- if your life depended on it- what would you go for?

Mine would actually be a mound of buttery peppery mashed potato surrounded by a Heinz baked bean moat. Classy, right?

2:56 p.m.  
Blogger daisy mae said...

interestingly enough, a study just came out that found that drinking a glass of red wine shortly after eating red meat helped to break down the damaging components...

as for a food, i'm a NY pizza girl through and through. i could eat the stuff for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, every day for the rest of my life.

3:15 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That sounds lovely Miss Cat as long as there is real butter, salt and a pint of milk to had, Something Thai with Soy sauce would also be a winner for me.

I pretty much eat as I like, it is more likely to affect my teeth as opposed to my waist.

Nonny

3:16 p.m.  
Anonymous Manonymous said...

For me if I had to pick one thing to eat forever and maybe ever amen and so forth I think it'd have to be lion bars because they're all chwewy and they just have this aftertaste which you only get after eating a lion bar and no other kind o bar except sometimes a wispa but seen as you can't get wispans any more then it doesn't really matter so for me it'd be a line bar or corn beef sandwiches.

3:21 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

I think wet weather makes me veer towards comfort food and naturally being summer in Ireland my thoughts have turned to spuds.

4:10 p.m.  
Anonymous problemchildbride said...

I like sweets. All my teeth are sweet and so are my gums. BUT, I only like it after savoury. I'm not one for sweet on its own. Therefore all my snacks turn into full-scale mini-meals with either a first, main and pudding courses or, more usually, a main, pudding and fruit course: a samblich, a biscuit and then a fistful of Starbursts. It would be nice to have full waiter and wine service with my snacks, of course, but I snack a lot and I would be a lush in about a fortnight.

4:54 p.m.  
Anonymous problemchildbride said...

YOU CAN'T GET WISPA BARS ANYMORE??????

!

4:59 p.m.  
Anonymous Shebah said...

Chinese crispy duck pancakes with hoisin sauce and all the trimmings. If I am allowed two things, I'd follow it with a big bowl of fresh scottish raspberries with cornish clotted cream.

5:04 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, your Paramour likes to dangle his big white pudding, while flitting about the kitchen, of a morning. Interesting thought that.
In the meantime, why don't all those fucking Romanians clear off and bring their inferior puddings back where they came from.

5:05 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

There's nothing wrong with being a lush Sam, it's a honorable profession.

Shebah, crispy duck is one of my favourite thing to eat too. But the spud have it beat today. Wet you see, damp and soggy.


*shakes head an Anonymous, but laughingly.

5:09 p.m.  
Blogger Medbh said...

Mine would be grilled cheese and chips, FMC. No question.

5:12 p.m.  
Anonymous Shebah said...

Or a plate of large juicy prawns in garlic and fresh chilli butter. Followed by a small helping of homemade pavlova. You can probably tell this is my hungry time of day. Am not hungry in the mornings, so fruit smoothie made with water only for breakfast, egg salad for lunch - by evening I am ready for something piquant and substantial! I eat most of my calories in the evening after a one hour power walk with a couple of mates. Probably a foolish way to eat, but suits my body and my lifestyle.

5:14 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Mmmchips and cheese, two of my personal favourites. Yesterday the paramour's brother grilled strips of haloumi cheese and dished them out, my gawd! Delicious. Can't believe I'd never had it before. Very yummy indeed.

A lot of people find eating in the morning not to their taste Shebah, my Spanish friend drinks one cup of tea and takes nothing before lunch time only that. her theory is her stomach doesn't even wake up until mid day.

Good god I'm starving. I wonder what we're having for dinner?

5:20 p.m.  
Blogger John Mc said...

Hey FMC

Good for you thinking about your diet. Diet, rest and training can't be separated if better performance is your aim, or even comfortable performance. I wouldn't be worried about bread, as long as it's wheat. Its great fuel and you need carbs. A bagel and cream cheese, (or scrambled egg, or veggie sausages,) with coffee, (there isn’t one top level triathlete I know for whom caffeine isn't an addiction) is the breakfast of champions. Porridge is great too, but you need some protein as well in the morning.

I went to a lecture on how to fuel properly so let me see if I can synopsise.

Think of your day in 2 parts. Just before and during your workout, and after your workout. Your aim should be to take in as much calories as you burn during your workout and shortly after. Don’t skimp in the misguided effort to lose weight. You decrease or modify your food intake during the second part of your day and use that to lose some weight.

Suppose you are going to run in the mid morning. You get up and eat. Ideally slow burning fuel -see above. Later as you run your metabolism will go up – a lot. If you run for an hour you will probably burn around 1000+ calories. You need to replace this with carbohydrates, high glycemic carbs these are rapidly absorbed. You also need to keep hydrated. The best way to do this is with sports drinks, (buy in powder form, GU20, Cytomax, Gatorade, Cliff) and gels or bloks, (Gu, Cliff Shot Bloks, Sharkies). Realistically you will only be able to get in around 40% of what you burn. Otherwise you are running with a full stomach. Also you need to fuel before you need it. Don't fuel 10 minutes from the end of a run when you are already on an empty tank or dehydrated. When you finish your metabolism is still very high. This is the dangerous point in terms of over eating. What you need at this stage is too switch to about 200 - 300 calories of carbs and protein in a 3:1 ratio. Best thing, a small 250 ml container of low fat chocolate milk is perfect for this. If you had milk there are powders you can mix, Endurox etc (much more expensive than choc milk). This has two effects, your muscles are primed to build new muscle fibers and the protein fuel this, and the carbs will help decrease your deficit. For an hour and a half after you run your metabolism will still be high. Use this time to get in a meal that has a good mix of protein and carbs, but isn’t huge – 400 – 700 calories. At this point you have probably covered your calorie loss. During the second half of your day, switch to more protein based meals and eat often and small. Cut calories here if you want to lose weight.

Matt Dixon, the guy who trainer who runs my bike class, (exercise physiologist, ex pro triathlete, ex top level swimmer) has a few articles that are well worth reading (and short)

http://www.enduranceptc.com/images//weightlossmd.pdf

http://www.enduranceptc.com/images//performancemethodmd.pdf


Also a hear monitor is a great tool, ideally you should get tested to figure our your thresholds, but when you run you will be able to determine what hear rate is your upper limit, at which you are working too hard. Add intervals that push you towards your max if you want to go faster. You won’t get faster by doing distance, only strength training and intervals will do

Remeber at the end of the day, everything is individual and these are guidelines to help someone figure out what works for them.

5:28 p.m.  
Blogger Andraste said...

Macaroni and cheese. Homemade is best, but I'm not fussy. If it's pasta, covered in cheese, it's lunch. Can't resist. Dear lord.

Twenty - you efficient calorie burning fucker you. Don't rub it in, it's not awesomeness you possess, it's more likely a tapeworm.

5:37 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

John dude you are damn good at knowing this runnery stuff, how much protein do you need a day and where do you get it from not eating meat?

I'd love to get a real diet to compliment running but it seems to be a closely guarded secret as nobody ever tells.

Nonny

5:38 p.m.  
Anonymous problemchildbride said...

Excellent advice, John. I amn't training for anything special, just trying to keep healthy, however I would like to gain a bit of muscle mass and this looks like just the ticket.

5:40 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

John thanks a million for that I really appreciate it.
I'm not worried about my weight really, just getting the best I can out my training and diet. In terms of protein I could possibly add an egg or two into my breakfast. I've added eating soy beans and pumpkin seeds to my diet recently, and find it really helps to eat protein after a heavy weight session. Especially now as I'm jumped up the weight a bit.
I'll check out those links later. Thanks again.

5:45 p.m.  
Blogger John Mc said...

Nonny

I don't pay too much attention to what I eat, I just avoid eating crap, (keep pizza takout and burritos to a minimum). I eat eags, beans, veggie burgers, sausages, cheese etc so protein is not a worry. I don't think there is a thing such as a sport specific diet. You just need to make sure you cover the calories you burn, with calories from healthy food, get enough protein, (most people vastly over estimate they amount of protein you need, its very hard to not get enough) and get proper rest.

Unfortunately alcohol is the worst, highly caloried almost nutritionally useless. But this is a do what I say not what I do moment, I drink 2 -3 glasses of wine most days. Fuckit, whats the point of being all fit if you cant enjoy the benefits, anyhow I don't drink much beer - which is scary calorific.

Sam the only way to get muscle is to hit the weights bench! Make sure to get some protein in the 15 minutes after you finish. It's very very hard for women to bulk (testosterone does that) so don't worry about it.

FMC - the key is to avoid thinking you can overeat. A lot of people put on weight when they begin to workout, because they don't fuel properly during the workout and are ravenous afterward and scarf the entire fridge when they get home, or worse dash to the store for coke and chocolate - if I ever bonk on the bike I immediately crave coke and chocolate. Although on very long rides, that can actually be a good think to get you up and going.

6:11 p.m.  
Blogger John Mc said...

BTW

Is everyone aware of who Dara Torres is? Female US swimmer, 41 years old, just qualified for her 5th Olympics and set a US record of 24.38 in the 50 meters in the process. She also had a kid recently! I will be so pissed off if it turns out she was doping, but she has been tested very regularly so hopefully not. Its very inspirational. Sam's wanting to build muscle reminded me of her, her training is very stretch and muscle intensive, and she is ripped. Worth googling.

6:18 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you most kindly, I can manage most everything you mention except beer, I have taking an alarming liking to pear cider.

Thanks again pet!

Nonny

6:20 p.m.  
Anonymous problemchildbride said...

Dara Torres is incredible. She's in the best shape of her life and breaking her own records! I'll be really rooting for her at the Olympics.

I do a fair amount of weights work on my legs already but my upper body strength is pathetic and is what I'd like to improve. I seem to have hit a plateau and it doesn't help that I hate working my upper body, but with a plan and a proper diet schedule to work with, I feel a bit more motivated to make it happen.

Cheers, John!

Food I could eat every meal for ever: herring fried in oatmeal with potatoes and thick cut carrots. And then my granny's Eve's Pudding.

7:34 p.m.  
OpenID grimsaburger said...

Dara Torres is the awesomest.

I think I'd choose tiramisu for my one delicious thing. The first bite every time makes me wish mascarpone was drinkable. Or, because I grew up in the South, the poor man's fruity version, banana pudding. Again with the drinkability of pudding.
Of course, there are banana milkshakes, which I could slam down ruthlessly until I vomited, and feel no remorse.

7:58 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

I have seen that lady's abs, she is like my body idol. I covet her frame- but naturally am too lazy/addicted to beer and toast to do anything about.

8:48 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Hey Sam, what was Gamma Eve's pudding?

8:49 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

mmmilkshakes, dammit Grims, you just started the drools again.

8:51 p.m.  
Anonymous problemchildbride said...

Layers of apple with a sponge batter poured on top and all baked in the oven so that the apples stewed and the sponge rose but as it rose it drew some of the stewing apple juices up making the sponge all moist with a sticky golden top which caramelised round the edges of the dish.

Heaven. I've never had a version that was half as good as my granny's though. Some people put pre-stewed apple at the bottom or diced instead of sliced apple and it turns out different for that - the sponge too doesn't get that natural appley-caramely glaze. I haven't seen it to even have it for years now though. Think it's day might have passed.

9:03 p.m.  
Anonymous problemchildbride said...

The thick top crust is the best bit. With custard. Num. Am I allowed to include custard in my one dish forever?

9:05 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

FOR SURE! Nom nom nom.

9:11 p.m.  
OpenID grimsaburger said...

Sam, something like this? It sounds similar, and I'm now imagining slathering the thing in custard.
We get a basket of fruit and vegetables weekly throughout the summer, and the apple season that comes later presents some challenges. Have you ever tried to eat a dozen apples in a week?

9:53 p.m.  
Anonymous Manonymous said...

I once had a pudding that my granny made but it was made completely out of mud and pebbles but it was her own reciple and it was delicoious!

9:54 p.m.  
Blogger laughykate said...

FMC, please explain white pudding. When I first read that I was thinking, 'What, pavlova on toast? Milky bar on toast? Ice cream on toast?'

Then I had a thought.

And I remembered black pudding that you freaky-deaks eat.

And then I started to get very afraid.

Are they cousins? (She asks nervously.)

10:04 p.m.  
Anonymous problemchildbride said...

Grimsa, her's was less of a cake, and although it wasn't a steamed pudding exactly, the hot apple juice did steam the sponge. The bottom was all piping hot stewed apple slices so it was puddingy more than cakey. She did it in a pyrex bowl and served it with a big spoon digging down to the juicy apples below.

Haven't had that with apples but I remember one year we had a bumper crop of cukes and tomatoes in our garden in Minnesota. I exhausted every tomato recipe I could find until eventually we just ate tabouli for weeks and weeks. Gorgeous big multi-chambered heirlooms they were. The tastiest way to eat sunshine ... for about a fortnight, then it kinda got old.

I loved mud pudding! With custard, a'course.

10:14 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

White pudding- it's like ah, http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-white-pudding.htm

10:15 p.m.  
Blogger laughykate said...

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! YOU DOOOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNN'TTTTTT

Tell me it's not true.

10:26 p.m.  
Blogger grimsaburger said...

The "cake" is much less a cake than a squidgy moist sweet golden circle of goodness. I'd forgotten all about it until you mentioned your grandma's, and now I can't wait for apple season.

Ugh, we have a ton of cucumbers right now and Spouse is totally anti-cucumber (and oddly, pro-dill pickle). Can't even use the same cutting board after I've sliced some for myself. It's wrong, it is.

It's easier to eat a dozen apples in a week than a dozen cucumbers.

10:45 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Si Si! LK, it's EGGZACTLY like that, yummy!

And cucumbers are the devil's smsegma

11:12 p.m.  
OpenID grimsaburger said...

Not you too! What the hell?!

11:15 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Darling, cucumber tastes like clay that has been widdled on stray cats!

11:48 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

eeew is black pudding really made from blood, does it taste like when you cut your finger and you suck it, as a matter of fact you know people that get a rare stake in a restaurant and there is blood on the plate does it taste like real blood?? I have always gotten mixed opinions when I question this.

Nonny

12:29 a.m.  
Anonymous AM in Brussels said...

Yes... that's why it's also called blood pudding. It's because of the blood, see? :)

And rare steak is so delicious. But it tastes nothing like the blood when you cut yourself and suck it. It's just juicy. It's like a red gravy.

Also steak-tartar as served in France. Raw minced steak with raw onions, salt, pepper and maybe some other things, and a raw egg on top of it all. Sounds disgusting, but surprisingly good. I can't eat much of it - I think my brain kicks in and makes me realise what I'm eating, but not before I've had half of it already. In Belgium they have a similiar thing called "American", where the mince is ground much more finely and they put it on sandwiches and serve with pickled gerkins and pickled onions. I'm not such a fan of that one.

6:43 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Can't say I would be either, too raw. I wouldn't eat sweet-bread neither. Or liver or kidney or tongue or heart, it's not so much the taste, it's the texture. Gack.

8:59 a.m.  
Anonymous Manonymous said...

People should eat all the bits of the animals because it's rude not to eat their bits, imagein if you were an animal and you got slaughtere for food but they said your tongue or your heart even your heart wasn't good enough to eat well I'd be furious if I was the dead animnal even though I'd be dead it'd be an outrage, outrages I tells ya!!

Manonny

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder who Manonny or do we even have to guess.

Nonny

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Blogger fatmammycat said...

Don't know, just do what I do, ignore them.

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