But in the post it would be turned to dust after many a pound, Unless disguised with helpful holograms from Hound! Maybe Arctic Roll is best kept for the Autobots, To stop them from getting nasty oil clots!
Haven't had a good curry this year yet. Unfortunately, the local Indian takeaway is in bandit country and after the trouble I got into last time walking there I decided rather firmly it was a no-go area. I'd like to not get my head caved in.
Supermarket ready-meal curries are ok sometimes but don't really cut it compared to a well-prepared fresh curry. Yum!
I've recently been enjoying my local takeaway's Chicken Tikka Dansak, done medium. Superb.
I had some home made sweet and sour chicken last night but didn't think much of it. I wasn't that it wasn't cooked right or anything its just that it was far too sweet for my liking. I prefer stuff like curry or if I was to have Chinese stuff I'd go for any noodle based dish.
I'll have to get a curry again sometime. There's a lovely curry house in my village that does excellent meals. The only problem is that their 'meals for one' are far too big for just me alone so I end up having to either throw the rest away that I can't eat or offer it to my sister (who is the only one in the house other than me who will touch foreign food.
I'm quite picky with Chinese food but the takeaway near Nick's does a fine 'Tray of Death': a big container of chips, fried rice and curry sauce. Throw in some Super Chicken Balls and the heart attack special is ready! Not at all healthy or at all adventurous, but a nice occasional treat.
Last Edit: Jul 15, 2009 20:13:36 GMT by The Doctor
Ah, Chinese, second only to the Mighty Pizza in the mind, and stomach, of shockprowl. Amoung my faves are: Chicken in OK sauce, Chicken Satay, or Chicken Fried Rice with a large tub of 'curry sauce'. Hmmmmm.
I was the one who let you know, I was your sorry ever after, '84, '85. Give me new toys and I'll decide, but I'm really only after, '84, '85.