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Tonight is british food appreciation night.

>> No.19642634

>>19642626
wtf is a bento? do bongs really?

>> No.19642635

>>19642626
why are your nails painted, homo?

>> No.19642637

>>19642626
>british food

>consists of american beans and indian curry

>> No.19642642
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>>19642635
That's my wife's hand. She is british.

>> No.19642646 [DELETED] 

>>19642642
You wife has very mannish hands, but I suppose she is British like you said.

>> No.19642647
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>>19642626
Picked this up at a specialty store. Hope it’s good

>> No.19642654

>>19642637
doing my duty in supporting the colonies

>> No.19642666
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>>19642646
Not really she has very dainty, spindley fingers.

>>19642647
This is some bullshit her mother would buy.

>> No.19642668

>>19642626
what the fuck is that can opener, why doesn't the final handle hinge back around to use it like a crank instead of like a retarded wrench

>> No.19642673
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What do I put this on? I see what’s written on the bottle but what kinds of pies, puddings, sauces?

>> No.19642678

>>19642668
It has a really obvious pin and forked area for handle to pivot into, what are you on about?

>> No.19642686

>>19642626
disgusting hand

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>>19642668
It's like a normal can opener just with a crank...

>>19642673
On this particular pie? Maybe hot sauce or some sweet and sour?

>> No.19642743

>>19642626
Heinz is the worst beans. Branston is best. Fray Bentos pie is best as a meat pie like minced beef & onion or steak & kidney

>> No.19642754

>>19642647
Its great. I just ran out of my bottle. Its not cheap though. Just annoyingly only comes in glass bottles. Their jams are top tier

>> No.19642757 [DELETED] 

>>19642646
>>19642686
Post your wife's hand then

>> No.19642766

>>19642757
by the looks of those fingernails her breath and snatch smell worse than her asshole after eating those beans

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>>19642757
low blow anon

>> No.19642806

>>19642626
It's the season for grouse, and you're doing boring canned shit. Hang your head in shame.

>> No.19643180

drown in hell multinigger for showing off such poverty ridden fag food

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>>19642642
>That's my wife's hand.
how large is your wifes penis?

>> No.19644473

>>19642634
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fray_Bentos

>> No.19644621

>>19644473
Huh, neat. Thanks anon. I knew a guy who basically lived on Fray Bentos straight out of the tin and I always thought it was an unusual name when I saw him eating them. I hadn't thought about the company in years, their history is actually fascinating.
>In 1865, Liebig's Extract of Meat Company was founded in Britain by German chemist Justus von Liebig. The company established a factory in Uruguay to manufacture a beef extract product that would later be sold under the name Oxo.
>Its popularity was such that the term "Fray Bentos" was used as slang by soldiers to mean "good".
>One of the early British tanks that fought at the Battle of Passchendaele was given the nickname "Fray Bentos", because the men inside felt like tinned meat.
>As a result of the demand for Fray Bentos products during World War II the Uruguayan currency became more valuable than the US dollar.
>In 2015, the original factory was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

>> No.19644629

>>19642626
>not using Oxo good grips

Only opener I've found that doesn't get destroyed by Fray Bentos.

Also, their steak and kidney puddings are great.

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>>19642626
I forgot the end result. Pic related.

>>19644629
Interestingly they suggested two types of specific can openers on the back.

>> No.19644748

>>19644663
Haven't had a Fray Bentos pie for years, interesting they now mention the tin-opener, if I recall they were always a bit temperamental.

Bit of brown sauce and I'd scoff that down.

>> No.19644821

>>19642634
>bento (british)
>"WTF IS THIS DO BRITS REALLY"
>bento (Japanese
>"Wow they have such a good approach to food I wish we could do the same"

>> No.19645562

>>19644821
Fray Bentos isn't British but whatever, be forever assmad about Japan you fucking tourist.

>> No.19645622

>>19642626
Never tried, sounds interesting.

>> No.19645633

>bento
KYS fucking weeb

>> No.19645827

>>19645562
Yes it is

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>>19642626
Justify this.

>> No.19645844

>>19642626
I'd say with a pie like that you're better off having mashed potato, beef gravy from granules and garden peas

or thick steak-cut style fries

you should try out making a sunday roast dinner, with stork brand lard for roasting your potatoes

>> No.19645881

>>19645834
It's just salad dressing nerd.

>> No.19645886

>>19645562
tiggered

>> No.19645966

>>19645844
>stork brand lard
Fuck no, goose fat or beef dripping, accept no substitutes

>> No.19646007

Bongs can't cuisine.
Its just how it is.
Cant cope. Cant rope.
You just have to suffer all away.

>> No.19646482

>>19645827
No it isn't.

>> No.19646868

>>19642626
I'm british and I've literally never eaten Fray Bentos. If we're talking about British food I just had two scotch eggs as a midnight snack

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Should I buy it bong bros? Amazon is the cheapest price for it.

>> No.19647214

>>19647117
>$30 total
go to a pub with food and you could get two fresh pies for that price

>> No.19647225

>>19642626
100% a man's hand lol

>> No.19647256

>>19646482
Yes it is? Then what country is it from then?

>> No.19647265

>>19647117
That delivery is brutal. The pies cost about £2 rrp. So its like £15 each. Id look on a British food site. Might be on there and can get more variety tagges on the order and not be ripped off as much on such expensive delivery for 2 things

>> No.19647511

>>19642743
>Heinz is the worst beans.
Supermarket cheap beans are the worst. Very cheap, very sugary, not well cooked or tasty.

>> No.19647609

>>19645966
Goose fat is for rich toffs and lard is basically the most reasonable way of having beef dripping at any time

>> No.19647690

>>19645844
Beef gravy with balti? You’re insane!

>> No.19647821

>>19642743
100% Branston beans are superior

>> No.19647829

>>19647117
It’s not great. Nowadays there’s bugger all meat in them and you nearly always slice a finger off opening the tin. It’s 99 percent pastry

>> No.19647834

I think I might make some fried fish with freedom fries tonight. I'm not British, but I like the combo. It's almost like eating American junk food, especially if you add plenty of salt and msg.

>> No.19647841

>>19647690
Most pies to me taste of horrible dry pastry, I can never actually taste the filling.

So to me the gravy would be essential, to mask the flavourless pastry. I hate pies.

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You people actually eat this?