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What are your favourite flavours?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by lanokia, Nov 25, 2015.

  1. lanokia

    lanokia Star commenter

    For me, cherry, marzipan, coffee.

    Recently developed a real taste for peanut butter.

    Oh and honey in tea. Takes all sorts...
  2. lanokia

    lanokia Star commenter

    Garlic is a good one... ah yes wild garlic or ransoms... lovely smell in the woods around May [I think it's May]
  3. RedQuilt

    RedQuilt Star commenter

    Cheese (any sort will do), really good fresh bread, passion fruit.
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  4. Morninglover

    Morninglover Star commenter


    Also lemon when in a 'tarte au citron'!
  5. Lascarina

    Lascarina Star commenter

    Cheese, Marmite, sour cherry, almond, raspberry, Alfonso mango
  6. cosmosinfrance

    cosmosinfrance Star commenter

    Sour cherry, almond, lemon, coffee, garlic
  7. foxtail3

    foxtail3 Star commenter

    Coffee too, but that's as much to do with the smell of fresh coffee brewing.

    Good quality chocolate, curry spices, marzipan, sour cherry, peach, lime.
  8. Orkrider2

    Orkrider2 Star commenter

    Vinegar. Love the stuff. Have it on almost everything.

    Also like chocolate (obvs), and the almond flavour in marzipan.

    I'm really into cauliflower at the moment. Especially roasted with a honey glaze.
  9. Lascarina

    Lascarina Star commenter

    You are posh, Orkrider! You'll be telling us next that you like chargrilled lettuce.
  10. InkyP

    InkyP Star commenter

    So many flavours to like - roast potatoes, bacon sandwiches, Lancashire hotpot with red cabbage, toast and butter, tandoori chicken - all these off the top of my head, I could go on for ever.

    Can we have the recipe for roasted cauliflower with a honey glaze please?
  11. lanokia

    lanokia Star commenter

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  12. Lascarina

    Lascarina Star commenter

    Why do you need a recipe? Can't you just smear some honey over some cauli florets and bake them?
  13. lanokia

    lanokia Star commenter

    Long time ago my Dad grew veg in our garden. He was good at it. One year he grew cauliflower. He grew a ton. My mum didn't know what to do with it but they are the post-war generation so waste-not want-not she froze it. In the huge cavernous freezer.

    Then my dad got a promotion, to Paris... so we needed to eat up the food.

    We had cauliflower cheese for weeks and weeks...

    As a family it use to be a fav. Not anymore... but I'm willing to try roast cauli.
  14. Orkrider2

    Orkrider2 Star commenter

    Yeah, it's not technical at all. You just chop up a cauliflower, stick it on a roasting tray and brush with a combo of olive oil and honey then in the oven until the centres of the florets are nice and soft and it's started to go all crunchy round the edges. Probably like half an hour at 200 is about right (but to be fair, everything I cook is initially subjected to 200 for half an hour at which point I make a further assessment so it's entirely possible that isn't optimum cooking temp or time at all!) I'm sure it'd be pretty good with olive oil and garlic salt too.

    Ugh, no! Lettuce is just crunchy water. Waste of plate space! I do like cabbage that's been sauted with a bit of garlic salt and white wine vinegar. :)
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  15. Lascarina

    Lascarina Star commenter

    Parle tu francais, mon petit chou fleur?
  16. Lascarina

    Lascarina Star commenter

    I rest my case!
  17. lexus300

    lexus300 Star commenter

    Definitely honey in tea.
    Raw ginger in all its forms, I am addicted.
  18. InkyP

    InkyP Star commenter

    Put it in the oven raw or parboil it? Not really a recipe just a hint.
    Edit: just seen your post. Thanks, I'll try it.
  19. lindenlea

    lindenlea Star commenter

    Caramel and fudge. Generally I like savoury flavours but there's nothing like that intense sweetness.
  20. FairyHoneyPeaches

    FairyHoneyPeaches Occasional commenter

    The taste of Chicken Marengo

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