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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by metame, Oct 11, 2013.
What do you eat on bonfire night?
Do you do anything special?
I specially make sure I'm in with the dogs
Not anymore I don`t no, but years ago when I was young we always used to have a bonfire at home, mum used to do use jacket potatoes and soup. I might actually do that this year if my husband is home. I have come over all nostalgic thinking back to those days
I'm in a conversation on a chat room nd apparently i not allowed hot dogs on bonfire night because they're too american :laugh:
Can't say I've ever eaten anything different on bonfire night
We will have fireworks and bonfire. To eat we have pie and peas, hot dogs and onions.......... My fav bit is the peas, with mint sauce,
see, hot dogs!
we used to have hot dogs too!
Hamburgers, Hotdogs, Jacket Spuds and roast chestnuts
I make sure I'm in with Buddy. Don't eat anything special apart from treacle toffee lollies.
I love hot dogs but gotta have onions. We all stand outside eating too, its all part of it!
Someone in our house suggested jacket potatoes and chill this year for a change but they were soon told to shut it lol
I always used to make lamb hotpot ( blackpudding is a must ) , mushy peas , onions , beetroot , red cabbage .... delish if i do say so myself lol
When my nan was alive we used to also have grey pea's and bacon on bonfire night, was delish!
We all used to stand outside with white polystyrene cups filled with the stuff
im excited for bonfire night now ...... and hungry
we only ever have sparklers, if that.
we have sparklers too and fireworks but only the small garden stuff, wouldnt want to scare local wildlife. IMO the bigger stuff should only be on one night at organized displayed. *gets off fireworks soapbox*
Grey peas ? enlighten me please never heard of them , but willing to give them a go
Soup and Jacket potatoes with a choice of either Chilli or bolognese topping
& Mulled Cider and wine for the grown up
Bonfire Night is the best night of the year.
marshmallows for the kids..big and small.lol
and after the fireworks we open the beers.
I've not done anything past few years but I do like parkin cake.
Please check for hedgehogs in the bonfire before you light it..good practise is to move the bonfire to another area before you light to ensure no hog has made it it's home..