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What is your emergency late evening food?

Discussion in 'suburban75' started by bi0boy, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. bi0boy

    bi0boy Power User

    So you're at home and it's half ten at night. Despite having had dinner three hours ago you suddenly feel ravenously hungry and fear you may not make it through the night without additional sustenance prior to bed. You enter the kitchen and reach for the....?

    For me it's usually a lump of cheddar cheese, or if I'm particularly hungry it'll be bread, marmite and peanut butter.
  2. killer b

    killer b Ennui Rollins

    peanut butter butty pretty much every time.
    abstract1 and twentythreedom like this.
  3. Geri

    Geri wasn't born to follow

    Cheese & pickle, or toast, or a spoonful of peanut butter.

    Try not to eat after my tea though.
  4. twentythreedom

    twentythreedom doesn't like the cut of your jib

    peanut butter on buttered toast or weetabix
  5. mr steev

    mr steev unkempt clacker

    Biscuits or cake if there's any about generally.
    But I do often go for a chunky cheese sandwich of some sort. Probably with marmite and/or pb and/or pickled onion

    It depends on whether it had been more a beer or a smoking evening :)
  6. QueenOfGoths

    QueenOfGoths Fuck you Dave!

    Toast. With cheese preferably but toast and marmite/marmalade/jam/peanut butter is acceptable as well.
  7. twentythreedom

    twentythreedom doesn't like the cut of your jib

  8. machine cat

    machine cat nod from the big man as kosher Banned

    cheese toasties (i'm having some now)
  9. Edie

    Edie Well-Known Member

    This is sum total of food in house: kellogs variety packs and half pint of warm milk (no working fridge), loaf of bread and robinsons strawberry jam (no spread or butter tho), 1 corona and half a bottle of wine. I NEED some cheese :mad:

    eta: this is cos the kitchen is half ripped out.
  10. blairsh

    blairsh Parts unknown

    Tonight its cheapo skips but usually its a cheese sandwich.
  11. Mrs Magpie

    Mrs Magpie On a bit of break...

    I'm due for that soon...My kitchen cupboards are in a state of collapse and it just has to be done.
  12. Edie

    Edie Well-Known Member

    By the time we decided enough was enough we had to turn the grill on with a pair of pliers, only open the drawers in a certain order or they collapsed and could only keep a bag of peas in the freezer compartment of the fridge cos the little door was broken. You get the to stage where you think it's normal, then a stranger reaches for a teaspoon in the top draw (which under no circumstance can be opened first) and you have to shout "STOP!!!!" or they'll end up with a crushed foot. That's when you know it's time lol.
  13. Mrs Magpie

    Mrs Magpie On a bit of break...

  14. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

    waffles in the toaster! bit of ketchup and plamil no egg fakey mayo
  15. geminisnake

    geminisnake a complex mass of conflicting ideas

    Sesame seed crispbread, with butter or peanut butter.
  16. twentythreedom

    twentythreedom doesn't like the cut of your jib

    Digestives with butter and a slice of cheddar.... *grumbling tummy*:mad:
  17. Espresso

    Espresso Well-Known Member

    If I'm drinking, three or four crumpets with cheese or pate or salami or other similar lardyarsed thing.
    If I'm not drinking, pickled cauliflower is the current snack of choice.
  18. spanglechick

    spanglechick High Empress of Dressing Up

    cereal. but i'm not ususally a big night-time eater. I need my extra meal at about 4pm.
  19. Mrs Magpie

    Mrs Magpie On a bit of break...

    Toast and marmite, or toast with very dark bitter marmalade.
  20. Vintage Paw

    Vintage Paw dead stare and computer glare

    A slice of your finest Jarlsberg cheese. Or just some cheddar on some cream crackers. Anything that doesn't really require preparation or take longer than 45 seconds to make. If I'm hungry at night, I want to eat there and then, no faffing around.

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