Forget fish reproductive slime; try cheese and marmite on toast, culinary nirvana.
I'm with you there mate but the absolute best has to be cheese on toast with strawberry jam on top....... I don't like "jam" on its own but the combination of a well grilled cheese on toast with a jam topping is absolutely incredible.
The only time I had caviar was back in 1979 when I worked in the Cumberland Hotel (Marble Arch) in London...... I didn't like it then and have never had it since..... it was served on a slice of brown bread with some lemon...... it tasted like salty mini balls of salty mini balls, a bit like semen (apparently)..... the only thing that improved the experience was the squirt of fresh lemon over it and, even then, it is not an experience I would like to repeat.
Same goes for oysters..... slimy, disgusting, bottom feeding shell dwellers...... you don't even get to chew them........ "swallow it don't chew it"....... I'd rather swallow a glass of water than ingest one of those slimy things.
The pretentious really do have to suffer when it comes to food..... give me a plate of bacon and eggs any day over that load of bollocks (and vagina) the rich ponces class as " haute cuisine" and actually EAT (to show their fellow idiot pretentious friends that they can afford fish eggs) it and pretend to enjoy it.
The same twats who detect a hint of "Vanilla" or "tarmacaddam" in a glass of wine........ wine is wine, it gets you pished, it's revolting stuff and has always gone right through me....... the only thing I have ever "detected" from it was the requirement of plenty of toilet paper the day after..... That "Oz Clarke" bloke must spend his life shitting red hot sand out of his arse!........ "raspberries, molasses and cumin with a strong hint of peaches".......
The only "strong aroma" will be thanks to him shitting his guts out the next day and pebble dashing a wall with his aroma.
You are spot on Rox, Cheese on toast is the best (it will always be so), I'll try it with a bit of Marmite tomorrow, thanks for the tip.
Rourke's Drift 1879, I bet those MEN would have liked a piece of cheese on toast: