Comments for en-gb 30 Thu 02 Jul 2015 17:20:39 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at David_McNickle Anne P 10, The first time (1972) I bought a tin of peas in England I was shocked to see that they were dyed bright green. I was used to the grey-green color. Thu 11 Sep 2008 09:08:55 GMT+1 Anne P. David (8) didn't know that Americans called it cauliflower 'and', but for the Brits, yes. Agree about the peas, though you can get them in tins or jars here too. Wed 10 Sep 2008 16:50:16 GMT+1 David_McNickle Either those peas in photo three are overcooked or they are like those served in France from a tin. Wed 10 Sep 2008 16:16:28 GMT+1 David_McNickle tncl 7, Do all Brits say 'cauliflower cheese' and all Americans 'cauliflower and cheese'? (Same with macaroni.) Wed 10 Sep 2008 16:03:59 GMT+1 thenicecatlady We're having cauliflower cheese with potatoes and carrots and possibly a few frozen peas (well they won't be frozen when we eat them) to give some nice colour! Wed 10 Sep 2008 15:54:47 GMT+1 David_McNickle A photo with cigarettes in it! Tut tut! Where's my slugs on lettuce? Wed 10 Sep 2008 15:41:08 GMT+1 David_McNickle We're having fish pie tonight, but mashed potatoes don't make for a very exciting photograph. Maybe with a sprig of parsley on top. Wed 10 Sep 2008 15:39:21 GMT+1 David_McNickle Eddie 3, Don't forget my gourmet snack. Wed 10 Sep 2008 15:23:31 GMT+1 eddiemair Yes there is a point. Try clicking on SPECIAL: Food on the right of the page for the origin of the story. We'll stop when we've done them all. Hugs. Wed 10 Sep 2008 12:46:21 GMT+1 Chris Ghoti It may seem churlish to ask, but is there in fact any particular point to all these threads called 'food' and pictures of people's meals? If there is, what is it, and if there isn't, when do you plan to stop having them? Wed 10 Sep 2008 12:37:54 GMT+1 ValeryP Mmm-m-m-ust be lunchtime Wed 10 Sep 2008 11:41:12 GMT+1