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    Chips, meat, veg here I sneak chips while everyone's meal comes out, then I eat the meat because it's my fav, and veggies last because I pick at them while conversation draws out (to be social). I also never say no to desert, we don't have it at home very often so it's a rare treat

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Imagine this pub meal (and also imagine you like everything on the plate so you can make substitutions if you like):

    Chicken parmigiana with chips/wedges and veg. My veg are like peas, corn, carrots and cauliflower/broccoli.

    How do you eat it?

    So...do you feel strange if certain foods are touching? Do you eat a bit of everything in isolation in a pattern ie some chicken, then some chips, then some veg and back to chicken? Do you eat all of something first then move on and eat all of something else? Do you put a mixture of foods on your fork? Do you start with your favourite bit of the dish or save your favourite until last? Or other stuff I haven't thought of?
    I would never order or eat that meal. I'd eat the veges and that's it.

    I don't care how my food is on the plate. I just eat it before my kids steal my food.

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    Aside from the fact that I hate chicken parmigiana (chicken and tomato sauce ... Vomit!!) ... I'm definitely a 'perfect bite' type girl. I always get a bit of everything on each forkful. It's quite disgusting how much I can shove into my mouth at one time :/

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    I just realised having been veto for about a month now I don't actually eat parties anymore… Now I think I'm gonna miss them...

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    Never really thought about it but i tend to have a couple chips first then mix each forkfull to get something of everything

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    I don't do Parma, so I'll pretend it's a schnitzel or steak. Plus I only get salad when I'm out, never hot veg. I've had my share of overcooked veg in my time!

    I'll eat a few chips first to clear space to properly be able to cut up the meat. Then I'll eat the meat. This is what I've paid the $20-$30 for, so I'm going to make it worth my while. Then I'll pick at a few more chips until I feel guilty. Then I'll eat my salad (once I've picked out the cucumber... blergh). If I have room I'll then finish the chips. Unless I'm at hogs breath in which case I'll eat all the chips before the salad, because they're chips are delicious. Salad is always last because it's already cold. It's not like it can go hot/cold and be unpleasant.


 

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