vegetarian mousaka ?
Maybe you only THINK this was photographed before being eaten...
I agree with Deb. Ugh. *gag*
Remember that Star Trek episode where they are on a mining planet with a creature called a "Hoarta". It bored through the rock using acid it excreeted. Kind of a cross between a pizza and a muffin.
Nope - definately seen that before, generally on the pavement - around Park Lane area - especially in December - Xmas lunches etc etcyeauuuuch!Cats' Mother
I have stared at the pic for 10 minutes and I STILL dont believe its edible.
If I needed to save my life by naming this meal correctly....I would be a goner.
My cat threw up something similar last night !!!
Now back in the 1970s & 80s Batchelor's Foods sold pots of dried peppers, useful for students and single professionals. So I plump for Batchelor's dried peppers in Primary School Gloy sauce with carbonised gratin dauphinois (helps to remove the glycoalkaloids). Differential diagnosis:- Gratin Languedocien or melanzane alla parmigiana by a chef whose ambition is greater than his abilities.For non-UK readers, Gloy:- Cheap brand of non-toxic school glue used by infant & junior schools that couldn't afford anything better, safe for children to eat & a staple part of school dinners until the 1980s, completely lacking in any kind of adhesive qualities - except when adhesion wasn't required.JohnB
I guess it is a mixture of potato slices, peas, mushrooms, dried tomatoes, beans and sweetcorn baked in bechamel with cheese over it. I remember you cannot eat sweetcorn though.best wishes - barbara (styria)
It was vegetable moussaka.
Looked like cold hotpot but I'll take your word for it. This made me laugh out loud. I don't know how they dare put this in front of someone who's ill. The sooner you're out of there the better.
That's disgusting.Having spent just over 24 hours in hospital to have thyroid removed :O .. that's all the time u get in aus folks .. I wasn't fed a real meal to compare but the sandwiches for lunch were by far an improvement on the stuff they serve you :(
i would gladly prefer to eat my pet rabbit's dry pellets than put my fork anywhere near THAT. Was it cooked or taken from a toxic wastage dump?