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    Haggis innabag can be boiled in a pan without any prep - serve with pitta bread.

    A.N. Other Forumite par-frys sausages the night before, then boils them for minimal off-rail time the next day.

    Biltong is also nice, but I like to keep the universe in balance with the yin of the Pork Pie and the yang of the Scotch Egg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prv View Post
    Pasties.

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    One on my mates swears by oat cakes with marmite for the middle washed down with bovril.

    Mind you back in my days in the engineroom middle watch potmess heated with a steam drain was by far the best in any weather or climate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Comrade Red View Post
    Oh no. no, No, NOOO.
    Heh - must admit I wasn't thinking of such traditions when I had a box of pasties on board last year. Although, being cheapo supermarket examples with minced insides, no crimp, and dodgy pastry, they were quite a long way from being Cornish pasties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxi77 View Post
    One on my mates swears by oat cakes with marmite for the middle washed down with bovril.

    Mind you back in my days in the engineroom middle watch potmess heated with a steam drain was by far the best in any weather or climate.

    +1 for oat cakes - the rough variety...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pagoda View Post
    +1 for oat cakes - the rough variety...
    There is only one sort of oatcake and it comes from Stoke.

    It's best filled with bacon and cheese and can be kept wrapped in foil ready to deploy.

    However if it really is rough then cup a soup and dry bread it is...



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    Has to be Pot Noodles or Ginsters. Nothing like a warm steak bake on a rough cold night. Hot chocolate to drink goes down nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaunksb View Post
    There is only one sort of oatcake and it comes from Stoke.

    It's best filled with bacon and cheese and can be kept wrapped in foil ready to deploy.

    However if it really is rough then cup a soup and dry bread it is...
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldvarnish View Post
    I am firmly in the Cup-a- Soup camp, but I'm expecting someone to come up with a puree made from a Fray Bentos pie.
    Thinking about it, not a bad idea.

    We've had FB chopped up in a bowl with baked beans, so you can eat it with a spoon. Ginsters pasties are a favourite as well.

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    Pot noodles Sorry, already been mentioned.
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