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Jahulaye | 20:26 Tue 13th Feb 2018 | Food & Drink
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I had ravioli out of a can yesterday and wondered where sells the best tasting shop bought ravioli that you’ve tasted?

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Oh no, tinned ravioli tastes like 1960s food.
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LOOL, hopkirk I wasn’t born then so I’ll take your word for it.

For pudding you could have the luxury of tinned peaches with evaporated milk.
I well remember evaporated milk from the 50s and 60s. We had it every Sunday on tinned fruit.
Heinz Ravioli is one of my jetlag foods. It's disgusting but it has it's place. I can remember the first ads "Little pasta parcels packed with a rich beefy filling" circa 1970 something
You still can.
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Is that a 60’s dessert? Lol, reminds me of me and my dad going to one of his friends for dinner and being served a prawn cocktail in a long glass, my dad nodded at his friend and Said “ The 70’s called, they want their prawn cocktail back” we lolled hard.
Blehhh...tinned ravioli, spaghetti, or meatballs makes me feel green.
Not to mention Vesta dried meals, curry, chow mein, paella.
Prawn cocktail starter.

Black Forest gateaux for pudding.

@ 20:32,
What does LOOL mean?
I understand LOL but not LOOL
Sorry Jahulaye, we haven't answered your question.

I would suggest Waitrose or M&S.
That was the Berni inns. It's all they ever sold. Prawn cocktail for starter, steak chips and peas and Black Forest Gateau.
I used to love tinned ravioli on toast with cheese sprinkle on top. Can't eat it now, but it was my fav food up to a year ago
You could opt for orange juice as a starter!
I've not had pasta in ages, but Sainsbury's Taste the Difference was quite good.
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Baldric “LOOL means "Laughing Outlandishly or outrageously loud”

It’s like “lol” but louder and longer
^ with a piece of toast and some grated parmesan
Sorry, my answer was to Islay
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So your name should be “pastaonceinawhilefreak, lol

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