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What has been the worst meal you have ever made or had?

  1. Lynda Lou profile image74
    Lynda Louposted 7 years ago

    What has been the worst meal you have ever made or had?

  2. baotintuc24h profile image56
    baotintuc24hposted 7 years ago

    Estonian Airlines

    Appetizer with a little cold rice and peas, sweet corn, olive oil. Meals with the Baltic Sea herring. Also used by passengers to guess that this meal, potato salad dishes as jewelry back, in addition to lettuce goes well find it difficult to swallow, tomato pieces to paint colors, the bread also hot when passengers hand but perhaps the plane had to staff a bit long in the microwave. On the dessert dishes are made passenger dyspepsia, pale and without any special flavor

  3. Sarah Masson profile image70
    Sarah Massonposted 7 years ago

    I was at a friends place and had to eat sheppards pie and it made me gag

  4. Mekenzie profile image84
    Mekenzieposted 7 years ago

    As a newlywed I went to great lengths to impress my inlaws as I prepared the first meal I had ever made for them.  Everything looked wonderful.  When I went to carve the Chicken it felt like carving cardboard.  I was totally perplexed.  My mother-in-law asked if I still had the packaging for the Chicken.  I showed it to her and she began to laugh.  She said, Mekenzie this is a stewing Hen not a chicken.  The cooking methods for a stewing hen are very different than roasting a chicken.  I was so embarrased and disappointed .. but it created a funny memory for our future which we visit and laugh about from time to time.

  5. L a d y f a c e profile image77
    L a d y f a c eposted 7 years ago

    The first time I ever made steak - never forget it.

    Came from a home that never had steak. Came from an Irish home, they actually did boil everything.

    I put the steak in the frying pan with water and boiled it.

    Neither of us ate it.

    Not even the dog ate it. Took a sniff, chewed it a second and then left it there on the floor. lol

    (I now know how to cook a steak)

  6. HomeInsights profile image61
    HomeInsightsposted 7 years ago

    Had a terrible steak and chips meal in a restaurant which for obvious reasons shall not be named. The food was tasteless and quite frankly horrible, horrible. So horrible I have never been back and I have never forgotten how bad the restaurant was every time I walk by it. However, it just so happens that this restaurant has quite recently re-branded but I can still spot it from a mile off. I'm not an elephant but in this case I will never forget.

  7. cheapsk8chick profile image54
    cheapsk8chickposted 7 years ago

    I made a healthy version of Shepherd's Pie from a diet cookbook.  One of my family members managed to choke a bit of it down, but the rest of us just tossed it and went without that night.

 
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