Did you eat it? I wouldn't of touched those sausages if I were you, they look very dodgy...
I think you had something like that a while ago.1. Cream of chicken2. British NHS Sausages, soggy vegetables and a skinny big potato without crème fraîche3. a banana!! no custard!! bye-byeBarbara
I've said it before and I'll say it again. If RyanAir made sausages, they'd taste just like those. I think they're suitable for vegetarians there's that little meat in them. I managed one but was concerned if I could keep it down.
No it doesn't look right at all TM, I would not even give my dogs those sausages, they look unclean, once again the mandatory peas.Mushroom soup perhaps, though does mushroom soup come in a lovely grey colour.Thank goodness for the banana.
Well done! It i was mushroom soup. After I laced it with Aromat and black pepper it was edible.
I thought it was NHS mushroom soup! Glad you manage something! The sausages look worse than the ones we used to nuke in the pub I worked in as a student! And that is saying something! Ensure for supper perhaps? Just think, that is another you have survived the attempts to silence you with either lack of food or internet! One day closer to your next smoked salmon bagel!
The banana looked nice.
Do I get a prize for the guessing correctly TM.As long as it is not dinner for 300 in a NHS ward.
The soup looks like it's water that's been used to clean a paintbrush. The banana looks like the only edible thing. I bet that gravy is full of salt too. The banana looks like the only edible thing there. I don't wonder that you were worried about keeping the sausage down!
are you sure those were sausages?for humans? really?and what the hell was that round beige thing?rhonda ,usa
That round beige thing was a baked potato.
So glad you have told us what the round beige thing was... always suspicious of round beige things.
Somewhere in the Welsh valleys, possibly near the great sprawling megacity of the caterers contracted to the NHS, a chef is missing two fingers ..Dear God. I don't think I've seen a single appetising meal on your tray. That is, one that has been provided by the NHS caterers. The panini have been fab and may the people who have provided them prosper and grow old and happy, and the smoked salmon snacks have been wondrous, but really. They're trying to pass this all off as nutritious, healthy food and it's driving US up the wall let alone YOU.Oh, I meant to ask. What news from the silent grey wraiths of the DWP? Have they accepted yet that you are not sitting on some tropical beach somewhere, sipping at cocktails and trying to rob them, but languishing in a hospital bed with 10lbs of traction for added pain? How much evidence do they need for God's sake.I was going to say I'm about to have piping hot beans on toast with a bit of grated cheese on top, and a cuppa, but that probably sounds like heaven. And that's shocking.Toodle pip. You're an almost constant open tab here, apart from when I'm having a kip. Keep at it. Nil carborundum etc.
Ah... the DWP. Yes they have at last agreed that a man unable to walk may be entitled to a bit of mobility allowance. Jolly decent of them, don't you think? Quite rightly I won't get any money while I'm in hospital but I will when I get out. It should be just enough to pay my council tax. What Gordon giveth with one hand, he taketh away with the other. Amen.
At least the banana will pass through a stage where it's edible. The rest looks like it's already been passed through... something.
Are you sure the urology theatres have not been amputating willies today? Gross
Since when do sausages have knuckles?
Very ropey looking sausages I have to say, would like to know what the potato was like I have always had lovely Jacket Spuds in Hospital. The vegetables if you can call them that look a little papery and I was going to say cauliflower soup.Banana looks edible, Do you have a little secret stash under your bed TM.... mind you could you get to it even if you do. Hopefully not long now
A spot of mobility allowance. Well how jolly decent of the blighters. I sincerely hope they're never in your position TM and have to go through that hellish administrative rigmarole whilst nailed to a hospital bed. I'm still intrigued by those sausages. They don't look remotely attractive. Where are the patches of crunchy brown from being grilled, nay, toasted under a hot grill. Shoved in their thousands into large ovens to kill off any bacteria, more like.How much soft mush can a man cope with .. never anything to chew on. Mind you, the absolutely indescribable joy of getting back home to any decent food you care to name will be momentous. (Doesn't months of soft food start to affect the retaining mechanisms of the gums and jaws? I do hope not .. I shall go and do some Googling).
So the rack they have you on is not enough touture that they have to inflict more punishment with those dishes of gruel, I cannot show these pictures to my wife (who is American) as she believes all British food is shades of brown, this would only confirm her belief that Brits do not know how to cook. I feel for you. A Brit in the USA
Why not tell your wife that most of the kitchen staff are Polish? Hope that helps to keep the flag flying :-)
Those sausages must be th cheapest things they could find, probably frozen in a huge plastic bag kept alongside the big bags of plastic frozen veg. That is pathestic to offer that to someone who is ill. I wish I could have given you the pasta I made tonight with fresh veg picked straight from the garden.
I think you might havae been safer eating the silverfish found in the NHS Tayside Hospitals. They probably won't give you food poisoning
NHS Vasectomy recycling?????.........
Those cauliflower florettes again. Another turn of the screw. Like a leitmotif in a dystopian graphic novel by Alan Moore. Whoever heard of sausages with cauliflower florettes? These people are insane.
Is that an NHS label on the banana?
That's the Nhs tray it's resting on. Nice idea, though. Maybe they could sell NHS branded ready meals in supermarkets.
Hold on to any tray you have as you can make your own mini crazy golf course. Use sausages as golf clubs and peas as golf balls. Any splodge of gravy can be the pond, save any mash to form a bridge and place two carrot slices under it with a gap to drive the peas through.Cut broccolli florets up and use them as the rough.Save the chunks of mixed veg to build a wall with gaps , use the custard as cement.You could entertain yourself for hours with NHS food crazy golf game.Ness,,xx
try placing one of those sausages across your hip and call a nurse. When she walks in ask for a bottle .. she'll rush you down to Urology as quick as a flash for an expert opinion!chin up me ol' mucker :-)