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Tim

If you had just one snack item for an observing/imaging session.....

What is your favourite astro-time snack?  

61 members have voted

  1. 1. What is your favourite astro-time snack?

    • Jaffa Cakes
    • Other biscuits (Digestives, Hob knobs etc)
    • Savoury snacks/Crisps etc
    • Chocolate bar (Mars, Snickers etc)


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Mine generally involves custard, last time out it was apple pie.

I've a profound lifelong love of custard, and the older I get the more I like custard.

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I've a profound lifelong love of custard, and the older I get the more I like custard.

^^ This :). I have been known to upset Mrs Black Knight by suggesting that her delightfully light and fluffy sponge cake wouldn't 'arf go down nice with a drop of custard! And while I do like the odd Jaffa cake or two, can I just use this opportunity to suggest a chocolate hobnob? Not to be confused with the common or garden chocolate-less hobnob of course! :).

Edited by Black Knight

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Next someone will suggest fish fingers and custard...

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If you had a lot of curry you wouldn't need a dew shield...

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can I just use this opportunity to suggest a chocolate hobnob? Not to be confused with the common or garden chocolate-less hobnob of course! :).

A whole packet of them with a nice big mug of sweet tea!! ;)

but then again some Ambrosia Custard and one of those treacle sponge pudding's!! :):D

just looked in the cupboard and her in doors has 2 of these, I qoute: A moist all butter chocolate sponge with Belgian Chocolate and a melting centre of smooth rich Belgian Chocolate ganache sauce!!

I wonder if she'll miss one!! :)

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Its a really bad idea to eat outside at night as the smell of the food will attract urban foxes (not the glasier mint type either). Lets face it...when face to face with a hungry angry fox you WILL defend yourself by throwing a packet of Jaffa Cakes at it.

Dont believe me? take a look at this:

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Edited by LukeSkywatcher

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Official Cake/biscuit definition:

If you leave it out overnight and it goes soft , its a biscuit, if you leave it out and it goes hard, its a cake.

FX:- "Money in tin"

I gotta say I really admire your willpower!!!

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Droewors. Ticks all the boxes for me, including not being "crummy" and not transferring to the fingers stuff that ought to be kept away from optics.

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Well, Jaffa Cakes are winning hands down at the moment, any more voters before they get handed the astro snack crown?

:)

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I can only assume that those who voted for Jaffa cakes, excellent as they are, have never tasted droewors.... :-)

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None of the choices offered!!

Don't like jaffa cakes (ducks behind large object :()

For me, it's got to be a bacon butty :)

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Anything that's not too crumbly or difficult to eat will do me. Jaffa cakes are certainly a favourite. Warm foods are good on cold nights. I quite like those Muller rice pudding things heated up in the microwave.

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Chocy Digestives and a cuppa... However, Jaffa Cakes work equally well ... so....

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