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This was an easy topic to write about. "My Least Favourite" had to be the offerings at school dinners. Like most people I hated them, especially the fatty meat, liver, red cabbage, sprouts and anything with hot milk such as custard and the milk puddings - rice, tapioca (nicknamed frog spawn or fish eye pud!) and semolina where I tried to eke out the miserable spoonful of jam to disguise the awful taste. Also among my dislikes, soggy bread & butter pudding and Queen's pudding (apart from the meringue topping), Menus did not seem to change much over my 13 years of school life.
I must admit I was a fussy and unadventurous eater as a child and it took me a long time to try anything new such as pizza and Chinese food. I am now into healthy eating, so will eat vegetables (even sprouts), I would not touch as a child.
But "No" - I have never come to like any of those awful school dinner dishes.