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Do You Like Hospital Food?

Notes from a hospital bed: Words fail me
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It's a 'meal' that was served up yesterday to a child a day after he'd undergone an appendectomy.

What is it meant to be? And there is no room for improvement in NHS food?


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Oh, come on, Tim, that's a plate of appetising, politically-correct Jamie Oliver approved food. How could anyone not like that?

(Yeah, OK, it looks like a plate of sick)

It’s behavioural psychology in action – condition them to stay out of hospital from an early age.

"What is it meant to be?"

I'd guess cottage pie, gravy and spaghetti. 4 of your 5 a day in there - tomato, wheat, sugar beet and potato.

"Please sir, may I have some more?"

"Please sir, may I have some more?"

I'm sure it was cold, to boot.

Seriously british cooking doesn't exactly have a stellar reputation (the reputation isn't always deserved, but sterotypes are based on reality, normally).

I can only shudder at what british hospital food is.

hmm, seems like caterpillars in tomatosauce on the left and grubs in gravy on the right.

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