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Favourite Low Fly Tucker?
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Come on then chaps whats your favourite tucker for a cold hillside?
I'm quite partial to a tin of Asda's Irish stew in my food flask- beats a soggy ham butty any day! Also never leave home without jaffa cakes and a flask of finest Yorkshire tea.
Whats on everybody else's menu?

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I almost always have a cooked breakfast before going up the hill, this usually keeps me going to the end of the day with just a Tuna, Cucumber and Mayo sandwich around lunchtime.



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I made the mistake of having a full English from the little thief before climbing Bluebell for the first time and when I was a little more rotund, it didn't taste quite so good coming back up.  Bad

Partial to a Jaffa cake or two.


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I made the mistake of having a full English from the little thief before climbing Bluebell for the first time and when I was a little more rotund, it didn't taste quite so good coming back up.  Bad

Partial to a Jaffa cake or two hundred.


Edited it for you mate Bomb


Normally a Dinkys on the way at Shrewsbury, other than just general rubbish food, cold drink and some sandwiches from Tesco in Welshpool  Pardon


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I swear by tomato soup with chilli from a well know soup making company, although the day I found out my thermos no longer worked as required was a disappointment to say the least.

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stuff myself with a big meal the night before then tend not to eat until I'm off the Hill and on the way home
(can You say "Double Bacon Cheeseburger with 2 Large Fries please" lol )



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Cereal with banana for breakfast....couple of sandwiches,packet of crisps, fill the flask with hot water and take coffee sachets and cuppa soup....choice of both.
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When it comes to this sort of thing, myself and Tom are what you would call fat barstewards. Normally have something small like a brioche, pain au chocolat or a croissant at the bottom, just before I start. Then on top I normally have a 6 pack of scotch pancakes that myself, Tom and anyone else who fancies one have, with a flask of either tea made at home, or water with coffee satchets if I feel like it.

Lunch is normally a mahoosive pasty, something like a Cornish or a Welsh Oggie. Then all through the day I'm snacking on cereal bars and the like, things that are high in energy so I don't miss a thing!!

One day I will have something like a full English, always loved them when I was in the ATC before a mountain climb.

Cheers,

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Myself I have a couple of high energy drinks going up hill sometimes they work and chocky bars and small cakes but thinking of getting a flask and taking a big mug and some soups in sachets for a warm drink, thanks to the Old Git Dave had a spare beef drink last time on the Bwlch, I also have a bag of cheesy nibbles to get us home back for a proper meal.

mm I feel hungry now Pardon  Drinks or Beer

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