What's hot this Valentine's?

Tell us what's hot for you and have some fun!

by: Cath Shone | 07 Feb 2013

 It's Valentine’s Day soon people. Take cover.

Or, let’s rather play a game. 

What do you reckon is Hot or Not for the month of love? Don’t roll your eyes. It’s fun. We've done it, and you can play too.

My What's Hot - and What's Not:

Hot: 30 second bacon and egg - because 30 seconds leaves a lot of time for other stuff.

Not: Crusty pancakes - tired, tired, tired.

Hot: Nespresso - it's life changing, like PVR.

Not: Plunger coffee - messy.

Hot: Apple crumble muffins - just look at the picture. Please.

Not: Macaroons - people can't even pronounce them properly.

Hot: Frozen Yoghurt  - one word... Wakaberry.

Not: Yoghurt - insipid.

Hot: Mexican spud skins - never been hotter!

Not: Avo Ritz  - WTF?

Hot: Sesame salmon  - sesameeeee... it just rolls off the tongue.

Not: Salmon mould –  didn't we just say mould?

Hot: The Bitches' Tits  - (do you want to be cool?).

Not: A stuffy "romantic" restaurant - (Or not?).

Hot: BBQ Bourbon Bananas  - I'm all over the Bourbon part. And the banana part.

Not: Steamed choc fondant - over it.

Hot: Silver Linings Playbook – because Bradly Cooper is well... crazy hot.

Not: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days - was funny. Once.

Hot: Buffet brunches - come hungry!

Not: High tea - "crick crick"

Hot: Naked cakes - they're naked.

Not: Fruit cakes - they're nuts.

Hot: Whoopie Pies - don't sit on them, please.

Not: Cupcakes - especially when used as a term of endearment!

Hot: Suprise picnic - salmon, champers, handcuffs.

Not: Mouldy roses in plastic wrapping - mouldy. Again.

So, now you too can play. Send us a list of your own What's Hot and What's Not and we'll send one lucky person a R500 Kalahari voucher. Now that's HOT.

Email us your list to editor@food24.com or post a comment below, give us a laugh and you could be a winner!


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