Hello and Greetings my Bearded Soldiers, it’s me your Bearded Captain, leader of all Beards and flag bearer of all Beards on digital and digital broadcasting media. I am that Beard who tries to make people laugh and I am that Beard who tries to make people smile.
My Bearded Kings, I pray you’re well, looking after yourselves and your Beards! Brothers, we need to talk about an important issue in the life of Beards, the issue of when food tastes good hot and cold.
To put this out there, immediately … my Scottish friends, nope I am not talking about fried Mars bars. I have not tasted this, but it sounds extremely disgusting! It’s like coke and milk 2.0. As this is my opinion, another candidate that doesn’t make the list is bread.
Warm bread (toast) and well cold bread is cold bread, but it doesn’t tickle my fancy. In this sense I am weird I admit this, when it comes to a salad sandwich I have it on a baguette Subway style or on toast.
To clarify what makes it on my list … is pizza. Of course when it’s hot and the cheese string stretches as you break it off from your pizza it’s divine and the warm pizza slice and the heavenly taste that drops in your mouth can’t be put into words, but cold pizza don’t knock it if you haven’t tried it.
Another example is a bit more obvious and for me that’s pasta. No, nothing vicar related or to do with the church , nope the Italian dish that is. Lovely when hot, alongside pasta sauce or other variants, but lovely as a pasta salad too.
The next example maybe cheating a tad but vegetables like mushrooms and onions taste good not cooked (cold) and when cooked (hot). The cooked version of both is better, but it’s not terrible when not cooked.
My final example is of doughnuts, to be more precise Krispy Kreme doughnut. It tastes good cold, as well it’s sweet and it’s chocolate, but when hot (not too hot) the chocolate becomes nice and gooey.
Boys and Beards, ladies and Gentle Beards here is my list. So what do you think? Let me know in the comments, it’s over and out from The Bearded Captain.