Broken jaw - help with what to eat!

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  1. HI all, long story - involving chav cnuts, so I won't bother you all with it. :(
    Anyway what I need is ideas for what to eat other than poxy soup, any Ideas would be great, but please not too many crazy ones as it hurts like feck to laugh at the moment - cheers!
  2. Gremlin

    Gremlin LE Good Egg (charities)

    Omelettes, lightly cooked?
  3. Gremlin

    Gremlin LE Good Egg (charities)

    Good point, use a decent blender and almost everything is edible!

    It is also a good excuse to eat Steak Tartar!!
  4. looks like it's time for a diet.
  5. cheers lads - blended fillet steak with cheese and rice pudding it is then :D
  6. Thats what the wife said :wink:
  7. ..or stewed up mash...semen.....clam soup...beaver soup...fur burger soup....breast milk....farleys rusks...snails...erm... other soft things like souped up mashy stew....wet farts...
  8. Ouch!! :lol:
  9. biccie pegs
  10. All of the above. There's a ratio between how badly it's broken and how much pain you get from chewing. Work out a happy medium and judge your food intake accordingly: - i.e. mushy peas or rare steak? or somewhere in between. All sorts of different beans to choose from for fibre and meat pates etc for protein - suck, dont chew. No pleasure without pain. You'll get the hang of it by trial and error.
  11. what happened then ya soft cnut!!
  12. Blend all your food and use straw.
  13. Blender; bananas + milk
    Raw peanuts (from a health food shop) roasted, then blended with milk.
    That's your diet for 6 weeks; enjoy. I didn't.

    BTW, if you have your teeth wired together, don't ever try to stifle a sneeze; just spread your lips and spray the surroundings.

    Beware of conversations like this;
    Woman; " What's wrong with your mouth?"
    You " I broke my jaw in two places, I've got to have my teeth wired together for 6 weeks"
    Woman "Oooh, have you lost any weight?"

    When this happens, you must resist the urge to strangle the stupid bitch.
  14. Semolina with jam! Good comfort food and good for you!

    Well cooked spinach with stalks trimmed out.

    Scrambled eggs. - good with the spinach.

    Cottage pie.

    Haggis and mashed neaps and tatties.


    Hot chocolate.

    Horlicks etc.

    Chocolate mouse (or mousse even!)

    egg custard (without pastry)

    Custard, perhaps with soft fruit such as tinned mandarin segments.

    Macaroni cheese. (Overcook the pasta so that it's really soft.)

    Milk shakes - Banana milk shake has plenty of energy.

    Real (cask or bottled) ale, especially stout. Plenty of calories, mild anaesthetic properties and easy on the stomach. (And it's beer :thumleft: )

    Best wishes for your recovery!
  15. get back to your roots and have some baby food!