The secret to Victoria Beckham’s slim figure has finally been revealed: eating the same meal every day for 25 years.
David’s husband is 46 years old, revealed yesterday: “I am quite emotional about food and wine, when I eat something amazing, I want people to try it.
“Unfortunately, I am married to someone who has been eating the same thing for the past 25 years. Since I met her she only eats grilled fish, steamed vegetables, she will very rarely deviate from that. ”
But what if you had to eat the same meal every day? What will you choose?
Here, our Sun columnists share what they want to eat every day.
As a creature of habit, like Posh, I am perfectly happy to eat the same meals day in and day out.
Unlike Posh, it is not white fish and steamed vegetables.
In a dream world where calories don’t exist, I’d eat a McDonald’s strawberry milkshake – mini appetizer – followed by a double bacon sandwich, fries and salad Mix mayonnaise.
All washed down with a small tube (jar) of roses, and warm chocolate macaroons.
My pick would be Croque Madame. It’s basically shredded cheese on toast, with a fried egg on top. It’s the perfect dish that I can eat every day. GREAT for your waistline and cholesterol.
Try it for yourself and you won’t come back – here’s the recipe.
Lightly butter two slices of white bread. Make some bechamel sauce with flour, milk, butter and a dash of nutmeg. Put mustard on a slice of bread, then top with ham. Then a few spoons of bechamel.
Then some grated Emmental cheese. Place remaining slice on top then top with bechamel and cheese. Bake for twenty minutes.
Fry an egg and place it on top. Eaten and devoured like a pig.
IF you are making the same dish every day, keep it classic with a Sunday roast.
I’ll have to scrape the beef for a crispy roast pork belly, with a side of apple sauce.
And you can’t miss the homemade Yorkshire pudding, a serving of crispy baked potatoes and some old vet. Never mind Rolls-Royces, football and The Beatles.
Britain’s biggest export has to be Sunday roast.
For me, it’s England on the plate, reminiscent of the countryside, dining with family and friends, and the Great British pub.
My repeated meals will have to include several courses.
First was chicken soup, followed by my grandmother’s collard greens, a traditional Jewish stew of meat, potatoes, beans and barley, and finally a plate of herring.
For me, food is about happy moments in your memory and history.
These three plates are all my happiest moments distilled into perfect dishes filled with joy and family memories. The amazing fact is that I don’t believe anyone can be good at sex and not be completely enjoying food.
Sushi. It’s not just raw fish, it’s all about the sweet vinegared rice that plays a key role in a delicious world.
It’s actually the equivalent of a Japanese bread. Once upon a time, the Japanese ate fish and chicken separately from their sweet rice, then someone lost in the mists of history got the creative idea of putting them together (like our Earl of Sandwich). did with some bread and a block of meat while at the game table).
I didn’t grow up eating sushi – I would run a mile when I saw greasy tuna – but my long marriage to a Japanese woman has made me think sushi is the best food in the world.
And you can eat as much as you want. Man anorexia sushi is anorexia.
My favorite meal for any occasion is Spaghetti alla Vongole – pasta, tomato and seafood mix. So it will definitely be my choice for my daily meals.
I will never tire of pasta and all its possibilities and I absolutely love seafood. And who doesn’t love garlic?
I really believe that I can eat this every day without getting tired.
A meal for the rest of my life?
It has to be chicken madras, rice pilau and keema naan, from the Durbar Indian restaurant in London.
If I had only one meal for the rest of my life, it would have to be tomato soup with cheese and a pickle sandwich.
It’s good old comfort food and who doesn’t love that.
Even though I haven’t eaten meat in eight years, I still want to eat minced chicken and fries with curry sauce drizzled on it.
This is what my grandfather used to buy me before every West Brom home game. The smell of it seeping through the chip paper as we drove from the chip shop down to the ground was almost too much to bear.
I ate it in the car while he went for a pint at the Supporters’ Club. I just want to cry when I feel like the happiest person in the world. I can taste it now.
I might just add something green to it though, for a little bit but healthy.
Soft peas will do fine, thanks
https://www.thesun.ie/fabulous/8306061/victoria-beckham-same-meal-ulrika-jonsson-jeremy-clarkson/ After Victoria Beckham ate the same thing every day, we asked Sun’s Jeremy Clarkson and Ulrika Jonsson what they would eat forever