The Darker Side of Dishes

In case you aren't familiar with THIS PINTEREST PAGE, (Disgusting Recipes), you need to be.  Be careful, though, it is bottomless (both in figurative horror and seriously, I've scrolled down for about 20 minutes and still haven't found the end of it).  LET THAT BE YOUR WARNING.

TOP O' THE MORNIN' TO YA!
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** icon request the next time we have an icon day, please? :D
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Bon Appetit!  You'll be charmed!  They're "dainty".  Just be sure to use the GOOD suet.
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The hot buttered Cheerios actually don't sound that bad. It's the other recipes...

I wonder whose idea it was to make pudding composed mostly of beef suet. Just when I was finally convinced that bad English cooking was just a stereotype, I run into this ad. My fellow Americans are no slouches in the bad cooking department, if that mustard mold is any indication. :P