Tuesday, 29 November 2011

The Rugby Ref's post match meal No 14

Sunday morning, U16's game.  The Rugby Ref queued up with 3 million kids.

Half a sausage in half a bagette..........no ketchup or mustard.  No onions, no plates, no serviettes.
The Rugby Ref could have done with something better after giving up a Sunday morning.  Nice pint of Guiness though.

The Rugby Ref gives this a dissapointing 1 out of 10. 
NB:  Score revised to 2 out of 10 following The Rugby Ref's meal No 19.

Friday, 25 November 2011

The Rugby Ref's post match meal No 13

Big club, County U16 trials and The Ruby Ref is AR1.

So with it not being an adult match, and being a Sunday, The Rugby Ref wasn't expecting much by way of a meal.

Sausage roll and chips.  Doesn't sound great, but after what seems like 15 curry's in a row, it was fantastic.  The sausage roll was hot and tasty.  The chips were (for a change) not oven chips, but proper deep fried home made chips.

The Rugby Ref gives this meal 9 out of 10 because it was delicious.

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

The Rugby Ref's post match meal No 12

Hooray....no more curry.

This is more like it.  Sausage caserole with potato, carrots, onion, gravy, pasta on the side, big hunk of homemade bread.  This is the best meal The Rugby Ref has been served so far this season.  What's more, this wasn't even a Saturday league match.  This was an U17 Sunday morning game.

Maybe the fact that this is a country club surrounded by farms has a bearing?

Well done all round.  9 out of 10.

The Rugby Ref's post match meal No 11

Another club, another curry, another 7 out of 10.

Thursday, 10 November 2011

The Rugby Ref's post match meal No 10

Another club, another curry.  Usual choice of chips or rice to go with it.

But this one was just a little bit different to some of the other curries The Rugby Ref has been presented with.  Proper plate and cutlery (not paper and plastic).  The curry had lots of meat and flavour, but also lots of peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms, onion and other vegetables, which showed more preparation and added to the culinary experience.  There was also garlick bread and bread and butter.

The Rugby Ref considers that just a little more care and effort was put into the preparation of this meal, and gives it 8 out of 10.  The highest score so far this season.

The Rugby Ref's post match meal No 9

Midweek Uni game under BUCS regulations.

This University are playing all their games at a local club, just round the corner from the University.  Their entire (and fantastic) sports complex has been rented out to the Olympic 2012 organisers as a training venue.

It seems the University brought their own food with them as it is the very same food served at their sports complex.  So jacket potatoe with a selection of fillings to choose from (beans, cheese, tuna).

It was nice, but not great, so The Rugby Ref gives this meal 6 out of 10.