Twitter-based UK group We Want Plates is waging war against local restaurateurs that have strayed from using conventional crockery. According to their page, they are:
Crusading against food being served on bits of wood and roof tiles. Chips in little buckets, flowerpots and jam-jar drinks can do one too.— @WeWantPlates
Take a look the 5 most interesting anti-foodie images from the social media channel:
1. Fish and chips in a gardening box. Don't forget the tatare sauce in the watering can and the peas in the flower pot.
Three reasons. "@TheBotanistNCL: Why not try Fish & Chips with Mushy Peas and Tartare Sauce on your next visit?!? pic.twitter.com/ABopBP6o43”— We Want Plates 🍽 (@WeWantPlates) March 9, 2015
2. Bread served in slippers.
3. Beef curry stew served in a toilet boil. Bon appétit.
4.Full breakfast fry-up served in a shovel for patrons to dig in.
5. A bucket of peas and a bookcase of sarmies.
We Want Plates is also active on Facebook, posting images like this one below:
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