Chicken Kiev 'Back in Fashion'

Hmm...Delicious chicken kievs
Ever since I moved into my place in Brighton I've been eating chicken kiev on a regular basis. Today, The Telegraph reports that chicken kievs are back in fashion. I don't understand it when people say some food product in 'in fashion'. How can it be 'in fashion'? It's something you eat. Some things, like going for a Chinese, or making spaghetti bolognese, are surely perennial. You either like it or you don't!

Does this mean some people are eating chicken kievs only because its fashionable and that they don't really enjoy eating them, like people who wear really tight jeans even though they cut off their blood circulation? Why should we who have been as loyal to the kiev as we have to the Magisterium be considered as 'fashionable' now when we haven't even been looking at the food going on the catwalk?! To be honest I really only buy them because Sainsbury's consistently have it on offer as buy 2 for £3.

Anyway, just in case you live in a country where chicken kievs are unavailable, this is what a chicken kiev is. Above is a picture of what it looks like and yes, it tastes even better than it looks. What is the world coming to when people eat things because they think that doing so will make them 'cool'?

Comments

Richard Collins said…
Have you morphed into Fr Z?
It must be Lent or something.
shadowlands said…
'Why should we who have been as loyal to the kiev as we have to the Magisterium be considered as 'fashionable' now when we haven't even been looking at the food going on the catwalk?! '

Hahahahahahaha!!!
I love 'em, with oven chips and a sliced tomatoe with ketchup!
Tim said…
And speaking of Kiev...
http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2011/03/from-ukraine-shocker.html
Martin said…
I've given up kievs (temporarily). Trying to give up watching and listening to fit brunettes on religious broadcasting is proving more difficult.
How about that Francesca talking about the Bible's Buried Secrets!
Tina baby has some serious competition.
Mac McLernon said…
I adore chicken kiev... sadly, I'm off meat for Lent, so your photo of chicken kiev caused me much anguish.

*makes mental note to self* I must not salivate over computer keyboard...