Thus at Leeds, John Gooch notices that some new students find even the 19th century 'unappetisingly
By the end of the century it was displayed, rather unappetisingly
considering it had no lid, in the State Dining Room (with its astonishing Neo-Egyptian decor), but it was ejected in 1906 by the 8th Duchess and given to Brighton Museum.
described as "a meat by-product", she has superhuman strength, acid blood that eats through steel and black fingernails.
The bangers were unnaturally hard and unappetisingly
spicy and the 'mash' so dull that only some neighbouring peas livened it up.
Just as we both felt just slightly challenged, palates were cleared with a sour cherry compote served with Earl Grey semolina and, finally, a chocolate work of art on a plate, It was a combination of mousse, souffle, almost - what passed for liquid chocolate - and the rather unappetisingly
bolognese sauce was bland, the mince was unappetisingly
lumpy and the pasta was very much on the stodgy side.
The cheese was unappetisingly
thick and not on the promised bloomer.
I watched my chicken tikka turning unappetisingly
inside the microwave and wondered if I would be able to find a job.
Like many Black Country chippies, the spuds were unappetisingly
bright orange - 'a mixture of batter and food colouring' according to my pleasant lady server.