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Topic: A Toast To....
Posted By: Snow Dog
Subject: A Toast To....
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:01
Isn't toast just amazing?

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Posted By: irrelevant
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:03
Poached egg is my favourite out of these. Some other choices come close. 

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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:09
Other: Welsh Rarebit. (No, "cheese" does not count).


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Posted By: NotAProghead
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:13
Voted for ham, though I prefer toasts when glasses are raised.

Perhaps "Other" would be a better choice.
Anyway - "Toast to Tomorrow":
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Posted By: HolyMoly
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:14
I picked Fried Egg - I make a sandwich with a fried eggs on 2 pieces of toast, with some Texas Pete hot sauce.  Yummers.

I've never heard of lime marmalade, but I'm going to add that to my Sunday shopping list.


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Posted By: Blacksword
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:15
Other: Peanut butter, although I like pretty much everything on that list.

In fact 'Just butter' can enough if the bread - and the butter - is good..

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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:19
fried mushrooms is devine, spessialy fried penny buns (Boletus edulis) is very good on a loaf of bread

and fried golden chantarelles on bread is one of the most devine things ever, with fried onions, salt, pepper and parcily

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Posted By: akamaisondufromage
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:19
Any of the above really, maybe not ham on toast, but I wouldn't say no.  I will go for poached egg as that's what I would like at the mo.  Scrambles as well mmmm yummmmm

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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:23
^have you ever tasted chantarelle toast 

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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:23
damn forgot to put scrammbled eggs.

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Posted By: Finnforest
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:24
poached egg is heaven.  they harp about salmonella risk of soft cooked eggs all the time here.....but I just can't get myself to harden those yolks....


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Posted By: akamaisondufromage
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:29
Poached or fried should always be soft yolked.  Life is too short to worry about salmonella (Not sure the risks are very high anyway)

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Posted By: Finnforest
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:31
Originally posted by akamaisondufromage

Poached or fried should always be soft yolked.  Life is too short to worry about salmonella (Not sure the risks are very high anyway)


counting on thatSmile


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Posted By: someone_else
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:33
Marmite. Lime marmalade, egg and just butter are also fine.

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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:33
i like cottege cheese also with strawberry jam

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Posted By: Dayvenkirq
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:42
Anything from the following set: cheese, ham, fried mushrooms, poached egg, fried egg. I still haven't got to taste the Marmite!

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Posted By: CPicard
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 14:31
WHY NOT MULTIPLE VOTES?! Angry

BUTTER + HONEY + HAM + GOAT CHEESE!!!


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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 14:36
mmmm that sounds goo Pichard

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Posted By: chopper
Date Posted: March 05 2013 at 07:39
Runny eggs, either fried or poached.
 
Also cheese and ham toasties.


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Posted By: Moogtron III
Date Posted: March 05 2013 at 07:59
Strawberry jam is my fave.


Posted By: chopper
Date Posted: March 05 2013 at 08:06
I sometimes eat sardines on toast (with Lea & Perrins). Everyone else in the house complains about the smell.
(apart from the cats who follow me around for the rest of the day).


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Posted By: rushfan4
Date Posted: March 05 2013 at 08:33
Originally posted by Moogtron III

Strawberry jam is my fave.
Mine too.

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Posted By: rushfan4
Date Posted: March 05 2013 at 08:34
But there is also this:
 


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Posted By: Man With Hat
Date Posted: March 05 2013 at 15:14
Butter.

Though eggs work too if I want more of a sandwich thing.

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Posted By: martinprog77
Date Posted: March 05 2013 at 21:22
 Butter and a little sugar on top.

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Posted By: tszirmay
Date Posted: March 05 2013 at 21:25
Nutella 



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Posted By: Nogbad_The_Bad
Date Posted: March 05 2013 at 21:31
Marmite!!

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Posted By: CPicard
Date Posted: March 06 2013 at 06:43
Nutella and Marmite are what makes the distinction between civilized countries and barbarian countries.  Dead



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Posted By: gr8dane
Date Posted: March 06 2013 at 21:15
Originally posted by Snow Dog

Isn't toast just amazing?

http://youtu.be/WJmKStqugMc

I like toast too.
Try this song out by the Streetband-Toast.




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Posted By: chopper
Date Posted: March 06 2013 at 21:27
Originally posted by tszirmay

Nutella 

Dead


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Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: March 06 2013 at 21:29
I'll go for the jelly.  I don't eat toast regularly, but last time I some it was butter and jelly.

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Posted By: Barbu
Date Posted: March 06 2013 at 21:34
Cheez Whiz

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Posted By: Dayvenkirq
Date Posted: March 06 2013 at 23:23
Originally posted by chopper

Originally posted by tszirmay

Nutella
Dead
What's the matter? Too cool for Nutella? LOL Tongue
Originally posted by CPicard

Nutella and Marmite are what makes the distinction between civilized countries and barbarian countries. Dead
You think dancing on a Nutella-covered loaf-o'-bread is a civilized thing to do?


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Posted By: Eria Tarka
Date Posted: March 06 2013 at 23:30
Raspberry Jam gets my vote, my Gramdma makes some of the best stuff I've tasted. Nutella comes close second.

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Posted By: CPicard
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 03:40
Originally posted by Dayvenkirq

Originally posted by chopper

Originally posted by tszirmay

Nutella
Dead
What's the matter? Too cool for Nutella? LOL Tongue
Originally posted by CPicard

Nutella and Marmite are what makes the distinction between civilized countries and barbarian countries. Dead
You think dancing on a Nutella-covered loaf-o'-bread is a civilized thing to do?


Yes, ... yes, it is Chandler Bing.


I will explain my thoughts: marmite and nutella are gastronomical horrors!
Let's be gentlemen and eat our toasts with jam and butter.

P.S.: the Chandler gif is hypnotical.


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Posted By: zeqexes
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 04:23
Originally posted by rushfan4

Originally posted by Moogtron III

Strawberry jam is my fave.
Mine too.
Me 3, but I love fried mushrooms

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Posted By: tamijo
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 04:35
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similar to Pate but very local.


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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 04:42
Originally posted by tamijo

Leverpostej
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similar to Pate but very local.
 
liver paté Approve


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Posted By: Jim Garten
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 04:51
Dean, you got there first

Good coarse Ardennes pate if a quick breakfast is needed (gotta be good bread, though); Marmite, if pate not available.

For a more substantial one; beans + 2 fried eggs



Hungry now


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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 04:56
Originally posted by Jim Garten

Dean, you got there first

Good coarse Ardennes pate if a quick breakfast is needed (gotta be good bread, though); Marmite, if pate not available.

For a more substantial one; beans + 2 fried eggs



Hungry now

Yes, I forgot to add a pate option. I like a bit of pate on toast. This poll is flawed.


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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 04:56
Originally posted by Slartibartfast

I'll go for the jelly.  I don't eat toast regularly, but last time I some it was butter and jelly.

What is jelly?


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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 05:21
Originally posted by Snow Dog

Originally posted by Slartibartfast

I'll go for the jelly.  I don't eat toast regularly, but last time I some it was butter and jelly.

What is jelly?

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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 05:26
Jelly is American for jam. What we call jelly they call jello or gelatin.
 
 
 
 
 
/edit: what they call jam we call a noisy tuneless racket made by stoned hippies.


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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 05:30
Originally posted by Jim Garten

Dean, you got there first

Good coarse Ardennes pate if a quick breakfast is needed (gotta be good bread, though); Marmite, if pate not available.

For a more substantial one; beans + 2 fried eggs



Hungry now
Me too. Unhappy
 
Got to be Ardennes, good and coarse - that smooth stuff is just posh baby food.
 
Smoked fish pate is good too - mash up smoked mackerel, salmon or trout with some quality cream cheese, a dash of lemon and plenty of pepper - loverly. Approve


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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 05:31
i never understood what the difference between a marmalade and a jam/jlelly is, 

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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 05:43
Originally posted by aginor

i never understood what the difference between a marmalade and a jam/jlelly is, 
Marmalade is simply jam made with citrus fruits, often with piece of the candied peel to give a bitter taste.

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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 05:53
Originally posted by Dean

Jelly is American for jam. What we call jelly they call jello or gelatin.
 
 


But I have heard americans call it jam. For example the Friends episode "The one with all  the jam" and surely jello is a trade name? And gelatin is...gelatin.


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Posted By: Finnforest
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:01
To further confuse things we also have "preserves" which appear to be just jam with a higher content of chunky fruits....

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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:02
Originally posted by Finnforest

To further confuse things we also have "preserves" which appear to be just jam with a higher content of chunky fruits....
Yes we have preserves too.Thumbs Up

Is a jelly like a clear jam then with no fruit?


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Posted By: Finnforest
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:05
Yes, jelly appears to be colored, fruit flavored gelatin....not that I'm an expert.....LOL

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Posted By: Jim Garten
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:08
Originally posted by Dean

Got to be Ardennes, good and coarse - that smooth stuff is just posh baby food.
 

Smoked fish pate is good too - mash up smoked mackerel, salmon or trout with some quality cream cheese, a dash of lemon and plenty of pepper - loverly. Approve


Highly recommend some freshly grated horseradish in the mix, too (has to be fresh, not the creamed rubbish). Not too much, or you'll smother the taste, but enough just to give it a bit of a kick. In the absence of fresh horseradish, wasabi paste works well, too

And another thing:

Continued "Prog Chefs Unite"....

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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:08
Originally posted by Finnforest

Yes, jelly appears to be colored, fruit flavored gelatin....not that I'm an expert.....LOL

No that sounds like British jelly. I mean the stuff you put with peanut butter.

I'll google  it.


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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:10
Yes....a clear jam

" Jelly is a clear or translucent fruit spread made from sweetened fruit (or vegetable) juice and set using naturally occurring pectin  "

No gelatin.

"Jelly can be made from sweet, savory or hot ingredients. It is made by a process similar to that used for making jam, with the additional step of filtering out the fruit pulp after the initial heating."


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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:11
Originally posted by Snow Dog

Originally posted by Dean

Jelly is American for jam. What we call jelly they call jello or gelatin.
 
 


But I have heard americans call it jam. For example the Friends episode "The one with all  the jam" and surely jello is a trade name? And gelatin is...gelatin.
I never said they were consistant Wink Hoover is a trade name that we use as a generic name for all vaccuum cleaners and so it is with Jell-O.
 
We sometimes call jam preserve and sometime we call it conserve and some may even claim there is a difference based upon fruit content, but that's just a marketting ploy.


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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:13
Originally posted by Snow Dog

Yes....a clear jam

" Jelly is a clear or translucent fruit spread made from sweetened fruit (or vegetable) juice and set using naturally occurring pectin  "

No gelatin.

"Jelly can be made from sweet, savory or hot ingredients. It is made by a process similar to that used for making jam, with the additional step of filtering out the fruit pulp after the initial heating."
...and Wikipedia is written mainly by Americans. Tongue

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Posted By: Jim Garten
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:17
The Tesco order of ascendance:

Jam = cheap (99.999% sugar 0.0001% fruit flavour/colouring - avoid)

Preserve = more expensive (may have a poncey label & more than 25% fruit; acceptable - just)

Conserve = most expensive (will have a poncey label & a half decent percentage of actual fruit - recommended)

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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:49
Originally posted by Dean

Originally posted by Snow Dog

Yes....a clear jam

" Jelly is a clear or translucent fruit spread made from sweetened fruit (or vegetable) juice and set using naturally occurring pectin  "

No gelatin.

"Jelly can be made from sweet, savory or hot ingredients. It is made by a process similar to that used for making jam, with the additional step of filtering out the fruit pulp after the initial heating."
...and Wikipedia is written mainly by Americans. Tongue

It seems to be a reasonable definition
 

http://www.cranfieldsfoods.co.uk/index.php/jellies.html" rel="nofollow - http://www.cranfieldsfoods.co.uk/index.php/jellies.html


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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:56
Originally posted by Snow Dog

Originally posted by Dean

Originally posted by Snow Dog

Yes....a clear jam

" Jelly is a clear or translucent fruit spread made from sweetened fruit (or vegetable) juice and set using naturally occurring pectin  "

No gelatin.

"Jelly can be made from sweet, savory or hot ingredients. It is made by a process similar to that used for making jam, with the additional step of filtering out the fruit pulp after the initial heating."
...and Wikipedia is written mainly by Americans. Tongue

It seems to be a reasonable definition
 

http://www.cranfieldsfoods.co.uk/index.php/jellies.html" rel="nofollow - http://www.cranfieldsfoods.co.uk/index.php/jellies.html
True, but you'd not put any of those on toast, they are more like condiments or clear chutneys for serving with savoury foods.
 
The Wikipedia entries that refer to fruit jellies that you'd spread on a piece of toast all seem to reference Ruth Berolzheimer, an American cookery book editor and home-economist. Grape Jelly, which is the common ingredient for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, is a jam.


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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 06:58
and I ain't putting this on toast either:
 


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Posted By: Ady Cardiac
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 07:03
scrambled eggs and bacon for me.


Posted By: Finnforest
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 09:36
Originally posted by Dean

and I ain't putting this on toast either:
 
 
 
 
Agreed. 
 
 
Then I suppose this is out of the question Dean?   A lovely marriage of PB and Grape solidified sugar water?
I have had this stuff and it is as hideous as it looks.  It makes me nauseous looking at it because I can recall the taste and texture.
 
 


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Posted By: The Doctor
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 09:41
^If they'd only thrown some croutons in there, there wouldn't even be a need to make a sandwich. 

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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 09:55
I do like peanut butter and jam btw. Thank you Americans!Thumbs Up

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Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 10:09
What no love for honey!!!AngryAngry And to think that we actually steal it from those tiny buzzing things in order to eat it... I'm ashamed of my race.

First vote for honey right here!


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Posted By: Ady Cardiac
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 10:17
why is it everything i see coming out of america food wise just a heart attack on  a plate/in a bun???


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 10:19
Uhh damn I forgot about Nutella...

Or mustard uuhhhhmmmm.


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Posted By: Jim Garten
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 10:23
As far as peanut butter goes, I have been known to like crunchy peanut butter, liberally sprinkled with fresh ground sea-salt

So far, my heart & blood pressure are checking out OK... so far...

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Originally posted by Guldbamsen

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Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 10:25
LOL
That's actually a pretty common response now that I think of it. Not a lot of folks out there who appreciate honey the way I do - maybe except for bears...


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Posted By: seventhsojourn
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 10:47
Honey is nice drizzled over fresh fruit salad.


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 10:49
Also rubbed on a chicken with loads of garlic and lemon zest....

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Posted By: seventhsojourn
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 10:51
Okay, better get back to toast... anyone for treacle?


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 10:54
Originally posted by seventhsojourn

Okay, better get back to toast... anyone for treacle?

Yet another one of those British products I don't know anything aboutEmbarrassed The same goes for Marmite actually.


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Posted By: Jim Garten
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 11:15
Treacle? As in black treacle?



Golden syrup, certainly, but treacle - that's hardcore!

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Posted By: seventhsojourn
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 11:19
LOL Yeah, that's the very stuff!


Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 11:19
Originally posted by Jim Garten

Treacle? As in black treacle?



Golden syrup, certainly, but treacle - that's hardcore!

I think black  treacle is Molasses in the US. Not ab sure


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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 11:30
Originally posted by Finnforest

Then I suppose this is out of the question Dean?   A lovely marriage of PB and Grape solidified sugar water?
I have had this stuff and it is as hideous as it looks.  It makes me nauseous looking at it because I can recall the taste and texture.
 
 
Peanut butter is not on my list of things to save when civilsiation grinds to a halt, so mixing that with jelly-jam, or spreading the combination of both on toast doesn't figure in my culinary spectrum. The only use I have for (crunchy) peanut butter is in making a satay sauce
 


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Posted By: Finnforest
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 20:40
^
Can't say it's my favorite anymore either, although I've put away a fair share in my day.

As a kid I'd put a little butter on one side of the bread, peanut butter on the other side, and potato chips in the middle. 

My Mom says they used to eat Peanut butter and pickle sandwiches when she was a kid. Yikes. 


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Posted By: Dayvenkirq
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 21:03
Originally posted by Finnforest

My Mom says they used to eat Peanut butter and pickle sandwiches when she was a kid. Yikes. 
Aa-a-a-a-aw-w-w-ww ... goo!

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Posted By: Padraic
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 21:08
Originally posted by Finnforest

poached egg is heaven.  they harp about salmonella risk of soft cooked eggs all the time here.....but I just can't get myself to harden those yolks....


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Posted By: Padraic
Date Posted: March 07 2013 at 21:09
Originally posted by Snow Dog

I do like peanut butter and jam btw. Thank you Americans!Thumbs Up


Clap  My sons practically live on this!


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Posted By: Fox On The Rocks
Date Posted: March 14 2013 at 00:40
Strawberry Jam, or Nutella. Both are delicious.

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Posted By: Jim Garten
Date Posted: March 19 2013 at 12:20
Originally posted by Dayvenkirq


Originally posted by Finnforest

My Mom says they used to eat Peanut butter and pickle sandwiches when she was a kid. Yikes. 



Aa-a-a-a-aw-w-w-ww ... goo!


Jeez - that's just against nature!

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Posted By: The Mystical
Date Posted: March 23 2013 at 19:55
Beans with pepper and chilli, with an earl grey tea with butter. Yes...I like my earl grey with butter.

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Posted By: refugee
Date Posted: March 26 2013 at 07:02
Hard to decide, but I love a really good marmalade, like these:

http://www.tiptree.com/goto.php?sess=+A57534C57501D+658+E1F564C5314+F4314115F1B195D5C56415D+E+850+9+158&cat=2" rel="nofollow - http://www.tiptree.com/goto.php?sess=+A57534C57501D+658+E1F564C5314+F4314115F1B195D5C56415D+E+850+9+158&cat=2

I’ve only tasted the normal medium cut one (the only one available here), but I would immediately have tried the whisky variety if I could find it.


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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: March 26 2013 at 07:13


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Posted By: refugee
Date Posted: March 26 2013 at 07:50
^Stabbur-Makrell is delicious! Much better than the stuff we can buy here. So I always ask friends and family who come to visit us to bring a can or three – and some real, Norwegian goat cheese, of course.

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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: April 05 2013 at 07:49
Back in the mid-seventies when the Breville sandwich toaster was a new-fangled invention our habitual Friday-lunchtime pub (enigmatically called " http://www.swanwith2nicks.co.uk/" rel="nofollow - The Swan with Two Nicks ") used to serve "toasties" using this catering marvel. A firm favourite with us hungry patrons was the hamburger, bacon, cheese, fried egg and baked bean toastie, guaranteed to scald the inside of your mouth on first bite.

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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: April 05 2013 at 08:03
...on the subject of toasties....
 
The Nutella and Banana Toastie. Approve


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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: April 05 2013 at 08:07
Nice...if you like bananas.....I don't.Unhappy

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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: April 05 2013 at 08:10
Unhappy I guess you could use stewed apple (like that pie filling that comes in a tin that looks like snot with cubes of apple in).
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ermm I'm not selling this idea well am I?


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Posted By: Melomaniac
Date Posted: April 05 2013 at 08:19
Shiriff's Pineapple marmelade, the best !
Also love having my beans with molasses, and then I dip my peanut butter toasts in the concoction created by the aforementionned ingredients.  Just lovely !


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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: April 05 2013 at 09:13
Originally posted by Dean

Unhappy I guess you could use stewed apple (like that pie filling that comes in a tin that looks like snot with cubes of apple in).
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ermm I'm not selling this idea well am I?

It also looks like stewed apple. But no...you're not.Smile


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Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: April 05 2013 at 09:28
I made a sandwich with crunchy peanutbutter and honey here the other day. Made me genuinely happy for about two hoursLOL

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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: April 05 2013 at 09:33
Originally posted by Snow Dog

Originally posted by Dean

Unhappy I guess you could use stewed apple (like that pie filling that comes in a tin that looks like snot with cubes of apple in).
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ermm I'm not selling this idea well am I?

It also looks like stewed apple. But no...you're not.Smile
It doesn't look like any stewed apple I've ever made Ouch


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Posted By: FusionKing
Date Posted: July 11 2013 at 16:24
Other. Garlic butter AND fried mushrooms, mmmmmmm. Tongue Most profusely I drool.

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Posted By: The.Crimson.King
Date Posted: July 20 2013 at 00:40
Other - scrambled eggs.  Used to drive my mom crazy when I'd pile the scramble on the toast at a restaurant Shocked

I love fried egg sandwhiches...yolk a bit runny with lots of pepper, a piece of melted cheese on top and mayo but just on wheat bread - not toasted...


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Posted By: ole-the-first
Date Posted: July 20 2013 at 00:42
A toast to Primo!  Wink

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Posted By: zappaholic
Date Posted: July 20 2013 at 19:28
Any thread about toast is incomplete without The Genius Of Heywood Banks.

[TUBE]SHptn_3RyYE[/TUBE]

All around the country from coast to coast
People always ask what do you like most
I don't wanna brag I don't wanna boast
I always tell 'um I like toast

YEAH TOAST
YEAH TOAST



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Posted By: The.Crimson.King
Date Posted: July 20 2013 at 19:49
And what discussion of toast is complete without...Powdered Toast Man!

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Posted By: Atavachron
Date Posted: July 20 2013 at 19:56
love the Heywood Banks



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