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Cheesy, Hammy, Eggy


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2 hours ago, billd766 said:

I like that plan. I don't eat a lot of Thai food except perhaps in the evenings if my wife cooks it.

 

I used to have a toaster but I think it grew legs and ran away so making toast in my table top oven takes a long while.

 

I often do fried bread instead of toast for the cheesy, hammy eggy and that works well. It is a comfort food at this time of the year.

 

Yes to fried bread.

 

When i was a kid my mum kept a lard tin, all the drippings and left over small bits from roasting different types of meat and vegetables.

 

Often my dad would say 'I'm making some fried bread do you want some?' And of course it was cooked in the stuff from the lard tin.

 

Totally delicious, so simple and easy and quick. 

 

 

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Yes to fried bread.
 
When i was a kid my mum kept a lard tin, all the drippings and left over small bits from roasting different types of meat and vegetables.
 
Often my dad would say 'I'm making some fried bread do you want some?' And of course it was cooked in the stuff from the lard tin.
 
Totally delicious, so simple and easy and quick. 
 
 
I still do it.
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2 hours ago, madmen said:

Yeah microwave plays havoc with the bread emoji506.png

Not if it's toasted and nuked correctly to my instructions

 

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4 hours ago, scorecard said:

 

Yes to fried bread.

 

When i was a kid my mum kept a lard tin, all the drippings and left over small bits from roasting different types of meat and vegetables.

 

Often my dad would say 'I'm making some fried bread do you want some?' And of course it was cooked in the stuff from the lard tin.

 

Totally delicious, so simple and easy and quick. 

 

 

When I was in training in the RAF the cafe just outside the gate did doorstep toast and you could ask for dripping on toast as well as the other things, cheese, jam etc.

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4 hours ago, scorecard said:

I love the traditional sticky rice and chopped chicken pieces with that great marinade (but I don't know what the mariade is).

Maybe it's better if you don't know !

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42 minutes ago, Spidey said:

Sounds much the same as a Croque Madame (Croque Monsieur + egg) .

Dont ruin our food with a fancy name> Like calling a burger a Royale with Cheese

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