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'crumpet' is in English slang meaning a 'sexy girl'.  i.e. "She's a nice bit of crumpet".

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Good effort!! I like a bit of Cheshire cheese melted on top.

Ok, I had a crack tonight, I used Jamie’s “lecipie” that was posted earlier.
I’d glanced over the ingredients and it looked good to go, when I actually started it called for flour by weight... I don’t have scales
My measuring cups showed millilitres, so I had a crack @ 300 ml.
Fail, it was pretty runny, a quick look @ the YouTube video also posted earlier showed a thicker mixture, so I freehandded it.
I think it ended up a little thick, so I didn’t get the bubbles rising through the crumpet very well.
They did taste quite good though, (I went with the vegemite &butter) so I’ll have another crack @ it.
Pic of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th batch (Top to bottom)
 
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18 hours ago, HighPriority said:

Ok, I had a crack tonight, I used Jamie’s “lecipie” 😄 that was posted earlier.

I’d glanced over the ingredients and it looked good to go, when I actually started it called for flour by weight... I don’t have scales 😱

My measuring cups showed millilitres, so I had a crack @ 300 ml.

Fail, it was pretty runny, a quick look @ the YouTube video also posted earlier showed a thicker mixture, so I freehandded it.

I think it ended up a little thick, so I didn’t get the bubbles rising through the crumpet very well.

They did taste quite good though, (I went with the vegemite &butter) so I’ll have another crack @ it.

Pic of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th batch (Top to bottom)

 

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They look pretty good to me have bought some rings and will have a go

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17 hours ago, HighPriority said:

Cheshire Cheese ?

Is that like Wostershire Sauce ? 😄

More looking by the sounds of it 👍🏼😄

Cheshire cheese is a white crumbly cheese sometimes have it in Tops bought some Lancashire cheese in Chiang Mai last week almost identical

The sauce you mention not bad on melted cheese

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5 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

Crumpets? My Dad always ate pikelets, I had crumpets, from the same packet.

Pikelets .! Are you trying to butter up the travelling community with that one 'Sof .. 

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15 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

Crumpets? My Dad always ate pikelets, I had crumpets, from the same packet.

 

Ditto.

 

My understanding is that, officially, pikelets are made without the ring. Same same but different.

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As the one who started this post by trying to find where out you can by crumpets I never realized that it would keep going for so long and attract so much interest.

I always believed  that pikelets were a different beast to crumpets but it seems you are spot on.

They are the same made without the ring therefore thinner and crispier at the edges.

According to Google anyway.

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41 minutes ago, scorecard said:

Ultimate product not so bad at all. 

When will you be taking orders for Chiang Mai delivery?

 

 

Include me as well

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