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42 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

When I googled pikelets, this is what I found:

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You'll have trouble putting those in the toaster 'Sof but they might go under the grill .. 

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Where the bloody he'll is Wostershire?
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Cheshire Cheese ?
Is that like Wostershire Sauce ? [emoji1]
More looking by the sounds of it [emoji1360][emoji1]


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On 2/11/2019 at 5:01 PM, pgrahmm said:

OK - got it....Guess crumpets are more like flat bread cooked on one side....

In a month we'll be back in English Muffin land & one of the first things we pick up while re-stocking the RV is Sourdough English Muffins for toasting.....A great way to start the day.....

Never tried a crumpet - I'll look while we're there.....

Crumpets are NOT like flatbread. They are made from a batter containing baking soda, which during the SLOW cooking release CO2 to form bubbles.

 

Really great with poached eggs on top, so the runny yolk fills the holes..mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

 

Warbuton's are the best commercially available. And they do square ones to fit in the toaster.

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black cheese!   I'll just slap some vegemite on it.

 

Vegemite fixes everything!

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8 minutes ago, roo860 said:

I was joking. Lovely part of England, it was the spelling made me laugh.

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21 hours ago, HighPriority said:

Cheshire Cheese ?

Is that like Wostershire Sauce ? 😄

More looking by the sounds of it 👍🏼😄

No, Cheshire Cheese is made from milk, Worcestershire sauce is made from other stuff....read the ingredients. LOL

 

Cornish Pasties, Bury Black Puddings, Norfolk Turkeys, Aylesbury Ducklings, Eccles Cakes, Staffordshire Oatcakes, ....I wanna go home!

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On 2/12/2019 at 9:32 PM, grollies said:

Or do like Titlia, cut the top and bottom off a can of tuna. Why go out and buy 'egg rings'?

 

Recycle and all that.

Have you tried cutting a tuna tin. They have ring pull tops these days and the bottom is rounded so the can opener does not work properly. Baked bean cans are OK.

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2 hours ago, scorecard said:

Ultimate product not so bad at all. 

When will you be taking orders for Chiang Mai delivery?

 

 

I’ll be over in Patong in April for some more dental then up to Phon Phisai for Songkran, not sure about CM, but if I’m in the neighborhood... 😄

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11 minutes ago, wgdanson said:

Have you tried cutting a tuna tin. They have ring pull tops these days and the bottom is rounded so the can opener does not work properly. Baked bean cans are OK.

You can cut the top and bottom off a tin of spam. This will give you oblong crumpets, but I calculate that you can fit 4 into a bog standard toaster. Added bonus is that you can dip them in your boiled eggs.

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4 hours ago, StevieAus said:

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

Cheshire Cheese sounds a bit like Fetta Cheese ?

A salty taste ?

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4 minutes ago, HighPriority said:

Cheshire Cheese sounds a bit like Fetta Cheese ?

A salty taste ?

Sorry, nothing like Fetta. Cheshire is a more solid cheese than Lancashire, and is usually more coloured.

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2 hours ago, StevieAus said:

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.

Steve, I’d always assumed that pikelets were just small pancakes.

I’ve never had pancakes with yeast or baking soda in them, but I’ve also never made pikelets.

 

Actually, speaking of pancakes, there is no breakfast meal that can compare to Canadian Breakfast... pancakes, bacon, eggs and maple syrup, truely food of the gods 👍🏼

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