wots on your toast?

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  • Lutz 12 Nov 2003 15:38:11 48,854 posts
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    5. Butter
    4. Jam
    3. PatÚ
    2. Cheese
    1. Peanut Butter (Crunchy)

    Although if I have Peanut Butter I *HAVE* to have a cup of coffee too.
  • mal 12 Nov 2003 15:39:19 22,849 posts
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    What, butter *and* marmite? Nooooo!

    I vote for marmalade. With no peanut butter, horrible stuff.

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  • Tiger_Walts 12 Nov 2003 15:39:38 16,632 posts
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    I know a girl who's, better than most.
    She'll make you breakfast, she'll make you toast.
    But she don't use butter, or margarine.
    She don't use jelly, or any of these.
    She uses Vaaa-aaaaa-aaaa-seline.
    Vaaa-aaaaa-aaaa-seline.

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  • Lutz 12 Nov 2003 15:42:07 48,854 posts
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    Actually I'll replace number 1 with:

    Peanut butter, worchester sauce a touch of lettuce if I've got any and a cheese slice.

    Sick. I know. But friggin ncie if you lightly toast the cheese. Normal cheese don't work thoguh, got to be a slice, goes all gooey.

    /leaves EG forever.
  • Blerk Moderator 12 Nov 2003 15:42:54 48,225 posts
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    Plum jam. Mmmm.

    Or butter. Not margerine. That's just... wrong.
  • DevilsKebab 12 Nov 2003 15:43:54 655 posts
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    Marmite!
    That's Satans diarrhea, and I should know, I'm the kebab that caused him that grief...

    Personally though, plain and simple, strewberry jam, no marg or butter, with a nice strong cup of coffee.
  • Rankin 12 Nov 2003 15:44:18 2,930 posts
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    Chicken and crab pie with mushroom relish.
  • davemash 12 Nov 2003 15:45:22 212 posts
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    Just proper irish butter then dunked in Sweet Tea.

    mmm... luverly
  • Alastair 12 Nov 2003 15:46:27 16,410 posts
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    Taramasalata, but surely you don't ave butter with it Otto!!
    Cheese and lime pickle - yummy
    Pate poss. with slices of tomato
    Marmite - wait for toast to cool so marg/butter does't melt.
    Morello cherry jam

    All with butter/marg except Tara.
  • mal 12 Nov 2003 15:48:25 22,849 posts
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    I've got to say I've always had marmite on dry toast. I never realised that the whole lot of you were so odd.

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  • Tiger_Walts 12 Nov 2003 15:49:15 16,632 posts
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    In no order

    Peanut Butter (Smooth)
    Liver PatÚ
    Strawberry Jam (Thinly spread over thinly spread margarine)
    Cold ham and mustard (Prolly not good eating slightly warmed ham, but it brings out it's flavour, not one to be left out for long)
    Marmalade (No rind)

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  • Alastair 12 Nov 2003 15:54:02 16,410 posts
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    otto wrote:
    Course I have taramasalata with butter! Daft question.


    WRONG WRONG WRONG

    It's *supposed* to melt! Otherwise it doesn't taste right! What's the point of toast if you don't have melted butter?? ARRRGGGHHH!!!


    I think we have differing reasons for our butterage. I see it as a spreading aid. You enjoy the taste. When Iwas little I had all sandwiches/toast without butter as I hated it.
    There's no need for butter with Taramasalata as it spreads fine without. Conversely, Marmite doesn't spread with melted butter, or without butter at all, hence lukewarm toast is the ideal state.
  • Khab 12 Nov 2003 15:56:21 6,578 posts
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    LEVERPASTEJ!
  • jaa 12 Nov 2003 15:58:57 962 posts
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    Wow. Sky high cholesterol levels all around, I bet.


    Anyway:

    5. Melted butter
    4. Melted butter
    3. Melted butter
    2. Melted butter
    1. Melted butter. Lots of it.

    I like simple things.
  • Alastair 12 Nov 2003 15:59:22 16,410 posts
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    Khab wrote:
    LEVERPASTEJ!
    Khab, I thought you were a marmite convert!

    :o)
  • jaa 12 Nov 2003 16:02:40 962 posts
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    Oh, I've yet to try marmite. Never saw it around here. Probably I'm lucky...
  • Tiger_Walts 12 Nov 2003 16:06:46 16,632 posts
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    There's always Vegemite for the antipodeans.

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  • Khab 12 Nov 2003 16:08:49 6,578 posts
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    jaa wrote:
    Oh, I've yet to try marmite. Never saw it around here. Probably I'm lucky...

    Trust me, you ARE.
  • Alastair 12 Nov 2003 16:14:25 16,410 posts
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    Khab wrote:
    jaa wrote:
    Oh, I've yet to try marmite. Never saw it around here. Probably I'm lucky...

    Trust me, you ARE.
    Don't listen to him, it's great stuff!
    Yeast extract spread. Mmmmmm, full of B vitamins.
  • mercer 12 Nov 2003 16:39:48 152 posts
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    Peanut Butter, Honey and Banana.

    Short, Medium and long term energy and tastes like....
    well, peanut, honey and banana really.
  • jaa 12 Nov 2003 16:48:24 962 posts
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    Thing is: I'm not really a fan of marmelade, jams and similar products. Could I like marmite anyway?

    I do like like peanut butter, though. And liver patÚ. And Nutella.


    Note to otto: don't! ;)
  • Alastair 12 Nov 2003 16:53:35 16,410 posts
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    jaa wrote:
    Thing is: I'm not really a fan of marmelade, jams and similar products. Could I like marmite anyway?
    Definitely, it's savoury rather than sweet.
  • jaa 12 Nov 2003 17:03:47 962 posts
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    Your turn, Khab!

    /me tries to think where the hell can he find the elusive marmite in the city of Oporto...
  • Alastair 12 Nov 2003 17:11:19 16,410 posts
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    jaa wrote:

    /me tries to think where the hell can he find the elusive marmite in the city of Oporto...

    Do you have any kind of British store?
    It's pretty rare outside the UK.
  • HitchHiker 12 Nov 2003 17:13:15 2,789 posts
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    Cheese. On toast. Yep, butter and cheese. Together.

    For some strange reason I hate cheese, unless it's been under the grill or in the oven, then I love it.

    Pizza, Lasagne, on toast, all fine.

    Cheese on it's own, yuck!

    HH.
  • jaa 12 Nov 2003 17:47:45 962 posts
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    Alastair wrote:
    Do you have any kind of British store?

    Hmmmmmmmm...Burberry's, BP, Barclays,... ;)

    Actually, we had a couple of Marks and Spencer stores here but they closed a few years ago. I always thought the failure was because of the clothes but maybe people stopped going there after trying marmite... :p
  • Lutz 12 Nov 2003 18:24:57 48,854 posts
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    Jaa, what country you from?
  • Alastair 13 Nov 2003 08:42:11 16,410 posts
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    He lives in Oporto in Portugal
  • Spin_Dr_Wolf 13 Nov 2003 09:30:44 6,170 posts
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    Blood orange medium cut marmalade, and a glass of cranberry juice (that wasn't on the toast though. Never brush your teeth after eating marmalade. Bleuch.
  • otto Moderator 28 May 2007 11:16:19 49,335 posts
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    Come on, we can make this interesting! No really, we can.

    In reverse order of preference:

    5. Lemon curd
    4. Nutella
    3. Peanut butter & jam
    2. Marmite
    1. Taramasalata

    (we'll take a thick coat of butter as read)

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