Weird Food Combinations that Work...maybe. (We've moved on from Hot Cross Buns)


#322

:+1:


#323

Tinned - good for some things - fish cakes, rissolles, sandwiches, niçoise - stuff where it is dressed or moistened
Fresh - Only good for Sushi, and then it has to be the fat belly.


#324

Strapline du jour


#325

Had two large crumpets generously buttered, betopped with a couple of slices of strong cheddar this morning.

Braw.


#326

Would have been better with pineapple as well :+1:


#327

Chutney Sir,

The cheese crumpet is naked vulnerable and abandoned without the correct condiment.


#328

Crumpets toasted, topped with Stilton, then grilled.

No chutney required.


#329

#330

Chutney not essential, but a jigger of onion marmalade serves to add piquancy sometimes :drooling_face:


#331

using tweezers fill each individual hole in the crumpet with a short strand of chive put the cheese on the crumpet, anoint with chopped red onion and melt under the grill.


#332

What is the difference between a marmalade and a chutney? Is it a sugar thing?


#333

Or a conserve and a preserve ?


#334

jammy


#335

Tinned packed in oil or broth, packed in water is not good. A mates Filipino girlfriend mixes up a tuna salad with pineapple in it, not bad axurally.
Sushi really is the best way to eat most fish :slightly_smiling_face:


#336

It’s worth the queue. Used to drive passed on the way to work… I will be making a detour back there in a week or two…http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/14385606.Customers_queue_round_the_block_for_hot_cross_buns/


#337

tuna in broth - never come across that. I agree about oil. The no-drain tuna in a can is as dry as the proverbial wotsit


#338

Wotsits are nice.

But not with pineapple.

Or tuna.


#339

The H.C Loaf



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#340

The things I’d do to one of those HC loafs if I got it alone::heart_eyes:


#341

Chutneys contain vinegar, marmalades don’t.