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ScottWoz
post Aug 15 2006, 05:19 PM
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It's taught many uncle D. Many of the bars and restaurants here in NZ place a fresh bottle on each of the tables at breakfast time. We've taught them well. HP has truly become a world class condiment. But regarding the bacon, soft white bread, yes, with crisp bacon and HP, simple. The real crime here is brown bread.


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Interesting combo Rad. When you say 'imitaton bacon' do you mean the sprinkly variety you can use on salads?


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post Aug 15 2006, 10:05 PM
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Nah - cooking for vegetarians isn't really that tough - just don't put meat in, and sometimes substitute tofu! haha.

Yeah - the bacon and bagel thing made me laugh a bit inside...but it's really good. Although I prefer my breakfast sandwiches on english muffins. And I'm not really down with the HP sauce - but ketchup - and lots of it!
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post Aug 15 2006, 10:40 PM
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but ketchup - and lots of it!

Yep. Usually go tommie sauce with the sausage, HP with the bacon (plus cheese if there's any handy). English muffins are definitely the way to go too, and provide the perfect environment for tucking in a soft poached egg amongst the creation.. thumbsup.png


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post Aug 16 2006, 12:31 AM
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Bacon in Scandi and Europe is used as tracing paper, if it is not being eaten. It is so thin !!!

Never the red. Always the brown. Thats what the English say.

Don't agree with the cheese. Only egg and it has to be brown bread. Lucinate states that you only have white when you have a chip buttie, and as she is a POM, I will not argue with her on thaty. But then again, for a POM, she has spent to long outside of the country to understand the brown sauce


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post Aug 16 2006, 08:26 AM
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The real crime here is brown bread.

Please no. Not for bacon. Please. Put anything on it. ANYTHING. But not bacon!


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post Aug 16 2006, 08:54 AM
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Yup Scott, you've got it right - now I"m starving!!!

I'm just a huge fan of the breakfast sandwich in general. Not from McDonald's tho - that's just nasty. Always made fresh - yummmmmm.


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post Aug 16 2006, 09:37 AM
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Yep, you've got me going now too. Breakfast sandwiches in general are a monstrous feed and very well received following a heavy night. Having devoured many, the best I found, literally, was called the B.E.S.T (bacon, egg, sausage and tomato). Usually found built into a triple decker (top half saus & tom, bottom half bacon & egg), the best BEST was always found in the unlikeliest of places, typically the scummiest industrial areas of working class Britain. Bootiful!


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post Aug 16 2006, 12:04 PM
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You forgot the BROWN SAUCE

And you call yourself English !!!


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post Aug 16 2006, 01:23 PM
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Superbly scrutinised Uncle D but come on, obviously the brown sauce goes without saying. We can't go calling this sublime creation a 'BEST+BS' now can we?


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Come on, Scott, this is a Chanuck post. They don't think the English way, and I have been there to long !!!


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post Aug 16 2006, 01:41 PM
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True.

Ok guys, were back to the maple syrup, but before we do I just remembered the king of kings. The only one mighty enough to put the B.E.S.T in the shade. It is of course, the mighty P.I.B!


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post Aug 16 2006, 03:02 PM
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I think I'm gonnd stick with Ka - nuckus , { Canadian } It sound sooo Indianish who were her before any of us >

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As to Maple Syrup < Cook all your stuff in that stuff , Especially EGGS & BACON.
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post Sep 3 2006, 11:23 AM
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HP has truly become a world class condiment.


Indeed... but I remember as a kid I once immersed a dulled copper coin (a 2p) in dollop of it overnight, and it came out shiny and new the next morning... after that I've always feared what it does to yer insides...


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post Sep 3 2006, 12:36 PM
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QUOTE(stevejames @ Sep 3 2006, 11:23 AM) *

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HP has truly become a world class condiment.


Indeed... but I remember as a kid I once immersed a dulled copper coin (a 2p) in dollop of it overnight, and it came out shiny and new the next morning... after that I've always feared what it does to yer insides...


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It keeps them nice and clean and as they are clean, they function correctly !!!


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post Sep 13 2006, 03:34 PM
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I haven't gotten through every reply on this topic so bear with me if these were already mentioned

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This post is still going !!! I will never change my mind. I don't like Canadians !!!


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post Sep 13 2006, 04:54 PM
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Just to show that there is no malice towards the Channucks here, in my latest story, there are loads of photos of Canadian origin remembering the dead from WW2

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post Sep 13 2006, 04:59 PM
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QUOTE(uncle_davros @ Sep 13 2006, 03:02 PM) *

This post is still going !!! I will never change my mind. I don't like Canadians !!!


Why don't you like Canadians? You know what they say:

"When you don't like someone, it's because they reflect something about yourself that you don't like and don't want to admit to."


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post Sep 13 2006, 06:34 PM
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haha...good one Carm!



oh wait...on second thought.....what is it that Canadians reflect in Uncle D that he doesnīt like???

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