One for Glocknut

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  1. TranterUK

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    This is a crumpet, about 3" across. You toast them, butter them and eat them. Mostly at tea time (4pm ish).

    Very, very nice.
     

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  2. 358 winchester

    358 winchester New Member

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    looks a lot like an English muffin to me.
    I bet it would be good with some tomato jam or a slice of souse meat.
     

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    yeah, that's what i was thinking. Egg McMuffin... :D So English things aren't all that freaky afterall...? LOL

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    Tranter... are you guys the ones that do that fried egg stuck to a piece of toast thingie? I forget what they call it but it looks good! No idea how they get the egg to stick to the toast though...

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    Hmmm, maybe with a crisply fried slice of Spam and some course ground mustard, perhaps?
     
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    You cut a hole in the middle of the buttered bread/toast, drop the in the raw egg fry on stove top.
     
  7. Yup, looks like an English muffin to me too, but we usually eat them for breakfast, Tranter. In fact, I just had one this morning. :D;)
     
  8. TranterUK

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    If your talking about eggs on toast, Oh yes, one of the great meals of all time, simple quick and very tasty....with a cup of tea!
     

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    Same here. English muffin with peanut butter and Manderin oranges.

    My grandmother was Canadian and she had crumpets and tea every day; guess some of it rubbed of on me. Eggs on toast too...
     
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    Mmm, breakfast food........
     
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    That sounds a little more like 358winchesters type of junk food... :D

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  12. Sad, but true, Mike. Of course, Ron would probably add some jalapeños to it, just on general principles. :D;)
     
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    I like breakfast for every meal! :D
     
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    We enjoy breaking the fast at any meal, too.

    Love English Muffins with lots of real butter. Crumpets are also good with butter.....

    I do like McDonalds Egg McMuffin, too, as long as its fresh and hasn't hardened sitting on the warmer too long. I like to add a slice of sausage to the item along with the Canadian bacon..... :)

    Tran, do you have hot cross buns, too ?? They are good also with either butter or jelly. They were a special breakfast meal on Easter growing up but are good any time of year.
     
  15. TranterUK

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