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5 hours ago, Sir Creep said:

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/11087249/marks-spencer-marmite-butter-cheese/

 

Marks & Spencer has teamed up with Marmite to sell cream cheese and butter tasting of the popular spread.

Whether you love it or hate it, the new items rolled out in M&S stores March 4.

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God sake.

 

I’d rather lick the musty innards of my dead grandad’s bladder.

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On 19/03/2020 at 03:34, The Quim Reaper said:


God sake.

 

I’d rather lick the musty innards of my dead grandad’s bladder.


With taste buds like that, best you do that and leave Marmite and Marmite products to people of culture.  I’m not sure if anyone has ever embarrassed themselves more on these forum pages.  I attached your post so you couldn’t delete it lol :P

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26 minutes ago, Sir Creep said:


With taste buds like that, best you do that and leave Marmite and Marmite products to people of culture.  I’m not sure if anyone has ever embarrassed themselves more on these forum pages.  I attached your post so you couldn’t delete it lol :P

 

I can definitely think of someone.

 

Reginald D Hunter, off of Americans, once nailed what Marmite is like:

 

 

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Today is perfect grilled cheese sandwich day.  Sadly it’s not perfect photo day but I will amend the one bad photo later.

 

1. put Kerrygold in your pan.  I didn’t say butter.  I said Kerrygold.  Substitute something else from Ireland if you must.  

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2. I never eat anything but organic bread, unless and until it’s grilled cheese.  Artisano by Sara Lee is thick and soft (save your comments).  If you’ve an alternative, great.  Not really.  Artisano or bust.

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3. The Kerrygold - which you did not refrigerate - is spreadable.  Thin coat one side.

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4. Kerrygold side down.  Cool maybe 2 minutes, but check don’t let it burn ffs.  

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5. While your two minutes is ticking put another thin coat of Kerrygold on rest of bread.

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6. Shite photo - but I flipped it so you got the idea how cooked it should be.  Lightly browned.

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7. Get cheese on there.  Mild cheddar (from deli) works.  Pick your poison.

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8. If necessary cover for a minute to trap heat/melt cheese.  All this only takes a couple minutes so maybe not necess.

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9. As Monty Python says: Put things on top of other things.  Damn perfect as usual.

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10. Give to munchkin.

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I’ve always pondered the logic of frying an (imitation) cheese sandwich in (imitation) butter, and calling it ‘grilled’. 

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On 01/03/2006 at 14:31, Boudicca said:

I like Tuna Pasta.

 

Recipe?


interesting post, this.  14 years hence.

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6 hours ago, Sir Creep said:


interesting post, this.  14 years hence.

 

What is your point? Are you making this? No.

 

Anyways don't imperialists call it "tuna casserole" the absolute weirdos?

 

Or post that thing you do with AUBERGINES, which are NOT EVER called eggplants except by barbarians. Or that pizza. I don't care. These are desperate times. 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, Boudicca said:

Or post that thing you do with AUBERGINES

 

Is it this?

 

 

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46 minutes ago, Toast said:

 

Is it this?

 

 


That’s the one.

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