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    Beans on Toast

    Fok all this arty farty food, here is some real nosh and it's so easy even Bad Puppy can make it.


    Take a can of beans and gently spoon its contents into a saucepan.


    Next, take some white bread and cut it to a thickness of exactly 1.56cm


    Now, gently cook the beans to a temperature of 64C.


    Next, toast the bread under a grill. Do not use a toaster. Then spread with unsalted butter chilled to exactly 16.8C.


    Spoon the cooked beans onto the toast. Do not dollop them out of the pan!


    And "Voila" the perfect baked beans on toast!

    Perfect!!!!!

    And for any of you posh you can make it extra special by adding cheese or some sos or sommit.

    I've just had some for me tea.
    Last edited by NickA; 23-02-2006 at 08:57 PM.

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    Fokin hell, that bird is rank, glad I didn't look at her before I ate.

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    That's his misses.

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    And he so handsome. Imagine!

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    Oh yes

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    Beans and toast is sorta like corn and pizza. Do you Brits really eat that stuff? And for breakfast?? That is what us Yanks serve to the less, emmm less fortunate.

    *runs to kitchen bombshelter*
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    Thetyim! You are a sick dude. Wish I had done it first....

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    Yup I appreciated it as well mate. Well done!!

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    Beans on toast is the kind of meal that you eat when you are poor and can't really be fooked to steal decent food from the neighbours.

    But, to be truthful, I look forward to it more than most meals.

    You can always use the now infamous chat up line from this guy....



    Do you want to lick the baked bean skin off me teeth, love???

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    Baked beans rock!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Baked beans rock!!!
    Gotta agree with that. But, then, white beans with ketchup and sugar ina can hardly qualify as baked beans. Do they?

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    Dunno what's in them, but those Arayam or whatever the name is, are luvvly. I had some for breakfast a wee while ago.

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    Next you're up here we'll go to Mad Dogs for breakfast, Full English they call it, (how'd I know?) bacon, sausage, ham, beans, taters, eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes, toast with butter and marmalade, coffee/tea and juice. It was 120 baht might be 130 now..
    You guys just eat a breakfast like that and go back to bed or what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by friscofrankie
    You guys just eat a breakfast like that and go back to bed or what?
    Nope. I go and play rugby.

    Laters...

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    Ayams beans are fine, but you have to get the unsweetened ones with the blue stripe as the normal ones are suited to Thai taste.



    Actress Kate Winslet enjoys her new baked beans flavoured crisps! In the ads, Gary Lineker tries to snatch crisps from celebs

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    Please tell me more Nick.
    Where do you buy them.
    I have never seen beans with a blue stripe before.

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    I like the normal sweet ones better. Does that mean I've gone native?

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    Yep, you can get used to the sweet ones, but the blue stripe ones are nearer to the beans from home.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim
    I have never seen beans with a blue stripe before.
    The stripe is on the can rather than the beans. Can be bought in Tesco, Big C and Tops. A lot of places have the sweet ones.

    Or you could pay 80 baht or more for a can of Heinz

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