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    Peanut butter and strawberry jam on toast.

    Here is a great English snack that's good any time of the day.
    It's fairly easy to make and luckily has all the important food groups covered.

    Ingredients:

    Sliced white bread.
    Peanut butter.
    Strawberry jam.
    Toaster.
    Knife.



    Put the bread in the toaster and when it's done use the knife to slap a layer of peanut butter on while the toast is still warm.



    Then using the same knife smother the peanut butter with a layer of strawberry jam.



    And serve with a mug of tea.



    Now that's tasty...
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    tut tut tut, you're fucking the culinary chain of command up there Neo.

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    I thought it was american idea aka peanut butter and jelly.

    Never tried neither dishes.

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    I reckon he has been shopping at Lidl.
    But not bad,bit sweet with the jam though.
    I have phases sometimes peanut butter and jam,but my favorite mix is fried egg, cheese and brown sauce sandwich,make sure the yoke is runny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey View Post
    I reckon he has been shopping at Lidl.
    But not bad,bit sweet with the jam though.
    I have phases sometimes peanut butter and jam,but my favorite mix is fried egg, cheese and brown sauce sandwich,make sure the yoke is runny.
    Can't beat Lidl for price on the canned stuff..
    I was thinking of calling the thread 'Toast' so we could all add our favorites, but thought I'd go with the quintessentially English "Peanut butter and strawberry jam on toast."

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    Really? Ive never met anyone who eats this in the UK, I'd always thought it was a Yank thing too.

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    it is a best seller in USA and known as "PBJ"by most kids before they are old enough to say Peanut Butter.

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    That is the gayest most anemic 'toast ' I've ever seen
    It even makes Thailand breakfast toast look like a sambo,
    this is toast
    and it should be finger burning hot , not pansy 'warm'


    and not another camp square plate
    have you been to the same posh shop as Nigleandjan ,
    and how many spatulas does a man need ?
    there are at least 12 there ..........

    Are you left handed too ?

    jam looks tasty though !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    I thought it was american idea aka peanut butter and jelly.

    Never tried neither dishes.
    Yup Neo's been Americanised. That stuff is so damn sickly, inedible for normal folk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stinky
    Yup Neo's been Americanised. That stuff is so damn sickly, inedible for normal folk.
    Indeed.

    I use floor vinyl adhesive as it has less crap added than peanut butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    I thought it was american idea aka peanut butter and jelly.

    Never tried neither dishes.
    You really haven't missed anything. Kids in the States grow up eating this stuff as mothers there are too lazy or busy to prepare proper meals. I shudder at some of the meals I've eaten just 'cause it was 'quick & easy'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Stinky
    Yup Neo's been Americanised. That stuff is so damn sickly, inedible for normal folk.
    Indeed.

    I use floor vinyl adhesive as it has less crap added than peanut butter.
    Well there are some good things about America.. PBJ's, Bill Hicks, Fender, Hendrix, err... ok well not that many things.
    Nothing wrong with peanut butter and jam on toast, it's well balanced and highly nutritious, it's got all the food groups, protein, carbs, fruit, vitamins and the others ones too.

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    I thought everyone knew peanut butter goes with honey

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    You should change the name to the crazy snack thread
    Peanut butter and jelly is definitely American, I first tried it at age 25, not bad

    I used to like tomato sauce on toast.

    The Breville is a great invention, you can conjure up all kinds of tastebud sensations in one of them


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    I suppose that peanut & jelly sandwitches are better than that horrible stuff from 'down under' - marmite. That goo is positively revolting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    I suppose that peanut & jelly sandwitches are better than that horrible stuff from 'down under' - marmite. That goo is positively revolting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee
    that horrible stuff from 'down under' - marmite.
    Here's an example of a Geographically challenged poster

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    makes my teeth want to jump the gum.
    Last edited by Mykinos; 08-09-2011 at 07:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee
    that horrible stuff from 'down under' - marmite.
    Here's an example of a Geographically challenged poster
    Does that marmite stuff originate from OZ or not?

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    All said and done, the cuppa looks spankin'..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii View Post
    You should change the name to the crazy snack thread
    Peanut butter and jelly is definitely American, I first tried it at age 25, not bad

    I used to like tomato sauce on toast.

    The Breville is a great invention, you can conjure up all kinds of tastebud sensations in one of them

    Crazy snacks? Tomato sauce on toast is nothing, when I was 3 or 4 I apparently used to insist on putting tomato sauce on WEETABIX! With milk.

    There is even photographic evidence of it somewhere in my mums house!

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    I would think Gordon Ramsey is shaking in his kitchen with this creativity Rob ,,, did you go to evening classes ? or join a cookery club ?

    You,ve never forgiven me for my plate,s have you Bluey ? mind you its good to see you was paying attention

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    Mabe while your on a roll , you could do a pic post about Marmite on toast ,,, I for one would be facinated to see how that one pans out ,,, if its a success I might even give it a go

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    All said and done, the cuppa looks spankin'..
    I do make a proper cuppa, usually Tetley, but on the PG's lately.

    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    I would think Gordon Ramsey is shaking in his kitchen with this creativity Rob ,,, did you go to evening classes ? or join a cookery club ?
    I made it look easy I know, and no swearing, self taught and dedicated to my art.

    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    You,ve never forgiven me for my plate,s have you Bluey ? mind you its good to see you was paying attention
    He has got, dare I say it, a woman's eye for detail...

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