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Toast or bread?

Toast
16
31%
Bread
36
69%
 
Total votes: 52

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by wormcode » Sun Jan 17, 2010 4:16 pm

dcrock wrote:not burnt toast but its gotta be slightly toasted. and some mayooooo
Agreed, slightly browned. If you want to get a little crazy, or are pretty stoned I would suggest buttering the bread (with real butter) and then quickly toasting it on the pan you just fried the bacon on. Just don't do it everyday and your arteries will forgive you. I prefer wheat breads but a couple of slices of white do go better with certain things.

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by Pi-Krust » Sun Jan 17, 2010 4:33 pm

karmacazee wrote:
Pi-Krust wrote: my veggie friend once made me a sarnie with that fakin bacon stuff,it were proper vile. :( :twisted: :baby:

Yeah, I'd rather go without than try and replace it. That Not bacon shit is, well you said it, vile.

Beanburgers are pretty much the only meat dish substitute worthy of being eaten.

Most veggie sausages are rank, Quorn is rank, and tofu is usually rank.
i'll happily eat meals consisting solely of veggies[and do 3 or 4 times a week],but i draw the line at meat replacement products bleurghh.Tofu's o.k though,especially deep fried and these are well nice.Image
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[japenese style and wild garlic ones are nice too]
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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by karmacazee » Sun Jan 17, 2010 4:58 pm

Pi-Krust wrote: You been to the Veggie food studios on Penarth Rd?,their food is lush[especially the chinese chilli paneer :U:
:o No, no I haven't! But I will now!

Cheers!

Hmmm,were you, by any chance, at the veggie festival we had in Cardiff last summer?
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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by blizzardmusic » Sun Jan 17, 2010 5:07 pm

particle-jim wrote:
kingldub wrote:white bread, ketchup.
and butter... not margarine
this tbh.

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by ShutThatShitDown » Sun Jan 17, 2010 5:08 pm

Slightly toasted
brown sauce

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by Pi-Krust » Sun Jan 17, 2010 5:21 pm

karmacazee wrote:
Pi-Krust wrote: You been to the Veggie food studios on Penarth Rd?,their food is lush[especially the chinese chilli paneer :U:
:o No, no I haven't! But I will now!

Cheers!

Hmmm,were you, by any chance, at the veggie festival we had in Cardiff last summer?
nah these things tend to be a bit too right on for my liking,having earnest discussions about the relative merits of soya milk versus rice milk ain't my ideal day out :D .Will be at the great british cheese festival in sept though,yum yum :U:.
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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by mugger t » Sun Jan 17, 2010 5:46 pm

Ok:

Bacon Sandwhich - white bread, ketchup, butter
If an egg's involved, toast is mandatory.

Also - http://uk.news.yahoo.com/5/20100117/tod ... 0a197.html :o

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by Firkles » Sun Jan 17, 2010 6:26 pm

If you toast the bread how does it soak up the yolk and turn into a gourgeous mess of melted butter, egg yolk, bacon fat and sauce, foo'? :q:

You toasted crew need shot :q:

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by HamCrescendo » Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:29 pm

Firkles wrote:If you toast the bread how does it soak up the yolk and turn into a gourgeous mess of melted butter, egg yolk, bacon fat and sauce, foo'? :q:

You toasted crew need shot :q:
Do you burn your bread or something? Toast can still soak up egg.

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by Shae » Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:39 pm

Both...

1 slice of toast, buttered
3 rashers of smoked bacon, trimmed of fat
generous portion of ketchup or brown sauce
1 slice of bread, buttered on both sides, crust trimmed
1 rasher smoked bacon, trimmed of fat
2 pouched eggs, soft yolks
1 slice of toast, buttered

or if it's quick, couple of rashers with a pouched egg sandwiched with buttered bread, not toast... the butter and yolk substitute the sauce when it's bread, whereas toast is alot dryer therefore requiring a healthy portion of hp sauce or ketchup
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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by ehcsztein » Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:21 pm

Lightly toasted white bread
mayo
ketchup
bacon (thick cut peppered/smoked)
lettuce
avocado
tomato

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by sonar » Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:01 pm

i used to be a devote toaster but over the last few days i thought i'd try it with normal bread and it's gooooood. apart from it gets stuck in your teeth/mouth which is annoying.

white bread
anchor butter
smoked pig (ALWAYS!)
bbq sauce

and cut diagnally.
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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by therapist » Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:07 pm

Ketchup is a last resort, if you actually prefer it to hp you're a paedo.

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by Firkles » Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:17 pm

ehcsztein wrote:Lightly toasted white bread
mayo
ketchup
bacon (thick cut peppered/smoked)
lettuce
avocado
tomato
cigarette LOLZ

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by Firkles » Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:17 pm

therapist wrote:Ketchup is a last resort, if you actually prefer it to hp you're a paedo.
:z:

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by therapist » Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:18 pm

Firkles wrote:
ehcsztein wrote:Lightly toasted white bread
mayo
ketchup
bacon (thick cut peppered/smoked)
lettuce
avocado
tomato
cigarette LOLZ
Aye, why add fucking avocodocas when you can add other ingredients like more bacon, or more bacon. As for toast vs bread... dunno, could just be more bacon for all I care.

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by missedthebus » Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:23 pm

Firkles wrote:
therapist wrote:Ketchup is never a last resort, im a paedo.
:z:
:o

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by leftdub » Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:32 pm

Firkles wrote:If you toast the bread how does it soak up the yolk and turn into a gourgeous mess of melted butter, egg yolk, bacon fat and sauce, foo'? :q:
I need to stop quoting and agreeing with Firky but this is spot on.

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Re: Bacon sandwiches

Post by feral witchchild » Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:48 pm

Hmm, white bread.

Though, really, who needs bread when you've got bacon?

I'd eat it all the time if I wouldn't end fat as shit.
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