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26 minutes ago, Morgan said:

 

Eggs or no eggs.

 

Marmite or no Marmite, he’s got an arse like a cesspit and causes smells that are quite simply staggering.

 

Don't even mention Guinness.

 

 

thats the real reason you moved to the south of france

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5 minutes ago, milky_26 said:

thats the real reason you moved to the south of france

I can’t deny it.

 

To do so would be pure folly on my part.

 

 

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18 minutes ago, Pans Jambo said:

FRIED EGG SANDWICH!!!

 

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With, or without, Tomato Ketchup?

 

Or is that a whole new thread?

 

 

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16 hours ago, Salad Fingers said:

How do folk make their scrambled eggs? 

 

I crack 2-3 into a bowl, add cracked sea salt and pepper and a splash of milk then melt butter in a pot and in it goes. I know some people add cream and some nothing at all. 

 

Put it on two heavily buttered crispy rolls and jobs a good'n. I'm actually up with the wee one and now I'm in the mood for some on buttery toast 😋 

Flake is some smoked salmon and chopped chives to take this up to the next level.

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1 hour ago, Morgan said:

 

Eggs or no eggs.

 

Marmite or no Marmite, he’s got an arse like a cesspit and causes smells that are quite simply staggering.

 

Don't even mention Guinness.

 

 

 

I must admit that I can clear a room with one of my bahooky blasts.

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2 hours ago, jonnothejambo said:

 

I must admit that I can clear a room with one of my bahooky blasts.

Thanks for that.  👍

 

Just what I needed to know.

 

:biggrin:

 

 

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Pans Jambo
3 hours ago, Morgan said:

With, or without, Tomato Ketchup?

 

Or is that a whole new thread?

 

 

Soft yolk. Salt. Done!

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20 hours ago, Salad Fingers said:

How do folk make their scrambled eggs? 

 

I crack 2-3 into a bowl, add cracked sea salt and pepper and a splash of milk then melt butter in a pot and in it goes. I know some people add cream and some nothing at all. 

 

Put it on two heavily buttered crispy rolls and jobs a good'n. I'm actually up with the wee one and now I'm in the mood for some on buttery toast 😋 

As mentioned earlier, DO NOT ADD SALT until you serve. It makes the eggs/milk (or cream) seperate and you end up with liquid running that makes your toast/roll soggy. 

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Pans Jambo

Try Gordon Ramsays scrambled eggs. Orgasmic! 
Dinny burn the toast though!

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Spitonastranger said:

Eating chicken's period and the abuse the animal suffers

 

Organic in this house, for that very reason...caged or barn chicken farming should be banned...

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1 hour ago, Maroon Sailor said:

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Occasionally make my own ‘macmuffin’, Asda cheese muffin, poached egg, cheese slice and onion lorne

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Mcmuffins are some terrible shit. 

 

Have to disagree with the fried egg roll though, on a fresh morning roll that isn't tough as old boots, we bit of brown sauce, runny yoke. 

Oh my days. 

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8 minutes ago, Greedy Jambo said:

Mcmuffins are some terrible shit. 

 

Have to disagree with the fried egg roll though, on a fresh morning roll that isn't tough as old boots, we bit of brown sauce, runny yoke.

Oh my days. 

:facepalm:

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On 23/11/2021 at 20:42, joondalupjambo said:

Egg in cup with soldiers.

Knob of butter, salt and pepper in bottom of cup.  Add three or four chopped boiled eggs, slightly runny, stir, bit more salt, stir again.

Use soldiers to dip in cup as required.


My gran used to make something similar for me and my mum used to make it for me when I was recovering from illness. Not with soldiers though. Cut the crusts of some bread and tear it up and mix it in.

 

Love eggs all ways. Poached bottom of the pile. 

 

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1 hour ago, Greedy Jambo said:

 

I think this still covers you. 

 

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GPS eh? I see where you're going with that.

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8 minutes ago, jonesy said:

GPS eh? I see where you're going with that.

 

How many people know what GPS stands for though?

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6 minutes ago, Greedy Jambo said:

 

How many people know what GPS stands for though?

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Time to come clean.  We have two chooks so we get, usually two eggs every single day from them.  Eggs, eggs and more eggs!!  We live in a normal run of the mill hoose next to a main road but are lucky enough to have a small area with a coop and run that is self enclosed and safe for them.   Lot's of work though, as hard as having a dog as the wee beggars need constant care and attention.  

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On 23/11/2021 at 23:19, RS86 said:

Love eggs. Fantastic nutritional source. Was doing 10 boiled a day at one point though, got a bit much fairly quickly

 

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On 24/11/2021 at 00:42, Tazio said:

Too fussy. Cook them classic French style. Melt a knob of butter in a pan. When it’s foaming add two unbroken eggs, no whisking. Stir them continually with a wooden spoon until they’re totally broken up. Keep stirring. When they’re starting to look a bit cooked, take them off the heat. This is when you add salt and pepper as salt toughens the eggs if you put it in early. Also another knob of butter . Back onto heat and keep stirring until they’re the right texture and cooked.  
This way they’re a lot smoother and less lumpy. Also very rich and luxurious tasting. It’s all about the hard stirring. 

Tried this for today’s breakfast.Tremendous !

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15 hours ago, jonnothejambo said:

 

I must admit that I can clear a room with one of my bahooky blasts.

 

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Well However started the thread has got me  into bad habits . I had two poached eggs on toast yesterday then had French toast last night . Both lovely but I’m trying to stay off eating 🍞 it’s bad for diets. ,   But I enjoyed ! 

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11 hours ago, Greedy Jambo said:

 

I think this still covers you. 

 

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Oh there’s a few on this I regularly get called out on my grammar , spelling and just Mumbo  jumbo I write . Maybe I’m an undisguised dyslexic ? 

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30 minutes ago, JamesM48 said:

Maybe I’m an undisguised dyslexic ? 

Will get you a fake nose, 'tache and specs for Christmas then.

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1 hour ago, JamesM48 said:

Well However started the thread has got me  into bad habits . I had two poached eggs on toast yesterday then had French toast last night . Both lovely but I’m trying to stay off eating 🍞 it’s bad for diets. ,   But I enjoyed ! 

 

Why is bread bad for diets? As with most things eating too much is bad for diets, not the bread itself.

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46 minutes ago, jonesy said:

Will get you a fake nose, 'tache and specs for Christmas then.

 

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13 hours ago, Konrad von Carstein said:

 

Organic in this house, for that very reason...caged or barn chicken farming should be banned...

Thanks for the reply, but even organic eggs have a massive impact including the male chicks born who are instantly dispatched. 

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5 minutes ago, Spitonastranger said:

Thanks for the reply, but even organic eggs have a massive impact including the male chicks born who are instantly dispatched. 

I had forgotten about that to be honest :(

They could be fed up and sold as Capons (I think that's castrated males) still not great for them but better than the current outcome.

 

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32 minutes ago, Spitonastranger said:

Thanks for the reply, but even organic eggs have a massive impact including the male chicks born who are instantly dispatched. 

Anyone eating meat/animal products (myself included) needs to understand that they are eating a once living product and that there are plenty of things that we would rather turn our heads away from going on in the industry.

 

I've seen and helped in the slaughter of animals before eating, and have no issue with it. However, I always get a wee laugh at folk who 'couldn't bare to harm an animal' and then happily chow down on a KFC or steak. My mother's the worst for this - "I'm glad they don't like animals once they are on the shelf" :( 

 

Fair play to the vegans who go all in. 

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19 minutes ago, jonesy said:

Anyone eating meat/animal products (myself included) needs to understand that they are eating a once living product and that there are plenty of things that we would rather turn our heads away from going on in the industry.

 

I've seen and helped in the slaughter of animals before eating, and have no issue with it. However, I always get a wee laugh at folk who 'couldn't bare to harm an animal' and then happily chow down on a KFC or steak. My mother's the worst for this - "I'm glad they don't like animals once they are on the shelf" :( 

 

Fair play to the vegans who go all in. 

Thanks for the considered response, still makes me sad that people ignore the issues around what they eat 😔

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48 minutes ago, Konrad von Carstein said:

I had forgotten about that to be honest :(

They could be fed up and sold as Capons (I think that's castrated males) still not great for them but better than the current outcome.

 

Again thanks for the response, at least you are aware of the issues 

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9 minutes ago, Spitonastranger said:

Thanks for the considered response, still makes me sad that people ignore the issues around what they eat 😔

I think we've been trained to, TBH. Fetishisation of food, and marketing/advertising connecting food to status and values has resulted in a very odd situation, especially in western society. Meat and animal products are just another part of that, IMO. Used to love it in China, Tunisia and Spain where it was more typical to head to a market and be sold the stuff by the people had reared/grown it, rather than have it packaged as something 'everyday' or 'speciality'. 

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22 hours ago, Pans Jambo said:

Try Gordon Ramsays scrambled eggs. Orgasmic! 
Dinny burn the toast though!

 

 

 

Did this at lunchtime even nipping out just to get some Creme fraiche; a bit of a revelation I have to say.

Pretty embarrassed at how I used to make them 😄

Acid test now is to see if our 3 year old goes for the new method or prefers the lumpy and dry scrambled eggs she used to get.

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