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Bread Products World Cup

Discussion in 'Gold' started by Steak Pie, Jun 2, 2006.

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  1. MJB

    MJB Midfield

    No, it's Jewish unleavened bread (i.e.no yeast) but it is bread.

    From Wikipedia:

    Matzo
    (also Matzoh, Matzah, Matza, Hebrew מַצָּה maṣṣā) is a Jewish food item made of plain flour and water, which is not allowed to ferment or rise before it is baked. The result is a flat, crispy, cracker-like bread.
     
  2. lofty

    lofty Midfield


    Hope you enjoyed lunchtime - mine was a bit of a disaster, got all the way round asda to get lunch and tea stuff, arrived at the checkout only to realise my purse was still on my desk - d'oh
     
  3. Steak Pie

    Steak Pie Striker

    Would be a cake in my book, but I'm open to arguments.

    And it mings.
     
  4. Pebbles

    Pebbles Striker

    Malt loaf is definitely bread, not cake. Doesn't the inclusion of eggs make the difference?

    You never know - by the end of the day you could have a full qualifying round to do first!

    I did that not too long ago - fortunately it was just in the local newsagents and I only wanted the local paper and a packet of Giant Smarties.
     
  5. lofty

    lofty Midfield

    Inclusion of the word "loaf" makes it bread, and you spread butter on it therefore not cake
     
  6. swindon mag

    swindon mag Guest

    Matzos and malt loaf are not bread.

    FACT
     
  7. Steak Pie

    Steak Pie Striker

    Thats what I say, but it's a democracy here. If theres a persuasive argument for losing one and replacing it, I'm listening (watching)........

    Right, nominations closed and due to the lack of any persuasive arguments, the list stands. The draw will be done on Sunday and the group stages will commence on Monday.

    Bet you can't wait. :-D
     
  8. Who won then?
     
  9. Steak Pie

    Steak Pie Striker

    Busy busy, didn't get a chance to put them up today......

    The draw was done last night by a rather bemused Mrs Pie, Group A as follows......

    Naan
    Garlic Bread
    Scotch Bread
    Milk Loaf

    Please vote for your group winners and runners up, we'll award 2 points for your group winners, 1 for your runners up, all points added up and the top two will qualify for the knockout stages.

    One vote each, closing at 3.00pm tomorrow......
     
  10. Garlic Bread 1st
    Naan 2nd

    :confused::confused::lol::oops:
     
  11. Little waster

    Little waster Full Back

    1st Naan
    2nd Garlic

    as expected.
     
  12. Steak Pie

    Steak Pie Striker

    Theres always an upset or two.......
     
  13. Hazey

    Hazey Guest

    1st naan
    2nd garlic

    (although it depends on what sort of naan really. I once got a peshwari naan with honey all over it. with a curry. was a little on the sweet side like)
     
  14. Jasper

    Jasper Striker

    Group of Death Group A like

    1st Garlic Bread
    2nd Milk Loaf
     
    Last edited: Jun 6, 2006
  15. Little waster

    Little waster Full Back

    Bit of a Freudian clit there.
     
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  16. Jasper

    Jasper Striker

    ;)
     
  17. Steak Pie

    Steak Pie Striker

    I still have nightmares about a Naan served to me that had raisens in it. *shudder*

    1. Garlic Bread
    2. Milk Loaf
     
  18. Pebbles

    Pebbles Striker

    1. Naan
    2. Milk Loaf

    Sorry garlic bread but that's the way it is.
     
  19. Hazey

    Hazey Guest

    the peshwari can take many forms, and one of those is having the raisins in the middle. I like a peshwari naan but you can never be totally sure what you are getting so it's a bit of a minefield, the garlic naan is safer, but lacking alittle in excitement.
     
  20. Pebbles

    Pebbles Striker

    Peshwari should have sultanas in it, not raisins.
     
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