Discussion in 'SMB' started by Son of Stan, Nov 8, 2018.
Similar to a saveloy iirc except it was in a plastic type wrapper with metal fasteners at each end.
Holy baloney. I’d nearly forgotten this delicacy until tonight
There used to be various sizes just like a gentleman’s member
I still like Branson pickle added, when I’m eating a mild curry and boiled rice, with chips obvs.
That stems from thornhill school dinners
Mam used to make me aero sandwiches.
Slices of bread and butter with crumbled aero inside. Thought it was a normal thing until i told everyone
Sticky milk (condensed milk) sandwiches. Used to get up to the eyes with it dripping out.
That sounds very much like a Tunisian dish but they add fresh chilis - can't remember what it's called but it tastes brilliant.
Cold bean sarny
Condensed milk with a spoon straight from the tin
dripping sarnies on white bread...
me grandad used to have condensed milk sarnies
You are Mike Parry and I claim my
Asda do a good one, or at least it was 20 years ago.
Rich Tea biscuits with butter on.
Beef paste on cream crackers.
Tin of sausages and beans with fried bread.
Oxo cube sprinkled on buttered white bread.
Tin of beans with two fried eggs, eaten without spoon or fork, only slices of white bread.
Chocolate pudding and pink custard.
Polony Sausage. There's a Saturday tea time treat encased in plastic right there.
Tomato sauce, brown sauce and salad cream mixed together
Banana and custard, Pasta and Baked Beans - I also found out when I moved down south, having beans with shepherd's pie is not normal?? Don't think I've ever had it without beans!
How could I forget dip and bread! When dad was cooking Sunday Beef he would shout, does anyone want dip and bread and I was first in the queue. A piece of white bread soaked in the ‘juice’ from the meat and especially good with the brown crusty bits to add a bit more flavour.
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