Favourite thing...on toast!

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  1. Schistocerca

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    Taramasalata...yum
     
  2. Bumbles861

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    Cheddar cheese topped with warm canned spaghetti.
     
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  4. kirsten187

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    Marmite
     
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    I do hope that was supposed to be "knawing," rather than "knowing" (in the Biblical sense of the word.)
     
  6. propita

    propita Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    If you make it a tortilla with the scrambled eggs, you have breakfast to go! And you can add onions and such. Your own breakfast burrito.

    Now I'm hungry.
     
  7. RJDiogenes

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    ^^ That's good, too. I've bought the pre-made kind, but I've never made my own.
     
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    Definitely tomato and cheese...
     
  10. Scrambo

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    Marmite or marmalade
     
  11. cultcross

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    In terms of spread, butter with strawberry jam.
    In terms of snack meals of '<item> on toast', baked beans. Closely followed by poached egg. Sometimes, I have both.
     
  12. Haggis and tatties

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    Nice bit of Scottish chedder, sliced up garlic clove, and a good splash of worcestershire sauce, then under the grill for a few min's to melt it.

    MMmMMmMmMmmMMmmmmMMmmM.
     
  13. Niorah

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    Oooh, another one I used to have a lot when I was still in Italy is the classic italian bruschetta: toasted bread, then you rub garlic on it, and you add a bit of olive oil and a pinch of salt. So simple and so delicious. :drool: