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Old 05-26-2005, 03:40 AM   #31
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thats 1-0 to beans
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btw - Poached egg can kiss my ass. Don't like that at all...


Scrambled however.....
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Old 05-26-2005, 03:44 AM   #33
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btw - Poached egg can kiss my ass. Don't like that at all...


Scrambled however.....
Sorry buddy but i prefer poached as opposed to fried or srambled.Maybe that could be another thread...How do you like yours?
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WTF?? You are officially the king of random thread topics.


Uhhhh...... Beans for me.
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Hmm... I like scrambled eggs, poached eggs, and eggs in omlette form... not so much for the fried eggs, though.

In any case... I will have eggs on toast. Never tried beans on toast, though. Beans are more of a 'have them with hotdogs and/or at a campfire' kind of thing. Sometimes in chili form, as beans are a major constituent of sweet lady chili. Might be worth a try though, if beans on toast is as good as this thread seems to indicate.


I just had some peanut butter on toast. North American sweet hydrogenated vegetable oil peanut butter that doesn't seperate into oil and paste... I can't stand true peanut butter... blech... give me the mass produced synthetic stuff any day.
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Old 05-26-2005, 04:06 AM   #36
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Uhhhh...... Beans for me.
2-0 to beans
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Hmm... I like scrambled eggs, poached eggs, and eggs in omlette form... not so much for the fried eggs, though.

In any case... I will have eggs on toast. Never tried beans on toast, though. Beans are more of a 'have them with hotdogs and/or at a campfire' kind of thing. Sometimes in chili form, as beans are a major constituent of sweet lady chili. Might be worth a try though, if beans on toast is as good as this thread seems to indicate.


I just had some peanut butter on toast. North American sweet hydrogenated vegetable oil peanut butter that doesn't seperate into oil and paste... I can't stand true peanut butter... blech... give me the mass produced synthetic stuff any day.
damm.... eggs pull one back,its 2-1 to beans united
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Hmm... I like scrambled eggs, poached eggs, and eggs in omlette form... not so much for the fried eggs, though.

In any case... I will have eggs on toast. Never tried beans on toast, though. Beans are more of a 'have them with hotdogs and/or at a campfire' kind of thing. Sometimes in chili form, as beans are a major constituent of sweet lady chili. Might be worth a try though, if beans on toast is as good as this thread seems to indicate.


I just had some peanut butter on toast. North American sweet hydrogenated vegetable oil peanut butter that doesn't seperate into oil and paste... I can't stand true peanut butter... blech... give me the mass produced synthetic stuff any day.
The beans in question,i believe,are a very british tradition.Haricot beans in a rich tomato sauce......ummmmm lovely on toast
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So there wasn't enough food threads around the other day...now we have two.

Do I smell the need for "The Naked Cheif" to be a little of a new sub-forum
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3-1 Beans.

Beans in a tomato sauce rich in sugar. A close second to a cheese and raspberry jam sandwich.
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3-1 Beans.

Beans in a tomato sauce rich in sugar. A close second to a cheese and raspberry jam sandwich.
3-1 back of the net!!!!!
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I love eggs. Too bad they're so high in cholesterol.
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Just posting here to say I disagree with the OTHER thread being closed.
About 4 of us were having a good chat in there, this 'gay thing' that people were taking offence to (that Boy didnt even intend on doing) had finished a long time ago, and the topic had been totally different for the previous 3 pages.

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Old 05-26-2005, 06:22 AM   #44
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Thanks for your input.

And just a reminder, threads about closed threads are against the FAQs, so get this thread back on beans or eggs or whatever, or THIS one will be closed too.
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