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New improvised snack taste sensation

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Anonymous, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous New commenter

    Seems quite ordinary to me.
     
  2. moonpenny

    moonpenny New commenter

    Hmmmm....seems that Andy was delirious last night afterall as he is now in bed with a cold.
    This meant I was able to eat the last scone in the proper way, with strawberry jam.
    Marmite is the work of the devil.
     
  3. lapinrose

    lapinrose Lead commenter

    Definitely.
     
  4. Andy_91

    Andy_91 New commenter

    Could work with Philly.
    Do you think a drop of Tabasco could provide the alternative 'bite' (which you'd lose from the cheddar/stilton) to contrast with the Marmite?
     
  5. Lol.
     
  6. I agree. *shudder*
    However, it works quite well in certain veggie dishes although the Aussie Vegemite works just as well.


     
  7. The Marmite is where you are going wrong.
     
  8. Andy_91

    Andy_91 New commenter

    Marmite is never wrong.
     
  9. anon468

    anon468 New commenter

    Marmite is the food of the Gods!
    Bring me more Marmite. [​IMG]
     
  10. moonpenny

    moonpenny New commenter

    That's true - I used to put it in nut roasts but haven't made one for ages. Isn't it a good source of vitamin B?
     
  11. lilachardy

    lilachardy Star commenter

    It's the only vegetarian source of B12.
     
  12. moonpenny

    moonpenny New commenter

    I
    I have selfessly bought him the Guiness version, the valentine version with champagne and the extra strong version which I think had been left brewing for a million years ....cough.......splutter..... wince....
    [​IMG]
    I probably shouldn't show you this one,Manshee foe the sake of your health... beer and marmite, all in one place.......
    [​IMG]
     
  13. blazer

    blazer Star commenter

    Well one good thing is it will look and taste pretty much the same on the way up as it did on the way down!
     
  14. anon468

    anon468 New commenter

    Mmmmmm moony - lots of Marmite!!! [​IMG]
    I've got a jar of the limited edition Marstons Pedigree Marmite in the cupboard. I'm planning on selling it on eBay in about 20 years time when it should be worth a few bob (to help fund the pension).
    Wish I'd done the same with the Guinness and Champagne Marmites.
    Haven't tried the XO Marmite yet. I'm saving that for high days and holidays (special treats).
     
  15. Andy_91

    Andy_91 New commenter

    Noooo. Isn't that being like those blokes who buy toy train sets and keep them in the packaging and never play with them to keep the value?
    Break it out immediately!
    The Marmite XO is definitely my favourite of the limited editions I've sampled.
     
  16. anon468

    anon468 New commenter

    Ha, ha! Yes, this is true. [​IMG] I shall release the Marstons Marmite forthwith!
    Just had my first piece of toast and Marmite of the day after power cut that's lasted most of the morning. Cheese on toast with a good layer of Marmite slathered on the toast before you add the cheese is fab.
     
  17. Andy_91

    Andy_91 New commenter

    So is like the Guinness one - slightly lighter consistency and a bit more yeasty?
     
  18. anon468

    anon468 New commenter

    Definitely a lighter consistency, Andy and darker in colour. I thought it was also slightly malty, which was nice.
    Really good on granary toast. [​IMG]
     

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