Discussion in 'The Lockdown Lounge' started by Seaviewer, Jun 5, 2020.
What is your favourite spread on toast?
Mine? Raspberry jam. Mmmm.
I don't even need to think about this...
I don't understand marmite, how to interpret its taste.
I used to love DUO PENOTTI and SANDWICH SPREAD but these days I like to play it safe. A little bit of honey for me, thank you.
Interesting. Does this mean you've tried it and it didn't register? It can have that weird metallic thing going on.
Oh, I used to love Sandwich Spread. It's just a shame it looks like it's been found on a city centre pavement on a Sunday morning.
But since I love Marmite, perhaps I'm the less said the better.
I love toast.
Usually peanut butter (crunchy) is my favourite, but I also love - LEMON CURD.
Or real butter.
My toast also has to be done on both sides. When I was a kid, my Lovely did it in the oven, but only on one side and the sogginess on the other side used to freak me out.
I like marmalade. Though if I have two slices of toast then only one slice can have marmalade on it. As two is just too sweet. Really though my favourite is Apricot jam.
I have not had this in years but used to love it as a child.
Is it an NI thing??
I hadn't had it for years then took a craving one day last week
Possibly. I have distinct memories of my Lovely giving it to me on my dummy! The same with honey. I imagine Lemon curd would be a bit too sweet for me now though. Though on the one slice might be ok.
Oh it's yummy.
In other news, I absolutely detest honey.
I like it in lemon tea.
Oh my God, LEMON TEA, another Lovely special!!! It has to be an NI thing @Alexis
I think I hate honey because in any show I've done if my throat is sore I'm made to gargle it with vinegar. BOKE.
Well that sounds vile. Why vinegar?
It's meant to dull the pain. Apparently.
I often find that paracetamol does the job.
When I could eat sugar it would have been blackcurrant jam (and butter of course) but now it's probably hummus.
Oh I really think you should. lol
I really like yeast extract (I buy a supermarket own brand as it's cheaper than Marmite). Smooth peanut butter would be a close second, followed by fine cut marmalade.
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