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CassandraFroggie ... Ribbit !!!
4,224 posts
Location: Back in Paris... for now !


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Fire Princess,just received the raspberry jam by mail yesterday night. and could not beleive my eyes... you are a woman of word indeed !!!MERCI !!!!
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you rock !!!!please make sure you come to Paris to visit some time this year (we do have Eurostar now, and Eurolines too, it is a piece of cake... or pudding !!!)Anyway, AUspoiboy is gonna make fun of me again for being so excited about food... truth is I am even more excited to know we have such great people on the HOP ...shine on, Princess!Cassandra

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Marlboromember
180 posts
Location: St.Annes, Lancashire, England


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Princess - wb, and seen as you ask I put me mug on the Mug Shots thread l8er, hopefully my resemblence to jam shipping company is very slight!!Angie -- what's the latest on the jelly-bread?Cass -- dans l'amorage de la nourriture tartinable: J'aime le fromage franais, ce qui est le fromage le plus fort et smelliest que vous avez eu? M
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CassandraFroggie ... Ribbit !!!
4,224 posts
Location: Back in Paris... for now !


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Marlboro...
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you speak French ???????? how come ?I can eat any cheese, really. i very often say that my favourite cheese is the one that'd murder a fly ... "le fromage qui pue et qui tue les mouches"... there is one goat cheese guy in the market who worships me (yes, i am a *very* humble girl
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) because i am the ony costumer who buys "that brown , dry stinky thing"...Now i am even hungrier than before....I think we should really apologize to the chick that started this thread cause we are way off topic... no, wait ... that was me ... all right, no problem, then , spread on !!!
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Shine onCassandra

"I want brown bread... no, that is diesel oil..."
"So I was raised in Europe, where History comes from ..."
"NON !!! La Plume de mon oncle n est pas Bingibangibungi !!!"


Insatiable fire-faerie (Angie)BRONZE Member
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150 posts
Location: Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland,U.K


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Marlboro.....S*it!!!...I 4got about my little jelly bread experiment....I shall go and hunt around in my fridge and see what happened......
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Cass..thanks for sharing. U r a star!By the way, you guys over there in france are really into stinky cheeses arent u....some of them I am absolutley convinced you need a licence for!!! Some of them are so alive they can almost walk....it like.... if you dont eat them they are gonna eat you!!Beware of 'The Cheese'Angie x------------------"If you alway do what youve always done, youll always get what youve always got".....by 'someone wiser than me'

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CassandraFroggie ... Ribbit !!!
4,224 posts
Location: Back in Paris... for now !


Posted:
Warning : following post may hurt the sensitivity of some peole on this board...and make me lose some of my friends as well once they discover what i am capable of...the very best goat cheese I ever ate had wurms in it ... of course I removed the wurms (I'm not *that* sick yet) But really, nothing ever compared this amazing cheese...We even have one amazing cheese-only restaurant in Paris
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Shine onCassandra

"I want brown bread... no, that is diesel oil..."
"So I was raised in Europe, where History comes from ..."
"NON !!! La Plume de mon oncle n est pas Bingibangibungi !!!"


CassandraFroggie ... Ribbit !!!
4,224 posts
Location: Back in Paris... for now !


Posted:
Dearest Malcolm, just a thought...We've had a few discussions about superficial things such as : glowstick or fire ? favourite routines ? poi and aura etc.. But i have a feeling we are now finally reaching the very core of it , the whole essence of twirling .Suggestion for next poll :what kind of spreader are youa) marmite vegemiteb) nutella / jamc) cheese and salty mixtures (tapenade, tarama...)d) peanut butter / fluff and other deadly weaponse) other (no details *please*!!!)So, Malcolm, what do you think ? I beleive it might be the "moment of truth" ...Note to self : take medication...Shine onCassandra

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"NON !!! La Plume de mon oncle n est pas Bingibangibungi !!!"


NYCNYC
9,232 posts
Location: NYC, NY, USA


Posted:
Cheese only restaraunt! Put that on the list of things to do.
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audaxBRONZE Member
freelance bum
286 posts
Location: Upstairs, Australia


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Avocado and thai sweet chili sauce
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DurbsBRONZE Member
Classically British
5,688 posts
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England


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Pat Peperum, a.k.a. Gentlemens Relish is the bestest thing to spread on toast. It might be the same as anchovy butter, but I'm not sure...Marmite rocks.Crunchy Peanut butter over smooth anydayAnd a slight deviation, surely the nicest toast/spread related thing is butter over a toasted crumpet!Hurrah------------------I have only one burning desire....let me stand next to your fire

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Fire Princessmember
130 posts
Location: London/Brighton, UK


Posted:
Durbs - Even better than that is butter and RASPBERRY JAM on crumpets...with steaming hot tea...
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MMMMM!I'm going to have to go now and buy me some crumpets!Princess xxx

NYCNYC
9,232 posts
Location: NYC, NY, USA


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Tea, crumpets, raspberry jam. I bow to your infinite wisdom FP. In fact I want some for breakfast tomorrow. Now where can I find crumpets in my hood. Hrmmmm... gotta be a place.

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Auspoiboymember
219 posts
Location: Melbourne Australia


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Ahhhh now crumpets, thats the good stuff.Jam and crumpets...yess i like your work FP, but when i talk crumpets i can't past honey. Thats right, straight from the hive, golden honey. Ahhhhh I think im in love.Cheers APB

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CassandraFroggie ... Ribbit !!!
4,224 posts
Location: Back in Paris... for now !


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Now... please don't laugh, but what the heck is a crumpet ??????????shine onCassandra

"I want brown bread... no, that is diesel oil..."
"So I was raised in Europe, where History comes from ..."
"NON !!! La Plume de mon oncle n est pas Bingibangibungi !!!"


Auspoiboymember
219 posts
Location: Melbourne Australia


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Its kinda fluffy but toasted at the same time and they are extraordinarilly nice.See now you have to come to Aus to have crumpets. Oh and beer, coz aparently in the rest of the world beer is "like having sex in a canoe" it's F**cking close to water.
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PeleBRONZE Member
the henna lady
6,193 posts
Location: WNY, USA


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Auspoiboy, you haven't had German beer or Irish beer have you? No water there!!!!!
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And their versions of a pint vs my measuring cup pint are waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay different!Cass, I "kind-of" liken crumpets to croissants only smaller and crunchier on the outside.Prot Wine Cheese Spread...now there is something that goes down smoothe!------------------Pele Higher, higher burning fire...making music like a choir...https://www.pyromorph.com

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DurbsBRONZE Member
Classically British
5,688 posts
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England


Posted:
No offence, but Crumpets aren't really anything like croissants... Not even slightly, at least English (i.e. PROPER) ones aren't. How to describe one.... Imagine a Scotch pancake but thicker in size, but lighter in density. Now put bubbles all the way through it (Ideal for melted butter to drizzle down into) and brown-off one side to seal it. Put in toater until browning on the bubbled side and that is a crumpet.------------------https://welcome.to/thehugbubble I have only one burning desire....let me stand next to your fire

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DurbsBRONZE Member
Classically British
5,688 posts
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England


Posted:
OK, this is REALLY sad, but check out this link to answer your Muffin/Crumpet questions...https://www.hwatson.force9.co.uk/Magazine/2000/11-2000/muffins.htmSorry, I should go out more

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alleykatmember
49 posts
Location: Brooklyn, NY


Posted:
If we're going to get regional, there's a Philadelphia based snackfood company called Tastykake that makes something called a Krimpet. They are cakey and sweet and gooey. I don't know how far outside of Philly you can get them, but I'm almost certain they don't go beyond the tri-state area. I used to think Krimpets were crumpets spelled differently, but I see that I was very very wrong. Shout-out to all the Philly heads, yo!peace,alleykat------------------this little light of minei'm gonna let it shine...

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Whiffle Squeekaddict
416 posts
Location: Hartford, CT USA


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mmmm, i feel so out of it not having any strange or unusual foods to talk about, hmm, best i can think of is hot dogs cut up into egg noodles with loads of butter and parmesean cheese on top, and then when youre done with it all you can use toast to soak up all that lovely tasting leftover grease and oil, its quite enjoyable...

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Auspoiboymember
219 posts
Location: Melbourne Australia


Posted:
Well actually pele i have been partial to the old German/irish/dutch/belgian beer (as you can see i like my beer). The pint thingy, yeah germans have some good pints. There more like huge giant flagons of ale. Damn i wish i was a viking and could say that menecingly (fetch me some ale argghhh).Crumpets are exactly what durbs said. Couldn't describe em better.And hotdogs and egg noodle............ARE U INSANE MAN.
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Each to there own i guess

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CassandraFroggie ... Ribbit !!!
4,224 posts
Location: Back in Paris... for now !


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PARMESAN cheese !yes !!!that is heaven.. when I eat pasta or whatever, it is always covered completely with parmesan ..;love it !!!!shine onCassandra

"I want brown bread... no, that is diesel oil..."
"So I was raised in Europe, where History comes from ..."
"NON !!! La Plume de mon oncle n est pas Bingibangibungi !!!"


KatincaSee my vest.... see my vest...
693 posts
Location: Adelaide - South Australia


Posted:
Whiffle squuek:I read your post as hot "dogs" and interpreted it as dog as in cat and dog. It freaked me out ....Then I got what you meant.
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Bendymember
750 posts
Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia


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Yeah the imperial pints are good, but remember APB - Darwin/NT is the home of the 2L stubbyhere's proof:https://www.geocities.com/topaussieguide/Page1.htmand I quote:Darwinnians drink so much that they created their very own 2 litre beer bottle, called the Darwin Stubby. It is the biggest beer bottle in the universe.
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Me? I like my food like I like my poi - flaming hot
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yummm spicy food

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KatincaSee my vest.... see my vest...
693 posts
Location: Adelaide - South Australia


Posted:
2L Stubbie, heh thats cool. I have never seen that before.
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Janglamember
155 posts
Location: Oxford, UK


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Bendy - just had a look at the top Assie site and something made me giggle;There's a section on VB - well known Australian beer. It sayd that no-one in Australia knows what VB stands for and yet, posted on the front of the bottle in BIG letters are the words "Victoria Bitter"...surely this is a clue!?------------------"The tincture of night began to suffuse the soup of the afternoon. He considered the sentence, and found it good. He liked 'tincture' particularly. Tincture. Tincture. It was a distinguished word, and pleasantly countered by the flatness of 'soup'. The soup of the afternoon. Yes. In which may be found the croutons of teatime."

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KatincaSee my vest.... see my vest...
693 posts
Location: Adelaide - South Australia


Posted:
Heh that's so funny. Yeah we have a strange sense of humour over here, great isn't it ??*please note slight sarcasm in voice*------------------ ~*~ Katinca ~*~

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Bendymember
750 posts
Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia


Posted:
Yeah but Jangla - we Aussies can't read...
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audaxBRONZE Member
freelance bum
286 posts
Location: Upstairs, Australia


Posted:
Fresh chevre covered in cracked black pepper and icy cold Crown Lager. You have to make the cheese earlier that day to get the full effect.In case noone got the hint, I worked on a goat dairy once, and that is what cheese heaven is all about. We ate so much cheese, Oh!

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NYCNYC
9,232 posts
Location: NYC, NY, USA


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Parmisan Cheese?!?! A French girl who puts parmisan cheese on pasta?! Parmisan is what stupid Americans put on pasta because they can't pronounce romano or logatelli! You sure you don't just want to add some ketchup and call it a day?My image is crushed.... Poor cheese choice.

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CassandraFroggie ... Ribbit !!!
4,224 posts
Location: Back in Paris... for now !


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NYC, Sorry but you are wrong : "Parmisan" is what Yankees say when they can't pronounce PARMIGIANO...
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As for the ketchup (eewww) I would eat it if only you had not allready taken it all in your peanutbutter sandwich
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Shine onCassandraPS : and I can't beleive I am waisting my 5 minutes break from a horrible meeting to write that ...
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"I want brown bread... no, that is diesel oil..."
"So I was raised in Europe, where History comes from ..."
"NON !!! La Plume de mon oncle n est pas Bingibangibungi !!!"


Whiffle Squeekaddict
416 posts
Location: Hartford, CT USA


Posted:
ahaha, yeah Katinca, i try to refrain from eating household pets, then again, i wouldnt doubt if there was some parts of em in hotdogs, not exactly the most pure foodand Cassandra, parmesean is the ultimate condiment, it goes well with everything, mmm, parmesean on broccoli is soooooo good, yeah, im gonna go find some food to eat now...

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