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  • MrNutt
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    I don’t think that you eat enough marmalade.

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    how much is enough?

    sugdenr
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    Marmite and scrambled eggs

    Marmalade and sausages

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    I eat none, which is just enough as far as I am concerned.

    Premier Icon Tiger6791
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    What’s the difference between Jam & Marmalade? 🙂

    (Thank you MrNutt for tee’ing that one up, perfect timing given the other threads)

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    OP do you grow oranges or sugar beet/cane 😀

    TooTall
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    A British Chap would never eat jam at breakfast! Marmalade all the way. Lime if possible.

    Elfinsafety
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    I eat none, which is just enough as far as I am concerned.

    +1. Nasty bitty stuff.

    A British Chap would never eat jam at breakfast! Marmalade all the way

    Maybe a ponce would eat a preserve originating in the Mediterranean, but Jam is definitely a more indigenous foodstuff…

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    Food of the gods. An absolute pain to make (all that tiresome cutting up of orange peel) but you really can taste the difference.

    BikePawl
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    But marmalade is just orange jam!

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    Marmite on 1st slice of toast. Marmalade on 2nd slice of toast., using the same knife, not cleaned. mmmm.

    bikebouy
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    Thick Cut Orange or Lime in the Bouy houshold.

    Aga Toast (white bloomer, fresh baked)/Butter (Yeo Valley Organic)/Orange Thick Cut Marmalade and a fresh pot of Taylors Italian Roast Coffee..

    That ought to go on Master(shout)chef or that Great British BarkOff programme thats currently on..

    Lets see who can make the best’ist..

    Burnt toast and marmalade. 😀

    Premier Icon AndyRT
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    With whiskey!!!

    Now you’re talking 😀

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    Thick Cut Orange or Lime in the Bouy houshold.

    Aga Toast (white bloomer, fresh baked)/Butter (Yeo Valley Organic)/Orange Thick Cut Marmalade and a fresh pot of Taylors Italian Roast Coffee.

    I think I’ve just been totally out middle classed

    I doff my lower middle class Selfridges faux flat cap at you

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    “Aga Toast (white bloomer, fresh baked)/Butter (Yeo Valley Organic)/Orange Thick Cut Marmalade and a fresh pot of Taylors Italian Roast Coffee..”

    Home-made toasted organic stoneground spelt bread, home-made thick cut marmalade, locally-made butter and a flat-white with double-shot from the Gaggia.

    TooTall
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    Jam is definitely a more indigenous foodstuff…

    Living in a wattle and daub hut and crapping in a hole in the ground and eating root vegetables is also a bit more indigenous to Brits. However, I’ll bet you don’t complain about what those Romans did for us. Second thoughts, you probably do, being a downtrodden salt of the earth type and all that.

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    a flat-white with double-shot from the Gaggia

    Coffee? With toast and marmalade?

    *wanders off muttering*

    Macavity
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    Paddington Bear says…

    MrNutt
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    The Pickled Village thin cut lemon marmalade with added stem ginger & a drop of Siberian Ginseng on home baked sour dough served with Tregothan Classic Tea (grown in England).

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    Lemon marmalade at breakfast?

    Sheesh, these nouveaux riche…

    The Pickled Village thin cut lemon marmalade with added stem ginger & a drop of Siberian Ginseng on home baked sour dough served with Tregothan Classic Tea (grown in England).

    eh?

    mmmmmmmmmmmm

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