Marmite

Posted by: alz44 on April 16, 2018

Thank you Alz44 :)

Posted by: PuttyTatters on April 16, 2018

Thanks alz44, much appreciated!

Posted by: kimbilly on April 16, 2018

What the heck is Marmite? Never heard of it!

Posted by: anonymous on April 16, 2018

Its an English item -- my mother is English and loves it! I hate it!


Posted by: Patt on April 16, 2018

Marmite, the 'love it or hate it' paste made from yeast extract with a yeasty, salty, soy sauce flavor

Posted by: anonymous on April 16, 2018

Marmite and toast are one traditional combination, I think

Posted by: demon1102 on April 16, 2018

Thanks alz44! Have a great day!

Posted by: jking on April 16, 2018

Marmite is made from yeast extract, a by-product of beer brewing

Posted by: anonymous on April 16, 2018

My daughter lived down under for years and loves it. I tried it but it doesn't work for me.

Posted by: Pansy on April 16, 2018

thanks

Posted by: skeetersden on April 16, 2018

End date is actually 4/27 not 4/23

Posted by: catsters on April 16, 2018

Thanks for the answer. Much appreciated!

Posted by: Kmn711 on April 16, 2018

Some weird names for English food, or just weird English food - - - Toad In The Hole, Spotted Dick, Jellied Eels, Pigs In Blankets, Welsh Rarebit, Bubble And Squeak, Stargazy Pie, Angels On Horseback, Black Pudding, Bedford Clanger, Haggis, Neeps and Tatties, Lancashire hotpot, Mushy peas, Marmite and toast, Jam Roly Poly and Bangers And Mash, There's another which I didn't include because of it's additional (derogatory) meaning for the gay community. I had no idea there was an English food with this offensive name. You have to pluralize the word to find the English food.

Posted by: anonymous on April 16, 2018

Thank you!

Posted by: BadGirl on April 16, 2018

Answer for apr. 17 psychology

Posted by: GRANNYHIN on April 17, 2018

Thank you!

Posted by: warrior1 on April 17, 2018

Thanks granny!

Posted by: Kmn711 on April 17, 2018

Thanks

Posted by: George on April 17, 2018

Thank you

Posted by: Flo on April 17, 2018

Toad in the Hole=Sausages in Yorkshire Pudding (not individual ones-but an 8x8" cake pan - soooo good - miss my mum's cooking !) Spotted Dick=a steamed pudding with currants in it. Delicious with custard. Pigs in Blankets=Pork sausages wrapped in bacon, toothpick to hold & ease of serving. Baked in oven. (We always had these with turkey dinner.) Welsh Rarebit=cheese on toast, Bubble & Squeak-good way to use leftovers, Cabbage, mashed spuds, ham, etc. Just fry up together to heat through (I use butter or bacon fat-3 or 4 rashers of bacon). Angels on Horseback=Fresh Oysters wrapped in bacon, baked in oven. Bangers & Mash=Fat sausages with mashed potatoes (usually with garden peas & lots of gravy), Mushy peas=usually served with Fish & Chips (not a fan, when in UK, got garden peas subbed). As to the "so called" offensive word, it's still in use, as they are not so PC in the UK. Saw it on a food stall sign on the bay at Barry Island (resort area outside of Cardiff). Short version of the word is also slang for a cigarette. Marmite in UK, Vegemite in Australia. It's a "Love it or Hate it" item. I hate it. In Oz, they also make "fairy bread" for kids. Butter (not marg), on white bread, sprinkle with "Hundreds & Thousands". (tiny Non-Pareils). Lancashire Hot Pot=Lamb Stew.
(on a side note, my mum was so annoyed that she couldn't use the word "gay" the way she was taught - which meant happy !!)

Posted by: Anne (Anon in Van) on April 17, 2018

I make myself go through all of my lines all by myself

Posted by: dtfirn on April 18, 2018

ANSWER FOR APR. 18 - LAURIE METCALF -
She makes herself go through all of my lines all by myself just before the show.

Posted by: GRANNYHIN on April 18, 2018

Thanks

Posted by: George on April 18, 2018

Thanks again!

Posted by: Kmn711 on April 18, 2018

Apr 19 Baby MC Underbite

Posted by: skeetersden 4 hours ago

Thank you, skeetersden

Posted by: wilson 4 hours ago

Thanks

Posted by: George 3 hours ago


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