The perfect meal

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The perfect meal for a single man. Throw in a couple of sausages and a couple of eggs on toast. But which brand is the best. I like the Bush brand but they have not been on the s/market shelves for a while.

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^ Ha Ha Ha love it. For me as the marketing slogan goes, Beans means heinz
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for me
IHOP
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phuketrichard wrote:for me
IHOP
I'd kill for a good Pigs in a Blanket IHOP style.
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JBTrain wrote:
phuketrichard wrote:for me
IHOP
I'd kill for a good Pigs in a Blanket IHOP style.
For me it's biscuits and sausage gravy... preferably from one of the Bob Evan's restaurants.
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Crumbed chilli sausages ( they HAVE to be from Khmerita), mashed spuds and gravy!
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Hotdigr wrote:Crumbed chilli sausages ( they HAVE to be from Khmerita), mashed spuds and gravy!
I really just don't care for their sausages at all.
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A proper southern Indian Thali, with nibbles and sweets
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OrangeDragon wrote:
Hotdigr wrote:Crumbed chilli sausages ( they HAVE to be from Khmerita), mashed spuds and gravy!
I really just don't care for their sausages at all.


Each to their own mate, but I think I told you the story of the German butcher that stayed with us at The Cove? He had a string of 10 butchers shops in Munich and Berlin, specialised in sausages. 1st night, I said to him he had to try these, they were the best I'd ever had in Asia and as good as any I'd had in Oz ( believe me, us Ozzies and those Krauts,know sausages!). His reply was "thats a fukn big call Dave". For the next 3 weeks he ate them every night. I took him into meet Edi also and he watched their whole process. The night he left, his comment was "Dave, they are as good as anything I can make and I would be proud to sell them in Germany"
lol, You Yanks just don't appreciate a good sausage fest I reckon!
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