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Old 20-12-2017, 06:32 PM
no fun
 
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Had the same as a kid. Did you ma make bread pudding as well ? Bread pudding , not bread and butter pudding, we never had the butter. Stale bread, some sterilized milk, a bit of lard and some currants left over from christmas.
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Old 20-12-2017, 07:13 PM
Sapien
 
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Exactly what I was thinking
 
Old 20-12-2017, 07:19 PM
saffers
 
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WUM foods thread is that way.
 
Old 20-12-2017, 10:10 PM
sa7
 
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Donít know if this is a bit of a local Salford dish because the only people I know who are familiar with it are relatives but mother used to do it to perfection - not that itís particularly demanding. Mates have commented that it sounds dodgy but loved it when I did it for them:

Sliced onions (break them up/not full rings)
Sliced cheese
half a mug of hot water

Chuck it in the pan together and simmer until cheese melted

pour onto toast + plenty white pepper. Tomato ketchup optional.

Best hangover food ever. You donít even need a huge amount of cheese as the onion is the dominant flavour. Missus does it nice too. Eldest lad addicted. Make v. Runny or not. I like to leave a few bits of cheese not melted. Preference.
My missusí gran used to make it. A vile concoction.

Sheís dead now, makes you think...
 
Old 21-12-2017, 12:20 AM
92ToBury
 
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Are there any pictures available of this runny cheese concoction? I still haven't quite managed to get my head round it.
Don't. I've only just recovered from ashtonred's culinary "delights".
 
Old 21-12-2017, 05:48 AM
Denis Irwell
 
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Eh up, the prawn sandwich brigade are in. No Hellmans, please - freshly made by the chef only, thank you very much

United built on Salford support - Salford support built on runny cheese n onion. Get onto it you f***ing fairies.

Girds the loins this stuff.

Last edited by Denis Irwell; 21-12-2017 at 05:58 AM.
 
Old 21-12-2017, 06:13 AM
Bunker Buster
 
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Itís far too early for this shit....
 
Old 21-12-2017, 08:13 AM
Denis Irwell
 
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Itís far too early for this shit....


Go back to bed

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My missusí gran used to make it. A vile concoction.

Sheís dead now, makes you think...

Never trust the in laws
 
Old 21-12-2017, 12:04 PM
dodger
 
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Originally Posted by Denis Irwell
Donít know if this is a bit of a local Salford dish because the only people I know who are familiar with it are relatives but mother used to do it to perfection - not that itís particularly demanding. Mates have commented that it sounds dodgy but loved it when I did it for them:

Sliced onions (break them up/not full rings)
Sliced cheese
half a mug of hot water

Chuck it in the pan together and simmer until cheese melted

pour onto toast + plenty white pepper. Tomato ketchup optional.

Best hangover food ever. You donít even need a huge amount of cheese as the onion is the dominant flavour. Missus does it nice too. Eldest lad addicted. Make v. Runny or not. I like to leave a few bits of cheese not melted. Preference.
We used to have something similar; sliced Cheese and onion with a good splash of milk. Put it on a tin plate and grill it, eat with bread or on its own.
 
Old 23-12-2017, 03:49 AM
Denis Irwell
 
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Amazed how being brought up on a posh council estate makes you turn your nose up at real cuisine and head for the nearest kfc
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