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    The plain loaf

    For no apparent reason I've suddenly had the feeling that I want one. The extra thick heel toasted and smeared thickly in lurpack butter. There can be no doubt that this will be my breakfast tomorrow morning,

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    For no apparent reason I've suddenly had the feeling that I want one. The extra thick heel toasted and smeared thickly in lurpack butter. There can be no doubt that this will be my breakfast tomorrow morning,
    You said that with a dead pan

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    You said that with a dead pan
    No it was definitely plain

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    The other half and I have recently binned bread from our diet as it's the sort of thing that you can eat loads of but it never makes you feel full or satisfied.

    That was pan bread though and even though I haven't had plain for years, I remember it being more substantial and filling. That chewey, burnt crust was the business.

    You were also sometimes lucky enough to get one of those ridiculously thick heels that wouldn't even look at a toaster. :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    The other half and I have recently binned bread from our diet as it's the sort of thing that you can eat loads of but it never makes you feel full or satisfied.

    That was pan bread though and even though I haven't had plain for years, I remember it being more substantial and filling. That chewey, burnt crust was the business.

    You were also sometimes lucky enough to get one of those ridiculously thick heels that wouldn't even look at a toaster. :-D
    Talking about toasters, are they making the business part shorter these days as it's hard to find loaves which actually fit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    For no apparent reason I've suddenly had the feeling that I want one. The extra thick heel toasted and smeared thickly in lurpack butter. There can be no doubt that this will be my breakfast tomorrow morning,
    You still on holiday in your cabin by any chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Future17 View Post
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    You still on holiday in your cabin by any chance?
    Na I'm back mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim44 View Post
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    Talking about toasters, are they making the business part shorter these days as it's hard to find loaves which actually fit?
    ...or are they making the bread bigger?

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    Still enjoy a the big heel o a plain loaf toasted, although the disappointment when you open some of them and end up we a peely wally heel no use to man nor beast.
    We've worked out the sunblest loaf from Asda are ace.
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    Plain loaf slices, big slices of cheese, butter and big lumps of onion, old school sandwich-tastic!

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    Heinz tomato soup, a pile of slices of plain bread and a glass of Irn Bru, served on a wee stool as I sit on the couch in front of the fire at my Gran and Grandad's house.

    Trying to chew the bread on wobbly baby teeth and struggling badly.

    Proper childhood memories.

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