Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by dream_police, Nov 15, 2017.
That's disgraceful. Surely it should be Brown sauce with a sausage roll?
Now we just need gravy pics on steak and gravy pies
Frankly it should be brown sauce with everything. I've never understood this thing that people have for ketchup - vile stuff.
Best ask Danny Baker
I like brown sauce and I like ketchup. Tolerance is tasty.
Don't care much for brown sauce or tomato ketchup but I do like Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce on some things.
I never turn my nose up at that either.
Although my fridge sometimes looks bereft of what most people would consider to be 'serious' foodstuffs, the one thing it never lacks is a wide variety of condiments and sauces.
Mint sauce, apple sauce, horseradish, tartare, mustards of various types, chutneys, mayonnaise and salad cream, tamarind, sweet chilli and soy sauces, Branston pickle, piccalilli, funeral pickles, big pickles, pickled beetroots, pickled red cabbage and the run of the mill ketchups and sauces all have space within my fridge.
Hmmm? Doesn't appear to be any room left for 'Jesus as a sausage roll', though.
I believe that Jesus is also in the Quran, referred to as as-Masih (the messiah) , so there's still time for a fatwah against Gregs. Or perhaps just a low-fatwah as they got some (chocolate) brownie points for having a pop at the Christians?
I don't care a sausage .........
Made a bit of a pig's ear of that...or is that made it out of a pig's ear
Ever tried haggis sausage rolls? So good Greggs should sell them.
I like haggis but never eaten it as a savoury pastry
What about a saviour pasty?
How about an apple turntheothercheek
Bejesus! Morrisons were selling miraculous foot long sausages rolls. today.
no one was complaining.
Until you drown it in ketchup.
Some restaurants wrap haggis in savoury stuff as starters although it also works well on a burger (replace the Cheese with haggis to get a highlander burger) or on a pizza.
The secret to enjoying anything is working out how much is enough.
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