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#1

Developer
Arnhem. NL
What is your favorite thing to spread on your.......

toast. bread. bagel. bun. roll. biscuit. cracker. doughnut. pastry. muffin. croissant. pancake. waffle. etc

I love marmalade sandwiches
#2

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
It depends on what I am eating but for toast it's definitely either honey or rhubarb jam; hold the butter, please. Smile

For a good bagel, it has to be cream cheese. Smile

When I'm in Scotland and having a traditional scone, my topping of choice is clotted cream and a bit of jam. Smile
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#3

Merchant
Central Maine
Traditional pancakes and waffles get butter and real maple syrup. But I don't always make traditional pancakes and waffles. Other forms of pancakes can get nutella, jam, or even a savory filling.

My favorite topping for Bagels and English muffins has to be whipped cream cheese with homemade smoked 'lox. I love the stuff. But I don't make gravlox all that often. An English muffin or English muffin bread with that treatment makes for a fine breakfast.
Brian. Lover of SE razors. Maker of Krampert's Finest Products.
#4

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
I love spreading peanut butter on a slice of toast and adding some banana slices on top.
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
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#5
Bagels with pomegranate jam
Sourdough pancakes with Blenheim apricot syrup

Those two things are the eighth and ninth wonders of the world.
#6

Member
Austin, TX
In addition to many already mentioned, Lemon Curd is another of my favorites.
Kevin
#7

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Cream cheese and hot pepper jelly on crackers
Peanut butter and molasses on pancakes
#8

Merchant
Central Maine
(This post was last modified: 10-03-2015, 03:38 PM by ShadowsDad.)
I love lemon curd, and it's incredibly easy to make! It's just a fraction of the cost of what the supermarket wants.

Lately I've been buying chips called "Eat your vegetables", they're made with beans and veggies. The flavor I've been getting is Olive oil and Italian herb and they are incredibly delicious.

Edit: If anyone wants a recipe for really easy lemon curd that doesn't need to be strained to remove the lumps let me know.
Brian. Lover of SE razors. Maker of Krampert's Finest Products.
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#9

Member
Austin, TX
(10-02-2015, 07:22 PM)ShadowsDad Wrote: Lately I've been buying chips called "Eat your vegetables", they're made with beans and veggies. The flavor I've been getting is Olive oil and Italian herb and they are incredibly delicious.

I have not tried those but just Googled them- they are available at both Whole Foods and a local market here so am going to pick some up! Very interesting flavors including Korean BBQ which I would definitely give a run.

Thanks for the tip!
Kevin
#10

Merchant
Central Maine
I can only get the Italian herb. Please let me know about the Korean BBQ.
Brian. Lover of SE razors. Maker of Krampert's Finest Products.


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