Crumpets

Great bunch of lads. Good with sweet stuff on, good with savoury stuff on, good with just butter. A pub I used to work at did Welsh Rarebit crumpets for a while, they were nice. Favourite topping is probably marmite and melted cheese. Crumpets.

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Very, very rarely eat them but not sure why. Always excellent

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Vile, the little holes make me feel queasy and I hate the texture. Got nothing on an english muffin or bagel. Hope I never have to look at them again.

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Haven’t had one in years. Probably could make them myself.

I love crumpets, but not as much as my 2 year old who has started carting boxes and toys into the kitchen to stack up so she can reach the bread bin and get them herself.

Only eat them toasted with butter usually but make a point of having proper butter, not the spreadable stuff (which we have in for sandwiches, etc)

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Completely different things. You’re better than these lazy comparisons.

Big fan of seasonal crumpets in novelty shapes.

Valentine’s day? Heart shaped crumpets.

Christmas? Tree shaped crumpets.

Etc.

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Crumpet + butter + poached egg = food of the gods

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First draft of Nirvana lyrics etc etc

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Never tried this and I don’t know why.

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‘the thinking man’s crumpet’

Phrase that has correctly gone out of fashion

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I love crumpets

So put another crumpet in the toaster baby

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Every crumpet @Funkhouser eats is the thinking man’s crumpet

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Nah I’ve heard he sometimes eats crumpets with ‘complete abandon’

Wish I had some crumpets now.

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They’re exactly the same type of thing, you toast them and you put butter on them and they’re bread-based. Hardly chalk and cheese is it.

Might make a bigger crumpet and call it a crombone

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find them ok but disappointing. they’re not as nice as they look. bit of a weird taste and texture.

  • Trombone shaped crumpet
  • Trombone with loads of crumpet-like holes in it

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