How do you eat your custard slice?

How do you eat your custard slice?

  • Bite into the blunt end. If custard is spilled it is deniable

    Votes: 6 6.6%
  • Turn it sideways and hold my hand underneath for safety

    Votes: 11 12.1%
  • Nibble around the outside of the pastry so no crumbs fall on the tablecloth

    Votes: 1 1.1%
  • What the **** is a custard slice you ******* Nancy?

    Votes: 25 27.5%
  • Stick my tongue in the custard, suck and take my time

    Votes: 17 18.7%
  • Mummy said sweets were bad for me.

    Votes: 1 1.1%
  • I have mine with a silver spoon/knife thing because I am posh

    Votes: 15 16.5%
  • Stop toying with me Lovely Iron Duke. Rip off my undies and do me hard. Now.

    Votes: 15 16.5%

  • Total voters
    91

TheIronDuke

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#1
You can learn a lot about a man by observing the way in which he eats a custard slice.
 
#4
Obviously you are a mong that knows nothing about pâtisserie, a Mille-feuille (Custard Slice) does not contain any custard.
Need a cookery lesson - PM me!!
 
#5
Obviously you are a mong that knows nothing about pâtisserie, a Mille-feuille (Custard Slice) does not contain any custard.
Need a cookery lesson - PM me!!
You are obviously an angry woman.

Need a spanking - PM me!!
 
#8
Out of a velvet cup.
 
#9
Split it in half- top and bottom, eat each separately. If the inequality of the halves is disturbing to you, take alternate bites.
Agreed but as that option wasn't available, went with sticking the tongue in.
 
#15
Obviously you are a mong that knows nothing about pâtisserie, a Mille-feuille (Custard Slice) does not contain any custard.
Need a cookery lesson - PM me!!
if there's no custard in it...why is it called a custard slice?

Anyway.....I eat mine quickly so as the greedy bitch I married can't!
 
#16
Oooh a nice custard slice. Not had one in a while must have one soon. Just enough sugar in each one to bring on the first twinges of tooth ache.
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Just like this without the flies in the icing. ( Though depends on the hygiene standards of your Baker)
 
#17
if there's no custard in it...why is it called a custard slice?
Because it is. Sometimes called a Vanilla Slice too but licking the custard out sounds better than vanilla
 
#19
if there's no custard in it...why is it called a custard slice?
What the British call "custard" in a "Custard Slice" is actually Confectioner's custard (Crème pâtissière, or Pastry Cream) If you would like a recipe please contact la Reine Breton de Pâtissière.

One I made earlier - mille-feuille,.jpg
 
#20
What the British call "custard" in a "Custard Slice" is actually Confectioner's custard (Crème pâtissière, or Pastry Cream) If you would like a recipe please contact la Reine Breton de Pâtissière.

One I made earlier - View attachment 54062
Ooh get you.
Bloody show off
 

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