Tonight I cooked..........

I got hungry at lunchtime, so brought forward the weekend bacon & egg sarnies :)

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The upper toastie appears to be upside down.
#If bread is of unequal thickness, the thickest slice should always be on the bottom.

Something to do with CofG / mass & balance. A rare situation where, by stringent application of ‘The rules’ - gastronomy meets aviation in perfect harmony...
apart from your upper toastie though...it’s ‘out of limits’.
 

ancienturion

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The upper toastie appears to be upside down.
#If bread is of unequal thickness, the thickest slice should always be on the bottom.

Something to do with CofG / mass & balance. A rare situation where, by stringent application of ‘The rules’ - gastronomy meets aviation in perfect harmony...
apart from your upper toastie though...it’s ‘out of limits’.
That's the problem with all you guru types.

I can see from the picture that it tasted delicious.
 
Home made Sausage Sandwich (two sausages!) for breakfast this morning, compliments of @Humble Tiller. Outstanding, thank you!
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Grownup_Rafbrat

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Pie made this afternoon with leftover venison, veggies and some belly pork. Can't find my pie funnel! Someone else in the house must have put it away ;-). Good job planning for new kitchen has started.
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ancienturion

LE
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Any good cook would have more than 1 pie funnel.
I have 5.
For those of us that operate on the demand rather than supply side of pies, how is a pie funnel different to a normal funnel?
 

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