Oh, I managed to whip the cream, mit the bourbon and the honey, which I had dumped together wholesale into the bowl without doing any research but it wasn't easy. I spent minutes the first time just battering away with my whisk and nowt was happening but my wrists getting sore - certainly with no peaks soft or any kind, so I went online and had a look to find out why I was screwing it all up.Whip the cream to soft peaks first, then add the liquids. Honey should be runny, warm it a tiny bit to help. Not too much or you will cuddle it.
Bloody spellchecker. I put curdle, it put cuddle!! Do not cuddle cream. People will talk.
We have certainly started something here, I too like mayo instead of butter.Call me contrary, but I quite like mayonnaise in place of butter on some kinds of sandwiches. Cold meats, with sliced tomatoes, bell peppers etc. Not for bacon/sausage/cheese variants though.
It is short for sandwich but comes from it being buttered it's the only way to get to butty.We have certainly started something here, I too like mayo instead of butter.
But when it comes to bacon between bread no spread at all.
Now for me a “butty”has always been short for saying sandwich, I don’t like the word “sarny’, sounds common.
Hmm, I don’t speak Aussie so I have absolutely no comment.It is short for sandwich but comes from it being buttered it's the only way to get to butty.
Where do you stand on the Sanger ( Oz for sandwich)