Crackers, cheese and pickle. There's a rather nice extra mature cheddar in the fridge I intend to try before the other greedy buggers eat it all (despite the fact it's the cripple on crutches who does all the food shopping in the cold and snow and rain, grumble grumble). I wonder if there's any pickled onions left, they'd be just the thing to round off the sausages and beans I had earlier
bacon wrote:But honestly, is there any difference between eating a slice of cake versus eating a muffin?
I really don't see the appeal of hideously sweet things at breakfast. I've never understood why Merkins seem to regard it as acceptable to wolf down a massive stack of pancakes covered in butter and syrup or why the French start the day with pain au chocolat, it's far too sweet and makes me feel a bit ill. Also, who eats muffins for breakfast?
Having said that, I only eat breakfast in hospital and on holiday (buttered toast and lager respectively) so I may not be representative of the general population. Still, starting the day with chocolate bread