Discussion in 'suburban75' started by Badgers, May 8, 2009.
It's this level of compassion and concern that makes this forum so special.
Hang on though, whose fault was this because if you didn't specify, then really, as much as this member of staff is obviously a SICKO BASTARRD, they weren't really to know your preference.
Might just have to take a strong lesson from this one.
I will improve their customer service and increase their takings by educating them. They will fucking thank me in the end
Yeah they should kind of make 'cheese first' the default setting. Really.
Your life is wrongness.
That's a bit harsh on the basis of a culinary preference.
This is getting silly...
Like asking for a spud and expecting it to arrive microwaved rather than oven baked FFS
Potatoes are in the oven.
They are big so will be at least an hour and a half I reckon.
Watch this space for updates.....
Gas or electric oven?
I have cheese & coleslaw normally, and I get very irate if they put the coleslaw on first.
Once in a cafe in Truro, they gave me my potato with slices of cheese instead of grated.
Cheese on first last night and the only complaint was that it was getting late so ate the spuds before they were fully crisped to out liking. Still cooked through with no hard bits though
Help is at hand (scroll down about halfway to the subsection entitled "Excessively long shoelaces").
I experimented with the cheese, beans, cheese layered approach the other day.
Best of all worlds imo.
ok, but salt and pepper on every layer? just the bottom? just the top?
would this work with weirdy half fat cheese? or would it be worlds of wrongness
oh and the salt n pepper goes on over the butter.... then a bit more on top of the beans. that is all.
If it is salted butter then I tend to hold the salt.
The pepper always goes on over the butter/spread but under the cheese.
My one was good and crispy. Serves you right for having the biggest one.
I had spread, cheese, beans and more cheese with pepper.
Cheese first but after the huge block of butter of course.
I hate butter on jacket potatoes.
I concur. Butter makes things unnecessarily slimy, it's over used and unimaginative.
yet it's still better than 'spread' whateverthefuck that is.
i have a dilema. tonights tea is jacket spud with cheese then beans then cheese. but i picked up a tin of beans with sausages in, which will be too big to top the spud. shall i skip the beans , pick sausages out of beans, or have beans on the side??
Don't eat the beans with sausages in, they are foul beyond belief and will bugger up the nice potato and the cheese.
Get some more beans, they're only about 25p a tin.
73 Urbs are idiots so far.
I suggest we do a tolling gang/MATB and set up a splitter board for those of us with a sane approach to jacket spuds.
but my local shop is 40 minute walk away and its raining. or the supermarket is a 20 minute walk across a field then a 10 minute train journey . so its banger beans or no beans
I agree, but both of them make the skin wet and I like mine crispy.
Rub it in butter and salt before sticking it in.
Sounds like a recipe for a heart attack! I do sometimes rub salt in, if I remember.
in that case I would tip out the beans onto a plate, extract the foul ''sausages'', throw them away, then heat up the beans with a dash of tabasco or chilli sauce to take away the remaining tang of the foul ''sausages''. Then pour it over the spud, and add grated cheese on top, like a normal, sensible person.
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