9 thoughts on “And I thought the Danes were civilised!”

  1. Sorry to rain on your parade, FEEG, but it was never banned, just put on a list of foods for which a licence is required. The importer(s) didn’t get a licence.

  2. Janus :

    Sorry to rain on your parade, FEEG, but it was never banned, just put on a list of foods for which a licence is required. The importer(s) didn’t get a licence.

    Well, it was reported as banned in the Grauniad. I thought it meant that the previous issue had previously been resolved. I suppose that is the Grauniad for you 😦

  3. I love Marmite. I remember giving it to my Son as a baby. He shuddered, and screwed his face with every lick of the rusk, but couldn’t resist keep licking, then yelled for more when he’d licked it off. We are a family of Marmite lovers.

  4. Right you lot, I am about to share with you a culinary masterpiece. This particular gastronomic masterpiece was the mainstay of a working breakfast back in my days on Search and Rescue.

    “The Scooby Snack” (not available in Denmark apparently)

    Ingredients

    Four slices of raw toast (bread).
    Marmite
    Thinly sliced mature cheddar
    Crunchy Peanut butter
    Best butter

    Method

    Prepare all the ingredients prior to toasting the bread, a scooby snack is best hot.
    Put the bread in the toaster.
    Take two slices and butter one side of each.
    Spread peanut butter good n thick and make a sandwich.
    Butter the top of the sandwich and one side of the third slice.
    Lay the cheddar on to cover the toast and place slice 3 on top.
    Butter the top of slice 3 and one side of slice 4.

    Caution: During the next step it is tempting to insert the buttery knife into the marmite jar, this of course is a cardinal sin and punishable by death from a thousand buttery cuts.

    Spread Marmite thickly on top of slice 3.
    Place slice 4, butter side down on top.

    Brace yourself.
    Enjoy.

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