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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by FulwellBri, Oct 20, 2019.
He had roly poly and custard for desert.
Me grandads beef dips or me nana making me sugar sandwiches
I fancy a sugar sarnie now
You probably won't believe this but when I was a youngan I could live on tomato pip sandwiches.
Plenty of butter, white bread and a ton of sugar.
God bless me nana
Fish cakes with birds eye (has to be birds eye) waffles! Reminds me of my long gone grandparents
Toffos at me nanas after Sunday dinner with seria a on chanel 4!
Fried egg sandwiches, yolk running down your chin
With brown sauce.Get in.
Cheat and break the yolk and spread it over the top slice so stays in the sandwich
Can't believe it now but when i was a youngan I always burst the egg and spread it all over the pan then I could get about six sandwiches from 1 egg.
If I accidentally broke the yolk in the pan I used it as an excuse to have a second egg and have a really good sandwich.
Toasted homemade bread, with butter and Marmite, lavishly topped with Heinz baked beans & grated Cheddar cheese ... I also remember that tinned beans tasted so much nicer in the 60'-70's that I'd eat them straight from the tin.
Excuse me whilst I nip to the kitchen.
Broth or panackelty....
Never been able to match me mams tho.
As for drinks.....would kill for a cresta,
Its frothy man.
The pop man coming round and having a bottle of sasparilla.
Also getting that huge flagon of ginger beer tasted like **** but you thought you were one of the lads if you drunk it.
Was dandelion and burdock or sasparilla for me, only the hard stuff
In my head the sasparilla had a blue label?
We used to get six bottles every week 2 Sasparella 1 Lemonade 1 Orangeade 1 Cream soda and 1 Limeade and a flagon of Ginger beer about once a month.