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Old 2nd October 2011, 12:58   #1 (permalink)
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Sad butter

That sums me up at the mo, its cold, its raining its mid day and its like twilight, anyhoo being fed up for some queer notion i remembered that as a half nipper we had t shirts but they were called sloppy joes, so i thought i would look it up on tinternet, seems the biggest hits are for a sandwitch!, a bit like our savoury mince lashed onto a bap---a runny hamburger i reckon, now i like my "glasgow caviar" with tatties and carrots so befors#e i try a sloppy joe--has anyone ever tried one?

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Our grandkids love them put into the sandwich toaster and a tin of baked beans with 'em
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How do you get the tin in the sandwich toaster ?

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How do you get the tin in the sandwich toaster ?

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Thanks Steve, that was the best belly laugh today - just getting a mental picture of a toasted tin.
Anyway the sarnie sounds good - may try it someday.
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Get a smart arse to sit on the tin and flatten it, they fit in nicely then
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Our kids love them. Easy to make, not too messy. They are old enough now. The latest twist is Sloppy Jose, with Mexican spices.
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Our kids love them. Easy to make, not too messy. They are old enough now. The latest twist is Sloppy Jose, with Mexican spices.
Sloppy Jose---luv it

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