Sunday, 21 October 2007
11:23:58 AM (GMT)
Today I made a pretty interesting sammich.
- Walkers' French
Fries (Basically crisps (potato chips, for all you yanks) in the shape of french
- Two pieces of white bread, medium slice.
- Start preheating your squash-it-down-and-cook-it machine. These may be advertised
as panini makers, or maybe toasie makers, I dunno.
- Lightly butter and marmite both pieces of bread.
- Put as many french fries as will fit (you should aim for all of them) on one
piece of the bread.
- Put the other slice on top, covering the mountain of crisps.
- Squash down the sammich as much as you can without tearing the bread. When you
notice that the bread has gone all thin, stop.
- Put the sammich carefully in the squash-it-down-and-cook-it machine,
- SQUASH IT DOWN AND COOK IT
- When it is toasted to your taste, take it out, and admire the squiggly patterns
on the slices of bread where the french fries pushed themselves through
- Eat! The french fries will have become thinner, chewy, and marmitey. The texture
will be interesting!
- Feel good, knowing that you are an adventurous soul who has tasted something that
not many other people will have tasted.
- Extra credit: Experiment with spreads other than marmite! This is dangerous
though, and not for the easily sickened. It might be best to leave this work to the