Tuesday, 20 July 2010

And toast


And to go with the tea, some toast, made on the Chertsey patent grill. I've done this a couple of times now, and it works a treat. Just take the lid off the stove (see left) once it's going, and place the grill over the top. If the toast is done a bit quick - i.e still a bit soft in the middle and you prefer it crisper - just move it away from the hole to dry out a bit more.

5 comments:

  1. And would there be beans in that pan?

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  2. Real tea, real milk, real toast. Perfect, mmm.

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  3. We do that too - and boil a kettle that way. I'd die of thirst waiting for it to boil with the stove lid on.

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  4. It is a good job that you don't have to rely on a Primus Kevin - about 40 mins for a full kettle. I know, I nearly did die of thirst on our last trip.
    J

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  5. Yes, but a full kettle is over five pints! It takes even longer on the stove, only you don't notice cos it's on there anyway.

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