Coddle - how do you like yours?


#106

Coddled?

That bloody well better be an actually word in Oxford’s finest.

Runs to look…


#107

What sort of shitehawk puts eggs in a coddle?

It’s not a Nasi Coddleng


#108

Not such a stretch. Sausage and eggs… Now baked beans and coddle, eeeeuuughhhh! Even McSpewy wouldn’t do that. He wouldn’t even do it to piss us off.


#109

Oddle. Coddle over aisy?


#110

Oh Christ, Pulled Pork Coddle. :tired_face: :japanese_goblin::face_with_symbols_over_mouth::skull_and_crossbones::scream:


#111

Spread it on your foccaccio toast if you’ve run out of avocado.
Thermal bowls??


#112

Records.


#113

My ma preferred McKennas, Thick Country Vegetable.


#114

Ding…ding…ding…we have a winner ! :joy:


#115

Yet to see any Moddle in this thread. And what about what to accompany with it as a beverage? And don’t say tae!! I’m going with OJ, need something sharp against the smooth.


#116

We’ve already covered this subject. Bottled Stout, room temp.

No further discussion should be needed. Chislers may of course have Red Lemonade.


#117

Genuinely I wouldn’t dream of having a coddle without an egg :egg:.


#118

It’s a grand night for a coddle all the same.


#119

Seriously Yoda. Get some help. It ain’t natural to like an egg in yer coddle.


#120

I remember me ma telling me abotu a ‘blind’ coddle or something like that when they were young and things were tight. No Mickeys or bacon. Anyone else, or was it called something else?


#121

So, boiled potato’s?


#122

Blind coddle was made when you were still pelatic the morning after


#123

We used to have prairie sandwiches


#124

Yea must have been because she also said that they didnt put carrots in their coddle


#125

Correct. A blind coddle is when you had nothing else to put in it excepts spuds and onions. Talking with the mother there to ask her and she said sometimes it was nicer as a blind brown coddle. She actually laughed when I said it to her as she hasn’t heard that term in years. When she was growing and they would come home from to school to learn that it was a blind coddle for dinner there was a lot of FFS. She also mentioned it that might do ‘vegetarians’ these days.

Hold up! I got another call of her (she was talking to her brother) and his version of a blind coddle is there is no ‘stock’ added to it, its just boiled up in water and its own juices.