Toad in a hole. Eggy in the basket. Whatever you call them, I'm getting pretty good at making the delicious bastards. [OC] [2064x1161]


The proper terminology for this particular dish evades me as an American. A buddy of mine started referring to them as "Toad in the Hole," so I just found on that. Nonetheless, again as an American, ...



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  • As an American, the proper terminology for this particular dish evades me. A buddy of mine started referring to them as "Toad in the Hole," so I just picked up on that. However, again as an American, I am a huge fan of placing food items inside of other food items, so I will have to try that sausage inside of a Yorkshire pudding!
  • http://www.ocado.com/cmscontent/recipe_image_large/29386.jpg?TsA It might be an English thing, but its kinda an English winter dish for with gravy super good!
  • love it like this with some red onions and thyme and hsit
  • Don't make me hungry...
  • You wouldn't like me when I'm hungry.
  • That's my secret. I'm always hungry
  • Its a winter dish? I eat that bad boy all year round!
  • I just mean its really good in winter, come in from the cold and its all warm and onion-ey!
  • My mom being a painter, always called them egg in a frame, so that's how I know it, toad in a hole sounds like a Jim Henson produced porno
  • Jim Henson produced porno Reminds me of this. Meet the Feebles directed by Peter Jackson. 🙂
  • I've been told it was called a Bird's Nest (I'm Canadian). It was the first dish I learned how to make when I was a kid (Grade One) at school. Made it for my mom for Mother's Day.
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