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Feb 25th, 2015 at 3:44pm

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Reply #1 - Feb 25th, 2015 at 4:17pm

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Inspiring, I think I know what I will be having for tea tonight now. Nothing as fancy as them recipes for me though. Plain old Hot soppressa and cheap cheese for me. Maybe I will put a sprig of parsley on it to jazz it up a bit Wink
 
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Not as fancy as those recipes but I have had many a tasty feed from our Jaffle Irons. When I was a kid I only knew them as Jiffys not Jaffles.

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Well, none of those blokes would survive on a camping trip with me.

My favourite is a jaffle made with left over steak and kidney.

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Seamus wrote on Feb 26th, 2015 at 7:33am:
Well, none of those blokes would survive on a camping trip with me. My favourite is a jaffle made with left over steak and kidney. Seamus  Cool Cool


Is that the stuff that comes up for seconds?   Wink Grin
Steak and kidney jaffles Seamus? I can't keep kidney or liver down so you would have
the lot to yourself.
I can do the stuff in pâté alright; must be due to my privileged upbringing Roll Eyes
 
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Jiffys,Jeff? Never heard of that description before.

Maybe because you could make a snack in a jiffy.

Any one else here used Jeffs description?
 

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Strewth Grump, I'd be knackered if I couldn't get a regular feed of S&K and LFB in RBG (lambs fry and bacon in rich brown gravy)  Grin Grin

I also love brains, crumbed and fricasseed, but can't cop tripe.  Brawn is also a real favourite.

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G-Day all.  Seamus steak & kidney made in a jiffy now u are talking .Yum  yea they were jiffys when I was a kid. First heard of a jaffle about 20 yrs ago when I went to get a new one. Busy cleaning out shed and packing up. We hit the road this wk end. Next stage of our life. ooroo
 
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Excitement in the air Woody. Lucky Bugga.

You should get plenty of spare time to post a photo or two and to make a lot of us green with envy  Smiley
 

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Rufzgutz wrote on Feb 28th, 2015 at 8:14am:
Jiffys,Jeff? Never heard of that description before. Maybe because you could make a snack in a jiffy. Any one else here used Jeffs description?


I had always known them as 'jiffys'. As a child I recall them as a special treat, mostly on the  weekends when we got to help Mum and Dad. I think it was my first chance to cook a meal. A big thrill as a youngster, 3 or 4 Jiffys sure beat boiled spuds, cabbage and meat Smiley
I have alway thought that the term 'jiffy' was a Kiwi term; perhaps you lot borrowed the term from us?
It is interesting; jaffle, jiffy, pie iron, toastie,  maybe it is a regional thing?
 
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