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Re: Filano of the day

Post by linus » Wed Aug 06, 2008 23:02

cheese on toast is what you have when you realise- with a broken heart- that you could be having a filano

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Re: Filano of the day

Post by Uncle Ants » Thu Aug 07, 2008 08:58

knibbles wrote:
Does cheese on toast dabble dangerously with red onion? Does cheese on toast invite mushroom and green pepper to dance together as one? Does cheese on toast welcome an endless world of possibilities including salami, prosciutti, leek, goats cheese, sun blushed tomatoes, spinach and even rocket? Does it? No it doesn't. It's just cheese on toast. Filano is a gateway to a world of grilled opportunity.
Sometimes I put onion on my cheese on toast ... seems to me cheese on toast might be considered proto-filano
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Re: Filano of the day

Post by linus » Thu Aug 07, 2008 09:59

perhaps more of an ur-filano

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Re: Filano of the day

Post by a layer of chips » Mon Aug 25, 2008 12:52

Filano enthusiasts might want to ask knibbles about the Meltano.

That's right. You heard me. The Meltano.

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Re: Filano of the day

Post by knibbles » Mon Aug 25, 2008 12:57

a layer of chips wrote:Filano enthusiasts might want to ask knibbles about the Meltano.

That's right. You heard me. The Meltano.
The Meltano is more of a concept than an actual describable recipe though.

I'm hoping to branch out the filano brand and family of products with the Filano Meltano as well as Filano Classico. The Meltano still needs working on. I did a tuna and sweetcorn Meltano prototype but it was sort of exactly the same as a Filano.
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Re: Filano of the day

Post by squirrelboutique » Mon Aug 25, 2008 13:48

Yesterday, I pondered the possibility of a dessert filano and what it might be called.

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Re: Filano of the day

Post by Uncle Ants » Mon Aug 25, 2008 15:01

squirrelboutique wrote:Yesterday, I pondered the possibility of a dessert filano and what it might be called.
pudding
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Re: Filano of the day

Post by a layer of chips » Mon Aug 25, 2008 15:04

Filano denial is a terrible thing.

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Re: Filano of the day

Post by mae » Mon Sep 15, 2008 08:42

you can buy pizza on toast from the supermarket here. it's called pizza toast. you can even get frozen ones in a packet. i had one yesterday in my new toaster oven.
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Re: Filano of the day

Post by Mr Bear » Mon Sep 15, 2008 09:07

Looks like filano to me! Or would that be fira- no, it wouldn't.

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Post by Jangloid Mark » Mon Sep 15, 2008 09:35

let it ride wrote:Eep. I accidentally just made 12 pieces of filano.

My head is completely wrong today. But I realised only when I'd made them so I put them in the oven anyway and I've only had a piece of toast and a piece of gingerbread today, so my head is fluffy.

I wonder if I can eat them all. My record is 8 pieces.
Lamb madras filano? Would that work?
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Post by Uncle Ants » Mon Sep 15, 2008 17:15

Jangloid Mark wrote:Lamb madras filano? Would that work?
I think it'd be a matter of taste. A few years ago our local Dominoes tried to persuade me that Duck and Plum Sauce pizza was an obvious culinary option. I didnt think I've heard of anything more revolting, but apparently it was popular.
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Post by Jangloid Mark » Mon Sep 15, 2008 22:40

Uncle Ants wrote:A few years ago our local Dominoes tried to persuade me that Duck and Plum Sauce pizza was an obvious culinary option. I didnt think I've heard of anything more revolting, but apparently it was popular.
Duck in plum sauce is GORGEOUS!!! :)

Not entirely convinced that it would work on a pizza, though...
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Post by Uncle Ants » Mon Sep 15, 2008 22:59

Jangloid Mark wrote:Duck in plum sauce is GORGEOUS!!! :)
Duck in plum sauce IS gorgeous yes
Not entirely convinced that it would work on a pizza, though...
I can assure you it doesn't :)
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Re: Filano of the day

Post by squirrelboutique » Mon Sep 15, 2008 23:00

I think a place I worked at had duck nachos.

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Re: Filano of the day

Post by linus » Tue Sep 16, 2008 00:06

dessert filano...

sliced brioche toasted
covered with melted chocolate
and a dollop of ice cream or mascarpone

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Re: Filano of the day

Post by Jangloid Mark » Tue Sep 16, 2008 00:38

linus wrote:dessert filano...

sliced brioche toasted
covered with melted chocolate
and a dollop of ice cream or mascarpone
I don't know what brioche is, but, ice cream with melted chocolate - or even better, chocolate suace...YUM!!!!
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Post by lynsosaurus » Tue Sep 16, 2008 00:42

Jangloid Mark wrote:Lamb madras filano? Would that work?
now, here's a man who thinks outside the box. that is truly bonkers. but i like it.

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Re: Filano of the day

Post by Mr Bear » Tue Sep 16, 2008 00:43

You're all perverted.

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Re: Filano of the day

Post by Uncle Ants » Tue Sep 16, 2008 09:31

linus wrote:dessert filano...

sliced brioche toasted
covered with melted chocolate
and a dollop of ice cream or mascarpone
sounds like pudding to me
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