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bruuuno 11:02 Mon Apr 15
Hot cross buns
Poxy fucking things.


I went to a pub once that had about 300 years of them hanging up, they hung a new one up every Easter

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Tomsdad 5:50 Wed Apr 17
Re: Hot cross buns
HOT CROSS BUNNY!

pdbis 5:46 Wed Apr 17
Re: Hot cross buns
Sold all year round so the religious side of it no longer applies.

WHU(Exeter) 5:42 Wed Apr 17
Re: Hot cross buns
I'd love to see a news story where how you eat your Cadbury cream egg has caused another huge schism.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:34 Wed Apr 17
Re: Hot cross buns
Wils 4:53 Tue Apr 16

Sandal-wearing wrong-un with bread-making machine.

WHU(Exeter) 5:31 Wed Apr 17
Re: Hot cross buns
Had those 'spicey' Easter biscuits that M&S are doing.

Had forgotten all about them & think the last one I eat was about 40 years back as a nipper.

They're decent

Tomshardware 7:50 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
Cuckoo shit.

wanstead_hammer 6:23 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
What dyou get if you put a rabbit in the oven at Easter?!

Wils 4:53 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
Coffee wrote...

Re: Hot cross buns
Wils 11:08 Tue Apr 16

"How do you distinguish between a genuine hot cross bun and a fake one?"

Same as you do with supermarket bread and real bread, The Chorleywood Bread Process that is used for most of that cellophane wrapped bread you buy in supermarkets is also used for making buns. Presuming you have bought good bread from a bakers from time to time you can see the difference a mile off. If you find a good baker making it's own bread he (or she as is the case with my local baker) will presumably make proper hot cross buns too.

Mike Oxsaw 4:29 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
They're so fucking negative. Hot tick buns, now, THAT's positive tucker.

wanstead_hammer 4:27 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
She’s got a bun in the oven.

gph 12:21 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
Also, the mention of daughters as the favoured recipients of hot cross buns may be connected with the superstition that guaranteed a husband for any young woman who kept her bun uneaten for a year*.

"Kept her bun uneaten" is not a euphemism (well, not in this context, anyway)

*
https://www.countrylife.co.uk/food-drink/the-history-of-the-hot-cross-bun-1496

Coffee 12:20 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
Wils 11:08 Tue Apr 16

How do you distinguish between a genuine hot cross bun and a fake one?

gph 12:08 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
*Wikidpedia

gph 12:08 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
In 1490, the Pope made it clear that only in Saxony were people allowed to use butter in baking at this time of year.

That's Saxony, not Anglo-Saxony.

Apparently, that's the origin of Stollen, which was also religious nosh in the beginning

Sven Roeder 11:11 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
Are they eaten on the Friday with the cross on to celebrate Jesus getting nailed up?
Hope so.
The cunt had it coming

Wils 11:08 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
They’ve been ruined by supermarkets selling them all year round. Fake ones at that.

I’ll be eating mine on Good Friday morning after my Lenten fast has finished. As that’s what they are for.

zebthecat 1:31 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
Cinnamon horrors every one of them.

claret50 1:27 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
Toasted and crispy around the edges with loads of butter - love 'em.

Iron Duke 1:02 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
I love hot cross buns. Cold with butter in the middle.

HairyHammer 12:58 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
bruuuno

Yep sort of .

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:29 Tue Apr 16
Re: Hot cross buns
It's from the ancient pagan fertility rite, innit'

Eostre, Goddess of Fertility, depicted as a hare.

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