Wednesday, 5 January 2011

The Smiths, Coronation Street, Frank Sidebottom and Toastie Loaf

I don't know if it's a northern thing, but I used to live on Warbourton's as a kid. It was certainly a staple of the diet in my home town in Greater Manchester (given that it was baked up the road). Now tearing it's waxy orange and white wrapper it's a distant memory. I get more dewy-eyed over that than my first ever gig at the G-Mex (Blur '95 in case you were wondering).

French toast, cheese toastie, bread and butter pudding, jam sandwiches, egg and soldiers, eggy bread, club sandwich. I'M GOING TO EAT THEM ALL!

Possibly the best news I've ever had is that Warbourton's are launching a gluten and wheat free range in 4 days 3 hours 56 minutes and 23 seconds.

OK, so there's no waxy wrapper and it looks suspiciously like Genius bread,
but I'm putting my faith in the city that I'm so very proud of and patriotic to. Bring back my childhood!

Laters, our kid.


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