Maureen: What does everybody think? It’s a new kind of Toad in the Hole.
Andrew: It’s good.
Nicholas: Yup. Good.
Tim: It’s fine, but (shrugs), it doesn’t have any unicorn tears in it.
Maureen: What do you mean by that?
Tim: I mean that it’s not special. Unicorn tears– real or imaginary– would make it special. This dish obviously lacks them.
Maureen: But the boys seem to like it.
Nicholas: Actually, I think it’s in the middle.
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Or to be more accurate, maybe we should call it, “Deconstructed Toad in the Hole.”
Tim: I thought Toad in the Hole was supposed to have the batter and sausage together.
Maureen: Yes, me too. It doesn’t seem like it would be Toad in the Hole when it’s this way– with the batter separate from the sausages. This seems more like sausages with a side of Yorkshire pudding.
Tim: What’s the point of doing it this way? Maybe it’s to mess up more pans.
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