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Anastasia

What is your favourite sandwich.

I think this has been done before , if so , here we go again.
You can choose 2 of your favourites.
No 1 for me would have to be cheese & onion , plain bread or toasted, so delicious.
No 2 would have to be ham with layers of salad, & coleslaw., a real doorstep.
How about all of you , hope to get some ideas for something different as I am not very imaginative when it comes to sandwiches.

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Sue G

Favourite sandwich

I don't really have a favourite, will eat most sandwiches. Not shop bought as the bread is alway wet & soggy. As a child i used to love a crisp sandwich. salt & vinegar flavor

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Anne

Favorite

Peanut butter cruncy with salad

or


Sutherlands beef spread, onion and salad cream

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Essex Girl

Sandwiches

I'm afraid there are too many that I like to narrow it down but I do like a slice of really strong Cheddar with pickle. Not much help for ideas!

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jampling

Favourite sandwich

Well it has to be a bacon buttie, doesn't it? Closely followed by a sausage buttie (lashings of mustard please) or a chip buttie. :)

But if butties aren't allowed, I will opt for roasted mediterranean veggies on a grilled foccacia (sp) topped with melted feta.

And if hot sandwiches aren't allowed, I will opt for cold roasted chicken and avocado slices on granary bread with cress.

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jampling

Favourite sarnie playing up?

Well that's very odd. I didn't start this thread and have only just posted yet I am down as the first post!?

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Yummy

Favourite Sarnie

Like Anastasia, my favourite is a tower of Ham, Salad and coleslaw on (don't beat me up about this) Warburtons white bread......I know you all probably think it is "plastic" bread, but you DO miss what you can't get !!! I also LOVE Salmon Spread and Cucumber on Granary.

I worked with a Moroccan guy years ago who was vegetarian, he brought in grated carrot, crunchy peanut butter, and sultana sandwiches.....that was delicious !!

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Anastasia

At the bottom

Well I am at the bottom instead of the top , oh well probably the best place for me -:)))

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JAMES

Sandwiches!

I find them rather dull!

I adore bread, and no better way than just olive oil and some balsamic for me.

Sometimes a slice of bread with good butter on is rather nice though :)

I also love bread as toast, but I don't really like it as a sandwich.

I know it makes no sense, but as you all know, I'm like that.....

X

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Darkginger

Favourite sandwich

There used to be a little French caf&"233; in Brighton (North Road, near the bottom) that did the most marvellous tuna, egg, black pepper and lemon sandwiches on grainy granary bread. I've been trying to reproduce that filling for years - it was all mashed up together, but tasted wonderful.

Other than that, I love a ripe Brie and cranberry sauce sarnie, or egg mayo with spring onions and cheese 'n onion crisps.

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Saffy

What is your favourite sandwich

I don't eat a lot of bread, but when I do have a sarnie, my favourite would be grilled bacon on white farmhouse with HP sauce... served with a strong hot mug of tea.

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Sue G

favorite sandwich

Just remembered,

we do goat cheese in breadcrumbs warm them in the oven, slice a baguette in half, spread some of Anastasia tomatoe chutney on each side and pop in the hot goat cheese squash togther and enjoy with a glass of wine.

Warning

Type of sandwich not to be eaten in public due to the mess you get yourself in with the hot cheese running down your chin.

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Pork Chop

Favourite sandwich

Peanut butter and cucumber in granary bread. MMMMMmmm

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Saffy

What is your favourite sandwich.

Pork Chop .... I can really see that working. Going to give it a try.

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Pan-tastic

favourite sandwich?

Anything with avocado - bacon, chicken or prawns.

And a great cheese & pickle sarnie can't be beaten!

 
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