Favourite sandwich??

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  1. savantuk

    savantuk Read Only Funster

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    I'm a great lover of sandwiches, to be more specific, filled bread rolls:RollEyes:

    What are your favourite fillings to be sandwiched between two slices of bread??

    Mine are:

    Home baked gammon and pease pudding.

    Mature cheddar and thick slices of onion.

    German peppered salami and chopped celery with extra black pepper.


    I use fresh baked crusty cob rolls, and unsalted butter:thumb:
     
  2. bigfoot

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    Brie and bacon baguette or brie with grapes.#Bacon sarnie with Marmite spread:thumb:
     
  3. scotjimland

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    After spending six years working in a sandwich factory I've kind of gone off them .. :Laughing:

    however, my favorite is strong cheddar cheese with onion and or tomato :thumb:
     
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    Bacon and black pudding, with H.P. sauce of course.:thumb:
     
  5. Munchie

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    I'm with you but no sauce please. :thumb:
     
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    Cajun chicken baguette :thumb:
     
  7. JJ

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    My favourites...

    Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato.

    and for desert...

    Peanut Butter and Jam (Strawberry)

    JJ
     
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    A bit off topic perhaps but my H.P. is almost empty and I'm parked near an ASDA.

    Question is, is the ASDA Brown sauce like H.P. or is it like Daddies Fruity Sauce which I rate almost as lowly as Tommy Sauce by anybody?:Blush:
     
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    Nothing to beat a triple-decker - Cheddar cheese in one side and Orange Marmalade on the other side - sweet and sour, all in one! :thumb:
     
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    It's awful.. don't buy it, too much sugar .. nothing beats or come close to HP
     
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    Dash, more expense!:Doh:
     
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    Apple. Banana. Crisps.
     
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    I have heard it said that the best place for a horse is between two slices of bread but , whilst I agreed with him, it had nothing to do with enjoying the taste.
     
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    Chicken and stuffing!



    Don't stand behind me after I've eaten them:Rofl1:
     
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    Bacon, mushroom &egg with brown sauce

    chargrill chicken, salad and garlic mayo

    thick ham with sweet piccalilly

    silverside beef with onion

    sorry i dont have a favourite one they all are
     
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    Sweet chilli sausages between bread spread with chilli jam. No butter.

    Fig jam & banana sandwich for afters.
     
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    Mature Cheddar on Sainsburys seeded brown bread, no butter.
     
  18. pappajohn

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    Cold....

    chedder and ploughmans pickle or onions

    chedder and sweetcorn relish

    crunchy peanut butter with sliced banana.

    Hot....

    bacon, bangers and fried egg

    fried baked beans (in sliced bread)

    hungry now...:Angry:
     
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    Couple of slices of Warburtons super toastie bread (the one in the green wrapper)

    Four rashers of well done crispy bacon

    A nice dollop of HP brown sauce

    Sliced in half....................ENJOY!!!

    Now Thats a sarnie!!
     
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    Just looked through the Sarnies and have been a veggie for years but the thought of all those bacon rolls and sarnies is almost enough to sway me. It's funny but thats the only thing I miss, and so do many outher veggies I have spoken to.



    Dave:thumb::thumb:
     

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