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  Reply # 1851871 24-Aug-2017 13:02
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Cucumber sandwiches, but they must be made and eaten immediately. I also as a young person eat chippie sandwiches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cucumber is just wrong full stop....


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  Reply # 1852052 24-Aug-2017 18:27
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MikeB4:

 

Cucumber sandwiches, but they must be made and eaten immediately. I also as a young person eat chippie sandwiches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cucumber is just wrong full stop....

 

 

 

 

Agreed. It taints anything it touches with a horrible grassy taste. Knives, chopping boards etc.






 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1852053 24-Aug-2017 18:28
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Banana and rasbperry jam. Not cheap jam, sugar loaded fresh jam like Anathoth

 

Sweet, and savory at the same mouthfull.

 

 

 

 

Savory? I'm guessing you mean the banana - but surely they're not savory?

 

 

 

 

No - just inedible...!






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  Reply # 1852056 24-Aug-2017 18:38
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Oblivian:

 

Banana and rasbperry jam. Not cheap jam, sugar loaded fresh jam like Anathoth

 

Sweet, and savory at the same mouthfull.

 

 

 

 

Savory? I'm guessing you mean the banana - but surely they're not savory?

 

 

Compared to the amount of sweetness anatoth jam contains it sure seems it :P


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  Reply # 1852093 24-Aug-2017 20:01
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We were having a chuckle about this thread in the pub today and an Austrian friend of mine mentioned that one of her favourite sandwiches years ago, was filled with cold sauerkraut. 

 

Ewwww.


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  Reply # 1852100 24-Aug-2017 20:12
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Freyas Swiss Bread, Chicken breast shreaded by hand, Slice of cheese, roast pumpkin and kumara, sometimes roast carrot too, little aoli on the bread, in the toastie press,  hotsauce and eat!





 


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Freyas Swiss Bread, Chicken breast shreaded by hand, Slice of cheese, roast pumpkin and kumara, sometimes roast carrot too, little aoli on the bread, in the toastie press,  hotsauce and eat!



Sounds delicious.

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  Reply # 1852147 24-Aug-2017 21:36
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Noodle sandwiches. Can't have a pack of noodles without putting them in bread. My go to right now is those Mi Goreng ones in the red pack. Satisfying.

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  Reply # 1852183 25-Aug-2017 04:11
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Chunky Breakfast Marmalade (preferably Grapefruit)  (have to use real Butter though) mmm mmm mmm 


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  Reply # 1854886 29-Aug-2017 16:38
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We were having a chuckle about this thread in the pub today and an Austrian friend of mine mentioned that one of her favourite sandwiches years ago, was filled with cold sauerkraut. 

 

Ewwww.

 

 

Yummy - sauerkraut and bratwurst, or even chorizo if bratwurst not available.

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1854907 29-Aug-2017 18:02
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Freyas Swiss Bread, Chicken breast shreaded by hand, Slice of cheese, roast pumpkin and kumara, sometimes roast carrot too, little aoli on the bread, in the toastie press,  hotsauce and eat!

 

 

This is odd how? :) 

 

 


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  Reply # 1855056 30-Aug-2017 07:14
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Coil:

 

Freyas Swiss Bread, Chicken breast shreaded by hand, Slice of cheese, roast pumpkin and kumara, sometimes roast carrot too, little aoli on the bread, in the toastie press,  hotsauce and eat!

 

 

This is odd how? :) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Everyone at work seems to look me up and down when im making these master pieces and think I am odd haha. Maybe they are just jealous.





 


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