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  Reply # 1849484 20-Aug-2017 21:14
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SATTV:

 

Avocado and Marmite

 

Marmite + salt & vinegar chips

 

Marmite + luncheon sausage

 

marmite + luncheon + chips

 

my father likes Marmite and lettuce but I think that is just too weird.

 

 

 

 

Wouldn't have guessed... :-)


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  Reply # 1849486 20-Aug-2017 21:18
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You people are *freaks*!

 

 

 

 

I've caught up on this thread, was looking for some cool ideas. 

 

Error 404 Idea Not Found.

 

 

 

I concur!


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1849487 20-Aug-2017 21:19
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Some of you will remember this, bread and dripping , oh yeah good for the arteries that one surprised I am still above ground.





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  Reply # 1849529 20-Aug-2017 23:28
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as a kid I loved Marmite, cheese and chip (like ETA or Bluebird) sandwiches. (actually I still love them)

On the rare time my late father made our school lunches his favourite was jam and cheese. Sorry dad, but I hated them.

I had a flatmate years ago who swore by kiwifruit jam (homemade), sour cream and dry uncooked two minute noodle (sans the flavouring) sandwiches. He was studying viticulture, goodness knows what his wines turned out like.

I loved jam club sandwiches, yes that's right, multiple slices of bread stacked on each other, with each slice spread with a different flavour of jam.

My foreign wife is horrified that our sons and I like sandwiches with butter and hot chips as the filling.

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  Reply # 1849530 20-Aug-2017 23:31
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Kiwifruta: My foreign wife is horrified that our sons and I like sandwiches with butter and hot chips as the filling.

 

Chip butte's are a mandatory part of fish and chips!


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  Reply # 1849531 20-Aug-2017 23:33
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Dratsab:

Kiwifruta: My foreign wife is horrified that our sons and I like sandwiches with butter and hot chips as the filling.


Chip butte's are a mandatory part of fish and chips!



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  Reply # 1849548 21-Aug-2017 01:12
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I don't eat sandwiches. Peasant food.   tongue-out





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  Reply # 1849604 21-Aug-2017 08:16
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Well some thought my penchant for banana and cheese sandwiches was strange, but have been proven wrong by this thread. However, as I have discovered, people go ewwww until they try it. So there may be some here worth trying.




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  Reply # 1849614 21-Aug-2017 08:43
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My favourite quick snack from the fridge is just a ham & cheese sandwich (no bread). Just a slice of cheese between two slices of ham. 


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  Reply # 1849621 21-Aug-2017 08:55
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I went to boarding school, and our lunches were brought down from the Hostel in a big basket (it was heavy - 100 lunches in one wire basket - carried by two third-formers).

 

In my early years there (3rd and 4th Form) lunches were three white bread sandwiches and a piece of fruit. The sandwiches were usually 1 x Jam, 1 x Cheese and 1 x either baked beans or mince. This was fine if you were a senior and got your lunch off the top of the basket, but when you were a third former, you waited until last and got the layers at the bottom. This usually meant you had one jam, cheese and mince (or Baked Bean) sandwich, as they were so compressed together that you couldn't seperate them into three sandwiches any more. They were actually pretty good, but I wouldn't say they are a favourite :p


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Cream Cheese, Kiwi and Banana and black pepper. Found that in a sandwich shop in near Windsor UK, I quite like it.

 

when I get home from work every day I have my fave....mayonnaise...no other spreads or fillings, just bread - mayonnaise - bread.





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  Reply # 1849674 21-Aug-2017 10:06
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Peanut butter & banana

 

Peanut butter & mayonnaise

 

Peanut butter & anything

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1849739 21-Aug-2017 11:40
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Fresh bread with a slab of salted soft REAL butter.

 

 





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german rye bread + herring + onion

 

german rye bread + salo

 

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  Reply # 1850047 21-Aug-2017 22:23
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SepticSceptic:

 

Fresh bread with a slab of salted soft REAL butter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Like your style, not a spread of butter but a SLAB. Just how I love it, especially on fresh home made bread.

 

Olive oil with a bit of pink himalayan salt is yum too.


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