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  Reply # 1850138 22-Aug-2017 08:26
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Kiwifruta:

 

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.

 

 

My father prefers to slice his butter like cheese rather than spread it.


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  Reply # 1850173 22-Aug-2017 09:34
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Mspec:

 

Some of you will remember this, bread and dripping , oh yeah good for the arteries that one surprised I am still above ground.

 

 

When I were a' school my mate's mum always kept a pot of fat from roasts on the stove. Pure, saturated solid white fat.

 

So we'd run home from school - about 3km, fire up the stove top and deep fry a few slices of bread each. Crunchy golden brown deep fried fat sponges. Heaven. 

 

And we never got fat either. I think after that we'd run down the bush valley behind the road and throw stones and old ladies's roofs, or nick a chocolate bar from the dairy. God, we were little bastards.

 

 




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  Reply # 1850408 22-Aug-2017 15:15
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I don't eat sandwiches. Peasant food.   tongue-out

 

 

What's your favourite panini then?





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  Reply # 1850425 22-Aug-2017 15:44
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I'm Dutch - one of my favorites is:

Peanut Butter, Sambal Oelek (has to be the Conimex brand) and Cheese.

 

For those that don't know Sambal Oelek is a hot chilli paste often used in cooking.





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  Reply # 1850432 22-Aug-2017 15:51
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@michaelmurfy ummmm  eeeeeeewwwww but my wife and youngest son would love that 





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  Reply # 1850434 22-Aug-2017 15:58
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Pie Sandwich. Any savoury pie (whole, or slice of) between two slices of fresh bread. 





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  Reply # 1850436 22-Aug-2017 15:59
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michaelmurfy:

 

I'm Dutch - one of my favorites is:

Peanut Butter, Sambal Oelek (has to be the Conimex brand) and Cheese.

 

For those that don't know Sambal Oelek is a hot chilli paste often used in cooking.

 

 

Bami met Sambal...lekker.

 

 





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  Reply # 1850453 22-Aug-2017 16:11
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As a child I was fond of butter and caster sugar sandwiches! Couldn't stomach that now.

 

My wife loves Walkers Cheese & Onion crisp sandwiches.

 

Since I won't eat vegetables, salad or fruit, my sandwiches tend to revolve around meat. My personal favourite is stoneground wholemeal bread with chicken breast and Best Foods mayo with fresh black pepper. Not very odd, I grant you.

 

Others would be (English) Marmite & Strong cheddar, hot smoked salmon and mayo and grated cheese mixed with mayo with good ham.






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  Reply # 1850454 22-Aug-2017 16:12
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Rikkitic:

 

michaelmurfy:

 

I'm Dutch - one of my favorites is:

Peanut Butter, Sambal Oelek (has to be the Conimex brand) and Cheese.

 

For those that don't know Sambal Oelek is a hot chilli paste often used in cooking.

 

 

Bami met Sambal...lekker.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fixx & Fogg in Wellington make peanut butter with chilli in so you can save yourself a step and get that!






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  Reply # 1850455 22-Aug-2017 16:13
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Pie Sandwich. Any savoury pie (whole, or slice of) between two slices of fresh bread. 

 

 

 

 

I have a couple of friends from the North of England who would agree with you there!! They love that. I like it with mince & cheese pie.






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  Reply # 1850465 22-Aug-2017 16:19
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Geektastic:

 

 

 

Fixx & Fogg in Wellington make peanut butter with chilli in so you can save yourself a step and get that!

 

Tried that - isn't the same. I found it bland in comparison. Sambal Oelek has a more salty taste to it (along with Chilli).





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  Reply # 1850466 22-Aug-2017 16:19
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A slice of vegemite toast, wrapped around a handful of bean sprouts. It has a kind of yeasty crunchiness thing going on. Yummy.


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  Reply # 1850550 22-Aug-2017 17:02
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Sausage roll sammies and Watties tom sauce, mmmmmm





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  Reply # 1850553 22-Aug-2017 17:10
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michaelmurfy:

I'm Dutch - one of my favorites is:

Peanut Butter, Sambal Oelek (has to be the Conimex brand) and Cheese.


For those that don't know Sambal Oelek is a hot chilli paste often used in cooking.



sound good, like satay sauce and cheese

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  Reply # 1850559 22-Aug-2017 17:16
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Fresh and crispy baguette with lots of salted butter and nothing but HP sauce.


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