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  Reply # 1850560 22-Aug-2017 17:17
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I also like sliced pickled egg sandwiches.


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  Reply # 1850562 22-Aug-2017 17:24
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You guys must all be pregnant!

 

 





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  Reply # 1850630 22-Aug-2017 19:08
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Rikkitic:

 

You guys must all be pregnant!

 

 

 

 

 Nah - just have that appearance.


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  Reply # 1850643 22-Aug-2017 20:02
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I am a fan of lettuce and Marmite (NZ), Marmite and cheese, Marmite and Honey, try it, you'd be surprised.

 

Had a flatmate that did a 1 sandwich meal. Slice of fresh Vogels, in the day when we could get it direct from the bakery, smother it in honey, press sultanas into the honey and top it with a slab of cheese. The sharper the cheese the better.


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  Reply # 1850773 22-Aug-2017 22:45
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Rikkitic:

 

You guys must all be pregnant!

 

 

 

 

Not usually possible, even if it looks that way - thanks to effect of gluttonous sandwich fetishes, beer, sloth, and other pleasures.

 

 


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  Reply # 1850802 23-Aug-2017 02:33
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Senecio:

 

Kiwifruta:

 

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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.

 

 

 

 

moi aussi.

 

Thickly - and then covered thickly in Pics smooth peanut butter!






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  Reply # 1850803 23-Aug-2017 02:34
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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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

At boarding school I became very fond of baked beans on fried bread. Way better than toast! Try it.






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  Reply # 1850804 23-Aug-2017 02:36
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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.

 

 

 

 

Are you related to the Amsterdam Murphys?






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  Reply # 1850805 23-Aug-2017 02:39
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I don't think you can get it in NZ, at least I have yet to see it, but there is a cheese spread called Primula in Europe that comes in tubes like toothpaste.

 

There's a very tasty version with smoked ham in, and I used to buy a box of Ritz crackers and squidge Primula over them and make Ritz sandwiches in front of the TV!






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  Reply # 1850808 23-Aug-2017 06:17
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Geektastic:

 

Are you related to the Amsterdam Murphys?

 

Nope...





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Growing up in South Africa we had a spread called "Fish paste" which is already quite a 'strange' spread but my sister grew fond of it with [SA/English] marmite...

 

The most I could do there was Marmite, cheese and lettuce, but my own favourite was to swap my  boring peanut-butter-and-syrup sandwiches with a mate who brought ultra-cheap 'Melon and Ginger Jam' sandwiches :D

 

 

 

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fish paste http://www.woolworths.co.za/store/prod/Food/Food/Pantry/Jams-Honey-Spreads/Spreads/Peck-s-Anchovette-Fish-Paste-125g/_/A-6001291000018

 

Melon and Ginger : http://www.atasteofafricashoppe.com/cart/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=68


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PhantomNVD:

 

Growing up in South Africa we had a spread called "Fish paste" which is already quite a 'strange' spread but my sister grew fond of it with [SA/English] marmite...

 

The most I could do there was Marmite, cheese and lettuce, but my own favourite was to swap my  boring peanut-butter-and-syrup sandwiches with a mate who brought ultra-cheap 'Melon and Ginger Jam' sandwiches :D

 

 

 

for ref

 

fish paste http://www.woolworths.co.za/store/prod/Food/Food/Pantry/Jams-Honey-Spreads/Spreads/Peck-s-Anchovette-Fish-Paste-125g/_/A-6001291000018

 

Melon and Ginger : http://www.atasteofafricashoppe.com/cart/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=68

 

 

 

 

Wednesday morning breakfast at Prep School - fishpaste on fried bread. Every Wednesday, 30 weeks a year for 5 years...!






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michaelmurfy:

 

Geektastic: Are you related to the Amsterdam Murphys?

 

Nope... 

 

You sure? It's a pretty small place, not many people...


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  Reply # 1851427 23-Aug-2017 18:18
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Banana and rasbperry jam. Not cheap jam, sugar loaded fresh jam like Anathoth

 

Sweet, and savory at the same mouthfull.


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  Reply # 1851580 24-Aug-2017 02:02
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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?


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