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The perfect Sandwich

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Posted (edited)

Probably a Sunday lunch leftovers sandwich..

Chicken, bread sauce and gravy with a sliver of lettuce thrown in to provide a thin veneer of healthiness.

Edit to add: forgot the stuffing!

Edited by Libspero

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Posted (edited)

Been out to a house warming.

Nice purchsed Indian in hot platters.

Cosco great for their takeout gear including sarnie gear.

Personally... I woukd have been happy with...

Malted seeded bread

Butter with mayo and English Mustard.

Decent honey roasted ham.

Strong cheddar.

Some fine chopped Branston Pickle.

Crispy lettuce.

Baby plum tomatoes.

Ahh...

Edited by The Grey Man
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Bacon, obvs.

White bread, buttered on one side, tomato sauce on the other side, fat cut off the (smoked) bacon but then left in the frying pan next to the cooking bacon to flavour/grease the pan up a bit.

A cup of tea as an accompaniment. 

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

 

 

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Edited by Carl Fimble
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Probably won’t be to most people’s tastes but I’d go with really high quality whole wheat bread, lettuce and freshly made still hot baba ganoush (with high proper extra virgin olive oil).  

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1 hour ago, The XYY Man said:

Primula spready cheese with ham, on a toasted crumpet, accompanied with lots of Lurpak..!

Try it first, before you tell me I'm being a cunt...

;)

 

XYY

 

I'd go with primula and smoked salmon. Smoked salmon trimmings are quite adequate for frugal dosbodders. Rarely have it though as I wouldn't touch farmed salmon.

Sandwich fillings: (Always a good quality butter)

Grated cheddar cheese and chopped raw onion, bit of mayonnaise

Fresh spider crab, brown meat (mixed paprika, mayo and lemon) and white meat

Rare, juicy thick sliced beef and horseradish

Egg, cress and mayonnaise (but only ever home made if you don;t want to be ill)`

Up early as off to catch some crabs......

 

 

 

 

Edited by Hopeful

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9 minutes ago, Hopeful said:

 

I'd go with primula and smoked salmon. Smoked salmon trimmings are quite adequate for frugal dosbodders. Rarely have it though as I wouldn't touch farmed salmon.

Sandwich fillings: (Always a good quality butter)

Grated cheddar cheese and chopped raw onion, bit of mayonnaise

Fresh spider crab, brown meat (mixed paprika, mayo and lemon) and white meat

Rare, juicy thick sliced beef and horseradish

Egg, cress and mayonnaise (but only ever home made if you don;t want to be ill)`

Up early as off to catch some crabs......

Aye.

And here's me with no top-teeth - and no denture for another fortnight - sat quaffing nowt but fucking soup...!

What's that I hear you say Marie-Antoinette...?

Let them eat chowder...?

Rub it in you posh cunt, why don't yer...?

;)

 

XYY

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Peanut butter, chicken, sriracha sauce and rocket.

Off the shelf - M&S chicken and bacon club. Magnificent.

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13 minutes ago, The XYY Man said:

Peanut butter is the most vile concoction ever created.

And yet, if the urban legend is true, George Washington Carver claimed that the Good Lord inspired him to come up with the stuff.

Once saw a "Hawaiian Burger" in a restaurant menu - peanut butter, beefburger, cheese, ham and a pineapple ring all in a bun!

 

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4 hours ago, Carl Fimble said:

Bacon, obvs.

I don't really eat it anymore, but an old favourite of mine:

Good quality crusty white roll

Streaky bacon, crispy

Ripe avocado, lots

Mature cheddar, grated

Tomato & crispy lettuce, optional

Mayonnaise & ketchup, non-optional

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52 minutes ago, LC1 said:

Good quality crusty white roll

Streaky bacon, crispy

Ripe avocado, lots

Oh yes..   I’d just add chicken to that.   Chicken, bacon and avocado.  

Classic winning combo!

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31 minutes ago, DTMark said:

Brie and grapes

When I first met my wife, many years ago now we used to sneak off from work and go to a little cafe in Birmingham that did Brie and black grape baguettes. Which I would always have. 

20 years and lots of water under the bridge later if I'm ever down in the dumps she'll surprise me with one. I don't deserve her.

Edited by Roger_Mellie

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Sunflower seed bread.

After that it doesn't much matter.

But chopped red onion in mayonnaise with grated cheese.

Or mustard in mayonnaise with thinly sliced homegrown tomatoes and ham with some London gem lettuce.

 

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Anything from the Philpotts chain. Occasionally used to drive from Warrington to Knutsford just for lunch (benefits of company car and company fuel card 😄)

If you live up North and haven’t been to one... get there!

Edited by Rowley

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