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Skulduggery
GOLD Member since Aug 2004

Skulduggery

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Location: Wales

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Posted:I have been long known in my family for mixing odd things in sandwiches. When I was small I used to love lettuce & marmite, marmite & peanuts, blackcherry or plum jam & cucumber, banana & honey, cheddar sprinkled with sugar.

Today I found that Peanut butter and wild chestnut honey on rye bread is YUMMY! ubbrollsmile

It got me wondering if anyone else does the mix and match sandwiches like me.


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lunernia


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Posted:'i put my pillow in the fridge'-pyro
i put my pjs in the fridge so they are nice and cold for when i got to bed if its hot outside!

i like... tuna, cucumber and choc spread
cheese and apple
chicken noodles in bread
tuna feta and marmite is good but i dont like avocados
i eat most things in bread it kinda goes hand in hand with beeing a poor student

L x


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Xopher (aka Mr. Clean)


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Location: Hoboken, New Jersey, USA

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Posted:Pork (including ham) goes well with fruit in general. If you eat meat, which I personally don't.



I think there must be something about living beneath the equator that makes marmite edible. If I ever get down there (and I intend to, trust me) I will taste it one more time just to be sure. Otherwise no slight amount of it will ever cross my lips again.



My brother used to make "nothing" sandwiches -- Miracle Whip (a loathsome kind of fake mayonnaise) and ketchup on white bread. He was the only one who thought that was good, though.



Geez, I thought I was weird for liking tomato sandwiches. Slices of tomato with mayo (the real kind) on good bread. With lots of black pepper. But that's not weird enough to make the grade here.



Peanut butter and honey is NOT weird! Whyever would someone find that weird? I ate that all the time when I was a teenager (and dinosaurs still ruled the earth).



Fried curried bean curd with mayo.



Worthington Vegetable Steaks, sauteed in olive oil, garlic, pepper, tamari, vinegar, and their own juice, sliced thin and piled high, with mayo.



(I like mayo.)



I suppose cream cheese with (a BIG slice of) onion and tomato on a bagel isn't terribly weird in these parts. In many places no one's ever seen a real, fresh bagel, though. If the crust is soft like (commercial) bread, it's not a real bagel.



Mushrooms and onions sauteed in butter with (just a little!) melted Jack cheese on multigrain bread. (If you're really having a fat attack, you can add mayo to this if you want. But then you could also just back a cement mixer up to your heart and speed things along.)



A slice of daikon makes a lot of otherwise bland veggie sandwiches surprisingly good. I'm unable to obtain daikon in my neighborhood, unfortunately.

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GothFrogette
BRONZE Member since Oct 2004

GothFrogette

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Location: Nuneaton

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Posted:Written by: Captain Hazzard

My fave weird sarnie consists of

marmite
jam
peanut butter
cheese and onion crisps
and toasted cheese

mmmmmmmmm


my 4 year old takes marmite, jam and peanut butter sarnies to school and jam and ham.... but only cause they rhyme


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Captain Hazzard
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Posted:I have the sophisticated palette of a four year old ubblol

I only wanted to be 16... and free

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GothFrogette
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Posted:Written by: Captain Hazzard

I have the sophisticated palette of a four year old ubblol


lol right now he is eating jam and marmite on toast, he has to have the jam first.... this can prove very difficult


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stroo
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stroo

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Location: oxford, england, uk

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Posted:OOOOOH! we had a sandwiche club when we were like 11 (honestly) and the best one we came up with is lemon curd and red leicester cheese! its actually nice. x

Livin' on dreams and custard creams

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PyroWill
GOLD Member since Aug 2004

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Posted:your all mad.,......except me with my salt n vinegar crisps with peanut butter idea, oh and the trainers in the fridge

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Give a man a fish and he'll eat 4 a day hit a man with a brick and you can have all his fish and his wife

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Cantus
SILVER Member since Jul 2001

Cantus

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Posted:There was a big kid at my school that stole my sandwiches so i started having banana and HP sauce sandwiches every day.

He stopped stealing them and i got hooked (for a while - I'm over it now).


Chocolate and cheese is quite good though....


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"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean

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GothFrogette
BRONZE Member since Oct 2004

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Posted:Written by: C@ntus




Chocolate and cheese is quite good though....



oh wow migrain in a sandwhich.

what is a good substiute to bread that tastes nice but doesn't have any wheat in it?


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Fine_Rabid_Dog


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Posted:marmite is evil, evil stuff.

It looks, smells and tastes verrrrrrrrry similar to petrol. yuck!


The existance of flamethrowers says that someone, somewhere, at sometime said "I need to set that thing on fire, but it's too far away."

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Skulduggery
GOLD Member since Aug 2004

Skulduggery

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Posted:I am wheat intolerant and eat rye bread. Its an acquired taste though, because its nothing like wheat bread. There are loads of alternatives for bread but I've found most of the specialist gluten free specialist breads taste vile. I have heard tell that in places like sweden and Finland they make oat breads and such but I'm not sure they are gluten free.
I don't know if you have an ASDA near you but they sell rye bread and multi grain gluten free bread. Try them out.


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Parafinfairy
SILVER Member since Sep 2003

Parafinfairy

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Posted:I like the sound of the feta cheese, marmite, avacado and Tuna. I would personally add peppers and cream cheese and maybe a lettuce leaf to it.

I don't really have strange fillings. My sister has Bovril and marmalade on toast every morning. I personally don't like either of those things. I think Bovril is horrible. Marmite is definately the way forward...


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GothFrogette
BRONZE Member since Oct 2004

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Posted:Written by: Skulduggery

I am wheat intolerant and eat rye bread. Its an acquired taste though, because its nothing like wheat bread. There are loads of alternatives for bread but I've found most of the specialist gluten free specialist breads taste vile. I have heard tell that in places like sweden and Finland they make oat breads and such but I'm not sure they are gluten free.
I don't know if you have an ASDA near you but they sell rye bread and multi grain gluten free bread. Try them out.


whahoo some one else. i am not supposed to eat wheat, gluten, startchy foods,dairy, coffee, anything nice that fills you up. i used to be able to and i think thats where i am finding my problem.lol.
yeah i have tried the bouncing rubber gluten free bread... we do have an asda but shop in sainsburys where i they do it, i have just never tried it. i am not a big fan of white bread but i shall have to go out and get some now. (I never like paying for stuff that i do not know if its nice or not so tend to go without)
you can not beat a sugar butty though, which is just yummy. or tom sauce, mayo and cheese spread, lightly warmed. yummy
when i was expecing my first child i had lard sandwhiches. or banana yogurt, tinned hot do sausages sprinkled with choc flakes on mouse turd bread (Grannery)


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Sakura_Moon


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Posted:Bacon and chicken nuggets and a fillet burger and cheezy nuggets and strips all in a wrap from red rooster.

The coolest sandwich on earth is bacon and egg and chips...being the hot ones


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GothFrogette
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Posted:Written by: Sakura_moon

Bacon and chicken nuggets and a fillet burger and cheezy nuggets and strips all in a wrap from red rooster.

The coolest sandwich on earth is bacon and egg and chips...being the hot ones



Mmmmmmmmmmmm i have eggs and my tummy is going grumble grumble gurgle roar...must go and eat


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meep
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Posted:Frogette, our Asda do some of that stuff now. Or you could make your own with what free bread smile

Oh.. there was a study done recently that says that in the very early stage of migraine (ie before you feel it) you crave cheese and chocolate, and then you have the migraine, which makes you think they're a trigger. Never seen the actual paper tho.

Other sandwiches i eat...

Cadbury's hot chocolate powder sandwiches, and
sugar and lemon juice sandwiches smile


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GothFrogette
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Posted:i think i will go and check it out it has been seen in sainsburys too. and its closer and i get point.lolol. after the sadwich thing yesters i had 5 boiled eggs on a toasted whole meal sandwhich, very nice lolol although messy

have done the choc powder one, you have to get the nice stuff not the instand choc powder that seems to have bits of other stuff in it too, just ruins the taste


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tild
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Posted:Cheese and banana toastie yummy

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FireTom


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Posted:gouda cheese and strawberry jam

cream cheese and nutella ... on toast - in this order smile


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zyonchaos


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Posted:Sausage, bacon, fried egg, and cheese


Nutella and Ham


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FireTom


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Posted:wow - the latter is just a jawdropper laugh3

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UCOF
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Posted:Tom - I double-time salute your old thread bumping efforts wave

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