Unusual Sandwich Fillings

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Which is your favourite UNUSUAL sandwich filling?

Peanut Butter & Philadelphia
0
No votes
Peanut Butter & Banana
2
15%
Peanut Butter & Jam
1
8%
Cheese & Marmite
3
23%
Cheese & Marmite
3
23%
Marmite & Tuna
0
No votes
Tuna, Mayonnaise & Lemon Curd
1
8%
Gherkins, Melon & Frog
3
23%
 
Total votes: 13

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Unusual Sandwich Fillings

Post by GetDexter » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:43 am

Ok, vote as you see fit but also, share with us your unusual sandwich fillings!

Keep them to genuine fillings that you use regularly - I think this way it could turn out more interesting (and funnier!) than if we just made up stuff like 'Peach and Anchovies'

Although thinking about it...

Peach and anchovies...

hmm....
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Post by SirClive » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:47 am

Another good one if you have one of those Breville sandwich toaster thingy's is Cheese and Chocolate. Just use a healthy amount of grated cheese and then sprinklesome cadburys flake over. De-Lish!

Flakes are agreat and versatile food. Next timr you mak a Chili con carne, crumble half a flake into it. You won't taste the actual choccy but it adds a really nice subtle sweetness.
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Post by Antiriad2097 » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:47 am

Cheese and Tomato sauce is y fave, though this has deviated into Cheese, jalapenos and BBQ sauce
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Post by GetDexter » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:50 am

SirClive wrote:Another good one if you have one of those Breville sandwich toaster thingy's is Cheese and Chocolate. Just use a healthy amount of grated cheese and then sprinklesome cadburys flake over. De-Lish!

Flakes are agreat and versatile food. Next timr you mak a Chili con carne, crumble half a flake into it. You won't taste the actual choccy but it adds a really nice subtle sweetness.
Yes - someone at work mentioned the chocolate in bolognese/chilli con carne idea to me a while back. I've never got around to trying it yet but it's definitely on my '100 things to do before I die'

(No.87 if you must know, just under 'Kissing Raquel Welch' but above 'Giving Dudley a 'hoochie' in a quiet corner at the next Retro Gaming gathering' :D )
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Post by SirClive » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:52 am

Whats a 'hoochie' and does it involve peanut butter?
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Post by GetDexter » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:56 am

A 'hoochie' is an americanism that I picked up from reading the 'Calvin & Hobbes' comic strip!

'Nuff said... :D
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Post by woody.cool » Thu Sep 21, 2006 3:51 am

although it's not a sandwitch filling .... have you tried dipping chips into squidge cream (ya know .... the aerosol cream stuff)

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Post by markopoloman » Thu Sep 21, 2006 4:23 am

Mmmmmm - Cheese and Marmite :D The food of the Gods.

Woody - Chips and cream :shock: :? You're avin a laugh :x

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Post by woody.cool » Thu Sep 21, 2006 7:31 am

markopoloman wrote:Mmmmmm - Cheese and Marmite :D The food of the Gods.

Woody - Chips and cream :shock: :? You're avin a laugh :x
Trust me .... I'm actually serious, I've tried it. Along side Crochet Potatoes dipped in Cream :!:

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Post by Cornelius » Thu Sep 21, 2006 7:46 am

Taytos often make a sandwich :)

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Post by SirClive » Thu Sep 21, 2006 8:13 am

Mashed Potato butties :D
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Post by Mad Gerald » Thu Sep 21, 2006 8:23 am

You've missed off two of my favourites.

Crisps (any flavour)

Ready salted crisps and salad cream

and my all-time favourite sarnie...

Pizza with tomato sauce.
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Post by RB » Thu Sep 21, 2006 8:29 am

Mamalade, tuna (with loads of pepper and vinegar) and bean sprouts has everything - sweetness, crunch and an acid tang...

..and for dessert? The old favourite of a white sugar sandwich. Now that's retro itself.



Oh, and Marmite and banana is a corker too...

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Post by Robbo » Thu Sep 21, 2006 9:29 am

SirClive wrote:Flakes are agreat and versatile food. Next timr you mak a Chili con carne, crumble half a flake into it. You won't taste the actual choccy but it adds a really nice subtle sweetness.
I've just been to the local Londis round the corner and purchased (amongst a few items) a flake. I'm making Chilli Con Carne tonight for dinner so I'm giving it a try. :D

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Post by Eugene Mamalookaboobooday » Thu Sep 21, 2006 10:49 am

Dog Eggs and mayo....MMMmmmmmm
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