Your favourite sandwich


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Silly thread I know, but I'm sick of having the same boring sandwiches every day so I bought in some new things to try :D

So far good combinations are:

Apple and Cheese - honestly, its nice!

Brie and Cranberry - tasty, but not typical in-your-fridge ingredients

Any other interesting combos worth trying?
 
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Brie and Cranberry just recently entered my life and I am definitely a fan.

Still think my top one is a good old-fashioned Gyro.
 
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Venison and apple burgers, not techniquely a sandwich but damn fine :D... mm yum yum.
Meat or vegetable panini's are great! :D.. er.

Oh Tiger bread's an excellent tummy warmer...
 

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TriplexDread said:
Tuna sweetcorn mayo on a hot panini with a relish dip
Tuna/Sweetcorn/Mayo is one of my all time faves :thumb:

pokeybill said:
Still think my top one is a good old-fashioned Gyro.
Welcome to the site :D Whats a Gyro, I've not heard of that before?

michael 118 said:
Oh Tiger bread's an excellent tummy warmer...
I only found out about the wonders of Tiger Bread a few months ago when I was back at my parents, such lovely bread! Only 70p from Sainsburys for a massive loaf too :D
 
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Roast Chicken Ciabatta w/ Lettuce, Green/Red Peppers, Cucumber, Cheese, Creamy Mayo.

It's all good :)
 
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Tiger bread is fantastic! Tuna, nah not for me....

I am up for trying anything once, strange cheeses seem to be a fav at the mo, Also i been trying a Peking duck and hoi sin sauce tortilla wrap from work thats damn good! :thumb:
 
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Tawny or Exmoor Gold is a must!

Strong Local Somerset Cheese served with Branston Pickle with Thick Bread, Oh & of course a pint of Tawny or Exmoor Gold:D
 
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Take a loaf of bread slice it in half length ways: now get a T bone steak about 1 1/2 - 2 inches thick cook the T bone steak to your liking place it between the bread add ice cream :nod: and hey what you got= a T bone steak sandwich Yuuummmmmy:D
 
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Still think my top one is a good old-fashioned Gyro.
And I thouhgt it to be payment off the government while unemployed: Oh no thats a GIRO:lol:
 
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Salami, Peach Chutney and Strong Cheddar Cheese :thumb:
 

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Twice I've come to post here, and twice I had to go get something to eat ... you got 30sec and I'm gonna delete this post.


:rolleyes:
 

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A veg "pate" made of chickpeas blitzed smooth, Italian pesto, chopped dry black olives and garlic, spread onto fresh home-made bread. :D
 
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I favour the old fashioned strong cheddar, ham and pickle!! YUM YUM!!

What's tiger bread? Is it made from real tigers?! :)
 
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You want unusual sandwhiches....
you gunna love it when my daughter comes back
she has a knack for creating sandwhiches out of the most revolting sounding combinations of ingredients
& they turn out delicious :confused:

Hmmmmmm....
Have you tried vegemite & crisp sandwhiches?
I prefer plain or Salt & Vinegar crisps for the sanwhich but it's all a matter of taste.
Ummmmm....
Mashed potato & cheese
Also nice if you throw in a gherkin/pickle &/or slice of salami
These were always favourites of mine for winter sandwhiches at school
Nice also if you give them a few seconds in the microwave or under a grill to soften the cheese :nod:

John loves Tiger bread, but my favourite is sage & onion bread :nod:
Damn... I'm hungry now
Has anyone suggested a (tinned) peach, sour cream, bacon & cheese panini yet?
Better go back & check :nod: ;)
 

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Tiger bread was originally from tesco's and sainsburys nicked the idea from them a couple of years later...Been buying it from Tesco's for years...Lovely stuff...

Fresh smooth Pate on warm buttered Tiger bread....mmmmm i'm making myself hungry here..:D
 
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pokeybill said:
1st, thanks for the welcome :thumb:

2nd, a Gyro is a greek sandwich made from slow-roasted lamb or a combination of lamb and beef. It is served in a pita with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and a celery and sour cream sauce.

http://whatscookingamerica.net/History/Sandwiches/GyroSandwich.htm
No disrespect Bill but that is no Greek sandwich! True, Gyro is Greek but what is described there is better known on the high streets as the TURKISH "Donner Kebab", the name coming from the word "Doner" which means revolving in Turkish language (eversince Ottoman times in that part of the world). :D

If you ever travel to Turkey one day, you can find them served both inside bitta bread and normal bread called "ekmek" (a local version of Frenchbread but unbelievably tasteful!), on every street corner. It can be served with mixed salad, chpped parsley and onions, chilli sauce or with yogurt, depending on your choice.
 

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