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Re: sandwiches

Posted: 01 Oct 2016, 12:55
by Buck_naked
Lawsons grain bread, tuna, edgell beetroot, bega cheese, mustard.
Cured meats cause cancer.

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Re: sandwiches

Posted: 01 Oct 2016, 15:21
by mavisbramston
Wow slapsy and Big D they sound delicious. Thank you yummy picture buck. Cheese and mustard is a great combination, very popular in Netherlands

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 01 Oct 2016, 19:08
by terra
Beetroot & cheese sambo !....
'aint nothin' better IMHO.
:wqoohoo

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 01 Oct 2016, 23:18
by Biggdad
terra wrote:Beetroot & cheese sambo !....
'aint nothin' better IMHO.
:wqoohoo
Terra your pregnant>> That's what my wife ate when she was pregnant!! :wqoohoo :heeheehee :heeheehee

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 02 Oct 2016, 12:51
by terra
Try it Big Daddy !.... once you do, you'll never look back !.... and you won't get pregnant either. :heeheehee

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 02 Oct 2016, 14:58
by Teddy
Buck_naked wrote:Lawsons grain bread, tuna, edgell beetroot, bega cheese, mustard.
Cured meats cause cancer.

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Wow Buck, you know something about nutrition! Woollies also make excellent grain bread (less expensive)Edgell still Australian,Golden Circle no longer Northgate Qld., but NZ,Salmon might be preferred compared with Tuna.Kumatoes are once again in season(delicious). :cool:

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 11 Oct 2016, 15:36
by Trishia
I used to think cheddar cheese and pickles [mustard] were the best sandwiches.
Now I am quite addicted to Danish blue cheese, with olive oil spread in my sandwiches. Delicious!
I ration myself to 2 of these a week, as they are a bit fattening, and I don't want to pile on unwanted fat. So, I just buy small wedges of cheese. :happy-sunshine:

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 11 Oct 2016, 19:20
by godfather
What a SUPERB subject to discuss. It will give all of us some ideas to try and perhaps adopt from time to time.

I am a 'convenience hog' and that means that I'll prefer the most easily prepared sandwich I can lay my hands on.
Considering that you can watch me eat Vegemite sandwich, cheese and onions sandwich, or just with one of these fillings asparagus, sliced olives, crushed garlic, sardines, mussels, oysters, last nights spaghetti, rissoles, apples, grapes, crab or smoked salmon. Mind you, it all depends on what is in the fridge at the time.

However, if I do have the time to indulge and the resources to store it, nothing beats a Lobster meat, mayo and onion sandwich!!!!

Fussy? No, I am not but I do enjoy a sandwich that doesn't feature in the "also ran" class!

Finally, I can never forget a sandwich filling my grandmother's sister (don't know the connective name) made for us during the war years.
It was rye bread with a base of liverwurst and liberally topped with Molasses. My knees used to go weak when eating it!

:lol: :lol: :lol:

ps: Buck, I do like the look of the bread you are using. Where is it made?

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 11 Oct 2016, 20:54
by Lauren
Grainy bread looks great and the recipe there sounds so yumm too must try it soon but with a little mayo on as well for me ..
Would you believe here in our household hubby likes grainy bread cheese and vegemite together and last week was first time
I ever ate those two together and I liked it all these years turned my nose up at it :lol: and now I like it guess taste changes as you
age yes? do you think it does .. must look for that grainy bread too Buck is it Woolies own brand ? :happy-sunshine:

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 11 Oct 2016, 22:36
by Biggdad
Toasted wholemeal PAN DE CASA with asparagus & grilled tasty cheese on top. YUM :wqoohoo

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 13 Oct 2016, 11:36
by Perrorist

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 13 Oct 2016, 12:31
by lynny
I love beetroot any way it comes but between two pieces of bread spread with lots of butter.......it's bliss !!!

:happy-sunshine:

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 16 Oct 2016, 19:39
by mavisbramston
Sounds great to me Lynny. I love your contributions everyone. :icon_biggrin:

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 16 Oct 2016, 21:49
by grandduke
I remember the day beetroot was part of the make up
of a hamburger with salad, cheese and mayo.

Re: sandwiches

Posted: 17 Oct 2016, 06:45
by Perrorist
grandduke wrote:I remember the day beetroot was part of the make up of a hamburger with salad, cheese and mayo.
My favourite.