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Re: In search for the perfect sandwich

The 'Christmas Sandwich'

- Turkey
- Mayo
- Stuffing
- Bacon
- Cranberry sauce
- Thickly sliced bread

Delicious!
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Old 10.11.2009, 18:13
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Do you wanna make ketchup out of me say?!

i am sure it was more mayonnaise on Shorrick`s mind
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i am sure it was more mayonnaise on Shorrick`s mind
whatever is or was on his mind, I bet one needs to shower afterwards.
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Hi Nils,

My ever favourite sandwich is one my mom makes for our birthday parties when we were little. Ok we ask for it still now .

Ingredients:

-White bread with no crust (for tramezzini) in my country it is called pullman
-Avocados
-Tomatoes thinly sliced
-Hard boiled eggs thinly sliced

You make a sort of guacamole but only with the avocados and the mayonaise, the mayo shoud be used in every side of the bread like this:

bread -mayo-avocado-mayo-bread-mayo-tomato(salt)-mayo-bread-mayo-eggs (salt)-mayo-bread...

Yes it is fatty but I love it, it is called triple. Youusually put it in the fridge and serve cold.

*SALIVATING*
*yum*yum*yum*yum*
arghhhhhh........i'm famished ><

but thankew fer sharing the recipe
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Old 11.11.2009, 18:06
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Once had an Irish Breakfast in a Roll - fried egg, bacon, sausage, white pudding, black pudding, ketchup, all in one roll!
the breakfast roll is probably Ireland's most important contribution to cuisine of recent years. Hard to miss them.

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Re: In search for the perfect sandwich

Sorry, this has nothing to do with sandwiches in Switzerland (unless of course someone knows where to find one of these?)

I lived in Scotland for a short time a number of years ago and I discovered a yummy sandwich and have searched everywhere for the recipe. I used to buy it at Tesco's and I think it was called a ploughman's sandwich (not ploughman's lunch). It had shredded carrots, cheese apples and sunflower seeds in it. I have tried to make it with mayo and sour cream but it doesn't taste the same. Does anyone have a recipe for this?

(I actually want to make my kids a nutritious, meat-free sandwich that they can get their mouths around. Sandwiches here are often made with pretty hard, big, crusty bread- yummy, but not easy for little mouths to bite into)

Thanks!
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Old 17.01.2011, 11:11
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Re: In search for the perfect sandwich

Well, here is LIB's Chicken sandwich madness:
Take one leftover chicken breast
2 slices of regular toast bread
Mayo
Tabasco

Combine ingredients as desired.
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Re: In search for the perfect sandwich

Sorry,
here i am nostalgic.
my perfect sandwich is made of simple good bread,
normal cheese ("Montasio") from my home region and the salami
of my family's butcher (never been able to find a better salami). That's it.

It is 3 years that i don't have the chance to eat that salami.
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Sorry, this has nothing to do with sandwiches in Switzerland (unless of course someone knows where to find one of these?)

I lived in Scotland for a short time a number of years ago and I discovered a yummy sandwich and have searched everywhere for the recipe. I used to buy it at Tesco's and I think it was called a ploughman's sandwich (not ploughman's lunch). It had shredded carrots, cheese apples and sunflower seeds in it. I have tried to make it with mayo and sour cream but it doesn't taste the same. Does anyone have a recipe for this?

(I actually want to make my kids a nutritious, meat-free sandwich that they can get their mouths around. Sandwiches here are often made with pretty hard, big, crusty bread- yummy, but not easy for little mouths to bite into)

Thanks!
This is an old thread, but I thought I could ask my question here instead of starting another thread about sandwiches!!
So, does anyone know how to make this sandwich? Please! (I don't want to eat these gross cheese pies my kids are having for lunch )
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This is an old thread, but I thought I could ask my question here instead of starting another thread about sandwiches!!
So, does anyone know how to make this sandwich? Please! (I don't want to eat these gross cheese pies my kids are having for lunch )
I suspect the reason you can't get it to taste the same is down to the particular dressing/mayo that they're using. But that tastes like that because it's designed for industrial production and long-life. You don't have those restrictions, so why not produce your own fresh version and don't worry about trying to replicate a supermarket creation?
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Re: In search for the perfect sandwich

Old thread, yes, but behold the northern New Jersey sloppy joe:



Jewish rye, Russian dressing, cole slaw, "swiss" cheese (whch is actually just bad American Ementhaler) and 1-2 kinds of meat, sliced thin.

For me, nothing else comes close.
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