Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by Jangloid Mark » Tue Oct 21, 2008 18:45

round bits of plastic wrote:who pays for sandwiches? not me!

if you don;t slice up the sausage won;t it fall out of the bread, like roll away?
Nope....not if done properly....you get a nice thick sausage, onions, maybe a little chilli or bbq sauce...you put the freshly heated sausage in the middle of the slice, add onions & sauce, then roll the slice of bread around it...
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by Dan » Tue Oct 21, 2008 19:13

[on second thoughts, no.]
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by Sootyzilla » Tue Oct 21, 2008 19:53

Jangloid Mark wrote:you put the freshly heated sausage in the middle of the slice, add onions & sauce, then roll the slice of bread around it...
Ah, a "1960s kebab".
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by tubby » Mon Apr 20, 2009 14:42

You guys, the new packaging on sandwiches from Greggs... what's that all about?

I heard that linus might have an opinion on this highly charged discussion.
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by linus » Mon Apr 20, 2009 14:44

I had my first (can you believe it?) steak bake on saturday, it was everything everyone has ever said it would be (i.e, good)

I didn't notice the sandwich wrappers though

um, sorry

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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by tubby » Mon Apr 20, 2009 14:47

I think they're new this week. They look like the ones in M&S where they're all boxy and unfold in strange ways.

I remember when you could get an egg sandwich from Greggs for less than a quid. They've changed, man.
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by a layer of chips » Mon Apr 20, 2009 14:48

You can get either a cheese or a ham bun in Nottingham Greggs for 60p. Fuck you, recession!

This should be in the Greggs thread.

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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by a layer of chips » Mon Apr 20, 2009 14:50

I just typed bum instead of bun.

I hope no-one saw that.

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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by Caroline74 » Thu May 21, 2009 00:34

Someone mentioned sausage and cheese earlier on. This is WRONG!

I myself am partial to plain bread( rather than pan), butter,brown sauce, corned beef, with fresh tomato.

I also love thick sliced roast ham with piccalily again on Plain bread.

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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by soft revolution » Wed Jul 14, 2010 11:30

Quite often, I don't get time to make sarnies for lunch, and in the modern go go go world, I realise this is the problem that many of us find.

So imagine how delighted I was to discover the candwich

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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by roundbitsofplastic » Wed Jul 14, 2010 19:08

Just the thought of it makes me feel sick.
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by String Bean Jen » Thu Jul 15, 2010 14:31

soft revolution wrote:Quite often, I don't get time to make sarnies for lunch, and in the modern go go go world, I realise this is the problem that many of us find.

So imagine how delighted I was to discover the...
There are so many things about this that I (don't) love. One of them is that it's a sandwich 'product'. Reminds me of the cheese 'product' that Kraft singles are made with.
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by Uncle Ants » Thu Jul 15, 2010 15:19

The "chicken" one looks like cat food in a bun.
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by caramarydaisy » Thu Jul 15, 2010 15:31

Uncle Ants wrote:The "chicken" one looks like cat food in a bun.
an oddly hollowed out bun. ick.
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by Woodbine » Sun Jul 18, 2010 13:56

Is evil just something you are, or something you do?

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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by stolenwine » Sun Jul 18, 2010 15:01

that sounds pretty rank. on a similar note, i remember the first time i ever saw an onion bhaji/pakora sandwhich. i was totally appalled at the cold pakoras stuck in between BREAD. wtf? so alien to me, but it wasn't THAT bad when i tried it.

anyway, i came on here to post about my excitement at finding ALFALFA SPROUTS in waitrose. guaranteed to make any sandwich a million times better (and healthier) i also got some rosemary and potato bread and some really nice tomatoes. damn, I LOVE SANDWICHES.
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by lynsosaurus » Sun Jul 18, 2010 15:07

rosemary and potato bread! that sounds amazing!

frankly, i love the idea of a lasagne sandwich, but that might be because i'm hungover today. double carbs!

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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by Woodbine » Sun Jul 18, 2010 15:21

The lasagne sandwich would be more understandable (although, I suppose, less like a lasagne) if it didn't have that soggy layer of pasta in it. That looks seriously rank. If I wasn't veggie I would probably try one out of curiousity though.
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Re: Sandwiches and issues surrounding sandwiches

Post by roundbitsofplastic » Sun Jul 18, 2010 15:24

Woodbine wrote:The lasagne sandwich would be more understandable (although, I suppose, less like a lasagne) if it didn't have that soggy layer of pasta in it. That looks seriously rank. If I wasn't veggie I would probably try one out of curiousity though.
make a veggie lasagne for tea tonight and have lasagne sandwich for work tomorrow. I DARE YOU.
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