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PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2016 6:11 pm 
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Just wondering what sandwich did you make in your younger days that you wouldn't dream of making for yourself now. (Why you wouldn't do it now is irrelevant)

I have two.

Crisp sandwich.

Sugar sandwich.

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butter with jam

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I'll happily eat any piece that I had as a bairn. Love a cheese and jam piece. The only ones I don't eat now isn't through choice,I love Kraft "cheddarie" spread and the Kraft orange spread but they've not been available for a long time.
Plain crisps and broon sauce,loads of Lurpak is another favourite of mine. Or a pickled onion piece.

In fact all this talk has made me hungry!! I'm away to name my pieces for tommorow!! Cheese and Branson I Think!

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bread and dripping :shock: :lol:

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The only thing I can remember making (cooking) that I'd never do again is scrambled egg with Marmite in it. It tasted exactly as expected but looked like a babies nappy on toast.

I can't remember a bad sandwich: a couple of favourites - egg, hard boiled & sliced, tomato,also sliced, anchovies and Kalamata olives, all in one sarnie. Toasted - corned beef and Stilton..........yuuummmm, hungry again now.

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what the hell is a piece? i normally gan to the shop for my bait. ham, pease pudding, stuffing and mustard


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A piece is a sandwich fin!

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I haven't used the word 'piece' in years. Probably due to spending too long down south. I don't know anyone that does now.

I used to love a piece on jam when I was wee. My work colleague regularly has a marmalade and cheese sandwich which sounds gross, similar to a jam and cheese sandwich. You two are gross :lol:


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steviejoiner74 wrote:
Love a cheese and jam piece.


Me too :huray:


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There's a third :-)


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Not a savaloy dip then fin?

Cheese and marmite is a fave of mine. Crisps sarnies are nice too.

A 'Razor and Wes' sandwich sounds bloody awful though - I'd have to get Wes's opinion on that to confirm it though.

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Heinz sandwich spread - these days I think it looks and tastes like sick!

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Why is this in the Grumpy Corner?

I used to eat banana sarnies a long long time ago but I don't now, I don't know why, maybe I just prefer other things. I still like bananas but can't remember when I last ate one.

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We used to make banana sarnies sometimes when we were kids. Quite nice. Not made them for years.
We kids used to make vinegar salt and pepper sarnies. And salad cream sarnies. Just because really. :-)

I still quite like sandwich spread. Even if it does look like :puke: Goes well with cheese.


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