Sandwiches

A safe place to discuss bread-and-filling lunches. Can probably veer into crisps too, if everybody’s fine with that. About time these things were addressed.

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Why not combine both?

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I might try and get my hands on a breville.

Now you’re talking. Look like meat-flavoured crisps too.

Because we’re not 12, have some class man

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Ahhhhh finally a proper thread

What is the best bread type for a sandwich?

To me it’s filling dependant. I generally prefer baguette (but the English soft type not the French crusty type) for something like tuna

Salt n vinegar or roast beef mc coys with ketchup.

Butter marmite and ready salted.

Fish fingers sweet chilli sauce. Optional cheddar cheese.

Good thread.

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You shut your mouth, it’s the best type of sandwich

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Chicken tikka has to be my favourite, also a big fan of fish finger sandwiches.

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Toasted leftover curry sandwich is a good breakfast

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White poppy seed bloomer or doorstep white farmhouse/sandwich loaf.
Perfect for Bacon or you can get jazzy and chicken breast, lettuce, gerkins, mustard, mayo or go festive with ham, stuffing turkey and pickle.

Fucking juvenile.

Pastrami
Swiss cheese
Gherkins
Onions
Some kind of mildly spicy sauce
Probably in a medium soft torpedo of sorts
Sesame seeds on top optional

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Cheese in everything.

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The world’s greatest sandwich is the Francesinha,
the gargantuan Porto version of a croque-monsieur, its name means “the little French one”, or “little French lady”

Basically a hot white bread sandwich of:

  • ham
  • steak
  • sausage
  • cheese
  • topped with a fried egg
  • topped with another layer of melted cheese
  • covered in a spicy “secret sauce” made with beer and wine

It looks like this, and generally comes served with a huge plate of chips
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It’s totally absurd and delicious and will kill you.

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I used to eat these homemade meatloaf sandwiches with egg and cheese all the time and put on at least 10 kilos. Delicious but deadly.

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Don’t forget the tiny tomato on top for the vitamin c

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Why is that photo from the 70s?

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All European food is from the seventies.

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