Sandwiches

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Ride your skateboard, put crisps in your fucking sandwich.

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I’m backing crisp sandwiches too.

My diet at school was almost exclusively: ham, cheese and coleslaw sandwiches with a bag of cheese and onion crisps emptied on them.

Sandwiches should not be wet

Am I a class traitor if I say I like cucumber sandwiches?

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In general I’d agree with you but this is the exception which proves the rule.

I saw Richard Ayoade eat one of these on travel man, I’ve wanted one ever since

personally find the only crisps that go well in a sarnie to be cheese and onion. little bit of grated cheese and red onion in there for extra bang if you’re feeling it

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Sugar puff sandwiches :slight_smile:

Crunch is an important factor.

I’m a firm believer that any meal can be put in between bread and enjoyed.

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You have to toast the bread so when you pick it up, the whole thing doesn’t fall apart. I worked in a cafe for my first job and that’s what they did for the bread and burger buns. Made a big difference for the better.

Far prefer wraps now though, zero food coma after lunch.

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Food where I don’t need cutlery tends to be my favourite, such as burritos or sushi.

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Burger buns yes. Not for sandwich’s.

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Cheese and pickle on brown bread.

Cucumber on white bread.

Cheese and tomato in a crusty cob.

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At the moment I’m all about toasted wraps and haven’t had a sandwich in months, but let’s keep this on topic.

Its not the war, you can branch out a bit.

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Anyone had one from Katz Deli?

Best sandwich Ive ever had.

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Kat from Eastenders? Now we’re talking

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I’ve had the Pastrami on Rye, the Salami one and the salt beef. Salami was disappointing but the others were banging. I’m veggie now so I’d order cheese and pickle if I went there again :smiley:

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Depends if you choose to wash it down with a glass of pimms

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