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  • Razz 16 Oct 2006 15:47:25 61,391 posts
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  • Fatfish 16 Oct 2006 15:47:45 3,377 posts
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    Owen-B wrote:
    Snack of the Gods

    /end of discussion
  • pjmaybe 16 Oct 2006 15:47:50 70,676 posts
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    Anyone ever tried that crust-free bread?

    I have not the words to describe how utterly FOUL that shit is. Even the bugs won't eat it.

    Peej
  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 15:48:04 1,880 posts
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    Fatfish wrote:
    Tiger_Walts wrote:
    I like crusts.

    So do I, but not as much as the stodgy middle bit.

    What about Cheese? Is there anything it won't go with? I munched on a chunk of Wensleydale last night and then washed it down with a swig of tea - and it was like nectar rolling down my throat. The two just went so well together for some bizarre reason.

    As does chocolate and cheese. Pickle and cheese. Chilli sauce and cheese. Meat with cheese. Veg with cheese. Fruit with cheese. The girlfriend loves Marmite and cheese. Cheese with curry paste. Tuna and cheese (melted or normal).

    A personal favourite of mine is peanut butter and thick cut cheese in either a normal sandwich or a toastie, using fresh granary bread. Heart attack inducing, artery clogging, creamy, cheesy goodness.

    It's just the best thing ever. Love it with a passion!!

    Fish and cheese never works.
  • Razz 16 Oct 2006 15:49:06 61,391 posts
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    Owen-B wrote:
    Razz wrote:
    Bollox.

    I want a sandwich now. :(
    That'll be the weed, and the power of suggestion.



    Stay tuned: next hour - Bacon Wheat Crunchies - devils work or Snack of the Gods?
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  • JetSetWilly 16 Oct 2006 15:49:45 5,721 posts
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    pjmaybe wrote:
    There is no better way to eat a bacon sarnie (or the vegetarian equivalent thereof - some quorn table tennis bat rubber fried and covered in ketchup) than just as a huge doorstep.

    Peej

    I was nodding in agreement until an image of a Jamie Olivier advert where he does just that came to mind. Then I had to settle on the single clean cut along the middle for a bacon sarnie.
  • Fatfish 16 Oct 2006 15:50:05 3,377 posts
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    @peej - about crustless bread

    I saw that on TV the other night - my gf and I were dumb founded by it. If you don't like crusts, why not just cut them off yourself you lazy shit!!

    It's like half-caffeine Nescafe. Why? Why not just drink half the amount of cups? Or even better, just drink tea? We are becoming such a lazy society it's untrue. We buy things because the producers and marketing bods say we should.

    Edited by Fatfish at 15:50:36 16-10-2006
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  • JetSetWilly 16 Oct 2006 15:51:21 5,721 posts
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    Owen-B wrote:
    Razz wrote:
    Bollox.

    I want a sandwich now. :(
    That'll be the weed, and the power of suggestion.



    Stay tuned: next hour - Bacon Wheat Crunchies - devils work or Snack of the Gods?

    Upon initial consumption=Snack of the Gods.

    3 hours later when you're still doing bacon burps=Work of the Devil.
  • boo 16 Oct 2006 15:52:09 11,831 posts
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    Fatfish wrote:
    What about Cheese? Is there anything it won't go with?

    The girlfriend loves Marmite and cheese.

    Make her some of these - she'll love you forever...

    Cheese & Marmite Whirls

    15 mins prep.
    15 mins baking.

    1 x packet of ready rolled puff pastry (usually 400g give-or-take-a-bit)
    40g finely grated parmesan plus a bit more for dusting
    75g grated cheddar
    1 beaten egg
    marmite


    Preheat the oven to 200 deg C (not sure what gas mark this is - 6, I think)
    Spread the marmite thinly over one side of the pastry, right up to the edges. Go easy on it otherwise they'll make your eyes water!
    Mix the grated cheddar & parmesan in a bowl and sprinkle evenly over the marmite.
    Roll the pastry up from the long edge, so you get a long thin sausage.
    Brush all over with beaten egg and sprinkle with the remaining parmesan.
    Cut into even pieces about 1 - 1 cm wide - I normally get 16 pieces.
    Place flat on a baking tray and gently squash each one a little with the flat of your hand.
    Bake for 12 - 15 mins.
    Place on a rack to cool.

    They taste great warm, fine cold and will keep for about 2 days in a tupperware box.

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  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 15:52:47 1,880 posts
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    Fatfish wrote:
    @ peej - about crustless bread

    I saw that on TV the other night - my gf and I were dumb founded by it. If you don't like crusts, why not just cut them off yourself you lazy shit!!

    It's like half-caffeine Nescafe. Why? Why not just drink half the amount of cups? Or even better, just drink tea? We are becoming such a lazy society it's untrue. We buy things because the producers and marketing bods say we should.

    Edited by Fatfish at 15:50:36 16-10-2006

    Orrrr because some people like drinking lots of coffee but don't want to overload their bodies with caffine? :)
  • TwistidChimp 16 Oct 2006 15:52:53 8,825 posts
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    JetSetWilly wrote:
    Two diagonal cuts. Top left to bottom right and top right to bottom left. Sandwiches cut like this taste better. Scientists have used computers to demostrate this as FACT.

    He speaks the truth. Diagonaly quartered sandwhiches are the way to go.

    Edited by TwistidChimp at 15:53:03 16-10-2006
  • Fatfish 16 Oct 2006 15:53:52 3,377 posts
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    minkyqueen wrote:
    Fish and cheese never works.

    Go make yourself a tuna and cheese melt as follows:

    Mix tuna with mayo, chopped peppers, little bit of onion and finely chopped cucumber. Mix in some tabbasco and a dash or two of Worcester Sauce.

    Slice open pitta bread and liberally lay with favourite strong cheese (cheddar of some description works best). Lay on the Tuna mix (thickly) and then cover with more cheese before closing up the pitta, wrapping in silver foil and heating through in the oven.

    Then we'll talk! ;)
  • pjmaybe 16 Oct 2006 15:53:57 70,676 posts
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    Fatfish wrote:
    @ peej - about crustless bread

    I saw that on TV the other night - my gf and I were dumb founded by it. If you don't like crusts, why not just cut them off yourself you lazy shit!!

    It's like half-caffeine Nescafe. Why? Why not just drink half the amount of cups? Or even better, just drink tea? We are becoming such a lazy society it's untrue. We buy things because the producers and marketing bods say we should.

    Edited by Fatfish at 15:50:36 16-10-2006

    Sad isn't it. Dunno how many of you have a fussy missus when it comes to food but mine is ALWAYS taking the crusts off bread. She insisted on trying this crustless shit for a week and by the end of the week had quite rightly wanted a switch back to nice thick crusty grainy wholemeal. Yum.

    Peej
  • Deleted user 16 October 2006 15:55:15
    minkyqueen wrote:
    Fatfish wrote:
    Tiger_Walts wrote:
    I like crusts.

    So do I, but not as much as the stodgy middle bit.

    What about Cheese? Is there anything it won't go with? I munched on a chunk of Wensleydale last night and then washed it down with a swig of tea - and it was like nectar rolling down my throat. The two just went so well together for some bizarre reason.

    As does chocolate and cheese. Pickle and cheese. Chilli sauce and cheese. Meat with cheese. Veg with cheese. Fruit with cheese. The girlfriend loves Marmite and cheese. Cheese with curry paste. Tuna and cheese (melted or normal).

    A personal favourite of mine is peanut butter and thick cut cheese in either a normal sandwich or a toastie, using fresh granary bread. Heart attack inducing, artery clogging, creamy, cheesy goodness.

    It's just the best thing ever. Love it with a passion!!

    Fish and cheese never works.
    A long held belief, passionately adhered to by many top chefs, but also not strictly true.

    Tuna and mature cheddar cheese melts are WICKED.

    Edited by Owen-B at 15:56:05 16-10-2006
  • Jeepers 16 Oct 2006 15:56:11 13,183 posts
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    Wheat crunchies and red sauce ftw:

    White, plastic bread.
    Marge (not butter).
    Wheat crunchies (Bacon work well, but use your imagination).
    Red sauce.

    Get bread. Add marge. Add Wheat crunchies. Add red sauce.

    (Important bit) CRUNCH the sandwich once with the flat of your hand.


    Eat. Enjoy. Rub tummy.
  • Fatfish 16 Oct 2006 15:58:18 3,377 posts
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    minkyqueen wrote:
    Orrrr because some people like drinking lots of coffee but don't want to overload their bodies with caffine? :)

    Only use half the amount on the teaspoon then? Part of what makes coffee taste like coffee is the caffeine. Ever drunk caffeine free coffee? Tastes like shit - I can only imagine half-caffeine coffee is much the same.

    Anyway, what's with all this back chat today? First the fish and cheese. Now the coffee. Sheesh!!
  • [maven] 16 Oct 2006 15:59:35 5,179 posts
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    When you're talking about crust, are you still referring to the traditional spongy whitebread? Because that has no crust to speak of...

    Edited by [maven] at 16:00:04 16-10-2006
  • TwistidChimp 16 Oct 2006 16:01:38 8,825 posts
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    Does anyone else here ever have Cheese and Strawberry jam sandwhiches ?

    Dont punch me just yet. Go try it, slices of cheddar with strawberry jam on white. You'l thank me. Its one of those things that sounds utterly abhorent and shouldn't work, but just does. My dad looked at me like I was insane when I mentioned it, but having tried it he had to admit it was most tasty.
  • X201 16 Oct 2006 16:02:06 15,577 posts
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    "The next round is an open sandwich question..."

    :)

  • Deleted user 16 October 2006 16:02:35
    I think we all know the benefits, merits and almost wholly non-existant downside of adding crisps to sandwiches.

    The thing I love about diagonal is that as long as your bread is not a crazy shape, you get exact halves. Suck on that you retangle-making mofos!
  • MrTomFTW Moderator 16 Oct 2006 16:02:41 38,664 posts
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    I've had (and enjoyed) cheese and peanut butter sandwiches. IMO it works best with crumbly Lancashire cheese.

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  • pjmaybe 16 Oct 2006 16:03:22 70,676 posts
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    X201 wrote:
    "The next round is an open sandwich question..."

    :)


    You mindreading bast. I was about to post an entry about No.73!!!

    Peej
  • pjmaybe 16 Oct 2006 16:04:11 70,676 posts
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    minkyqueen wrote:
    Fatfish wrote:
    @ peej - about crustless bread

    I saw that on TV the other night - my gf and I were dumb founded by it. If you don't like crusts, why not just cut them off yourself you lazy shit!!

    It's like half-caffeine Nescafe. Why? Why not just drink half the amount of cups? Or even better, just drink tea? We are becoming such a lazy society it's untrue. We buy things because the producers and marketing bods say we should.

    Edited by Fatfish at 15:50:36 16-10-2006

    Orrrr because some people like drinking lots of coffee but don't want to overload their bodies with caffine? :)

    Nup they'd much rather drink cupfull after cupfull of all the chemical crap they put in to get the caffiene out instead... :)

    Peej
  • Fatfish 16 Oct 2006 16:04:17 3,377 posts
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    boo wrote:
    Fatfish wrote:
    What about Cheese? Is there anything it won't go with?

    The girlfriend loves Marmite and cheese.

    Make her some of these - she'll love you forever...

    Cheese & Marmite Whirls

    15 mins prep.
    15 mins baking.

    1 x packet of ready rolled puff pastry (usually 400g give-or-take-a-bit)
    40g finely grated parmesan plus a bit more for dusting
    75g grated cheddar
    1 beaten egg
    marmite


    Preheat the oven to 200 deg C (not sure what gas mark this is - 6, I think)
    Spread the marmite thinly over one side of the pastry, right up to the edges. Go easy on it otherwise they'll make your eyes water!
    Mix the grated cheddar & parmesan in a bowl and sprinkle evenly over the marmite.
    Roll the pastry up from the long edge, so you get a long thin sausage.
    Brush all over with beaten egg and sprinkle with the remaining parmesan.
    Cut into even pieces about 1 - 1 cm wide - I normally get 16 pieces.
    Place flat on a baking tray and gently squash each one a little with the flat of your hand.
    Bake for 12 - 15 mins.
    Place on a rack to cool.

    They taste great warm, fine cold and will keep for about 2 days in a tupperware box.

    Thanks boo, but my personal feelings on Marmite should not be aired publicly......

    ....oh, what the hell. It's fucking mingging! It's worse than licking between a hobo's toes. It's Satan's belly button scrapings. Kissing the missus after she's eaten it is akin to running your tongue between Satan's butt cheeks, stopping momentarily to make sure you get a good 'dipping' with the tip!! It shouldn't be allowed. It's good for one thing and one thing only - tarmaccing roads. Oh, and as road block to stop passing vehicles. I wouldn't even feed it to a starving child.

    IT'S FUCKING GRIM!!!!!

    So, as you may have guessed, I'm not a big fan. She has to hide it in the cupboards because I won't let her have it in my kitchen - I do most of the cooking, therefore it's my kitchen and I get to say what stays and what goes.

    But as I love her, I'll pass the receipe on and see what she thinks. Thanks mate.
  • Fatfish 16 Oct 2006 16:05:12 3,377 posts
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    FluffyTucker wrote:
    minkyqueen wrote:
    Fish and cheese never works.

    Pasta with pesto, grated cheese and tuna for the win I think!

    Give that man a pat on the back. Good show FT! Mmmm, tasty.
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