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  • TwistidChimp 16 Oct 2006 16:06:40 8,825 posts
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    jamesphilp wrote:
    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!

    Dont you just hate it when you have an asymetrical sandwhich, and cutting it down the middle so both sides match would make the 2 halves too thin and unapealing in proportion, so you've no choice but to cut it into asymetrical halves.

    just me then...
  • Fatfish 16 Oct 2006 16:08:28 3,377 posts
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    DDevil wrote:
    I've had (and enjoyed) cheese and peanut butter sandwiches. IMO it works best with crumbly Lancashire cheese.

    My personal favourite too. I told my old housemates about it and they all thought I was gross until I let them try one.

    Works best if you've got a Breville machine. Smooth or crunchy - whatever you prefer. Personally, I quite like crunchy.

    As for cheese, Wensleydale or Caerphilly is good. Creamy, yet a slightly sharp after taste to cut through the thick peanuty taste.

    Always on thick cut granary or multi grain batch bread.
  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 16:13:34 1,880 posts
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    Tuna and cheese melt? I take it you mean the tinned sort. My cat eats better than that.

    Tuna steak is a different matter, and then it should be chargrilled and served with french beans.

    Fish and cheese ftul.
  • Knightmare 16 Oct 2006 16:14:53 84 posts
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    'ere..... I can see right up your nose...
  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 16:16:55 1,880 posts
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    Knightmare wrote:
    'ere..... I can see right up your nose...

    Get taller then.
  • pjmaybe 16 Oct 2006 16:18:54 70,676 posts
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    Chargrilled tuna and french beans without lightly poached lark eggs on the side? I hope you're joking.

    Peej
  • boo 16 Oct 2006 16:19:11 11,705 posts
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    @Fatfish

    We're the other way round - Mrs Boo can't stand the stuff.

    Revenge was sweet some months ago when she saw my pile of 'lovely brown toast' and nicked a slice behind my back...

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  • Knightmare 16 Oct 2006 16:19:12 84 posts
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    minkyqueen wrote:
    Knightmare wrote:
    'ere..... I can see right up your nose...

    Get taller then.
    i'm 6 foot 1.

    You need a tissue.
  • jellyhead 16 Oct 2006 16:20:02 24,350 posts
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    You can't beat the simplcity of the classic FishFinger Sandwich. Oh, yes.
    All you marmite munchers...
    Just be glad i'm a tolerant kind of guy.
    / forms fist so tight, his fingernails dig into his palm

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  • pjmaybe 16 Oct 2006 16:20:57 70,676 posts
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    Fishfinger sarnie with Worcester or Tartare sauce on?

    OK I'm in.

    Peej
  • jellyhead 16 Oct 2006 16:21:59 24,350 posts
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    Pot Noodle sandwiches can be quite lovely too at times.
    Only now and then though, otherwise the idea is minging.

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  • pjmaybe 16 Oct 2006 16:22:35 70,676 posts
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    Usually when drunk.

    Don't make me post my drunken ultimate pot noodle recipe of win.

    Peej
  • boo 16 Oct 2006 16:22:58 11,705 posts
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    Post it! Post it!

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  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 16:23:08 1,880 posts
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    pjmaybe wrote:
    Chargrilled tuna and french beans without lightly poached lark eggs on the side? I hope you're joking.

    Peej

    Don't forget the new potatoes! Black olives! Ahhh, at least somebody gets it.
  • Deleted user 16 October 2006 16:23:53
    minkyqueen wrote:
    Fish and cheese ftul.

    Wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong. Tuna Melts FTUW!

    And see earlier post for great peanut butter & red pepper sandwich. It's the combination of smooth, sticky peanut butter and fresh, juicy crunchy pepper. Lovely.
  • Retroid Moderator 16 Oct 2006 16:24:11 44,503 posts
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    minkyqueen wrote:
    Tuna and cheese melt? I take it you mean the tinned sort. My cat eats better than that.
    I'm sure he dives into the ocean and wrestles it to the shore daily.
  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 16:24:17 1,880 posts
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    Knightmare wrote:
    minkyqueen wrote:
    Knightmare wrote:
    'ere..... I can see right up your nose...

    Get taller then.
    i'm 6 foot 1.

    You need a tissue.

    Wow, good one.
  • Whizzo 16 Oct 2006 16:24:34 43,035 posts
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    Mmm Pot Noodle...

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  • jellyhead 16 Oct 2006 16:24:52 24,350 posts
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    Peej, post it.
    go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on!

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  • Knightmare 16 Oct 2006 16:25:21 84 posts
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    minkyqueen wrote:
    Wow, good one.
    not quite as good as my own bogies mind.

    but then im not feeding them to my cat.
  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 16:25:59 1,880 posts
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    Retroid wrote:
    minkyqueen wrote:
    Tuna and cheese melt? I take it you mean the tinned sort. My cat eats better than that.
    I'm sure he dives into the ocean and wrestles it to the shore daily.

    He prefers prawns actually.

    (jeez I had no idea that comment was going to get so many people's backs up, is this the tinned fish appreciation society?)
  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 16:26:32 1,880 posts
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    Knightmare wrote:
    minkyqueen wrote:
    Wow, good one.
    not quite as good as my own bogies mind.

    but then im not feeding them to my cat.

    This one doesn't even make any sense.

    3/10
    Try harder
  • Deleted user 16 October 2006 16:27:04
    minkyqueen wrote:
    Knightmare wrote:
    minkyqueen wrote:
    Knightmare wrote:
    'ere..... I can see right up your nose...

    Get taller then.
    i'm 6 foot 1.

    You need a tissue.

    Wow, good one.
    Jeez, get your frikkin handbag out whydontcha.
  • Retroid Moderator 16 Oct 2006 16:27:18 44,503 posts
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    My cat hates fish. Makes shopping for treats quite difficult.

    Picky little bugger! :/
  • pjmaybe 16 Oct 2006 16:27:29 70,676 posts
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    boo wrote:
    Post it! Post it!


    I have posted it many times but the repeat on BBC2 reveals..

    "Peejs drunken pot noodle recipe"

    Take:

    One large cottage-style farmhouse loaf (or "bloomer" if you're posh)
    two pot noodles (extra l33tness if one is a Bombay Bad Boy and the other is a Chicken and Mushroom)
    2 bags crisps, any flavour
    Ketchup

    Method:

    Drunkenly hack one end off the loaf, and roughly scoop out the breadcrumbs from the middle and stuff lazily into mouth. Keep the hacked off end, you may need it later.

    Prepare pot noodles as per instructions, perhaps cutting back on the amount of water added...

    Leave for 2 minutes (why 2 minutes? How does this magically make a pot noodle any more edible?)

    Shove crisps roughly into hollowed out loaf, and squeeze in a good dollop of ketchup.

    Fill remaining void with contents of both pot noodles

    Replace bready lid

    Eat, preferably standing in the middle of flatmate's opened but unread copy of FHM in case you drop any bits.


    Peej
  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 16:29:10 1,880 posts
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    jamesphilp wrote:
    minkyqueen wrote:
    Knightmare wrote:
    minkyqueen wrote:
    Knightmare wrote:
    'ere..... I can see right up your nose...

    Get taller then.
    i'm 6 foot 1.

    You need a tissue.

    Wow, good one.
    Jeez, get your frikkin handbag out whydontcha.

    Also, good going there, hotshot.
  • Knightmare 16 Oct 2006 16:29:21 84 posts
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    minkyqueen wrote:
    3/10
    Try harder
    well you say your cat feeds on better stuff than tinned tuna and youre so far up your own arse that your bogies must taste like golden nectar.
  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 16:30:24 1,880 posts
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    Retroid wrote:
    My cat hates fish. Makes shopping for treats quite difficult.

    Picky little bugger! :/

    My cat went mental when I dropped some raw chicken on the floor the other day. He wolfed down a small fillet in one go and kept pestering me for more. Freak!
  • minkyqueen 16 Oct 2006 16:31:24 1,880 posts
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    Knightmare wrote:
    minkyqueen wrote:
    3/10
    Try harder
    well you say your cat feeds on better stuff than tinned tuna and youre so far up your own arse that your bogies must taste like golden nectar.

    You should lighten up. You're throwing insults around in a discussion about tuna. You read that right? Yeah you got it, tuna.

  • Huntcjna 16 Oct 2006 16:31:35 13,871 posts
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    I like tinned tuna. :(

    I have it 2-3 times a week with a nice salad its great as a post gym meal.

    2 tins of tuna + Shedloads of fresh salad + Hellmans = teh awesome
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