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    Strange sandwiches....

    Howdy all!

    Man it was GORGEOUS day out there today in SE Michigan! Well I've been pretty busy lately and whenever I had the time to get the lawn cut it was lousy weather so it had been over a month since it had been done. I spent several hours getting it back into shape. I really didn't eat much all day because I was outside enjoying the weather and a little while ago I went searching for some grub. I really didn't feel like going out or really cooking so I decided that a sandwich would do the job. Here's what I found in the fridge and it was a surprisingly good experiment.

    Two slices of some nice Sourdough bread. Then spread some soft cream cheese on one slice. Then on top of the cream cheese I placed a nice thick layer of some red cabbage w/apple. (This I bought in a jar at the store and it's darn good) Then a few slices of some nice roast beef and finally a nice slathering of yellow mustard on the other slice. I put it all together and ate it right up. I know it sounds kind of strange but it tasted really good and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    What kind of strange sandwich combinations have you come up with that worked out well? I'm just curious because I like to experiment and once in a while I come up with a winner.

    Take care

    John
    "The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten"

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    For as long as I can remember, my favorite sandwich has been peanut butter, jelly, sharp cheddar cheese and sweet pickle slices on most any bread.... Tall, cold glass of milk!

    Love 'em!

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    Never tried it with jelly and cheese, but good old peanut butter and hamburger dill slices is awesome.

    John
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    When I'm in the mood for it I like lunch meat & Peanut butter & Kraft Salad dressing (Mayo) dipped in tomato soup.

    Although LOML says I can eat stuff that would get a goat sick

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    Used to eat an occasional Cream Cheese and Honey sandwich back in my college days. Dont have a clue where she got this from but my Mom has always been partial to Peanut Butter and Radish slices sandwiches. Yuck.
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    The only way to eat peanut butter is topped with Marmite! One of my other favourites is cheddar cheese and strawberry jam - tastes like strawberries and cream.

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    my father used to eat peanut butter, velveta cheese and onion on rye
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Barley View Post
    The only way to eat peanut butter is topped with Marmite! One of my other favourites is cheddar cheese and strawberry jam - tastes like strawberries and cream.
    Ian, for us Yanks, what is Marmite???? Sounds like a countertop material to me.

    My dad's favorite was peanut butter, sliced onion, and kippers or sardines with mustard---yuuck!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy Laird View Post
    Ian, for us Yanks, what is Marmite???? Sounds like a countertop material to me.
    Nancy (60 days)
    It's one of the things that we won't let you have because of residual bad feelings after a small disagreement that took place at the end of the 18th century, one of the last vestiges of an economic embargo.

    If you think of yeast working away in the brewing process, turning sugar into alcohol, well when the yeast has turned enough sugar into alcohol it dies because of the concentration of yeast "waste" products in the mixture. If you extract the yeast "waste" and concentrate it into a sticky brown semi liquid, about the consistency of bathtub silicone and put ut in a jar you can market it as yeast extract and the big brand name in yeast extract is Marmite. There - now I bet your jealous that we get it and you don't!!
    Last edited by Ian Barley; 10-22-2007 at 01:51 PM.

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    Actually that's an American invention. We just shipped it to y'all with a heavy marketing campaign. We weren't dumb enough to keep it over here. Sort of punishment for giving us such a hard time at the end of the 18th century.
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