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    Ws in another thread and Sugar Puff sandwiches got a mention and it got me thinking about odd things that have gone into sarnies.....

    I've had digestive biscuit sandwiches ( and gone all posh with choccie digestive ones)

    Meat 'n 'Potato pie sandwiches

    Cold Heinz beanz (with loads of salad cream on ) sandwiches

    Anyone else eaten odd ones like these ?

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    As a kid I loved crisp sandwiches. And cheddar cheese with strawberry jam.

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      My girlfriends step dad has crispy bacon,red onion and peanut butter as his favourite sandwich.
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      "poor is the man who's pleasures depend on the permission of another"

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        I have experimented with all sorts of food combos.One of my worst must be chocolate cake with salard cream.
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          My brother used to eat sugar sandwiches as a kid. Yuk!
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            I had a chip shop meat pie in a barm cake after someone started talking about them at work. Nice if a little hard to digest, didn't need much else to eat that day.

            When there wasn't much snackage around the house I used to have a small glass of oats with a pinch of sugar. A kind of granular chunch bar.
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              As a kid.. Sugar sandwiches, condensed Milk sandwiches.
              Few years ago I tried to make a version of the Elvis Fools Gold Loaf

              Fool's Gold Loaf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

              Peanut butter & Bacon & Jam does go well together

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                Condensed milk sandwiches!

                I'd forgot about them - remember the Tiswas team running about in Paris trying to get the French to taste them without much luck?

                What they had wrong was they were using plain old evaporated milk (Carnation) instead of the thick stuff like Fussel's that you had to spoon out of the tin

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                  My mum in law loved thinly sliced oranges on bread and butter.
                  My dad, sausages and treacle and fried banana ( two different sarnies there!! ) and my friends dad lettuce and sugar.
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                  • #10
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                    Me and my mate enjoyed the odd Birdseye potato waffle sandwich/bap. This was quite a simple one really, cut a bap in two and pop a waffle in followed by a squirt of tomatoe ketchup and an optional cheese slice. Honestly, give this one a whirl, unbelievably tasty.

                    If you want to be more adventurous then there is the tower version, three waffles with a cheese slice inbetween each.

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                    • #11
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                      Not sure if its my tastebuds or they changed the recipe, but I find potato waffles don't taste the same anymore

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                      • #12
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                        Nan used to make us banana sandwiches and....Golden Syrup ones...
                        Dont think I could eat them now tho....

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                          I have eaten bannana sandwiches.Nice on fresh bread and butter.
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                            Apple and Peanut Butter are the dogs...only my opinion like

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                            • #15
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                              Beetroot and mustard as a kid. Bit of a guilty pleasure. Still eat them now when nobodies looking.
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