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    Thick cut seeded batch with tuna and mayonaisse...YUM
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    For me, it's pretty much: cheese and onion, cheese and pickle (add lettuce, tomato and onion for a cheese ploughmans), cheese and mustard, tomato and basil (with, uh, mozzarella cheese, if there's any going). Basically, if a sandwich has cheese in it, it'll probably be okay for me.

    There's also one delicious cheese based sandwich filling which is the king of them all, as far as I'm concerned: cheese and watercress (preferably the hot English kind). If you haven't already, give it a try. Tastes amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmAndSheldon View Post

    There's also one delicious cheese based sandwich filling which is the king of them all, as far as I'm concerned: cheese and watercress (preferably the hot English kind). If you haven't already, give it a try. Tastes amazing.
    That reminded me of a top toasted Pitta Bread filling, Hummus and Water Cress, so good!

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    Used to love bread and dripping
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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    Used to love bread and dripping
    Around Bury we call it either ‘dipped bread’ or ‘fried bread’ .... unless I’m on the wrong lines ..


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    Quote Originally Posted by ericthecavalier View Post
    A childhood thing I still eat every now and then. Tomato Ketchup and nothing else
    I’ll occasionally sneak a teaspoonful log syrup or honey or treacle

    Also a nice treat if you have a sore throat or simply need a sugar rush is .... get a level teaspoonful of butter and dip it into the sugar bowl !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericthecavalier View Post
    A childhood thing I still eat every now and then. Tomato Ketchup and nothing else
    Try corned beef & tomato ketchup - delish!
    Time flies like the wind, fruit flies like bananas - go figure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zabadak View Post
    Try corned beef & tomato ketchup - delish!
    Whooooo there !!

    Surely it’s corned beef and HP sauce !!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Around Bury we call it either ‘dipped bread’ or ‘fried bread’ .... unless I’m on the wrong lines ..


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    Fried bread is lovely BUT not the same thing as bread and dripping which is i believe the solidified fat drippings from meat....happy to be corrected
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    dripping......
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