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Cheese and strawberry. Awesome. Jok.

got a mate that eats cheese with strawberry jam

got me to try it must say goes really well together

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Cold potato with lashings of butter , cold gravy, meat pie between two pieces of bread (cold). Cheese and onion crisps, (crunched up small) ham and mustard, corned beef with branston fruity sauce, but my favourite has to be either apple and sugar or banana. All on wholemeal bread.

 

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Favourite = cheese and pickle

Weirdest = peanut butter and salad cream. A lad I work with has them regular and I have to say it works together but not summat I'll start eating.

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Cheese and strawberry. Awesome. Jok.

got a mate that eats cheese with strawberry jam

got me to try it must say goes really well together

Cheese and strawberry jam sandwich is legit

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boiled egg n tomato,,, cheese n onion ,, bacon n fresh cooked beetroot my all time faves been giving the bread a miss these days well almost lol so have to look back at the days when crusty bread was on me plate :thumbs:

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boiled egg n tomato,,, cheese n onion ,, bacon n fresh cooked beetroot my all time faves been giving the bread a miss these days well almost lol so have to look back at the days when crusty bread was on me plate :thumbs:

stopped eating bread no need for the beach bod now it's time to fatten up for the winter hibernation
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Thin crispy bacon on thick buttered white bread with a dollop of tommy k..., or tuna mayo and cucumber on a seeded roll.

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Cold sarnie - Ham and cheese. Hot sarnie - Bacon, egg and sausage.

 

The wife always eats horrible sandwiches like yesterdays shepherds pie between 2 bits of bread but hit a new low recently with tuna and peanut butter. :bad:

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Fried rabbit liver, cherry tomatoes and English mustard on lightly toasted, buttery bread.

 

But, from my childhood, you just can't beat beef dripping and a little salt on bread - I've never had it as good since nan died.

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boiled egg n tomato,,, cheese n onion ,, bacon n fresh cooked beetroot my all time faves been giving the bread a miss these days well almost lol so have to look back at the days when crusty bread was on me plate :thumbs:

stopped eating bread no need for the beach bod now it's time to fatten up for the winter hibernation

 

i save the sarnie up for a now n again thing , , i get bad indigestion if i munch too much on bread n pastries ,

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Fried rabbit liver, cherry tomatoes and English mustard on lightly toasted, buttery bread.

 

But, from my childhood, you just can't beat beef dripping and a little salt on bread - I've never had it as good since nan died.

love it :thumbs: how about this monkfish liver in garlic butter it was omg on the liver front 👍

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