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BS: yummy and yucky sangers

hilda fish 07 Oct 05 - 12:44 AM
Liz the Squeak 07 Oct 05 - 04:26 AM
Crystal 07 Oct 05 - 04:37 AM
Grab 07 Oct 05 - 06:29 AM
Le Scaramouche 07 Oct 05 - 06:34 AM
hilda fish 07 Oct 05 - 06:50 AM
John MacKenzie 07 Oct 05 - 07:09 AM
jacqui.c 07 Oct 05 - 07:34 AM
Charmion 07 Oct 05 - 01:33 PM
TheBigPinkLad 07 Oct 05 - 02:25 PM
frogprince 07 Oct 05 - 02:44 PM
CarolC 07 Oct 05 - 02:44 PM
John MacKenzie 07 Oct 05 - 02:45 PM
Elmer Fudd 07 Oct 05 - 03:47 PM
Le Scaramouche 07 Oct 05 - 05:46 PM
Bunnahabhain 07 Oct 05 - 07:23 PM
The Fooles Troupe 07 Oct 05 - 07:52 PM
Rapparee 07 Oct 05 - 09:53 PM
open mike 07 Oct 05 - 10:06 PM
Padre 07 Oct 05 - 10:07 PM
Helen 07 Oct 05 - 10:15 PM
Dave Hanson 08 Oct 05 - 01:50 AM
John MacKenzie 08 Oct 05 - 05:07 AM
JennyO 08 Oct 05 - 11:33 AM
Le Scaramouche 08 Oct 05 - 12:01 PM
Rapparee 08 Oct 05 - 08:53 PM
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frogprince 08 Oct 05 - 11:40 PM
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Subject: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: hilda fish
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 12:44 AM

I'm reading the threads that have less than 20 on them while I eat my ymmy peanut butter, camembert cheese and grated carrot sanger. I like this mixture better if it has lettuce or baby spinach leaf but have none and am too lazy to go the shop, and, I'm hungry. I once read that Elvis liked peanut butter and jam sanger and have tried that but I liked it better when I squished a banana with it - just seemed that little bit more healthy. Someone once gave me a sanger that had grated apple, crushed walnuts, mayonaisse and pineapple bits. That one was interesting but I think it would be an acquired taste for me. I once also was given a sanger with tofu, grated ginger, sliced bamboo shoot with a drizzle of lime over it and that was pretty good. Another sanger I really liked was one that had Nutella (a gooey hazelnut and chocolate mixture), banana and crushed cashews. That was a pretty good sanger. I like the bread very fresh and I like grain bread. That white bread spoils a sanger in my opinion but I think white bread spoils anything - some people actually eat it! But then, on thinking about it, I once had cucumber sangers where the bread was very thin and white and the cucumber was even thinner and they were pretty good. Just contemplating on my sanger - forgive me.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 04:26 AM

When I was pregnant, I ate an unholy amount of banana and beetroot sandwiches.... not banana seperate, but banana WITH beetroot.... seem to remember they were quite tasty, but the thought of preparing one now sort of puts me off food for a while.

LTS


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Crystal
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 04:37 AM

I used to LOVE crunchy peanut butter and crabapple jelly sandwiches. It had to be my grandmothers homemade crabbapple jelly though, I can still remember the taste of the sweet peanut butter and the tart jelly. WOW.
Crayfish and Watercress sandwiches are nice, with a big squeeze of lemon, but no pepper!
And Roast beef with wholegrain mustard too!

For a truely great sandwich you need homemade bread and lovely creamy welsh butter as your base!


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Grab
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 06:29 AM

Sanger? Is this some US version of "sandwich"?


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Le Scaramouche
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 06:34 AM

Humus and chili relish (arisa, zkhug, whatever you want to call it), is my favourite.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: hilda fish
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 06:50 AM

Nah, Australian - you can say 'sandwich' if you like, or sangwidge - I'm very used to 'sanger' and am a bit stumped if it's referred to in any other way. Although of course, I can work it out. I was after all, brought, not dragged, up! Another sanger I like is a tasty cheese, thinly sliced tomatoe with lots of salt and cracked pepper on thickly cut rye bread with thickly spread butter. Very plain, very nice. Yum, yum. A yucky one for me is curried egg sanger. Yuk!


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 07:09 AM

Strong cheddar cheese and marmalade, on wholemeal bread, with plenty of butter.
Giok

Sangers and other Ozzie things.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: jacqui.c
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 07:34 AM

I have unpleasant reactions to carbohydrates these days so sandwiches are off the menu but I used to love roasted Meditteranean vegetables on sundried tomato bread with just a touch of pesto and fried onions in a ciabatta with Colemans English mustard.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Charmion
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 01:33 PM

In my vocabulary, a sanger (actually, sangar) is a guard tower, and a sandwich may be a sangie.

My personal fave is the Reuben, which can drive up one's blood pressure 15 points in 10 minutes flat.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: TheBigPinkLad
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 02:25 PM

I've shared this invention on the 'cat before, but it's one of my few claims to fame: banana and pickled onion sandwich/sangwidge/sarnie/butty/banjo/doorstep etc.

And my least favourite sandwich is tongue (it comes from a cow's mouth! I much prefer eggs) biddum! churrrr


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: frogprince
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 02:44 PM

banana and pickled onion? God in heaven, BPL,are you putting us on?

I tried to find a thread on this that ran awhile back, but Clinton or someone started it with some Canadian dialectical term for sandwich, and I can't find it. A lot of the stuff on that thread actually sounded damn good.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: CarolC
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 02:44 PM

US - sandwich or sammich

UK - sandwich, sarnie or butty

Australia - sandwich or sanger

Canada - sandwich or sangie?

Any other interesting names for "sandwich" around the world?


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 02:45 PM

A piece in Scotland.
G..


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Elmer Fudd
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 03:47 PM

Wasn't Margaret Sanger an early advocate of birth control, and Robert a wealthy Brit of the horsey set who dated Jerry Hall for awhile?

There's something primal about sangers, sammiches, and sandwiches by any other name. Perhaps because we associate them with school lunches and childhood, and our earliest and most idiosyncratic food preferences. Perhaps also because bread is elemental to Western culture, the staff of life and all that. They have substance and "bite;" they are filling, messy, and sensual, you eat them with your hands, nonsticky fillings tend to fall out or smoosh around the edges, and stuff like mayonnaise and nut butters smear all over your mouth and chin.

Sandwiches are my fallback in times of stress and other moments when I am need of comfort. I usually make and eat them alone; like other solitary sensual pursuits, they are a private pleasure.

Elmer


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Le Scaramouche
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 05:46 PM

"And my least favourite sandwich is tongue (it comes from a cow's mouth! I much prefer eggs) biddum! churrrr"
Sir Henry Rawlinson when told to eat tongue sandwiches IIRC: Eat What??? But it's been in somebody's mouth!!!

Proper Hebrew for sandwitch is kareekh, but nobody says that. Always Sendvitch.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Bunnahabhain
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 07:23 PM

Reading these makes me think most of you lot must be pregnant. Which, given some of the strangest are coming from men, is worrying....

And before you ask, corned beef and pickle, toasted, isn't odd.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: The Fooles Troupe
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 07:52 PM

Why would you never starve at the beach?

You could eat the sandwiches there.



Vegemite with mashed banana.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Rapparee
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 09:53 PM

Down at the bottom it says "New England's most reliable source of Quality Nuts since 1929." At last! I know where those people come from!


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: open mike
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 10:06 PM

i thought this was a thread about singers...

but since it is not, i think th3e best is
sour dough bread with cream cheese, smoked
salmon and some sweet/hot pepper jelly. yum
not yuck


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Padre
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 10:07 PM

In 1948, the WVa State Education Department sent to the parents of all elementary school students a little booklet listing sandwich fillings to help make their school lunches more nutritious. Unfortunately, my mother decided to try one of these recipes on me: Peanut butter and mashed lima beans! The appearance alone was enough to put anyone off, but it tasted just as bad!!

Padre ( who has learned to love lima beans again, just not in a sandwich!)


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Helen
Date: 07 Oct 05 - 10:15 PM

I just finished my avocado & camembert sandwich on sourdough bread as I opened this thread. I like adding ham to it and maybe cranberry sauce, but just the basic one today.

One of my favourites is peanut butter & lettuce, or pb & jam or marmalade, or pb & honey, or pb & banana, or pb & tomato. And Giok's suggestion for marmalade & tasty cheese is another favourite. Also it has to be fresh white bread with butter for nasturtium leaf sandwiches.

I like good, thinly sliced smoked ham with a nice cheese, maybe swiss.

Hilda, if you left off the pineapple and had cream cheese, walnuts & grated apple it probably would have been better. My Mum used to make sandwiches with just butter and red apple slices. They were nice too.

Helen


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Dave Hanson
Date: 08 Oct 05 - 01:50 AM

Marmite, just ask Muppett.

eric


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 08 Oct 05 - 05:07 AM

If coming from a cow's mouth make tongue yucky, why does coming from a bird's arse make eggs acceptable BPL?
Giok


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: JennyO
Date: 08 Oct 05 - 11:33 AM

Frogprince, I think this is the thread started by Clinton that you were looking for - Wazzur Favourite Sammich? .

I know this sounds rather boring, but I still think my favourite sandwich is tomatoes and lettuce straight from my garden, on very fresh bread. I must admit some of the ones mentioned might be worth a try though.

Jenny


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Le Scaramouche
Date: 08 Oct 05 - 12:01 PM

Nothing at all weird about humus and chili relish, it's one of the top sandwich fillings here.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Rapparee
Date: 08 Oct 05 - 08:53 PM

I just finished a sandwich of sauteed bison (buffalo) on sourdough bread. I very quickly fried the bison in butter (real butter, not margarine) and Worcestshire sauce with a little salt and pepper. It was pretty good. Next time, though, I put some roasted red pepper on top.

My neices and nephews have eaten potato chips (crisps)on white bread sandwiches -- that's it, nothing else. They've also sandwiched various things (jelly, catsup, mayonnaise) between potato chips. But for all around yucky, I think that the peanut butter & jelly & sardine & habanero sandwich their father once ate must rank pretty high. (The sardines were in a mustard sauce.)


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Sandra in Sydney
Date: 08 Oct 05 - 11:18 PM

Rapaire, if your brother taught his children to make those sandwiches, surely he is neglecting them?

Naturally, when I sandwich a bit of dip between 2 chippies, I am having a gourmet experience.

I wonder what I'll have for lunch, especially as I don't have any exciting ingredients in the fridge. Probably the usual turkey meat & salad, or silverside & salad, or PB & salad, or canned tuna & salad. Silly me for not buying a couple of slices of ham on the bone when I admired it in the butcher's shop yesterday. Sounds like a good reason to pop into the CBD & visit David Jones Food Hall when the washing finishes. I wonder if they have buffalo in their gourmet meats section.

Silence from the washing machine, so it must be lunchtime.

bye bye

sandra


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: frogprince
Date: 08 Oct 05 - 11:40 PM

"peanut butter & jelly & sardine & habanero"...

Please tell us that this had something to do with a dare, or with eating is as a joke to gross people out, or that he was very drunk when he did it; tell us something to help us understand how any creature other than a hog or a goat would eat that .


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: CarolC
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 12:25 AM

tell us something to help us understand how any creature other than a hog or a goat would eat that

It's just basic nutrition, frogprince...

peanut butter - carbohydrate group

jelly - fruit and veg group

sardine - protein group

habanero - cauterizes your taste buds and olfactory sense organs so you can't taste or smell the other ingredients


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: frogprince
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 12:29 AM

oh.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 03:46 AM

Lincolnshire sausage, fried egg, grilled mushrooms, brown sauce, thick-sliced white bread.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: CapriUni
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 04:26 AM

This used to be my favorite sandwhich, when I was a kidling, though I haven't had a proper one in years, to spare my arteries:

Peanut butter and crispy bacon on toast, with slices of tart apple on the side.

The slightly sweet, creamy, peanut butter is a wonderful compliment to the salty, smoky, crispy bacon. And a bite of clean MacIntosh now and then cleanses the pallete.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 05:19 AM

That reminds me I must send my raincoat to the dry cleaners!
G ☻


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Le Scaramouche
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 07:03 AM

"It's just basic nutrition, frogprince...

peanut butter - carbohydrate group

jelly - fruit and veg group

sardine - protein group

habanero - cauterizes your taste buds and olfactory sense organs so you can't taste or smell the other ingredients"

Yeah, but doesn't mean they go together.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Rapparee
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 11:26 AM

My brother doesn't have to be dared to do something. Actually, in this case he was canoe camping with four other guys and the rest of their food had joined Edmund Fitzgerald in the depths of Lake Superior. He never explained exactly why he made it into a sandwich, though, instead of eating them seperately. In his youth, however, he did lots of wild and foolish things -- like fathering seven kids, lifting a 300 pound chunk of granite onto a truck for a bet, drinking Purple Jesuses, and sky diving (including two HALO jumps). I will note, in passing, that he has also had nine (9) heart bypasses.

His kids have told me that "while Dad can do some odd things, he's certainly not boring."

The kids figured out the "la bas cuisine" all on their own.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 12:22 PM

Purple Jesus Yep new one on me too, but it sounds as if I might just give it a try!
Giok


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: CarolC
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 01:19 PM

Yeah, but doesn't mean they go together.

Precisely. That's what you need the habaneros for.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: CapriUni
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 01:33 PM

Well, what do you know! My favorte beverage from childhood on, has been a "Virgin Purple Jesus"

Orange juice and gingerale is a Fantastic combination -- sweet, and fizzy, and spicy.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: lady penelope
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 02:03 PM

Favourite - the "duracell" - Marmite and crunchy peanut butter on white bread (can be toasted)

Least favourite - anything that starts with bannana and doesn't stop there.........


TTFN Lady P.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: The Fooles Troupe
Date: 09 Oct 05 - 09:05 PM

Steve, the owner of the Kookaburra Café does a great pizza

bacon, banana, and chili.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 10 Oct 05 - 12:36 PM

Nothing on here to even half-compare to LSFEGMBSTSWB.
Try one and go to heaven.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Rapparee
Date: 10 Oct 05 - 04:25 PM

Purple Jesus, my donkey!

Grain alcohol and grape juice, and not too much grape juice. For a crowd (i.e., two or more) pour the ingredients in a bathtub (hopefully one that's fairly clean, with little soap scum, but PJ drinkers aren't usually that choosy) in proportion the number drinking and everyone dips out their own.

Or mix it in a roasting pan and pass it around.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Bunnahabhain
Date: 10 Oct 05 - 04:58 PM

LSFEGMBSTSWB?

Lobster, Salami, Fennel, Egg, Goat, Marmite, Brie, Salad, Turkey, Sweetcorn, Walrus and Bream?


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: hilda fish
Date: 10 Oct 05 - 05:35 PM

What are habaneros?


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 10 Oct 05 - 05:48 PM

Fucking hot Hilda, pardon my French!
Giok ☺
[They're chili peppers]


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: CarolC
Date: 10 Oct 05 - 06:18 PM

http://www.thescarms.com/hotstuff/pepperfacts.htm


HABANERO PEPPERS

"Habaneros are green in color and ripen one of numerous colors including red, orange, salmon, white, chocolate... depending on the variety. Their average size is 1 to 2 1/2 inches long, 1 to 2 inches in diameter and they are lantern-shaped, round or oblong. Technically, their species name is Capsicum Chinense Jacquin. Habaneros are the hottest chile peppers and rate around 200,000 - 300,000 Scoville Units.

SCOVILLE UNITS

"Scoville units are the units used to rate the heat of peppers. The Scoville unit was named after Wilbur L. Scoville who first tried to measure the heat of peppers in 1912. Wilbur was a pharmacologist for the Parke-Davis Company.

His original test consisted of a panel of tasters who would systematically taste a solution of chile extract and slightly sweetened water for detectable heat. They tried to determine how much the chile extract needed to be diluted before it no longer had a detectable heat sensation.

A typical Jalapeno pepper is about 4,500 Scoville units. This means that 4,500 parts of sugar water are required to dilute one part Jalapeno extract until its heat can no longer be felt. Dilute it any further and you would not be able to taste any hotness.

As you can imagine, this testing method was highly subjective and is no longer used. However, chile heat is still given in Scoville units. Today, high-pressure liquid chromatography machines measure a pepper's heat. Although this method takes out the guess work, it only rates the heat of the sample pepper being tested, and not the absolute fire power of every chile in that variety. Climate, soil, weather, geography and harvest time all affect how hot a pepper can be."


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: hilda fish
Date: 10 Oct 05 - 09:30 PM

Thankyou for that! And no, I will not try one.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Rapparee
Date: 10 Oct 05 - 09:49 PM

He also either didn't learn or forgot whatever lesson he did learn, 'cause about 20 years later he asked me to get him some DRIED habaneros. I did, finally got them to him, and he ate one.

One.

His head, I'm told, turned bright red and he was speechless for 20 minutes. And I'm not kidding, either.

He called me later and told me that he'd sworn out a warrant against me for attempted murder. I told him that since he'd ask me for them it was more like attempted suicide or, more likely, terminal folly.


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 11 Oct 05 - 04:08 AM

Lovely mind picture that conjures up Rap, thank you. ☺
G..


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Subject: RE: BS: yummy and yucky sangers
From: Dave the Gnome
Date: 11 Oct 05 - 04:39 AM

I usualy agree about the white bread and I am a big fan of the German and Polish rye breads but there is one exception - Corned beef and brown sauce. Not just left there though. They have to be corned beef and brown sauce on thin white bread (preferably Warburtons) that have been made the night before and left in a plastic sandwich box overnight and then eaten at around noon the next day in peat bog in Derbyshire:-) Dunno whether it is the fridge overnight, the tupperware box or the peat bog that does it but something metamophosises the whole thing into one mass of something that is no longer it's component parts but something entirely different and very wonderful!

Guess you have had to have been there...

Cheers

Dave the Gnome


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