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should of said something bout an hour ago pom, I had made myself a bacon sandwich.
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okie dokie :D
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OK, this may be the Italian in me..but nothing beats a good old roasted pepper sandwich, on white bread with Miracle Whip.
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Marie5656;536416 wrote: OK, this may be the Italian in me..but nothing beats a good old roasted pepper sandwich, on white bread with Miracle Whip.


ooo count me in :)
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The perfect sandwich for me changes periodically. My favorite sandwich today is the one I just ate for lunch. Multigrained bread slathered with mayo with a slab of the world famous meatloaf that I made last evening, washed down with a bottle of Steinlager beer.
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My favorite sandwich is very basic...Miracle Whip, cheese, lettuce. And of course bread!
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rkdian;536826 wrote: My favorite sandwich is very basic...Miracle Whip, cheese, lettuce. And of course bread!


Whats miracle whip?
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SuzyB;536839 wrote: Whats miracle whip?


I think it's some ersatz stuff that squirts out of a tin, but ICBW.



Edit: Ah, yes, it's imitation mayonnaise sauce:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_Whip
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Mine's a panini toasted then spread with tuna/mayo and topped with grated cheese/blk pepper and toasted till cheese melts...divine

OR

my all time fave toasted onion bagels with cream cheese...simple but GORGE!
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SuzyB;536839 wrote: Whats miracle whip?


Suzy,

It's similar to mayo. but a dressing.

hope the link works:

http://www.kraftfoods.com/miraclewhip/
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WonderWendy3;536848 wrote: Suzy,

It's similar to mayo. but a dressing.

hope the link works:

http://www.kraftfoods.com/miraclewhip/


That worked just fine, I thought it was something to do with ice cream...you can get Mr Whippy ice cream from the ice cream man over here :D
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SuzyB;536860 wrote: That worked just fine, I thought it was something to do with ice cream...you can get Mr Whippy ice cream from the ice cream man over here :D


eww but mr whippy is NOT real ice cream
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Red;536865 wrote: eww but mr whippy is NOT real ice cream


Tastes good to me :D
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SuzyB;536867 wrote: Tastes good to me :D


now if they sold haagen dazs or ben & jerry's in a cone id be first in the queue!

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Red;536876 wrote: now if they sold haagen dazs or ben & jerry's in a cone id be first in the queue!




To be quite honest i'm not a great lover of ice cream thanks to having sensitive teeth :-5
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SuzyB;536880 wrote: To be quite honest i'm not a great lover of ice cream thanks to having sensitive teeth :-5


oh dear ...im the ice-cream queen :p
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I love how we've gone from Sandwich to Ice Cream....now WE are talking....Wendy loves her some Ice CREAM!!!

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WonderWendy3;536922 wrote: I love how we've gone from Sandwich to Ice Cream....now WE are talking....Wendy loves her some Ice CREAM!!!


wendy i can slip ice-cream into ANY convo! :p
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Subway...toasted BMT on Monteray Cheese Bread.

Extra lettuce, tomato and black olives

Their new garlic peppercorn sauce

Splash of oil
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devist8me;536977 wrote: Subway...toasted BMT on Monteray Cheese Bread.

Extra lettuce, tomato and black olives

Their new garlic peppercorn sauce

Splash of oil


BMT? :confused:
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There are so many perfect sandwiches but the lowdown is nothing beats a plain old turkey on white the day after Thanksgiving.
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Do you guys get English mustard over there? :confused:
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Nope we got French's Mustard. :o
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Nomad;537203 wrote: There are so many perfect sandwiches but the lowdown is nothing beats a plain old turkey on white the day after Thanksgiving.


why does it have to be old?? and plain?? poor turkey....:-1
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Nomad;537203 wrote: There are so many perfect sandwiches but the lowdown is nothing beats a plain old turkey on white the day after Thanksgiving.


I was thinking this too, but I like mine on a potato roll with mayo...and happy girl...and who waits 'til next day?? Joke in our family about how long my brother waits, I think soonest was an hour...but usually we wait for it all to settle, and then in about 4 hours...ready for a "sam-ich" yummm:yh_drool
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SuzyB;537211 wrote: Do you guys get English mustard over there? :confused:


Suzy, can you explain English mustard??
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WonderWendy3;537263 wrote: Suzy, can you explain English mustard??


Hard to explain, like your American mustard but hotter........ i've sent some to you :D
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it tastes like Grey Poupon. It took my hubby a while to get used to our plain ol' yellow mustard but he likes it now.

I love chinese mustard too, SO spicy! yum!
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SuzyB;537265 wrote:

Originally Posted by WonderWendy3

Suzy, can you explain English mustard??

Hard to explain, like your American mustard but hotter........ i've sent some to you D


Try to get some Colman's mustard powder (although you could try pre-

prepared). You just add water to make the powder into a paste, and

leave the stuff for about 15 minutes to develop the flavour. You can

then get the authentic taste of proper mustard. You don't need a lot,

unless you want to blow your socks off!

Edit: Ah! Here's a URL for you:

http://www.ukgoods.com/colmans-english- ... -p-85.html
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I don't exactly eat with a golden spoon, but I tried Hickory farms sweet-hot mustard the other day, and I thought it was really good.
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I love the spicy mustards and such. I think I have 4 different kinds in my fridge now. :wah: it's really good on crackers with summer sausage and hunk of chedder.
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Sheryl;537308 wrote: I love the spicy mustards and such. I think I have 4 different kinds in my fridge now. :wah: it's really good on crackers with summer sausage and hunk of chedder.


Summer sausage?? Sounds interesting. What is it. I solemnly hope that any

answers to this question will not be coarse. Please!
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Sheryl;537308 wrote: I love the spicy mustards and such. I think I have 4 different kinds in my fridge now. :wah: it's really good on crackers with summer sausage and hunk of chedder.


That sounds so funny :wah: We say chunk, a hunk is a tasty guy :D
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SuzyB;537265 wrote: Hard to explain, like your American mustard but hotter........ i've sent some to you :D


You are so sweet!! :-4



Thanks!!:-6
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Bill Sikes;537298 wrote: Try to get some Colman's mustard powder (although you could try pre-

prepared). You just add water to make the powder into a paste, and

leave the stuff for about 15 minutes to develop the flavour. You can

then get the authentic taste of proper mustard. You don't need a lot,

unless you want to blow your socks off!

Edit: Ah! Here's a URL for you:

http://www.ukgoods.com/colmans-english- ... -p-85.html


Thanks Bill, appreciate your trouble...very kind of you...

the only mustard I like is usually honey mustard, but always willing to try new things...:D
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SuzyB;537314 wrote: That sounds so funny wah: We say chunk, a hunk is a tasty guy D


Hm. I say "piece" of cheddar. However, a "piece" is, I think, slang for a dishy bit

of fluff.

Seriously, though, don't you, wherever you are, refer to a "hunk" of bread,

or cheese, or whatnot?
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SuzyB;537314 wrote: That sounds so funny :wah: We say chunk, a hunk is a tasty guy :D


Maybe Cheddar is the guy's name in her fridge...:wah:
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Bill Sikes;537322 wrote: Hm. I say "piece" of cheddar. However, a "piece" is, I think, slang for a dishy bit

of fluff.

Seriously, though, don't you, wherever you are, refer to a "hunk" of bread,

or cheese, or whatnot?


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WonderWendy3;537321 wrote: Thanks Bill, appreciate your trouble...very kind of you...

the only mustard I like is usually honey mustard, but always willing to try new things...:D


'Sok, if "honey mustard" is sweet and mild, you might not like plain English

mustard - in which case, forget the recommendation - but if you ever see

the stuff - heed the warning!
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WonderWendy3;537323 wrote: Maybe Cheddar is the guy's name in her fridge...:wah:


Thats how i read it :wah:
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Bill Sikes;537313 wrote: Summer sausage?? Sounds interesting. What is it. I solemnly hope that any

answers to this question will not be coarse. Please!


Bill, it comes in many varieties, I usually like Beef only. I looked up two links for you, the second one is a company here in the US that is known as a big supplier of it, usually very popular around Christmas for gifts...

Very yummmy with crackers and cheese and mustard of choice...

and yes I say hunk of bread, usually chunk of cheese (in block form)



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summer_sausage

http://www.hickoryfarms.com/shop/search_results.asp
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Bill Sikes;537326 wrote: 'Sok, if "honey mustard" is sweet and mild, you might not like plain English

mustard - in which case, forget the recommendation - but if you ever see

the stuff - heed the warning!


tis okay...I appreciate the warning...no problem...I really am enjoying learning about the different terms and foods across the "pond"...awesome!!:D
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WonderWendy3;537333 wrote: [ Summer sausage] Bill, it comes in many varieties, I usually like Beef only. I looked up two links for you, the second one is a company here in the US that is known as a big supplier of it, usually very popular around Christmas for gifts...

Very yummmy with crackers and cheese and mustard of choice...


Mm. I looked it up - perhaps like a less spicy salami of some sort. Sounds nice.

The Wikipaedia entry says it might contain mustard seeds!
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WonderWendy3;537336 wrote: tis okay...I appreciate the warning...no problem...I really am enjoying learning about the different terms and foods across the "pond"...awesome!!:D


I'm sure there is exceptional food on both sides of the pond - vastly different

from the stereotypical fast food v. tasteless crap that seems to be endlessly

brought up (oops! indelicate turn of phrase, there!).
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Bill Sikes;537356 wrote: Mm. I looked it up - perhaps like a less spicy salami of some sort. Sounds nice.

The Wikipaedia entry says it might contain mustard seeds!


It is quiet yummmy...My family is from Pennsylvania and up there they call it "ring bolagna", its sold in a "ring shape". It's one of our favorite snacks...but very fattening!!:-5
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Sorry was mopping the kitchen, you know me and chedder made quiet the mess. :p

Thanks Wendy for giving Bill the link for summer sausage. :)
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Sheryl;537371 wrote: Sorry was mopping the kitchen, you know me and chedder made quiet the mess. :p

Thanks Wendy for giving Bill the link for summer sausage. :)


Were you and Cheddar making curds?? (oh that sounds so bad!! - Sorry:D )
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WonderWendy3;537381 wrote: Were you and Cheddar making curds?? (oh that sounds so bad!! - Sorry:D )


Oh, just stop it! Stop it now! It does sound bad, and you're *not* sorry! Oh, my

aching sides!

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