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Old 08-27-2011, 06:28 PM   #21
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spread a slice of wonderbread type white bread with unsalted butter--not just a smear, a layer. now top it with a generous layer of sugar. delicious without the bread too--just mix together sugar with sweet butter and eat it off your spoon. what?
I agree totally but instead of the sugar (though I like that too), I like the bread to be super fresh, the butter to be super hard and then topped with potato chips - ripple are best!
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Old 08-27-2011, 06:31 PM   #22
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I also like lots of crisp lettuce or arugula with pepper and mayo on fresh ciabatta.

Leftover green bean mash or creamed spinach on toast.

Baked beans mixed with fried onion, mayo and grated cheese in a toasted sandwich or on toast.

A mix of cream cheese, grated cheddar or gouda and chopped peeled apple is also yummy.

Apricot jam and thin slices of cheese.

Creamstyle sweetcorn mixed with mayo and pepper.

A soft poached egg with a potato cake and fried tomato on a fresh bread roll etc etc
Do you like anchovies? If so mix with a small amount of cream cheese and plop or smear on pumpernickle or dark rye bread it's so good add a touch or peach or apricot jam and it's heaven.
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Old 08-27-2011, 06:34 PM   #23
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spread a slice of wonderbread type white bread with unsalted butter--not just a smear, a layer. now top it with a generous layer of sugar. delicious without the bread too--just mix together sugar with sweet butter and eat it off your spoon. what?
This was a standard snack given to me after school by both grandma's I loved it and now give it to my grandkids.
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Old 08-27-2011, 06:36 PM   #24
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I agree totally but instead of the sugar (though I like that too), I like the bread to be super fresh, the butter to be super hard and then topped with potato chips - ripple are best!
I love the white bread smear it with mayo and then a heavy layer of crushed potato chips.
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Old 08-27-2011, 07:44 PM   #25
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i love white beans. when i make a pot, i usually make at least one sandwich. white bread, mayo, squashed beans and lots and lots of black pepper.
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Old 08-27-2011, 11:30 PM   #26
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i love white beans. when i make a pot, i usually make at least one sandwich. white bread, mayo, squashed beans and lots and lots of black pepper.

two or three of those, with arugula! yea boy....
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spread a slice of wonderbread type white bread with unsalted butter--not just a smear, a layer. now top it with a generous layer of sugar. delicious without the bread too--just mix together sugar with sweet butter and eat it off your spoon. what?
So far you are the only one that has managed to gross me out with this thread
Do you really eat butter and sugar mixed without bread?
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Do you like anchovies? If so mix with a small amount of cream cheese and plop or smear on pumpernickle or dark rye bread it's so good add a touch or peach or apricot jam and it's heaven.
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I love anchovies, I eat them on toasted baguettes with fresh butter. Never tried adding jam to it. I'll try it, you never know I might like it :)
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I agree totally but instead of the sugar (though I like that too), I like the bread to be super fresh, the butter to be super hard and then topped with potato chips - ripple are best!
Oh yes please, Ripple sour cream and chives or O'Grady's! It must be a thick cut potato chip, crinkle cut not smooth lol!
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Take a slice of bread and smear generously with honey. Let it sit until the honey soaks in.Top it with peanut butter and another slice of bread. Really good. Lots of people think I'm weird for liking that but lots of those same people like honey roasted peanuts so I personally think they are weird for liking one and not the other.

I also really like leftover spaghetti and sauce between two slices of buttered bread. Again, lots of people think that's weird but lots of those same people put heaping forkfuls of the stuff on heavily buttered garlic bread. I'm just missing the garlic and the bread isn't heated at all.

Another really good one is leftover turkey, a little cranberry sauce and a little leftover stuffing. Or an hot open face sandwich with leftover turkey topped with mashed potatoes and gravy or stuffing and gravy. I know bread in bread sounds odd but it's really good.

I've also been known to put thin, crispy potato chips in peanut butter and strawberry jam sandwiches or to toast the bread for the pbj and then dip the sandwich in hot chocolate.
Especially good is peanut butter and orange marmalade on toast dipped into hot chocolate.

And when I was a kid dad got me hooked on two slices of french toast with velveeta melted in between topped with maple syrup.
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