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Old 08-28-2011, 02:39 AM   #31
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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.
All of these sound good to me :)
I've made the peanut honey combo and leftover spaghetti sauce myself. I also use syrup instead of honey sometimes and let it soak into the bread, let it go hard almost crunchy :)
I love leftover lasagna on a sandwich too, as is or toasted!
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Old 08-28-2011, 02:47 AM   #32
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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?

well, not lately. but seriously, that's what many of the famous multi-layered european tortes have for their frosting, whipped butter and sugar. so it's not really different from eating betty crocker's creamy white frosting straight from the can, is it? sometimes, when we were kids, a sandwich would be created out of whatever we could find in the house to eat. as an adult, you might find yourself still feeding that early child appetite, with adult pleasure....
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Old 08-28-2011, 02:53 AM   #33
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well, not lately. but seriously, that's what many of the famous multi-layered european tortes have for their frosting, whipped butter and sugar. so it's not really different from eating betty crocker's creamy white frosting straight from the can, is it? sometimes, when we were kids, a sandwich would be created out of whatever we could find in the house to eat. as an adult, you might find yourself still feeding that early child appetite, with adult pleasure....
If it's fine sugar and lots of it mixed with butter it could work in my mind, like frosting. I was picturing thick butter just sprinkled with a bit of regular sugar though. That's a bit much for me Like eating butter straight from the tub!
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well, not lately. but seriously, that's what many of the famous multi-layered european tortes have for their frosting, whipped butter and sugar. so it's not really different from eating betty crocker's creamy white frosting straight from the can, is it? sometimes, when we were kids, a sandwich would be created out of whatever we could find in the house to eat. as an adult, you might find yourself still feeding that early child appetite, with adult pleasure....
spot on vit, check out my fav Dobos Torte, its technically difficult but the resulting cake is a dream.
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Found a new wicked sandwich filler! I had some leftover carrots, green beans, cauliflower and broccoli from last night. I warmed the veg then mixed them with mayo and pickled beetroot. Put the whole lot on a soft white roll yummo!
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This isn't so odd but it sure tastes good Smash up a half of an avocado, add a l;ittle mayo some garlic crushed, salt and pepper, a drizzle of evoo, put on toasted French bread, now add a couple of torn up pieces of procuitto and then a slice of your favorite melting cheese, I used some gorgonzola. top with arugula and then ran it through the paninni press and it was great.
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This isn't so odd but it sure tastes good Smash up a half of an avocado, add a l;ittle mayo some garlic crushed, salt and pepper, a drizzle of evoo, put on toasted French bread, now add a couple of torn up pieces of procuitto and then a slice of your favorite melting cheese, I used some gorgonzola. top with arugula and then ran it through the paninni press and it was great.
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The Gorgonzola sound a bit odd in there lol! But otherwise it sound good

I eat mashed avocado with salt, pepper and lemon juice, a bit of salsa and a fried egg on sandwiches :)
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The Gorgonzola sound a bit odd in there lol! But otherwise it sound good

I eat mashed avocado with salt, pepper and lemon juice, a bit of salsa and a fried egg on sandwiches :)
I like the sounds of that salsa and avocado and a fried egg yummers.
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I like the sounds of that salsa and avocado and a fried egg yummers.
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We can be Sarnie buds, we can swap ideas

Adding some crispy bacon is even more scrummy!
It was an invention of mine after a bad party night and too much tequila! It was hangover food ;p
Those days have come and gone but the sandwich stuck!
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We can be Sarnie buds, we can swap ideas

Adding some crispy bacon is even more scrummy!
It was an invention of mine after a bad party night and too much tequila! It was hangover food ;p
Those days have come and gone but the sandwich stuck!
OK buddies, I love getting new ideas and giving them too.
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