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Old 12-28-2012, 04:36 PM   #51
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Peanut Butter, Bacon, Cheddar
Peanut Butter, Doritos
Ham, Potato Chips, Mayo, BBQ Sauce
Potato Cake, Sour Cream, American Cheese, Raw Onion
Mashed Baked Beans, Fried Egg (on toast)
May have to try some of these
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Old 12-28-2012, 04:37 PM   #52
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This isn't so odd but it sure tastes good Smash up a half of an avocado, add a liittle 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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My ma use to make me white bread smothered with fresh butter then sprinkled with sugar. I also would wolf fresh white bread with mayo,and salted cucumbers. Come summer and the tomatoes are juicy ripe and sweet I love to slice them rather thick, put on a piece of Italian or French bread I've toasted drizzle with evoo and a little home made red wine vinegar. Eat and let them drizzle all down my chin. Yummo big time.
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I love potato chips in buttered bread
My Scottish ex used to enjoy "crisp butties".
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Cucumber and tomato slices on good bread, garnished with mayo and some chopped chives.

Slices of boiled potato on heavy rye bread spread with bacon fat and sprinkled with salt and freshly ground pepper.
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just one of many, many, of your goldy oldiie threads snipper! i had quite forgotten my distinction of having succeeded in 'grossing you out' with my butter and sugar sandwiches. i must say, i stand proud today of that monumental feat, snip. between you and tim, dc came alive, bouncing along gaily for months, a freewheeling vehicle carrying on lively daily discussions across the forums. sometimes the threads were thoughtful, sometimes contentious, others instructive. almost always they were injected with hilarity, mostly tim's, but frequently he would call upon a cast of ancillary animal characters--cats, birds, dogs, chipmunks, to help demonstrate the ongoing comedy and absurdity of the human condition around us--all met with recognition and shared laughter across the dc threads....

nice to get away for the holidays. nice to come home again....welcome back, snip.:)
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Cucumber and tomato slices on good bread, garnished with mayo and some chopped chives.

Slices of boiled potato on heavy rye bread spread with bacon fat and sprinkled with salt and freshly ground pepper.

mmm, boiled potatoes on rye with bacon fat and fresh-ground pepper sounds super to me! a keeper for sure....
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Old 12-28-2012, 10:59 PM   #58
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My Scottish ex used to enjoy "crisp butties".
He had good taste Taxy

I love the crunch texture and they taste so good on the butter
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just one of many, many, of your goldy oldiie threads snipper! i had quite forgotten my distinction of having succeeded in 'grossing you out' with my butter and sugar sandwiches. i must say, i stand proud today of that monumental feat, snip. between you and tim, dc came alive, bouncing along gaily for months, a freewheeling vehicle carrying on lively daily discussions across the forums. sometimes the threads were thoughtful, sometimes contentious, others instructive. almost always they were injected with hilarity, mostly tim's, but frequently he would call upon a cast of ancillary animal characters--cats, birds, dogs, chipmunks, to help demonstrate the ongoing comedy and absurdity of the human condition around us--all met with recognition and shared laughter across the dc threads....

nice to get away for the holidays. nice to come home again....welcome back, snip.:)
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Miss the good old days! Not that it was that long ago. We made a good threesome You are one of the few people that understood Tim. My mornings aren't the same with him gone. He used to make himself a cup when I woke up and chat to me online every morning even though it was way past bedtime for him. Friends like him are rare.
I have found a few good friends on DC, you included

P.S Sugar on buttered bread still grosses me out
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mmm, boiled potatoes on rye with bacon fat and fresh-ground pepper sounds super to me! a keeper for sure....
Are you sure you aren't part Scandinavian?

And Danish kids get sugar sandwiches on heavy rye, as well as chocolate sandwiches. In fact, you can buy chocolate "cold cuts", just the right size and thickness for a heavy rye bread sandwich.
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