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Old 12-30-2012, 07:21 PM   #71
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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.

chocolate sandwiches were the best, though sugar was easier to come by, and also tasted divine. okay taxy, since we're practically kin, let me ask you this,do you recall any desserts or sweet breads made from sweetened cottage cheese? or sweet cottage cheese sandwiches?
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chocolate sandwiches were the best, though sugar was easier to come by, and also tasted divine. okay taxy, since we're practically kin, let me ask you this,do you recall any desserts or sweet breads made from sweetened cottage cheese? or sweet cottage cheese sandwiches?
Nope. The Danish dessert (other than pastries) that I remember is rødgrød. It's a red, fruit pudding.
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more than any other desserts, we ate fruit puddings, well, mostly berries we grew in the garden, strawberries, blueberries, gooseberries and raspberries. the sweetened cottage cheese i'm remembering either comes from another 'cultural connection' of mine, or it was simply a manifestation of what was our early poverty. even now i have difficulty differentiating between ethnicity and poverty as it pertained to foods to which i was exposed as a child.
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Old 01-03-2013, 01:27 AM   #74
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I just love cottage cheese with fig preserve or youngberry jam on rye or pumpernickle :)
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Keep in mind, I'm just a contributor to this thread. I didn't start it so don't blame me for your inevitable reaction to one of my childhood favorites. I still eat it from time to time.

BlackBerry Jam and Mustard. If you think about it, it's just a sweet and sour combo. Don't use too much mustard. The mustard will easily overpower the jam. I prefer jam over jelly because I like the texture of the seeds. If you don't have BlackBerry, boysenberry is a good substitute.
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Old 06-07-2013, 01:50 PM   #76
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Well the wildestI ever got in my childhood was ketchup, or mayo or butter and sugar sandwiches. I guess I lacked imagination.
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Yeah, nothing wild about butter and sugar. I still eat that from time to time. I never got too heavy with the butter and only as much sugar as would stick to the butter. I usually ate that as an open faced sandwich.
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Old 06-07-2013, 02:05 PM   #78
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I don't eat them anymore. For some strange reason I have developed a distaste for bread. I will make a sandwich that sounds so good, then I pull all the bread off and leave just enough for my fingers to hold it together. I throw out more bread than I eat in a year.
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