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Old 04-06-2004, 05:43 PM   #11
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Coronation chicken, seems to be more like the Indian dishes we have inEngland, like chicken Tikka Masala, that aren't Indian at all, but created by migrants. Although they seldom put fruit in their curries, the way the English did. It seems Coronation chicken was created by food writer Constance Spry to honour the queen's coronation, and there is no record that she has ever tried it! She did try the jubilee chicken however.

I have had very similar sandwiches to your "smashed Italian" One in particular is layered in a huge Italian loaf and weighted down with cans or bricks over night. It is delicious! I think I shall make this over our Easter break, I am hoping for a picnic, but I think the living room floor sounds a safer bet, it has rained for days and days with no end in sight!
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You know Kyles... thats not a bad idea! I shall make it for Easter also!! :D
It would feed quite a few people AND its filling. I will be regarded as a HERO! :D (dramatic music playing)

Hey,,, I didnt know it rains in England! (chuckle)
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It' only the two of us and the cat for Easter, as usual, sob sob, as all my family and friends are in Australia. It is so hard to make new friends as an adult! We are having a buffet at work today provided by the business. A pity my team leader didn't have a hand in it, he used to be a chef and makes the best sandwiches ever! :D
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Old 04-20-2004, 02:02 PM   #14
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The best at home sandwich I like is a chicken sandwhich....

you take the meat from a roasted chicken ( i use store bought)
Your favorite sandwich bread or rolls
Then add 1 of the following fillings...

Western Barbecue Filling (my Fav)
spread guacamole ont he sides of the bread
layer with chicken
Drizzle with bbq sauce
add thinly sliced bell pepper


Club Style Filling
spread honey mustard on bread
add either thinly sliced roast beef or ham
layer on chicken
top with olives
tomato slices
spinach leaves
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