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    My weirdest sandwich consists of:

    2x slices of bread - white is the best in this case, but any will do.
    Mustard.
    Mayonaisse.

    Simple as that. Try it some time! Might sound odd at first, but it's really kind of good..just finished two of them now. Been making them since I was a kid.

    What's your weirdest sandwich?


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    Weirdest Sandwhich huh?

    In Yr 6 I ran out of things to put on my lunch. The meat was gone as was the tomato, lettuce ect. So I created the Avacado and Salsa Sandwhich. Not half bad. Alhtough there was the nasty sideffect of it stinking out the whol classroom and disturbing people, but thats another story.

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    I ate those sandwiches for another 6 months
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    I'm a fan of ice cream and corn chips in a sandwich
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    I like to make sandwitches out of full grain bread.
    I start with wetting the bread with a little lemonjuice (Just a little or the bread will become a smear). Putting it in the oven untill it`s a little crispy.
    then I add meat (preferably a burger, but most meat will do), lettuce, lots of raw onion, hot salsa and a generous smear of sourcream.
    If I`ve got it, I like to add sliced halapenjos and black olives, but unless I`ve already got some in my fridge, it doesn`t really matter.
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    Apple and marmite

    even if you hate marmite, give it a try, i hate it but cant get enough of it with apple

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    Well, I personally don&#39;t think this is a &#39;weird&#39; sandwhich, but boy my wife does&#33;

    I guess it may be because every time we go shopping and I put it in the cart I shout out the name in a very loud and very bad german accent "BRAUNSWEIGER&#33;&#33;"

    Well, you probably guessed the main ingredient :

    White bread, mayo, spicy mustard (preferably guldens&#33 swiss cheese and "BRAUNSWEIGER&#33;"

    As an aside, this type of sandwhich is unlikely to freshen your breathe unless you have been suck starting a sewage line or you have a potentially fatal case of halitosis&#33; :blink:

    But damn it tastes good&#33;&#33;

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    Sliced roast chicken, Colmans mustard, BBQ sauce, Tabasco sauce, wakasashi (or whatever the name of that green Japanese horseradish is called) and something else herbal that I can&#39;t quite remember.

    I like my sauces

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    My favorites are peanut butter and pickles, peanut butter and sandwichspread, cheese and sandwichspread, velveta sandwich.
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    Originally posted by Xerxes@Mar 7 2005, 12:18
    Sliced roast chicken, Colmans mustard, BBQ sauce, Tabasco sauce, wakasashi (or whatever the name of that green Japanese horseradish is called) and something else herbal that I can&#39;t quite remember.

    I like my sauces
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    "green Japanese horseradish" = wasabi, I do believe. You got it confused with a smaller Samurai blade. :blush:

    Sounds like there are lots of "weird" stuff going around. Funny how none of us think it&#39;s that weird, but everyone else does?

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