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Sandwich fillings.
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17 Apr 2010, 12:04
Acid Fairy
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What are your favourite sandwich/baguette fillings?

I loooove tuna and melted cheese; ham, cheese and pesto; egg; cheese and spring onion.
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17 Apr 2010, 15:12
Jessica [Private]
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I'm such a picky eater, you guys are gonna laugh at me.

Turkey/Salami + Cheese (thats it. Doesn't really matter what kind of cheese. Just cheese. Turkey's my fave. Eat it like, every day.)
Liversausage (hahahah! I KNOW PICKY EATER LIKES LIVERSAUSAGE) + Ketchup. Ohhh fuck yes. It's good on ritz crackers too.
Peanut Butter + Apple Jelly. Yay!

Egg + Bacon/Sausage/Spam. Whichever is available. + cheese.


I love cheese. ;D Yay Wisconsin!
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17 Apr 2010, 17:43
holdtehpickles
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o: Omg. Valik's a picky eater and loves liver sausage.
rofl.
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17 Apr 2010, 19:35
HorrorVixen XO
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my jelly has to be strawberry!! but i wouldnt mind tryin apple jelly tho =)
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17 Apr 2010, 19:56
Jessica [Private]
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Apple is so amazing.
I like strawberry as well, but just strawberry jam. I don't like it unless its got the little chunks with seeds ;D
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19 Apr 2010, 09:24
Villy
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When it comes to actually using it in sandwiches, I much prefer strawberry to anything else. Although, having lived with the biggest food snob on the face of the planet for close to 5 years, I've gotten to a point where I'd rather eat preserves than jam or jelly. My ex literally turned his nose up at anything other than preserves. *shrug*

Still, when it comes to toast or biscuits, I like peach preserves or, in a very specific case, black cherry. There's this restaurant in Boone, N.C. called the Dan'l Boone Inn, and they have the most mouthwatering black cherry preserves I've ever tasted. I don't even LIKE black cherry. *grin*



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19 Apr 2010, 19:49
Leona Wren
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I too must have strawberry; nothing else. I like apple butter; but not apple jelly.
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17 Apr 2010, 16:09
foreverglow
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I'm really picky about my sandwiches. I like turkey and ham or both, with cheese, mustard and miracle whip. I like tuna sandwiches with onion in it. And I like peanut butter sandwiches.

That's the only thing I really like for sandwiches. I'm convinced the bread is what makes the sandwich. I prefer a sub-type bread. Something that is nice to hold onto, not something TOO soft. I'm not much of a sandwich eater....

But along the lines of SUBWAY, I freaking LOVE subway. (Weird because I just twittered this last night.. my sub of choice)

Subway melt (ham, turkey, bacon), on monterey cheddar bread, with provolone, toasted of course! with Lettuce, and/or pickles/cucumbers, (sometimes green pepper), with mayo, and honey mustard. All. time. fave.
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17 Apr 2010, 16:15
*amour de bebe*
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Egg and mayo is my faveeeeee also chicken with salad and mayo. Chesee and onion with salad cream, mmmm!!
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17 Apr 2010, 19:31
*~Loving You~*
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lol ur gonna think im gross - i grew up LOVING pbj with CHIPS in it... so it it gets nice and crunchy, why dont i use crunchy peanut butter? i dont like cruchy peanut butter - dont ask i dont know why lol

for subway i order either BLT or chicken breast - non roasted but the chicken gotta be heated... i dont like toasted, with american cheese, lettcue (sp - sorry my spelling sucks), onions, tomatoes (ONLY on BLT) olives, ONE time across (it annoys me to see them do it back and forth but its too much for me... and too messy) lite mayo, ranch, honeymustard, vingar and oil. (its rather fattening in some ways lol)
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17 Apr 2010, 14:27
HorrorVixen XO
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im a simple kinda gal.. i LOVE
-a turkey sandwich with mayo, lettuce and avocado on regular sandwich bread
-pastrami with mayo, mustard, romain lettuce and melted swiss/jack cheese on a french roll.
-a shrimp with dill and finely chopped cucumber sauce with melted cheese on a toasted baguette.
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17 Apr 2010, 14:59
Birrrdy
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Peanut butter, marshmallow fluff, and banana on toasted white bread, of course.
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18 Apr 2010, 23:26
Tam I Am
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Yes ma'am! That's a sandwich right there!!!
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17 Apr 2010, 15:17
.miss.raditude.
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I absolutly love the Tuna sandwich from Subway! With lettuce, tomaton, onion, pickles, and TONS of olives. Oh, and mustard on wheat!
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17 Apr 2010, 15:17
.miss.raditude.
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*tomato!
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17 Apr 2010, 15:22
Lauren.
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Ooh, if we're going Subway here, that means that I like the Italian BMT (er..salami, pepperoni, and some kind of ham I think) on wheat with white american cheese, lettuce, pickle, onion, mustard, mayo, olives, and salt. Yum-o!
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17 Apr 2010, 15:24
.miss.raditude.
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Mmmmmm sounds really good.
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19 Apr 2010, 09:25
Villy
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Well if we're talking Subway I like the subway melt, with the turkey, ham, and bacon. Which is great, because I generally can't stand bacon.
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17 Apr 2010, 15:21
Lauren.
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I'm pretty simple with sandwiches.. um,
Bologna/fried bologna/ham/turkey/salami with both mayo & mustard
Banana & peanut butter or mayo
Oh.. and potted meat and mayo xD.
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17 Apr 2010, 17:35
HorrorVixen XO
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WAIT A SECOND... banana and mayo????? r u serious?????
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18 Apr 2010, 00:12
already gone.
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I think banana and mayo is southern thing. Or maybe it's just that I'm from the south and everyone I know eats it ;D
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18 Apr 2010, 02:08
HorrorVixen XO
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um.. how does it taste?? im willing to try it b.c well... i'll try anything once!!
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18 Apr 2010, 03:26
already gone.
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I don't know because I don't eat mayo :P But everyone I know loves it so if you like mayo then it must taste good.
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18 Apr 2010, 15:46
Lauren.
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I can't explain the taste! It's really good though. If you like mayo and you like banana, you should try it. I know it sounds crazy, but I suggest it ;).
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18 Apr 2010, 15:46
Lauren.
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Yeah, I think you're right.. I think it's a Southern thing :P.
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