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Spice Cat01/06/2012 20:27:04
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I'm musing as it's raining here.

Which should it be?

Do you cut a sandwich diagonally or straight across??

Diagonal for me.

God I'm bored!! sad

Pete B - Moderator01/06/2012 20:39:26
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Diagonal - got to maintain some standards around here.....and either crispy bacon or egg mayo and cress inside thumbs up smile p

Pete

Tony Fry01/06/2012 20:53:01
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Doesn't bother me,I scoff anything!!

Alan Cantwell01/06/2012 21:04:16
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best hovis brown, crusts cut off, triangular cut, best thin cut roast ham, double gloucester cheese, a little shredded lettuce, a side order of murphys cracked sea salt and balck pepper crisps, and a glass of best south african red

Bob Cotsford01/06/2012 21:10:10
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for some reason I have problems with 'better' breads like Kingsmill and Allisons and I'm happiest with Safeways long life wholemeal. Preferably with corned beef and sweet mustard pickle but it's got to be cut straight across, none of this nancy diagonal lark.

Pete B - Moderator01/06/2012 21:44:51
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'Nancy', eh, Bob?............I was talking about triple deckers..........smile dwink 2

Pete

Alan Cantwell01/06/2012 21:50:31
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triple decker jam butties, with home made strawberry jam, NOW your talking!!!!!!

Galleyman01/06/2012 21:56:57
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Chip buttie, with tomato ketchup not cut in any direction. Back of hand for anything that doesn't get to the eating hole.

Tomtom3901/06/2012 22:03:59
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Mines a Chicken,( touch of lemon, a little Tabasco) , some crispy bacon with Avocado , a hint of Mayo, black pepper and some salt between two slices of brown bread accompanied by a nice bottle of chilled dry white wine (have been watching tooooooooo many cookery progs)

Wish Discovery would consider screening some more R/C progs . Spoke to them some while ago to complain about too many fishing progs and asked if they would have some R/C orientated episodes - they didn't seem to be particularly interested!!!

Keiran Arnold01/06/2012 22:04:21
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For Guests diagonal for the workshop accross -easy

Spice Cat01/06/2012 22:34:52
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Egg and bacon.

Bacon not cooked like SWIMBO likes it ( cremated to the point where you can surf on it). Brown sauce, runny egg and cut diagnally with a big china mug of English Breakfast Tea.

Mmmmmmmsmile

Andrew76701/06/2012 22:43:04
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Diagonal for me!...Bread from the bakers.....Non of that steamed silly nonsense from the Stupidmarket either!

Andrew....Don't accept anything but the real thing ...Dept...smile p

Tim Hooper01/06/2012 22:55:49
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Straight across for me, diagonal for Netty.

She's a bit posh like that.....

tim

Daithi O Buitigh01/06/2012 23:16:48
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Why cut it? The jam squoooshes out when you do laugh

Phil Claridge02/06/2012 08:40:20
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cottage loaf from local baker, 1in slices, lurpak salted butter, cheese ham and MARMITE, full size a real hand and mouth fullsmile p or cold roast pork

Alan Cantwell02/06/2012 09:14:07
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MARMITE disgust

Bob Cotsford02/06/2012 12:04:25
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mmmmm Marmiteunlove

Myron Beaumont02/06/2012 13:20:51
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What a load of rubbish!

Buy a half cooked garlic baguette and cook in the oven and cut lengthwise or break into pieces .Just add Marmite and eat with a pint of real ale .Hmmm !smile p

Fats Flyer02/06/2012 13:29:06
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As long as i dont have to make it............as it comes wil do finewink

Ernie02/06/2012 16:18:53
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Slice 'em thinly with a balsa stripper

ernie

Edited By Ernie on 02/06/2012 16:19:20

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