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    Posted: 02 September 2016 at 6:07pm
Sandwich survey: What is your favourite place from which to buy sandwiches?

1) Marks & Spencer
2) Waitrose
3) Tesco
4) Pret A Manger
5) Costa
6) Caffe Nero
7) Starbucks
8) Greggs
9) Other




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Warmed Ciabatta rolls heated with brie, sliced tomato and a dollop of branston pickle - lovely!
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Ham and branston pickle
Is back in the game! :)
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Tomato and avocado with ground black pepper, salt and squeeze of lime. Best on a seeded bread.
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fine by me - assuming contributers get a free copy :)
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One of my personal favourites is quite simple: fresh Madagascan prawns/cream cheese/slice of smoked wild salmon/lettuce/cucumber/tomato with a sprinkling of cayenne on a freshly baked panini.

Can I use the sandwich recipes mentioned here in my book on sandwiches?
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Wife and kids are on their way home from the beach. Needed something to eat.

Split a barbari nan in half (I bought these from Green Valley just off the Edgware rd).
Spread one side with aubergine pesto
layers of mozarella
chopped tomato and chili from my greenhouse
black pepper
put the top of the bread on
bake on overn till bread goes crunchy and mozarella has melted

eat with a bottle or two of Brahma

yum - may make another in a minute

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Peanut butter and nuttela chocolate spread is what i used to eat as a child! It reminded me of a snickers bar!

My fav now is cold cajun chicken breast with roasted medditeranean veg (red onion, mixed peppers, courgette, tomato and mushroom) with sour cream and chive all wrapped in a flour tortilla yum!

i am happy!! Pierre is just intoxicated
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Sausage and Fried Egg (especially if the egg is still slightly runny) 
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cheddar, brown sauce and cold roast spuds
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