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    28 mins for the perfect butty

    Missis T and myself were not that hungry tonight so we fancied a butty.

    A Tashyboy special.

    Multi grain Bread with olive spread. Torchino ham, boiled egg, cheddar cheese, tomato, lettuce, pepper, sweet chilli sauce. With beetroot, cucumber and pickled onions on the side. Some multigrain crisps and breadsticks.

    28 mins later we were tucking in, only spoiled by watching a chiwawaha dog having to be told it's wedding dress needs taking up.

    whats yer fave butty.

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    Re: 28 mins for the perfect butty

    chip
    common sense is so rare it should be classed as a super power.

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    Re: 28 mins for the perfect butty

    Quote Originally Posted by Norrin Radd View Post
    chip
    No salt and vinegar, what about sauce, bread, white or brown, or bap. What's about cheesy chips.
    Chips in a fryer or oven chips.

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    Re: 28 mins for the perfect butty

    Bacon on white. Crusty bread, fresh out of the oven. Bacon almost cremated. Lashings of butter. May be some red sauce, may be not, may be an egg.

    Perfect.

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    Re: 28 mins for the perfect butty

    Quote Originally Posted by Tashyboy View Post
    No salt and vinegar, what about sauce, bread, white or brown, or bap. What's about cheesy chips.
    Chips in a fryer or oven chips.
    a little salt and pepper no vineager,on plain white bread with a decent smattering of butter.
    common sense is so rare it should be classed as a super power.

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    Re: 28 mins for the perfect butty

    My all time fave sarnie is brown bread, strong cheddar, marmite and salt n vinegar square crisps
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    Re: 28 mins for the perfect butty

    Christmas sandwich - Turkey, stuffing, sausage and loads of cranberry sauce.

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    Re: 28 mins for the perfect butty

    Cornish pasties.

    1 pasty on its own is not filling enough, but slap it between 2 slices of bread.
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    Re: 28 mins for the perfect butty

    Lightly toast some bread. Smear with pickle, then a layer of cheese and back under the grill.
    Give it big humpties

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    Re: 28 mins for the perfect butty

    Quote Originally Posted by murphthemog View Post
    Bacon on white. Crusty bread, fresh out of the oven. Bacon almost cremated. Lashings of butter. May be some red sauce, may be not, may be an egg.

    Perfect.
    You had me there until red sauce. Gotta be HP tangy on cremated bacon on fresh crusty bread.
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