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    Lovely to see you back PPB. Squeeze will be delighted!

    But Christmas sandwiches???? Weird as fuck

    My idea of Christmas is a fucking great on the bone beef rib, and that doesn't really tally with a sandwich. Just cook me another beef rib and I'll eat that one as well.
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    I'm pretty sure beef sandwiches are fairly standard. I mean I ate one only yesterday.
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    Ah yes - but then we are talking texture. I like a big thick fuck off lump of meat I can attack like Obelix at a boar. That doesn't fit into bread slices quite so easily. Saying that, a beef, mustard and horseradish sandwich can be most acceptable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Ah yes - but then we are talking texture. I like a big thick fuck off lump of meat I can attack like Obelix at a boar. That doesn't fit into bread slices quite so easily. Saying that, a beef, mustard and horseradish sandwich can be most acceptable.
    Depends how far apart you want the bread really - a sandwich is only Bread/filling/bread - don't think that there is any restriction on the sizes of any of those elements
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin Drummer Wolf View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin Drummer Wolf View Post
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    Hey look, you don't see me full of festive cheer, ringing sleighbells, wearing a Christmas jumper and a Santa hat and banging on about it, do you? I mean if you do, please get me sectioned.

    But I had a Christmas sandwich (a concept which has totally passed Pad by the way it seems!) and I bet you all do the same very soon. Albeit I did it by accident, I never clocked all the Christmas stuff on the box. But that is what Sainsbury's are offering this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Hey look, you don't see me full of festive cheer, ringing sleighbells, wearing a Christmas jumper and a Santa hat and banging on about it, do you? I mean if you do, please get me sectioned.

    But I had a Christmas sandwich (a concept which has totally passed Pad by the way it seems!) and I bet you all do the same very soon. Albeit I did it by accident, I never clocked all the Christmas stuff on the box. But that is what Sainsbury's are offering this year.
    I will have a Christmas sandwich on Dec 26th. And that's the honest truth. And it possibly won't have meat on it, which will probably make me hate Christmas even more tbh.
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    Becoming a veggie has made you a miserable bastard man, have a festive bacon butty and cheer up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Lovely to see you back PPB. Squeeze will be delighted!

    But Christmas sandwiches???? Weird as fuck

    My idea of Christmas is a fucking great on the bone beef rib, and that doesn't really tally with a sandwich. Just cook me another beef rib and I'll eat that one as well.
    Thanks Paddy.

    Thick piece of beef, mustard and horseradish, lovely, but depends on the bread used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PPB View Post
    Thanks Paddy.

    Thick piece of beef, mustard and horseradish, lovely, but depends on the bread used.
    Thick meat, thick crusty bread with thick layers of sauce (but not your nonsense sauces like ketchup and salad cream). Simple equation.
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    I get some of those cook at home baguettes in for christmas. Make yer own concoction sandwich on a hot baguette. turkey, stuffing, pigs n blanket, gravy on boxing day can't be beaten.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Thick meat, thick crusty bread with thick layers of sauce (but not your nonsense sauces like ketchup and salad cream). Simple equation.
    It's got to be the correct bread. Hedgehog loaf is the best.

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    The cob van round from where I work used to do a cracking Christmas baguette. Turkey, stuffing, cranberry and gravy (optional)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablowolf View Post
    It's got to be the correct bread. Hedgehog loaf is the best.
    What's Hedgehog loaf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bear View Post
    The cob van round from where I work used to do a cracking Christmas baguette. Turkey, stuffing, cranberry and gravy (optional)

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    Not sandwiches, but have you seen the Christmas Edition Pringles? Pigs in Blanket Pringles . Not tried them, probably just taste Smokey baconish I would imagine. The tubes look nice and festive though.
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    I've tried pigs in blanket crisps before. Surprisingly accurate taste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bear View Post
    I've tried pigs in blanket crisps before. Surprisingly accurate taste.
    They've got them in Aldi at the moment.
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