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woolystone 8:12 Wed Dec 12
Christmas Sandwich Competition
Loads of places doing Christmas sandwiches this year. A mate and I have been reviewing them for years, so this year decided to start a review site. What do you think?

https://monicalndn.wixsite.com/xmassandwiches

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woolystone 1:37 Wed Dec 19
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It's amazing how many people do not like the cranberry sauce! New reviews by the way....

jfk 4:22 Wed Dec 19
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cranberry even.

jfk 4:18 Wed Dec 19
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Is the ultimate sandwich,none of that crenbury sauce shit.

jfk 4:15 Wed Dec 19
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I've got an house full Christmas Day about 18.Turkeys alright so got a Turkey crown for the kids and the other wierd'os.
Most of my lot asked for a rib of beef.in my humble it pisses all over turkey.
On a personal note the Boxing Day lunch with cold meat,bubble and pickles is the best bit of grub of the year.
My mums cooking a white loaf,
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A Boxing Day sandwich on white bread with leftovers and branston pickle mash spuds I

Nurse Ratched 6:30 Tue Dec 18
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Indeed.

*glares at Mr Anon*

Biggie Biggs 5:37 Tue Dec 18
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What kind of monster puts salad cream on a Christmas sandwich

woolystone 2:29 Tue Dec 18
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Jim, i have my eye on a Fuzzy's Grub sandwich. Sounds like the sort of thing which would be perfect pre or post Christmas party. I look forward to it!

woolystone 2:29 Tue Dec 18
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Jim, i have my eye on a Fuzzy's Grub sandwich. Sounds like the sort of thing which would be perfect pre or post Christmas party. I look forward to it!

Jim79 1:55 Fri Dec 14
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Fuzzy's Grub roast dinner sandwiches are where it's at.

Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, stuffing, veg, meat of your choice and gravy all in two bits of doorstep bread. Its a thing of beauty and the greatest sandwich ever made. I normally pull out my own version on Boxing Day with the old Crimbo left overs!!!

BRANDED 1:53 Fri Dec 14
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Love home made cranberry sauce. Add orange zest and juice and you have a proper tart sauce that cuts through the grease and umami.

violator 1:48 Fri Dec 14
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Mr Anon 12:56 Fri Dec 14

I have brown sauce, mustard, mint and Worcester on all roasts, whatever the meat, i'll even dollop horseradish on as well if we have any. Drives Mrs V insane.

No link.

Blunders 1:43 Fri Dec 14
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"What in particular is shit with the photos?"

Your ugly mug is in them.


"What would you rather see?"

Not your ugly mug.

Your mum 1:37 Fri Dec 14
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On the subject of xmas puds, Trumans does an amazing version, comes with a bottle of Gamekeeper Stout!

https://www.trumansbeer.co.uk/shop/merchandise/london-keeper-christmas-pudding/

Coffee 1:13 Fri Dec 14
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Have you noticed that Christmas puddings are so much better these days than they used to be?

Does Mrs Peek still exist?

Coffee 1:11 Fri Dec 14
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A good bread sauce is fantastic and is easy to make.

1. Bring milk to the boil, add one or two chopped onions and a load of cloves, and a bay leaf. Simmer for a couple of minutes, then leave to cool for an hour or two.

2. Strain the milk to remove the onions, cloves and bay leaf.

3. Add white breadcrumbs to your desired consistency, and a little butter.

Voila.

Coffee 1:08 Fri Dec 14
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Mr Anon 12:56 Fri Dec 14

I agree with those three, but cranberry...? Take it or quite easily leave it.


Nurse, I did notice an earlier reference to Christmas dinner. Now clarified.

This serf will be having Christmas lunch.

Mike Oxsaw 12:57 Fri Dec 14
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"We don't toil in the fields like medieval serfs. "

Nailed on that - or something similar - pops up on the EU thread, in defence of remaining, within a day.

Mr Anon 12:56 Fri Dec 14
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What sauces do benefit a roast though?

Bread sauce for chicken and turkey
Apple sauce for pork
horseradish sauce for beef.

all essential imo

Nurse Ratched 12:53 Fri Dec 14
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It doesn't. Either sweetened or not. It's foul stuff.

We have Christmas DINNER in our house (albeit an hour or so earlier than usual) because none of us can eat the main meal of the day at lunch time. We don't toil in the fields like medieval serfs.

Coffee 12:48 Fri Dec 14
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How does cranberry sauce benefit a roast lunch?

gph 12:44 Fri Dec 14
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Cranberry sauce without sweetener, which is very tart, is much better than the shop-bought stuff. It has to be used sparingly, as it is too strong-tasting to be pleasant otherwise.

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