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Yummy.

 

Get some bernard matthews Turkey burgers - they come in packs of four burgers.

 

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Bung 2 of them under the grill

 

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get some marge, some ketchup (heinz is best), a plate and a knife

 

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You will also need THREE slices of bread

 

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Spread some marge on one side of two slices and on BOTH sides of the third slice

 

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Slap some ketchup on the bread

 

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Put one of the cooked burgers inbetween slices 1 and 2, add more sauce and then put the other burger inbetween slices 2 and 3.

 

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Cut in half and serve.

 

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Bloody gorgeous.

 

 

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Are you trying to tell us you think you're god?

 

I'd have thought the omnipotent one would have a cleaner oven. :(

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God would have PROPER Heinz Tomato Ketchup, not the supermarket own brand stuff.

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Best sand wiche in the world ever is really simple to make

 

Granary loaf bread, Light Mayo, BBQ sauce, Spinach Leaves, BBQ Pringles, Two Sausages, TNT Cheese

 

the tricks are; once the sausages are done cut em in half length ways, cut the cheese thick, don't melt the cheese just let the piping hot centre of the sausage do that for you.

 

serve with big mug of tea and switch-off-your-head film

 

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Pringles in sandwiches?

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well you wouldn't want them by the side of the sandwich now would you!

 

(trust me though, it tastes amazing and the different textures are a symphony in your mouth :( )

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Pringles in sandwiches?

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well you wouldn't want them by the side of the sandwich now would you!

 

(trust me though, it tastes amazing and the different textures are a symphony in your mouth :D )

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...

 

PRINGLES in SANDWICHES??? :(

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yes

 

it's not a difficult concept Brock my boy

 

you put the mayo, the BBQ sauce, the cheese and the Spinach on first, then lay three pringles on one slice of bread, lay the sliced sausage on top, lay the second slice on top of thatquickly, so that none of the ingredients fall out, then crush the sandwich together.

 

I speak the truth

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yes

 

it's not a difficult concept Brock my boy

 

you put the mayo, the BBQ sauce, the cheese and the Spinach on first, then lay three pringles on one slice of bread, lay the sliced sausage on top, lay the second slice on top of thatquickly, so that none of the ingredients fall out, then crush the sandwich together.

 

I speak the truth

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The concept isn't difficult no, but your palette is mighty strange good sir. :(

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true, but what I lack in culinary boundaries I make up for in wonderful concoctions!

 

trust me on the Pringles

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true, but what I lack in culinary boundaries I make up for in wonderful concoctions!

 

trust me on the Pringles

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Okies Mr Fish, I'll make yeh a deal. I'll try your sambo tomorrow like, if you prepare one of my legendary condiment sarnies. :(

 

You need (and this goes for anyone):

 

Bread (I use Hovis: Best of Both but it's really at your discretion), philadelphia, soy sauce, BBQ sauce, parmesan cheese, chicken (pre-cooked and sliced up)

 

Spread philly on one slice of bread. Then make a noughts & crosses style pattern with the BBQ sauce. Take 1 tsp of the soy sauce and place it in the gaps left by the bbq. Then on goes your chicken, some more BBQ, grate over the parmesan and place a second piece of bread on top. Lush!

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true, but what I lack in culinary boundaries I make up for in wonderful concoctions!

 

trust me on the Pringles

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Okies Mr Fish, I'll make yeh a deal. I'll try your sambo tomorrow like, if you prepare one of my legendary condiment sarnies. :(

 

You need (and this goes for anyone):

 

Bread (I use Hovis: Best of Both but it's really at your discretion), philadelphia, soy sauce, BBQ sauce, parmesan cheese, chicken (pre-cooked and sliced up)

 

Spread philly on one slice of bread. Then make a noughts & crosses style pattern with the BBQ sauce. Take 1 tsp of the soy sauce and place it in the gaps left by the bbq. Then on goes your chicken, some more BBQ, grate over the parmesan and place a second piece of bread on top. Lush!

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Sounds lush :D

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true, but what I lack in culinary boundaries I make up for in wonderful concoctions!

 

trust me on the Pringles

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Okies Mr Fish, I'll make yeh a deal. I'll try your sambo tomorrow like, if you prepare one of my legendary condiment sarnies. :(

 

You need (and this goes for anyone):

 

Bread (I use Hovis: Best of Both but it's really at your discretion), philadelphia, soy sauce, BBQ sauce, parmesan cheese, chicken (pre-cooked and sliced up)

 

Spread philly on one slice of bread. Then make a noughts & crosses style pattern with the BBQ sauce. Take 1 tsp of the soy sauce and place it in the gaps left by the bbq. Then on goes your chicken, some more BBQ, grate over the parmesan and place a second piece of bread on top. Lush!

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Sounds lush :)

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It is!

 

Especially with pringles ON THE SIDE. :D

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it's a deal.

 

however, is it ok for me to substitute philidelphia with... well just about anything else?

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Guest alex

Cheese, tomato, lettuce and sweet pickle (or chutney) with mayo is nice. As long as it's freshly made as it goes soggy after a while.

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Oh I don’t know, banana fritters and cream with syrup is really nice.  :D

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you what sunshine?

 

banana fritters?

 

 

dost mine ears deceive me?

 

fritters... made of banana?

 

you're a mutant and should be hung from a great height by your banana fritters tbs tbs

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Brock, your sandwich officially blows.

 

:D:

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Just as I was about to say yer sandwich was nice. :(

 

Except I had to substitute TNT cheese with edam and spinach with lettuce.

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