I love a fish finger, tomato and cheese sarnie.At college I used to do toast topped with fish fingers, tomatoes and cheese!!
Haven’t thought to try it since then, and not to planning now.
Now I find peanut butter and marmite creeps into most of my sandwiches.
A favourite lunch is two crumpets, one with marmite peanut butter and cheese, the other with honey. A bit over my target of 30 g of carbs but well worth those couple extra.
Bread and dripping with salt, now that takes me back to my childhood in the North East. My brother and I used to fight over the beef essence in the bottom of the bowl that was always called beef tea.i did an interesting thread about the strangest drinks we have this time it is about the weird and wonderful food we eat. (strangest foods we eat)
i will start it off. years ago i loved my curries and only made curry sandwiches was a bit difficult eating them with the rice dropping out of them. i also loved to make pork pie sandwiches, loved it covered in brown sauce. one of my favourites had to be pizza sandwich those small pizza you can buy.
Standard fare in the 50s, 60s, not strange at all! Usually toast for us rather than bread "Gubbins" at the bottom of the dripping bowl definitely the best bit.Bread and dripping with salt, now that takes me back to my childhood in the North East. My brother and I used to fight over the beef essence in the bottom of the bowl that was always called beef tea.
Oh Yes!! Rissole sarnies with my mam's homemade (of course almost everything was homemade back then) rhubarb chutney! Now that has really sparked some good memories!For a forum , primarily associated with healthy eating to control our carbs, this is getting rather unhealthy.
But, that's the point isn't it, irrascibly 'orrible flavour combo's to satiate our carby cravings , bugger it !
Yer got to say rissoles to be a culinary goody goody, and live a little, tho' gotta say some have truly obnoxious tastes!