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trip

Is this common in your area?

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JOSEPH X

Crisp butties, banana butties and if the cupboard was really bare ...sugar butties! The ultimate below-the-breadline foodstuff though was sugar water - drank from the bottle that the sterilised milk came in, that still had a tide mark left by the old milk on the inside.

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Evil empire

We don't eat fluffernutter in France, at least not as far as I know.

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Menstrual Deranged

I'm in Michigan and never hear of a Fluff-r-Nutter sandwich before but it gave me an idea. Going to try it on toasted bread but substitute the peanut butter with Nutella or some other kind of chocolate spread. Mmmm..

 

I've also never heard of putting chips right in sandwiches before but I can see how that could be good.

 

I used to work in nursing homes here while going to college and they'd make some pretty weird snacks for the old folks before bedtime. Like, cheese sandwiches. Literally just cheese between two slices of bread with a little mayo and/or mustard. I guess it's basically like an uncooked grilled cheese but that made it seem weird. One time I was really hungry 'cause I missed lunch so I scarfed one down and it was good. But lots of things are good when you're starving.

 

In the upper peninsula of Michigan, a popular food is the pasty. Usually beef pasties. They're like meat pies.

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jpm1

yesterday i ate some organic apricot jam crepes. it looks like a sandwich but much better. sorry i don't have shots, they are all in my stomach

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Rhoda

Like, cheese sandwiches. Literally just cheese between two slices of bread with a little mayo and/or mustard.

 

Cheese sandwiches are fairly popular here in the UK, so much so that there's actually a condiment designed to compliment it. Here is a perfect photograph displaying it working in action. Often, cheese is paired with mustard as you said, but for that real rural taste I recommend Branston pickle which is essentially a chutney made with potato, swede, carrots and onions pickled in a vinegar, onion and apple mixture. The result is a sweet and sour taste explosion which commands respect. Don't use it lightly - spread it thick and proud.

 

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el carlitos

Non of the Sandwich combination shown here are even known in this area.

The Spanish version of a sandwich is the "Bocadillo". Normally we eat it for Breackfast or between midday and evening as "Snack".

Typical combination is with "Jamon Serrano", Tuna or Mixed Tomato for example. We also don´t use butter but olive oil.

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Rhoda

Me and my old housemate have been to Spain a couple of times, and some of the best sandwiches we'd ever eaten were bocadillos. We'd head for supermarkets in the early afternoon to stock up on bread, sliced cheeses and serrano ham. It was as basic as you could imagine and they were gorgeous. My only criticism were that they were often on the dry side - I like a robust condiment with my sandwiches usually, but the flavour of the ham and the freshness of the bread made up for any pitfalls.

 

Besides, by this point I was about three jugs of sangria deep so moisture wasn't much of a concern, nor was looking decent as I inhaled sandwiches in my underpants.

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GTA_CAT

Me and my old housemate have been to Spain a couple of times, and some of the best sandwiches we'd ever eaten were bocadillos. We'd head for supermarkets in the early afternoon to stock up on bread, sliced cheeses and serrano ham. It was as basic as you could imagine and they were gorgeous. My only criticism were that they were often on the dry side - I like a robust condiment with my sandwiches usually, but the flavour of the ham and the freshness of the bread made up for any pitfalls.

 

Besides, by this point I was about three jugs of sangria deep so moisture wasn't much of a concern, nor was looking decent as I inhaled sandwiches in my underpants.

Didn't you bother to put olive oil?

It's more important that it seems. Also the rubbed tomato gives great taste.

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Rhoda

We did, but not too much, I didn't want soggy buns. Not this time.

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jpm1

fresh bread, with crude ham, olive oil, and a fresh tomato is for sure for one the best meal one can have. but when i saw how pigs are treated in the pork industry, i have dificulties to eat pork now

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Clancy the Bandito

Rolos crushed in between ritz crackers and then baked 🤤

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trip

Rolos crushed in between ritz crackers and then baked

Baked? Sounds like a lot of work. But now I want a pack of Rolos. :)

 

 

 

Shortly after I had made a reference to peanut butter and pickle in this thread my local news did a bit on peanut butter and pickle. I was like "no way".

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Lioshenka

The only thing I recognise on the photo is the bread. No idea what the things in jars are, but they look artificial and yummy!

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Ned Bingham

I'm in Michigan and never hear of a Fluff-r-Nutter sandwich before but it gave me an idea. Going to try it on toasted bread but substitute the peanut butter with Nutella or some other kind of chocolate spread. Mmmm..

 

Never heard of the Fluff-r-Nutter sandwich?? All you need is a regular peanut butter sandwich, left open. Then you gather lots of fluff from under the stairs, on top of your cupboards and wardrobes, anywhere you haven't dusted in a while, and there you have it. Delicious and packed with roughage too!

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Star-Lord

Next time I go to the grocery store I will get the ingredients and try this sandwich out. Who knows I might add additional surprises like lots n' lots of Mayo and name it the Star-Lord Explosive Delight.

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ghost of delete key

Hey Trip :)

As far as I know, fluffernutters are common to the northern Mid-West/Northeast region of US...  I know the confection well, though you won't find many outside this region that has ever heard of such a thing.

To be honest, it's not exactly my thing, though it's not terrible. I prefer Nutella on toast to be honest.

On 3/29/2018 at 8:59 PM, Asmodo said:

Anyone else cut up strawberries or bananas and put it in your cornflakes? I know you can buy cereal with dried fruit pieces in it at the store but nothing beats freshly sliced.

I grew up on that exactly. Either fruit, or both, on cornflakes... SO FRIGGIN GOOD!

Also, green seedless grapes in yogurt, that was my 'other' best breakfast :)

 

As far as regional specialties, here in Pennsylvania, it's SCRAPPLE (or 'pannhaas').

https://www.thrillist.com/eat/philadelphia/facts-you-didnt-know-about-scrapple

Disgusting and delicious all at once.

 

 

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trip

The best is going to a diner that deep frys their scrapple.  

I eat a scrapple, bacon, egg, and cheese from a cart at least twice a week.  Somehow I'm still alive. 

If you grow up here you grow up on scrapple.  I'm pretty sure you don't find out what it is until you are way past the point of no return.

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ghost of delete key

I grew up in NY, trip... never heard of scrapple till I came to PA in my 20s. It grows on you though like moss on an old tree. There's no escaping it, and it becomes a breakfast staple.

I prefer it pan-fried, gotta get the Habersett brand, and cut it thick, otherwise you'll have a pan full of mush. Crispy fried, with a couple of eggs and a tough coffee, you'll be revving all day long. :D

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mr quick

that looks delicious as hell but you can only get fluff at obscene prices at the "fine" grocery stores which actually import it 😢

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