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Thursday, 12 May 2011

sandwich

goldhahn & sampson: cooking class

had a post all ready to go when blogger crashed on me this morning. don't know if i can piece it back together, some of it was saved, it seems. harumph.

anyway, in the meantime, perhaps you could help me out with your favourite sandwich ideas / recipes? i'd love to hear them!

p.s.: this weekend, a very dear friend will be in town and we'll have a big eurovision song contest extravaganza at a&m's house. there's nothing like a good dose of trash, enjoyed with friends! bring on the weird costumes and fire throwers on stage!

++ please note that previous comments are not showing due to a technical glitch. according to blogger they should be restored this weekend. ++

17 comments:

amongthechimneypots said...

Brie, carrot and ginger chutney. I ate it as a last resort at a not-very-veggie-friendly conference; I was converted. YUM!

suzie said...

Me too! I was writing up a post for my workshop participants, and lost the lot, aaagghhh!!
Love the above mentioned brie and chutney sandwich; I love avocado, watercress and marmite in grainy bread.

Annton Beate Schmidt said...

rocket leaves, serrano ham and fresh figs. or green aspargus, crab meat and vinaigrette. to die for!

Elisabelle said...

good question!!!
let me think about this ;)

la ninja said...

hmmmmm.

love so many different varieties. every country has fab sandwiches. from spain, france and italy to germany, the uk, germany... love 'em all for different reasons.

have a look at these for inspiration, though. they are super.

http://scanwiches.com/

jana said...

mmh sandwiches. avocado + tahin, roasted almond/hazelnut butter + anything you want (Schokolade ist gut)...also just butter and salt, if the bread is really good.

alexandria said...

What a great question! I love hummus, advocado, tomato, spinach, and provolone, muenster, or gouda cheese on a sandwich. Sometimes toasting the bread makes it even yummier.

Pascale said...

It's time for you to me on MY blog !-))
This photo is very interesting.
And I have no recipe for sandwich... except, thuna, mayonnaise, oignons & câpres (caper ?)

Fen and Ned said...

Blogger is misbehaving! I would liked to of seen any sandwich ideas you had here, my sad egg mayonnaise could do with an overhaul! Enjoy your Eurovision party xx

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

a simple and delicious sandwich:
Tartine with Mustard Mayo and Mashed Avocado
http://www.food52.com/blog/836_tartine_with_mustard_mayo_and_mashed_avocado

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

One more:
Sardine, Horseradish Cream & Pickled Onion Sandwich
http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Sardine-Sandwich-With-Horseradish-Cream

a butterfly said...

wanted to let you know that
i have made a blogpost with your photos
http://abutterflyinmyhair.blogspot.com/2011/05/no-penny-for-them.html

wishing you a wonderful
sunday,
vibeke

Sammi said...

i like traditional sandwiches:

smoked salmon and cream cheese
cheddar cheese & green tomato chutney
mozzarella & tomato
BLT
tuna mayo & sweetcorn
honey & goats cheese (toasted only)

apparently i like cheese in my sandwiches

carlotta cosials said...

♥ beautiful

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kristina - no penny for them said...

it seem that blogger has difficulties restoring the lost comments from last week. i went through my email notifications where luckily i found copies. happy sandwich making (and thanks for your patience!):

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amongthechimneypots (http://amongthechimneypots.wordpress.com/) has left a new comment on your post "sandwich":

Brie, carrot and ginger chutney. I ate it as a last resort at a not-very-veggie-friendly conference; I was converted. YUM!

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suzie has left a new comment on your post "sandwich":

Me too! I was writing up a post for my workshop participants, and lost the lot, aaagghhh!!
Love the above mentioned brie and chutney sandwich; I love avocado, watercress and marmite in grainy bread.

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Annton Beate Schmidt has left a new comment on your post "sandwich":

rocket leaves, serrano ham and fresh figs. or green aspargus, crab meat and vinaigrette. to die for!

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Elisabelle has left a new comment on your post "sandwich":

good question!!!
let me think about this ;)

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ninja has left a new comment on your post "sandwich":

hmmmmm.

love so many different varieties. every country has fab sandwiches. from spain, france and italy to germany, the uk, germany... love 'em all for different reasons.

have a look at these for inspiration, though. they are super.

http://scanwiches.com/

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jana has left a new comment on your post "sandwich":

mmh sandwiches. avocado + tahin, roasted almond/hazelnut butter + anything you want (Schokolade ist gut)...also just butter and salt, if the bread is really good.

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Alexandria has left a new comment on your post "sandwich":

What a great question! I love hummus, advocado, tomato, spinach, and provolone, muenster, or gouda cheese on a sandwich. Sometimes toasting the bread makes it even yummier.

Jessica said...

Vegemite :)

...I'm partial to slow-roasted sweet potato, goats cheese, red onion and baby spinach too. x

geneviève bjargardóttir said...

oh! you put this up quite a while ago now - but i have been slow on my blog reading! my favourite sandwich these days is made on a perfect baguette from cereals no. 29 on senefelderstraße [have you tried them maybe already?? amazing, almost as nice as in france!], spread with a little french demi-sel butter, and then very thin slices of italian rosemary ham, fresh mozzerella, arugula, lettuce, and lots of black pepper.

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