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Unusual Sandwiches

Ulfgeir

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Hard bread with ground cheese, chopped red onion and black pepper. Normally I use a different milder cheese. This was Västerbotten cheese.
 

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Cadence

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I think I've posted about Sausage, Egg, and Pepper jack on Jalapeno Bagel before. But my son is finally fully vaxxed, so going out to eat outside feels safer (when food service workers and folks in line aren't great about masking).
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Zardnaar

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I think I've posted about Sausage, Egg, and Pepper jack on Jalapeno Bagel before. But my son is finally fully vaxxed, so going out to eat outside feels safer (when food service workers and folks in line aren't great about masking).
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If I was fully vaxxed and in America I would do limited dine out.

Been dining out more as I expect another lockdown within the next month or so.

No Covid locally since April last year Delta says hi. Everyone har one is double vaxxed and he is single vax waiting to get shot 2.
 

Dannyalcatraz

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For a late night snack tonight, I had a PB&J sandwich. But the ”J” in this case was a lavender peach preserve I picked up at the Farmers’ Market. I’ve bought other stuff from this vendor before, and amost all of it has been very good to excellent. (Her pickles have been the line exception.)

So expectations were high…and met! The lavender gives the normally sweet peach preserves a floral/herbal note, toning it down while simultaneously elevating it.

I’m gong to try it on crackers with brie, soon.
 


Dannyalcatraz

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I’ve been eating a cheese called Merlot Bellavitano for years now. It’s a frequent component of my charcuterie boards. But I recently started trying it on sandwiches. Based on those successes, I’m thinking the next step with it will be a full-on cheeseburger of some kind.

 


Zardnaar

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I just had some pork andouille sausage topped with merlot bellavitano cheese, Mayo and brown mustard rolled up in a fat, warmed pita. It was gooooood.

I know what half of that is!!!

Sounds pretty good/salty.

Weekend out and about.

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Thai chilli chicken with a hot dog and chips. I can't explain our fish and chip shops. Wife had beef black pepper.

Coconut Ice

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Hand made traditional candy. It's basically icing Suger, condensed milk and coconut. These slices were huge around two inches across. Didn't buy as I'm not a fan of that amount of Suger or if coconut. Mother used to make it as a kid but a lot smaller pieces.

Bi weekly breakfast joint. Had a mocha and pancakes.

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Blueberries and yoghurt.
 
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Dannyalcatraz

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That sandwich:
Sliced chicken breast and bacon on a toasted onion roll. The little bowl was the condiment I used to top it- ranch dressing, A1, and Tabasco

Sides:
Pickled turnips
Pickled cauliflower
Sliced San Marzano tomatoes
Castelvetrano olives
Truffle gouda
 




Dannyalcatraz

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Haven't thought of a habenero marinade hmmnn.
A lesson I learned from a chef on one of Anthony Bourdain’s shows is that the finer you chop your peppers, the more the heat distributes throughout the dish. That allows the OTHER flavors in the pepper to shine through a bit.

So a superfine chop or purée of your habanero would give you more control over the heat.
 

niklinna

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Just a thought: when I was in college, I ate so many PB & grape jelly sandwiches, I found I could no longer eat grape jelly. Instead, I now usually eat my PB with honey. Maple syrup works well, too.

Which made me think- what about Agave nectar? If you've never had it, it is similar in appearance & texture to maple syrup, and tastes a bit like cotton candy. Might work well with PB...
I open a jar of PB and stir in a healthy pile of cinnamon and a bit of turmeric. I put it on a banana or dates for a light breakfast—with honey this is OFF THE HOOK—or (obtopic) on crispbread with jam. Currently lingonberry or sour cherry.

Speaking of unusual, I love some hummus on a banana.
 


Tonguez

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I open a jar of PB and stir in a healthy pile of cinnamon and a bit of turmeric. I put it on a banana or dates for a light breakfast—with honey this is OFF THE HOOK—or (obtopic) on crispbread with jam. Currently lingonberry or sour cherry.

Speaking of unusual, I love some hummus on a banana.
Got to agree, PB, Cinnamon and Banana is great, I made ice cream once and mixed that in for flavour and drizzled honey and chocolate flakes on top Yum
 

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