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Found by david

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Rated sandwich rating (89 votes)

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1. Toasted PeanutButter + Jam (raspberry is best) + Banana

What’s in it? Bread, Peanut Butter, Jam, Banana. Put in Toaster, serve hot (but be careful of that Jam!)

Bread Type? Brown Wholemeal (toasted)




Found by Kari

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (51 votes)

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2. Cheese and Jam

What’s in it? Cheese (Cheddar, Swiss, Brie, Cream Cheese, etc etc) Jam (Strawberry, Raspberry, Grape, Apricot, etc etc)

What should we know? Spread, Cut cheese thickly (or add more than one slice) Liberally apply jam to one or both sides of the bread and slap it together. Can be served toasted or hot!

Bread Type? White, Rye, Wheat, Prime Number Grain

Made by John C

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (37 votes)

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3. Humus and Strawberry Jam

What’s in it? Thicky spread humus and lashings of strawberry jam.

What should we know? Sounds terrible. Tastes awesome.

Bread Type? White




Found by Steve Smith

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (29 votes)

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4. Cook Islands Special

What’s in it? It's a grilled cheeze with onions and mango chutney.

What should we know? Best served with the green mango chutney sold by the little jam stand, ”Fruits of Rarotonga” in the Cooks. Subsitute at your own risk.

Bread Type? Plain white (toasted)

Found by Kristin

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (51 votes)

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5. Monte Cristo

What’s in it? thinly sliced ham thinly sliced turkey your preferred cheese 1. Put sandwich together 2. create the egg/milk mixture as you would for french toast 3. dip sandwich in egg/milk stuff 4. fry in greased pan until brown and cheese is nicely melted 5. serve with your favorite jam as a dip (I recommend raspberry). Absolutely fantastic!!! (and artery-clogging)

Bread Type? any kind you like...except rye, that would be gross (toasted)

Made by Sam Bush

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (19 votes)

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6. Bacon and Prawn Surprise

What’s in it? Cheddar Cheese, jam (jelly in the states?)

What should we know? Sounds horrid, tastes not horrid.

Bread Type? Sliced white




Made by Nic

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (23 votes)

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7. The Whats Left In The Fridge sandwich

What’s in it? cheese, corned beef, jam, salad cream

What should we know? Salad cream on the bottom slice of bread, then the corned beef, grated cheese (i use red leicester) finally the jam (bramble jelly) on the other slice and squish it together.So many different tastes its like a full meal in a sandwich.

Bread Type? Warburtons medium white sliced

Made by ZoomZoom

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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8. Marmalite Toast

What’s in it? Butter, Generous layer of Robinsons Golden Shred marmalde on slice one, Marmite on slice two

What should we know? Toast should be piping hot.This is my favourite food in the world just behind sushi.I once made this whilst stoned using plum jam rather than marmalade and it was grim. Don’t be tempted by other spreads, you need the sweetness of the Robinsons Marmalade to offset the strong flavour of the Marmite.

Bread Type? 2 slices of thin pre-sliced white bread toasted until golden (toasted)

Made by 2c

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (24 votes)

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9. Boxing Day Beast

What’s in it? Butter, Peanut Butter, Tomato Ketchup or Rasberry Jam, Cheese (cheddar, grated), Roast Beef Mustard (thin coating), Iceburg Lettuce, Mayonaise

What should we know? The order does make a difference. Can also be made with chicken, just put mayonaise before the lettuce.

Bread Type? White or White Wholegrain

Made by Brian

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (13 votes)

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10. Sweet Cheeses

What’s in it? Butter, Good quality cheddar cheese as strong as you like. Raspberry jam.

What should we know? butter bottom (not in the marlon brando sense) and lay the sliced cheese thereon. spread top bread with as much jam as you like, place together in the traditional sandwich manner and voila.One of the best sandwiches ever.

Bread Type? Any, i prefer crusty white or Granary

Made by Steve

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (14 votes)

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11. Stevie Special

What’s in it? Cheese, jam, peanut butter

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Bread Type? White Stodgy







Made by Nick

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (24 votes)

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12. fried egg and jam sandwich

What’s in it? Jam, frieds eggs.

What should we know? Here is what you do: You make the thing…right? got it? hurry up!! thank you…blimey you are a slow mother trucker..THEN..when it’s all done…it’s time to eat the thing. Of COURSE it is! You can invite a few friends or you can eat it ny yourself. It doesnt really matter. Its up to you, chubby. Thank you. good bye.

Bread Type? white bread

Made by mcTavish

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (16 votes)

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13. c and J

What’s in it? butter ,jam ,cheese

What should we know? spread on butter with plenty ofjam (prefer strawberry myself)the ad thick slices of your fav cheese.

Bread Type? white sliced

Found by trey\'s wife

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (14 votes)

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14. Arteriosclerosis on Toast

What’s in it? Bacon, fried egg, ground black pepper, grape jelly (raspberry jam works well too, my husband likes orange marmalade)

What should we know? This is my favorite way to snarf down a fry-up breakfast. You wouldn’t think so, but grape jelly goes WONDERFULLY with egg and bacon.

Bread Type? Toasted, white or wheat

Made by efemera

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (6 votes)

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15. efe’s delight

What’s in it? Order is important - bread, crunchy peanut butter, seedless raspberry jam, cream cheese, scraping marmite (optional), bread.

What should we know? Sounds icky, but is fabulous.

Bread Type? wholemeal or malted granary

Made by niall

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (10 votes)

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16. cheese snag jam

What’s in it? Cheddar Cheese; cold sausage; Raspberry jam

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Bread Type? Wholgrain







Found by littlebean

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (6 votes)

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17. fig and bacon

What’s in it? butter or mayobacon, fried to crisp-like hardnesswarmed figs, spread. you could also use fig jam

What should we know? I used to work in a place which had a Prue Leith sandwich shop in the office basement. Prue used to test new ideas on us. I have no idea whether this one was judged a success, but it was the most spunkingly fine butty I’ve ever had.

Bread Type? toasted wholemeal (toasted)

Made by Dapthechap

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (28 votes)

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18. Fat Boy Anytime Sammich

What’s in it? Butter on the top and bottom slice, Mustard (Dijjon or English depends if I feel european or not) on one slice, Branstons Pickle on one side of the middle slice, Jamaican hot sauce on the other, Salad Cream or Mayonaise on the last, 4 slices of Roast Chicken, 4 slices of Honey Roast Ham, 6-7 Slices of Irish Mild Cheddar cheese, spring onion, black pepper

What should we know? To toast it get all your ingrediants ready toast all the slices with the cheese on one of them under the grill then soon as it is to your liking whack all the rest in a wham you have a FAT BOY ANYTIME SAMMICH

Bread Type? 3 Doorstep sized bits of bloomer

Made by Dapthechap

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (15 votes)

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19. Fat Boys Heart Attack Special

What’s in it? Butter on the top and bottom slice, 2-3 bits of fried bacon, 3 sliced down the middle large spicy sausages (you can use whatever you want but they must be large), 2 fried runny eggs, brown sauce, Jamaican hot pepper sauce, chilli powder or cayan pepper, black pepper and salt, sliced fried onion, grated cheese wherever you likebut I put it on all the meat

What should we know? Try not to mix the sauces put them on the seperate bits of bread and use the spices for the runny egg (MUST BE RUNNY)

Bread Type? 3 Doorstep sized bits of bloomer again (toasted)

Made by Bonnach

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (9 votes)

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20. PBJ and Fritos in pita bread.

What’s in it? Peanut butter, your favorite flavor jam or jelly, Fritos brand corn chips.

What should we know? I’ve found that it’s easiest to spread the PB and J on the insides of the pita bread then drop in as many fritos as you want and smoosh it together. I like mine warmed in the microwave or toaster oven until the peanut butter starts to melt a little. This was one of my favorites as a kid when I came home from school for lunch. I really have a hankering for it right now too!

Bread Type? Pita Bread

Made by David

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (12 votes)

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21. Jam

What’s in it? Jam, Cheese

What should we know? You need alot of jam

Bread Type? White







Made by Moira

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (10 votes)

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22. Cheese & Jam

What’s in it? Mature Scottish chedder and rasperry jam (home made is best - but the best you can buy is ok to!)

What should we know? It’s not very glamorous but once you’ve tried it you’ll keep going back for more!

Bread Type? Good quality white or malty brown

Found by Walter

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (12 votes)

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23. The best bagel ever.

What’s in it? If your bagel is fresh and still warm, lightly butter one side and spread some raspberry jam (works with other flavors). out plain cream cheese on the other side. mash them together until you get a gooey mess squeezing out the edges and enjoy. if your bagel isn’t still warm out of the oven or whatever, you might want to toast it just a little.

What should we know? i haven’t had sex in over a month

Bread Type? fresh poppy seed bagel (toasted)

Made by Larry Piper

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (16 votes)

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24. Riot of Flavor

What’s in it? 3 oz. Skippy Super Crunch Peanut Butter,
Generous layer of Red Rasberry Jam,
3 Slices American Cheese,
Layer of Sweet Pickle Chips

What should we know? Goes best with a large glass of cold grape juice. This makes a healthful and delicious meal which I have had lots of times.

Bread Type? Whole Wheat

Made by Jan

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (9 votes)

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25. Uncle Mike’s favorite

What’s in it? sliced vidalia onion
strawberry jam

What should we know? served at room temperature. Interesting blend of flavours. My Uncle Mike’s creation.

Bread Type? Rye

Made by Greedy gurrrl

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (12 votes)

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26. Finger-licking ole!

What’s in it? 2-3 slices of thinly sliced jamon de serrano (Spanish ham)
tomato
manchego (spanish cheese)
mayonnaise

What should we know? Grill both sides of the bread preferably weighted down so that the bread becomes flattened and crispy (I use a heat-proof plate and a can of beans). When the bread is ready, rub the cut halves of the tomato onto the bread and press the halves on. Slather on the mayonnaise, layer on the jamon and cheese (not too much or it will be too salty), press together and eat immediately!

Bread Type? ciabatta-style (toasted)

Made by Charles McNeill

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (15 votes)

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27. Sugar Snap Wrap

What’s in it? cooked rice; lightly cooked sugar snap (whole-pod) peas - OR snow pea-pods (reheated frozen ones are fine); grated mozarella cheese

What should we know? Heat tortilla in large frying pan on medium heat (only a minute or two; flip over, add a small handfull of grated cheese and spread out in center area. While cheese is melting, distribute a few spoonfuls of rice and cooked snap peas in a line; lift the whole thing by edges and put on table or cutting board surface; roll up using standard burrito or ”wrap sandwich” technique. (That’s a topic unto itself.)
Options: Use seasoned rice combinations like pilafs or Indian rice biriani; add a bit of sauce. (my favorites: Pickapeppa Sauce from Jamaica, or a mango-based chutney. I don’t think tomato-based hot sauces work well with this idea.)
Caveats: As with any such tortilla wrap, don’t heat too long or it will become brittle and can’t be rolled easily.

Bread Type? burrito-size tortilla (extra large) (toasted)

Found by Graham

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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28. Creame Cheese and Jam

What’s in it? Creame Cheese, and any jam you like

What should we know? My favourite is to use Blackcurrent Jam

Bread Type? Any




Made by Fishman

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (17 votes)

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29. Fishman delight

What’s in it? - Lox, Herring, Matias, Tuna (smoked or from a can), Anchovies, Fillet of Cod

- Butter

- Apricot Jam

What should we know? Heavily butter the bread. Put Herring and Mattias at the bottom, then Tuna, Anchovies, Cod and finally Lox on top. Slather the top with the Jam (optional: Jam between the layers of fish), another slice of bread to cover- et voila`!

Bread Type? Russian (dark, hard, coarse bread)

Made by Fishman

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (12 votes)

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30. Fishman delight

What’s in it? - Lox, Herring, Matias, Tuna (smoked or from a can), Anchovies, Fillet of Cod

- Butter

- Apricot Jam

What should we know? Heavily butter the bread. Put Herring and Mattias at the bottom, then Tuna, Anchovies, Cod and finally Lox on top. Slather the top with the Jam (optional: Jam between the layers of fish), another slice of bread to cover- et voila`!

Bread Type? Russian (dark, hard, coarse bread)

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