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Title: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: nhp651 on July 28, 2011, 03:03:02 pm
Where ever you come from, what ever part of the world..we all live united in one thing!!

The Earl of Sandwich ( Admiral of the Fleet.....link to boating............. and one time member of the infamous Hellfire Club ) did us all a service when, one night, he was too busy gambling to leave his table, and demanded a "hind of beef between two loaves of bread"  for his supper!.

Since then his "invention" has risen from the lowly jam buttie to finer cuisine.

Whilst I was sat the other day, eating another "creation" of cold pork apple and black pudding sausage topped with blue stilton cheese tomato and mayo, ( a milder one for me really) I wondered what others like to put on their butties............

Being one to experiment I've tried anything from prawns with mayo and orange slices to vegimite, cream cheese with peach slices...................all yummy! or how about hot haggis with red grape slices and sweet chillie relish............truly scrumptious.

My wife and kids think I'm just off another planet,  {-) {-) {-) {-) {-)

so what's your favorite that you've ACTUALLY  tried.......give me some inspiration........I love a challenge!!! %% %% %% %% %%

forgot to mention the bread, but the nuttier and seedier the better  O0 O0 O0 O0
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: Patrick Henry on July 28, 2011, 03:25:16 pm
Nothing as exotic as that menu...but for a snack, a slice of thick white bread, fresh as possible, salted Lurpack butter, half a jar of marmalade spread on with a plasterer's trowel, a packet of Oxo flavoured crisps(if you can get them)failing that a packet of cheese and onion will suffice, sprinkled across the marmalade, then another slice of bread and butter to hold it all together.

Here's another favourite...same bread, same butter, but this time lay a dozen fish fingers across the bread, half an inch thickness of Heinz tomato sauce, and topped off with another slice of bread and butter.

Normally followed up by a visit to the john....often within the hour.
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: nhp651 on July 28, 2011, 03:30:51 pm
you were going great there rich untill you mentioned tomato sauce.........how could you, sacrilige.......................lord sandwich would turn in his grave.. {-) {-) {-) {-) {-) {-) {-) {-)
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: DickyD on July 28, 2011, 03:44:43 pm
And  my wife thinks I'm daft because I like chunky orange marmalade and Cheddar cheese between two crusty white slices.

Sausage egg and bacon, all three between two slices.

I also  go for the fish finger butties.

And of cause Marmite!!!
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: jimmy2310 on July 28, 2011, 04:04:42 pm
When I was a tiddler I'm 59 now I used to love Sugar Puffs on a butty or just sugar butties.


Jimmy
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: a3nige on July 28, 2011, 05:00:44 pm
Cream cheese & salted peanuts!
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: Rex Hunt on July 28, 2011, 05:29:03 pm
Marmite and chunky Peanut butter spread thickly on a doorstep of real fresh bread.....preferably warm!

Or I'll also go with the Fish fingers (funny how you never see one in an aquarium with gloves!) but with enough mayo to ooze out and down the shirt!   (can be done in the microwave too!)

Rex
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: dreadnought72 on July 28, 2011, 05:47:27 pm
I wasn't going to reply to this thread, because I thought I was weird.

...But, having read the above, maybe not.  %%

I like a good half-inch of sauerkraut on my bread. No butter, just a fat slab of pickled cold cabbage.  O0

Andy
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: colin-d on July 28, 2011, 05:48:07 pm
when i was a little younger, we used to get sliced banana and a sprinkle of sugar in our Sarnies...   :-))  :-))
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: essex2visuvesi on July 28, 2011, 05:49:58 pm
Marmite and chunky Peanut butter spread thickly on a doorstep of real fresh bread.....preferably warm!

Rex

try adding a few slices of cucumber
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: Martin [Admin] on July 28, 2011, 07:16:11 pm

 Bacon roll eaten out doors early in the morning.......  mmmmmmmm!  O0
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: Rottweiler on July 28, 2011, 07:26:11 pm
   
     how about a slice of fresh made granary bread,thickly spread with a good dollop of butter, then heavily sprinkled with raw porridge oats straight out of the box,that in turn covered in a layer of caster sugar, and another slice of thick spread bread on that.
yummy.
not forgetting a real good chip butty and plenty of salt of course!
(my diet may start next week!)
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: rmaddock on July 28, 2011, 07:32:14 pm
I used to do a nice line in Quiche-in-a-bun.  :D :embarrassed:
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: Chuffy on July 28, 2011, 07:55:31 pm
Thick layer of butter topped with a sprinkle of white or brown sugar between slices of crusty white bread.
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: richtea on July 28, 2011, 08:05:54 pm

 Bacon roll eaten out doors early in the morning.......  mmmmmmmm!  O0

Add an egg or tomatoes or mushrooms or any combination and you have got my vote.  :-))
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: gondolier88 on July 28, 2011, 10:25:26 pm
Havn't had it for a long time, but when a lot younger I loved tomato ketchup on butties, not strange I know; but with peanut butter...?

Greg
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: Spook on July 29, 2011, 12:22:38 am
In my teens (some time ago) I'd get home from school and have a "Marlon Sandwich" - Marlon from "The Perishers". Two doorstep slices of bloomer loaf filled with inch-thick tomato sauce. Then I'd be ready for a cooked 'tea' when Dad got home from work. And I remember sugar sarnies as well. My mate Dave used to take black treacle sarnies to school for lunch. We used to make him sit in the cloakroom to eat becuase they stank!
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: Patrick Henry on July 29, 2011, 08:03:34 am
Here's another one...my old aunt(now long deceased)would have two slices of brown bread, well buttered with proper butter, with a good layer of lettuce leaves laid on one slice, and then sprinkle the lettuce with a really good covering of sugar, then the other slice of bread over the top.

It might have tasted strange, but it obviously didn't do her any harm...she lived to be well in excess of 90 years old.
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: DickyD on July 29, 2011, 08:33:56 am
Here's another one...my old aunt(now long deceased)would have two slices of brown bread, well buttered with proper butter, with a good layer of lettuce leaves laid on one slice, and then sprinkle the lettuce with a really good covering of sugar, then the other slice of bread over the top.

It might have tasted strange, but it obviously didn't do her any harm...she lived to be well in excess of 90 years old.

That jogged the old memory Rich.

My Gran used to do us sugar and lettuce sandwiches. :-))
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: pettyofficernick on July 29, 2011, 09:29:13 am
Heres a few that I regularly have when I cant be bothered cooking a meal or when I am busy in the workshop.
 A 1/2 inch thick slice of smoked gammon, well cooked, and fettled to fit in a suitable length of well buttered 'Tiger Tail' with some lettuce, toms and sweet chili sauce.

 or Thick sliced Hovis with sausages (decent ones of course) mushrooms black pud ulster fry and a fried egg, sticks to the ribs that one.

 or , a cob of sirloin steak,( medium rare) loads of fried onions, loads of English mustard in a lump of baguette, again, well buttered.

By way of 'afters' you cant go wrong with a crunchy peanut butter and cherry jam sandwich, very moorish.

With all this talk of scoff, I must now go and make some nice smoked bacon butties, liberally anointed with HP Fruity Sauce! A packet of 6 slices of bacon is just enough for 4 rounds of toast.

And finally, you can allways tell when you have had a good butty, because you need to take a shower after eating it. :-)) :-)) :} :} :}
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: Patrick Henry on July 29, 2011, 09:35:22 am
Dicky, I never liked sugar and lettuce sarnies, but the oldies obviously did!

And as for you, PO Nick...I have one word to describe your gastronomic adventures. Delicious!!!!

Now, what was that old saying? Oh yes, I remember..."if good food is the way to a man's heart, then leave the door open for the surgeon....."
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: rmaddock on July 29, 2011, 11:54:52 am
Havn't had it for a long time, but when a lot younger I loved tomato ketchup on butties, not strange I know; but with peanut butter...?

Greg
Hey! I used to like that too.  %%
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: Circlip on July 29, 2011, 12:32:45 pm
Teacake, grilled Bacon, Fried Banana crushed on it, topped with grated Mature Cheddar cheese.  O0   %%

   Regards  Ian.
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: rmaddock on July 29, 2011, 05:00:00 pm
Cold, sliced, boiled potatoes, Red Leicester cheese and mayonnaise.
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: john44 on July 29, 2011, 07:55:50 pm
Well guys, having read the posts I think there should be a recipy book with all the above listed,
you could call it, Model makers healthy eating
                       Uncountable callorie meals,
come on guys I know us model makers are a bit loopy, but some of those butties %% %% %% {-) {-) {-)

john
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: nhp651 on July 29, 2011, 08:06:30 pm
deeeeelishus :-)) {-) {-) {-) {-) {-) %% %% %% %% %%
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: mark fd277 on July 29, 2011, 08:22:23 pm
peanut butter and saled cream is good also like a nice bit of french bree and jam yum! lol
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: pettyofficernick on July 29, 2011, 09:36:54 pm
Inspired by all of the above, and not wanting to begger about with spuds, veg etc have just had a lamb leg steak, courtesy of Messers Tescos reduced chiller, doused with redcurrant jelly, sprinkled with finely chopped red chilli's and chucked in a lump of tiger tail baguette, most efficacious, only thing is, I want another. I like the idea of a set of plans for modelers sandwiches, different sections for at the lake, late nights in the workshop, or for slouching on the sofa with.  :} :} :} :-)) :-)) :-)
You can call me anything you want, but don't call me late for dinner! O0 O0
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: mickyrubble on July 30, 2011, 12:16:13 am
I NOMINATE CHIPP BUTTY (MADE FROM FRESH SPUDS COOKED IN BEEF DRIPPING,NON OF THAT FROZEN RUBBISH OR VEG OIL) WITH LOTS OF SALT AND VINEGAR............
DAM IT ROTTEILER GOT IN BEFORE ME.
 :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: john44 on July 30, 2011, 04:11:27 pm
Well PO, as regarding plans for model mansize butties. For 1 what scale are we talking about?
and how much ballast/filling will be needed?
What is the best drink to go with these butties, decaf or not, sugar or sweetener, what a dilema.
What is the best buttie for spring/summer autmn/winter. etc.
Can you eat whilst sailing ?

 %% %%john
 
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: nhp651 on July 30, 2011, 05:45:45 pm
Can you eat whilst sailing ?

 %% %%john
 



ohhhh yes........i'm multi tallented that way..........a butty in each hand no less {-) {-) {-) {-) {-) {-), and my tranny operated wi' me elbows, %% %% %% %%
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: john44 on July 30, 2011, 09:16:56 pm

ohhhh yes........i'm multi tallented that way..........a butty in each hand no less {-) {-) {-) {-) {-) {-), and my tranny operated wi' me elbows, %% %% %% %%
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What a guy, neil you are my hero :-)) {-)
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: nhp651 on July 30, 2011, 09:55:14 pm
i'm glad i'm someone's john..................no other b***** loves me, {-) {-) {-) {-) {-) {-)
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: Nordsee on July 31, 2011, 04:56:47 pm
2 thick slices of fresh Sunflower seed bread, lightly spread with real, salted butter, then a thick coating of Beef dripping, salted and peppered to taste. Totally unhealthy, but delicious!! :-))
Title: Re: BUTTIES, SARNIES, SANGERS, OR SANDWICHES.WHAT EVER YOU CALL 'EM
Post by: John W E on August 03, 2011, 02:48:47 pm
I've been waiting a bit for our stomachs to settle down then I will let you know what my Mrs really loves:

are we ready

Tripe - its has to be Honeycomb Tripe with lashings of salt and vinegar mopping the plate with a thick crust of white bread and she thinks I am a bit off by liking

black pudding, on the top of a fried egg, sandwiched between two layers bacon - all sandwiched between two pieces of fried bread - sounds basic mine doesn't it after reading the concoctions;

aye

food for thought

john