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    After having, quite possibly, the finest sandwich I have ever has the fortune to eat today, it got me wondering, what am I missing from the sandwich world, for I have never had this one before (Salt beef, Gherkin, musard, rocket and tomato on wholemeal) and feel I am missing out.

    What's your favourite sandwich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hack View Post
    After having, quite possibly, the finest sandwich I have ever has the fortune to eat today, it got me wondering, what am I missing from the sandwich world, for I have never had this one before (Salt beef, Gherkin, musard, rocket and tomato on wholemeal) and feel I am missing out.

    What's your favourite sandwich.
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    Brie & Grape.

    Bacon & Brie

    Bacon & Avocado
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hack View Post
    After having, quite possibly, the finest sandwich I have ever has the fortune to eat today, it got me wondering, what am I missing from the sandwich world, for I have never had this one before (Salt beef, Gherkin, mustard, rocket and tomato on wholemeal) and feel I am missing out.

    What's your favourite sandwich.
    You are nearly at Sandwich Nirvana. Mine's the same as yours except with white rye bread rather than wholemeal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vetran View Post
    Brie & Grape.

    Bacon & Brie

    Bacon & Avocado
    No Brie, Grape, Bacon & Avocado?

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    Sugar Butties, hmmmm

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    Pretty much any sandwich from Burlies in canary wharf works for me. I don't like sarnies in pre-packs. However for the grungiest of grunt food a trip down to brick lane and the bagel shop will find you the best salt beef and mustard sandwich in London

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    mustard and orange marmalade

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    Fried egg. Mmmmm.

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