M&S used to do a Bacon and Avocado sandwich which was delicious. My favourite home made sandwich has to be the good old cheese and onion - grated strong cheddar and slices of raw onion. Mind you, you can't talk to anyone for the rest of the day, but it's a small price to pay
Deadmanwade wrote:In my neck of the woods we have some strange choices. Potato Salad sandwich. Fried Noodles sandwich Strawberries and Cream sandwich
And the newest flavor: Yoghurt sandwich.
I thought the UK choices were different - Japan for the win!
There can be no doubt that the success of the attack on and stand against the enemy at St. Lambert sur Dives can largely be attributed to this officer’s coolness ... London Gazette, no.36812, 27 November 1944
White bread, whatever meat I have at hand (usually turkey, pepperoni, salami and/or ham), whatever cheese I have at hand (some combination of sharp cheddar, swiss, pepper jack, american and feta), and as much A1 steak sauce as the sandwich can hold.
If I'm feeling lazy, I skip the bread and meat, and just pour steak sauce on slices of cheese...
Many versions exist under the same name, but the one I am familiar with is fried bread with an egg in the middle. You cut a hole in the middle of a slice of bread with a wine glass or something, then slap it in a frying pan with hot oil and crack an egg in the middle. Cook for a couple of minutes then flip it and do the other side. If you want a runny egg you just crack the egg in after it's been flipped. You fry the circle of bread you cut out too (can't be wasting food) and it can be a little hat for your egg.
PS. I think most people just call a fried egg sarnie an egg banjo sarnie.
"You're a big man, but you're in bad shape. With me, it's a full time job." – Lt. Bromhead to Prince Dabulamanzi before the Battle of Rorke's Drift.