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Post by kajol on Thu 7 Aug 2014 - 8:46

Hey there,

what are your kids fav sandwich fillings?
currently my LG is sold on polony, and only polony....go figure...

any other ideas (I'm gona use the peanut butter and jam, leftovers from supper that will work, cheese and lettuce, etc) but will like some other ideas too.http://r26.imgfast.net/users/3115/60/40/47/smiles/227209.gif

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Post by Alleycat on Thu 7 Aug 2014 - 8:57

Gen only eats apricot jam and peanut butter (the new one - choc chip)

Cady only eats ham or nutella

I can stand on my head to make them try something else but noooooooooo
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Post by Karien on Thu 7 Aug 2014 - 9:45

No real nutritional value, but my kids looooove when I make them sandwiches with butter and 100's and 1000's. For school I'll also put glitter on top and they think it's the coolest thing ever! For everyday sarmies, they're quite easy: melted cheese or peanut butter and syrup or choc-spread or bovril and cheese.
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Post by Adele S on Thu 7 Aug 2014 - 10:14

My favourite no nonsense sarmi would be - lots of butter and bovril (not marmite), peanut butter and syrup (freshly made andeaten, don't like when it gets hard), melrose cheese spread, cheese and ham with little bit of mayo, sandwich spread (my mom used to make it when I was in school) and then cheese and jam was also nice when I was at school, and then totally unhealthy but a good memory would be buns with margarine and cheese and onion simba chips on it (my previous boss also taught me to take a bun, lots of butter and slices of biltong with a steri stumpi). Gourmet sandwiches would be low gi with salmon and avo yummmmy

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Post by Alleycat on Thu 7 Aug 2014 - 10:19

Just give me a fresh slice of white bread and a avo and lots of salt!!!!!!
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Post by Adele S on Thu 7 Aug 2014 - 10:39

In my case it would be farm bread with farm butter (salted) and I will be happy for ever (and coffee to wash it down)

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Post by Alleycat on Thu 7 Aug 2014 - 12:15

ooohhhh yes don't forget the coffee!!!

I got some really nice biltong this weekend and took some bread, put some biltong on some cheese over and toasted it a bit in the oven .... not bad at all!!
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Post by Karien on Fri 8 Aug 2014 - 8:30

Oooh, Adele, YES for the bread and butter!

My one colleague has us all addicted to apricot jam and biltong sarmies. Sounds like a pregnant-craving or Hilda-soet-sout combination, but it's pretty damn good!

My parents live close to an Albany bakery. When I was still living with them and studying, I usually drove past there after writing exams just as that fresh bread smell was hanging in the air. Then I'd drive past P'nP, pick up a fresh bread and have bread and strawberry jam with my (retired) dad. Ai, I have such fond sarmie-memories.... Anyone want to guess why I'm 20kg overweight, hahahaha?
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Post by E&E on Sat 9 Aug 2014 - 9:45

Our two like to pick the filling out of the sandwich, then eat the bread and then eat the filling. Ham or cheese is best for this because it is less messy than the alternatives!

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Post by Honey on Tue 12 Aug 2014 - 8:19

Mine just eats the bread. No butter, no fillings, no spread...nothing. Makes packing his lunchbox easier but I wish he'd realise how nice some of the things are!

Personal favourite - sandwich spread.
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Post by LilianJ on Wed 13 Aug 2014 - 7:34

Zeke refuses to eat bread. So we pack in cheese blocks, polony or salami. Or fish fingers. That is the only stuff he will take to school. He doesnt want anything else.
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Post by Lilly on Wed 13 Aug 2014 - 13:55

Wihan loves cheese spread on toast, also cheese marmite.. basically anything with cheese, given the chance he will survive on cheese only.

D likes tomato sauce on his sarmies, cheese spread (blitong flavor), cheese & tamato & he use to love ham & cheese & peanut butter but sadly he is allergic to processed meat & peanuts so those are out.

I love peanut butter & apricot jam on white bread dunked in coffee
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