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Toby Christensen
9th May 09, 09:38 PM
I propose my bacon and pan bread sandwich.

Get panbread (which is now served at Sizzler, an Australian owned franchise now lulz) and fry it.

Proceed with middle rasher bacon. Fry it also, in small pieces.

Build several large sandwiches.

Finish with cordial and sweet food then fuck off for a six hour walk, some bagwork, or whatever else.

I have hereby made the most obscene sandwich (calorie wise) I know of. (C U Amiga magazine made a worse one though.)

WarPhalange
9th May 09, 09:43 PM
Sandwich pr0n.

Steve
9th May 09, 09:44 PM
aB-40eA8tTk

nihilist
10th May 09, 01:46 AM
http://i130.photobucket.com/albums/p272/moleculo_9000/bush-gay-sandwich.jpg

Neildo
10th May 09, 04:01 AM
thread won.

Kiko
10th May 09, 05:46 AM
Eewww..


And I was gonna submit the corned beef hash, egg & cheese with hollandaise on a croissant. *sigh*

Cullion
10th May 09, 06:47 AM
I made OTT club sandwiches for my family a fortnight ago. They were pretty obscene calorie-wise and stupidly expensive.

A whole free-range cornfed chicken breast per sandwich. Fresh vine tomatoes, romaine lettuce and sweet red peppers. Mature farmhouse cheddar, real mayonaise, 4 rashers of dry-cured organic bacon. On a freshly-baked baguette.

Neildo
10th May 09, 06:58 AM
that's not obscene, that's nirvana. can i come over for lunch sometime?

Cullion
10th May 09, 07:01 AM
sure.

Neildo
10th May 09, 07:07 AM
hey, do you still have that friend that can get tickets to Fabric? because i would seriously go over there to rock out on the bodysonic dancefloor.

bob
10th May 09, 07:12 AM
When we were kids we used to make: butter - vegemite - butter - peanut butter - butter - jam - butter - honey sandwiches.

Ah, teenage growth spurt how I miss thee.

Neildo
10th May 09, 07:16 AM
these morons i used to hang out with once made a peanut butter and ketchup sandwich as a gross out dare. they started making it on a regular basis. so disgusting.

oh and toby, your sandwich is no big deal. some mayo, lettuce and tomato and you got a bitchin BLT.

most obscene sandwich: anything from subway that has their mustard or mayo on it. i don't know what it is about that stuff but it's hard to wash the smell out. gross.

Cullion
10th May 09, 07:30 AM
I actually tried Elvis' favourite, the fool's gold loaf a couple of months ago.

Hollowed out ciabatta, filled up with lots of fried crispy bacon, peanut butter and jam (you use grape jelly in North America), the outside brushed with butter and toasted.

I couldn't finish the whole thing.

Kiko
10th May 09, 07:45 AM
I'm told that peanut butter and pickle is something of an acquired taste. I have yet to acquire it.

Ka-Bar
10th May 09, 02:32 PM
I actually tried Elvis' favourite, the fool's gold loaf a couple of months ago.

Hollowed out ciabatta, filled up with lots of fried crispy bacon, peanut butter and jam (you use grape jelly in North America), the outside brushed with butter and toasted.

I couldn't finish the whole thing.

I don't think Elvis ever ate anything on ciabatta bread.

MEGA JESUS-SAMA
10th May 09, 02:35 PM
i thought elvis ate like fried peanut butter banana bacon or something

peanut butter plus banana plus honey is a winning combo btw

Cullion
10th May 09, 02:35 PM
Yeah he did eat Ciabatta. He just wouldn't have called it Ciabatta. The loaf that you traditionally serve a philly cheese steak in? It's basically a Ciabatta.

I have it on good authority that the very best cheese steaks in Pennsylvania are still served on home-baked bread by Italian American mom-and-pop restaurants who are basically making a slightly large Ciabatta to serve their sandwiches in.

A fool's gold loaf is a hollowed out one of those stuffed with a pound of crispy bacon plus peanut butter and jelly.

like so:-

http://bwzone.files.wordpress.com/2007/12/eat_02.jpg

Elvis first came across it when he was playing some concert in Denver. He used to wash it down with Champagne. He apparently once ordered a huge batch of them, with champagne, to be flown out by private jet for his crew when playing somewhere else in the US.

I tried mine with a bottle of cheap Champagne. I finished the bottle but not the sandwich. I'm sorry I failed you, King.

MJS, this wasn't a regular snack for him, it was a special treat he discovered relatively late in his life. He used to get them sent out from the same Denver restaurant he first discovered them at. They cost like $50 back in the late 60s.

MEGA JESUS-SAMA
10th May 09, 02:35 PM
also i got this stuff from trader joes called PUMPKIN BUTTER and it's pretty much the shit

Robot Jesus
10th May 09, 03:08 PM
http://www.henrymichel.com/pizzaburger.jpg

/thread

Neildo
10th May 09, 03:21 PM
ok. wow. um, definite runner up for most obscene sandwich. i think i had a mild heart attack looking at image 10. fuck.

Cullion
10th May 09, 04:11 PM
Look, I've been to the same site he got that from. That's a cheap trick, d'you hear me ? You know why? because you didn't actually have the stones to cook and eat that motherfucker yourself, and everything I've talked about I actually did.

Yes, I'm angry. We're talking about sammiches here.

Cullion
10th May 09, 04:12 PM
And those are _not_ 'premium' ingredients. Those are overpriced processed shit ingredients. You fucking let me make you a fat-boi sandwich, and then we'll talk about premium ingredients.

Japuma
11th May 09, 01:05 AM
Sub roll + longways sliced hot dogs (2 or 3) + Pit beef or pulled pork + plus coleslaw (hotslaw if you got it) + French fries done in duck fat = The most amazing damn samich evar!

socratic
14th May 09, 09:03 AM
When we were kids we used to make: butter - vegemite - butter - peanut butter - butter - jam - butter - honey sandwiches.

Ah, teenage growth spurt how I miss thee.

I was down for everything except vegemite.

Goddamnit guys, now I'm hungry.

Neildo
14th May 09, 03:41 PM
i had a really bad sandwich at work today. it's a BLAT, bacon lettuce, avocado, and tomato. they sell them at the bar for $12 but i got mine for free, which is good because the lettuce and tomato was all soggy and the mayo made the bread mush, but the crusts were crazy thick and so chewy to the point of being unedible. the avocado, which i do like, was so poorly sliced and placed into the sandwich, i took most of it out. and the bacon is reallly thick, which would be fine if you were eating it with eggs, but in a sandwich it doesn't work. it's impossible to bite cleanly through so you just end up dragging the whole slice out, with a bunch of other stuff. it sucked. my $2 mcchicken made by immigrants was assembled better.

Shawarma
14th May 09, 04:46 PM
My lunch consisted of a baguette with disgusting British bacon, disgusting British sausages and rather good and most likely not British salad.

It was artery-cloggingly good.

Cullion
14th May 09, 05:14 PM
The bacon in your british sandwich was more likely Danish, unless it was a really expensive sammich I think.

Cullion
14th May 09, 05:18 PM
If you want to buy quality british-raised food for home cooking, for meat get the venison and wild birds from the stores and buy vegetables from a market stall. I'm not just saying this from my nutty paleo-health perspective, if you look around you'll see that it makes some sense money wise. It's not as cheap as canned tuna and industrially farmed chicken you roast yourself, but it's cheap enough to be worth it for weekends and special dinners you want to throw for chicks/friends.

High quality British farmed meat like beef and lamb can be very good, but it's really expensive, relatively speaking.

Fruit and vegetables in the chain stores are likely to have a much higher markup and less likely to have been produced anywhere local than on a market stall. Of course, I appreciate that shopping this way will cost you more time.

Zendetta
14th May 09, 06:17 PM
My meal last saturday night was sliced ciabatta, slices of prosciutto, slices of some really good fennel salami, goat cheese, and a variety of nice olives.

Any sammich with avocado is aces in my book.

Spade: The Real Snake
14th May 09, 06:42 PM
I would like to enter Lily's Salad (not that salad you pervs.....) as the most obscene.

NO BACON.

Can you believe it?

Spade: The Real Snake
14th May 09, 06:47 PM
My meal last saturday night was sliced ciabatta, slices of prosciutto, slices of some really good fennel salami, goat cheese, and a variety of nice olives.

Any sammich with avocado is aces in my book.

Don't know if it is still there, but my wife and I used to like to go to the Max's Opera House Cafe', near the Opera House on Van Ness. They used to have an AWESOME Turkey Reuben with the best freshly made coleslaw.

Zendetta
14th May 09, 07:00 PM
Ruebens are fucking GREAT. There might be some truth to that "chosen people" thing, 'cuz, goddam, that is a formidable sammich.

Hell anything with kraut on it is pretty awesome in my book.

Spade: The Real Snake
14th May 09, 07:02 PM
I like making a turkey rueben with coleslaw and russian dressing instead of kraut and 1000 island sometimes.

give it a whirl.

Zendetta
14th May 09, 08:17 PM
you sure like your turkey, don't you, Snake?

After boxing, my sparring partner and I often hit the hot bar at a nearby "gourmet" grocery. Last time he got a huge smoked turkey leg (I usually go for the turkey meatloaf). He looked happier than a pig in shit gnawing on that humungus drumstick.

Spade: The Real Snake
14th May 09, 11:13 PM
I don't eat fish, red meat or pork, so...yeah. Chicken and turkey it is.

Turkey meatloaf rules.

Coat it with a little sweet and sour sauce before baking.

socratic
15th May 09, 01:33 AM
Uh... Why do you only eat fowl?

Toby Christensen
15th May 09, 01:35 AM
How about duck, pheasant, spatchcock and possibly other gamebirds?

Neildo
15th May 09, 05:24 AM
I don't eat fish, red meat or pork, so...yeah. Chicken and turkey it is.

Turkey meatloaf rules.

Coat it with a little sweet and sour sauce before baking.

why no fish? i just had a salmon steak with a white wine cream sauce, green beans, white asparagus, and mashed potatoes. so delicious makes you wanna slap yo momma.

jesus ate fish. are you saying there's something wrong with jesus?

bob
15th May 09, 05:32 AM
Trying to make weight for Sunday comp. Shouldn't have read this thread.

Gods damn you all to a pestilent hell.

Neildo
15th May 09, 05:34 AM
fried chicken and beer.

bob
15th May 09, 05:40 AM
Does anyone know how far I have to run to work off a 50/50 gin and tonic?

Neildo
15th May 09, 05:47 AM
i think that a standard G'n'T has about 200 calories. 1 km oughtta do it. you should be able to do that in like 5 minutes. i say do 2 more laps then come home and have another drink or 2.

Cullion
15th May 09, 06:11 AM
an average adult burns about 100 cals per mile. He'd need to run just over 3 km if he's average weight.

bob
15th May 09, 06:15 AM
back in a minute

Spade: The Real Snake
15th May 09, 08:57 AM
why no fish?
jesus ate fish. are you saying there's something wrong with jesus?
I had an allergic reaction to shellfish and went into anaphylactic shock....so pretty much after that, fish makes me nauseous.

I don't eat duck it is too greasy and pheasant is too gamy tasting. I don't eat quail because they live in our yard and are just too damn cute.

Cullion
15th May 09, 09:19 AM
How come no read meat or pork? Is that 'cos you're avoiding saturated fats or something else health related ?

Neildo
15th May 09, 09:51 AM
shellfish =/ fish. shellfish are basically insects of the sea. that's why it's not kosher. actual fish is much better. i'm very picky about my fish though, it has to be basically still-twitching-fresh if i'm going to eat it. if it smells fishy at all (no pun intended) i don't want it.

EuropIan
15th May 09, 10:36 AM
The bacon in your british sandwich was more likely Danish, unless it was a really expensive sammich I think.
U CUNTS TAEK ALL OUR GUD BACONZ WAAAAH!

Spade: The Real Snake
15th May 09, 01:45 PM
How come no read meat or pork? Is that 'cos you're avoiding saturated fats or something else health related ?

I, for the most part, gave up all meat save poultry after having a suspect ulcer after college, they just didn't sit well with me and digested heavy. When I met my wife a few years later, she was full vegetarian (not vegan) so to quote Jules, "I became a vegetarian too" for about 7 yrs. I began eating poultry a few years ago and have just kept it turkey and chicken since.

Cullion
15th May 09, 02:22 PM
U CUNTS TAEK ALL OUR GUD BACONZ WAAAAH!

Yes, but look what you get in return!

Robot Jesus
15th May 09, 03:32 PM
you misspelled it, it spelled "beer waffles and vodka"

socratic
16th May 09, 08:34 AM
I, for the most part, gave up all meat save poultry after having a suspect ulcer after college, they just didn't sit well with me and digested heavy. When I met my wife a few years later, she was full vegetarian (not vegan) so to quote Jules, "I became a vegetarian too" for about 7 yrs. I began eating poultry a few years ago and have just kept it turkey and chicken since.

You gave up the moist meats that taste really good by themselves for the dry ones that don't. :(

Spade: The Real Snake
16th May 09, 09:42 AM
You gave up the moist meats that taste really good by themselves for the dry ones that don't. :(
I gave up the ones that made me feel ill and seemed harder for me to digest =(

Kiko
17th May 09, 06:16 AM
I had an allergic reaction to shellfish and went into anaphylactic shock....so pretty much after that, fish makes me nauseous.

A friend of mine has the same problem with shell fish. To the extent that at her wedding, she had a reaction to eating just the dip that someone else dunked one of the crab puffs into. If you've got the same thing, then you're actually reacting to the iodine in the shellfish (better avoid stuff like kelp, btw) and you can bypass it by cooking the shellfish twice, but by that time, why bother?

Regular actual fish might not bother you, if you can get past the idea.

bob
17th May 09, 06:19 AM
If you're reacting to iodine then wouldn't you react to iodised salt?

Kiko
17th May 09, 07:07 AM
I don't think it's the same, but I'm mostly going on info from a person who's had anaphylactic episodes and seems to have figured out ways around it or has done research. There's another who has the same problem with garlic and he's not so lucky.

socratic
17th May 09, 08:15 AM
I gave up the ones that made me feel ill and seemed harder for me to digest =(

That's right, the delicious ones :(

Oh well, you can just sauce the shit out of poultry to make it juicy

Spade: The Real Snake
17th May 09, 09:50 AM
If you're reacting to iodine then wouldn't you react to iodised salt?

It isn't necessarily the iodine as it is the muscle protein within the meat.

I can put iodines on cuts, just not eat lobster. I am sure whitefish would be fine to eat, but psychologically, I don't want to take the chance and wind up back in the ER.

Toby Christensen
17th May 09, 11:52 PM
I got an ulcer too, Snake but I just went to some specialists about my digestion and fixed it.

Spade: The Real Snake
19th May 09, 08:21 AM
It wasn't an ulcer. That was the initial diagnosis. I was told it was either a really tiny one that cannot be seen, it was the beginning of one or I was going to have one.
Either way, I voluntarily changed my diet 20 yrs. ago.

Robot Jesus
19th May 09, 09:04 PM
I thought some badass doctor proved that ulcers had nothing to do with diet.

Spade: The Real Snake
20th May 09, 10:36 AM
I thought some badass doctor proved that ulcers had nothing to do with diet.

This was a few years ago.

Cullion
20th May 09, 02:22 PM
So you still avoid the fattier meats just because you're not used to them any more and they'd make you feel sick?

Spade: The Real Snake
20th May 09, 02:50 PM
So you still avoid the fattier meats just because you're not used to them any more and they'd make you feel sick?

That and I consciously avoid them for nutritional reasons.
I don't miss them, although when I smell a nice steak I comment how great it SMELLS then my wife reminds me it would probably kill me.

Cullion
20th May 09, 05:03 PM
Cholesterol issues ?

Spade: The Real Snake
20th May 09, 05:13 PM
Cholesterol issues ?
No not at all.
Just delicate with foods.

Cullion
20th May 09, 05:17 PM
That sounds like a kind of torture. I hope a cure turns up one day.

Spade: The Real Snake
20th May 09, 05:20 PM
That sounds like a kind of torture. I hope a cure turns up one day.

It isn't a big deal, I just don't eat "heavy" or "spicy" foods.
My wife calls it my "delicate British constitution"

Harpy
20th May 09, 05:30 PM
It isn't a big deal, I just don't eat "heavy" or "spicy" foods.
My wife calls it my "delicate British constitution"

You are such a wimp.

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