JB74 wrote (see)
Wilkie as i put in one of the other posts Fresh Sandwiches or a week old , which one would you buy ??????????????????????
I very rarely buy a sandwich, but, (as I said in one of the other posts), I would look at the use-by date. I wouldn't know how long they had been in there in any case.
Why are you so worried about what your colleague eats? Have you been pinching his sarnies?
Possibly wilkie depends how hungry i become lo
As a probably irrelevant aside, I keep bread in the freezer, which for breakfast toast is fine.
I prefer rolls for lunch. Freeze them too. But not the fillings.
Sorry. Carry on...
Waitrose have put a right spanner in the works of my lunchtime routine. They've stopped providing the salad bar till the refurbishment is complete in September.
The new veggie diet's going well though. Mushroom, leek and cheese omelette this evening and saute potatoes w/ red pepper, spring onions, garlic & ginger. Nice!
One of my favourite veggie meals is wild mushroom, spinch and goat's cheese tart. you have to make it with filo pastry though - a bit like a variation of Spanikopita I suppose.
As for week old sarnies - each to their own I suppose.
week old sarnies? ewwwwwwwww, plus i'm not organised enough to know what i want to eat 5 days in advance, the night before yes but not a week in advance! Plus i usually like loads of salad cream on my sangers so they would just be a big soggy mess by the end of the week!
Out of interest, what's in his sandwiches JB?
I too marmite but that's another thread I think
Peter Everitt wrote (see)
I keep my bread in the fridge. The marg is also kept in the fridge. So are many things I might have as sandwich fillings. They may as well be combined! I might give it a go..
I think that's a great idea...I barely ever remember to make my lunch the nightbefore, and when i do half the time i forget and leave it in the fridge at home...now if I made it all on sunday then took one big bad to work on monday that'd be perfect!
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