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    Re: Cheese and ham.....

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    Re: Cheese and ham.....

    Quote Originally Posted by mrbeige
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    & the bread?? come on more detail needed!!
    That one was on some Waitrose French stick, but I prefer Tesco Finest Oat bread.....Also it had Tesco's version of Olivio spread.
    Its all gone downhill now!!! Not real butter?? Crazy insane!!

    Do like the oaty breads tho
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    Re: Cheese and ham.....

    You lot crack me up

    Many a great thread has been on the whole Ham and Cheese combo

    keep it up, made me smile
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    Re: Cheese and ham.....

    Quote Originally Posted by vwchick
    You lot crack me up

    Many a great thread has been on the whole Ham and Cheese combo

    keep it up, made me smile
    Of course! Cheese and ham are the work of the gods....especially cheese and ham
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    Re: Cheese and ham.....

    I had a round of corned beef and Branston Picalilli on Tesco Finest wholemeal and a round of brie. I
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    Re: Cheese and ham.....

    Quote Originally Posted by mrbeige
    extra mature cathedral city chedder
    Extra mature? That stuff is tasteless rubber

    Now, for a proper cheese and ham sandwich, it has to be constructed as follows:-

    - 2 x 11.83mm thick slices of the freshest of the freshest bread - Seeded batch, 'best of both', 'mighty white', wholemeal, your choice.

    French stick is not proper bread and therefore not permitted. The stuff is crusty and hard and mashes the insides of your mouth. Banned.

    - 1.2 ounces of cow's milk BUTTER, not some nasty spread.

    - 3 x slices of gourment ham, of the correct 2.67mm thickness.

    You don't want chopped and shaped crap, or that wafer thin watered down schitt.....or blue and white stripey mechanically reformed poo either. Just proper meat from a proper joint please.

    Now, this is the critical bit, the cheddar.
    Many a ham and cheese sandwich has been ruined by a sheddy choice of cheddar imo, and all this "Cathedral City", "Pilgrim's choice", "Seriously Strong" stuff comes from the same, commericialised "mild rubber" mould imo! So......

    - 2 x layers of Tesco Finest Canadian Vintage, of the requisite 2.93mm thickness

    - 8 x 0.8mm shavings of Tesco finest Parmigiano Reggiano.

    - 4 x 3mm thick slices of Finest Italian Vine tomatoes (no watery, tasteless english crap please).

    - 3 x 0.5mm rings of red onion

    - 2 ounces of Classic pesto

    - 2 ounces of Hellmans mayo (no own brand stuff!), has to be Hellmans.

    - A sprinkling of fresh chives.

    - A twist of salt and black pepper

    Now THAT is a ham and cheese sarnie ;-)
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    Re: Cheese and ham.....

    Some good technical advice there, i've made this a sticky for future reference.

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    Re: Cheese and ham.....

    Is there a Branston pickle alternative/recipe there Kev.

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    Re: Cheese and ham.....

    Worms...can of!

    Seriously though, I do agree with said cheesewire with regards to the cheese. Not my choice, (mrsbeige is to blame for that) but in reality cheese is awesome, no matter what form it takes, with ham coming a very close second.
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    Re: Cheese and ham.....

    That Cathedral City stuff is good when coupled with a slice of Golden Delicious. But otherwise its sh*te.

    Have also recently discovered ham and twiglets. Beefy ham!
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