Tuesday, November 15, 2005


Now this is what I call a sandwich - Wensleydale Cheese and Caramelised Carrot Chutney. Get in. And look! They haven't even cut the crusts off! (It's a little known fact outside of Japan, but all sandwiches sold through convenience stores here have the crusts cut off - and no-one knows why. Possibly they're aiming them at vicars who need to throw a tea party in a hurry.)

5 Comments:

Blogger The Funky Drummer said...

These pics are getting me very excited about my return to the motherland.

5:21 pm  
Blogger Soni said...

i forgot about M&S, only an hour ago i saw one of my German house mates eating a pumpernickel sandwich (pumpernickel inside a white roll that is). pumpernickel is actually bread, so she was eating a sandwich with a bread filling... Germany eh?

9:29 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

theres someone who looks just like you but very very small lruking at the rear of the shelf.

I'd be careful on your next return to Blighty. Looks like the body snatchers are lying in wait...

Trevski

7:27 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've had that sandwhich and can agree that it is mighty fine.

Jas, bread on bread is just weird, you should tell that lady that it's just not cricket to mess with the rules of a sandwhich!

(Harriet)

10:56 pm  
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4:02 am  

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