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    That looks even more vile than dills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
    This is an MANwich thread , not a soppybollocks Neveffeminate gayboy poncy crustless cucumber filled quartered cricketers snack thread
    That's a good one, Flake. Well done.

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    My ideal Manwich = pumpernickle bread, pastrami, roast or corned beef, swiss(Emmental) cheese, asian style three cabbage slaw, creamy sriracha...done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Still have 1/2 one left. Might give it to Chitty, he can put it in his Thai Tapas thread.
    You've inspired my next creation for the legendary TD Tapapistas thread...hmmm...yum....hmmm...yep the plan is formulated. Stay tuned...

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    Last I heard F&B were importing Walkers direct.

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    They were BOGOF from Villa. Theyve got monster munch in there too, although theyre not great on a sarnie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    They were BOGOF from Villa. Theyve got monster munch in there too, although theyre not great on a sarnie
    Tayto Monster Munch (Ireland)[edit]

    Main article: Mighty Munch
    In Ireland, the major potato crisp and corn snack brand Tayto made a spicy flavoured corn snack with the name "Monster Munch". Upon the movement of Walkers into the Irish market in the 1990s, the name "Monster Munch" was purchased from Tayto. Thereafter, Tayto changed the name of their snack to "Mighty Munch" to differentiate between the Tayto and Walker snacks.

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    Manwich.

    An idiomatic noun?
    Vernacular slang?
    Term of corporate copyright?
    Last edited by HuangLao; 21-01-2018 at 06:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Manwich.

    An idiomatic non?
    Vernacular slang?
    Term of corporate copyright?
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    Where did it all go wrong Jeff mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Where did it all go wrong Jeff mate?
    Who knows.
    Your guess is as good as mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    My ideal Manwich = pumpernickle
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    Sorry, but you prompt me to remind you of Fluke's comment: This is an MANwich thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    Sorry, but you prompt me to remind you of Fluke's comment: This is an MANwich thread.
    What...real men don't eat pumpernickle?


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    ^, Hmmm, I don't know. Just Wiki'ed it as your pic is nothing like the pumpernickel my mum used to make and it turns out that these days there are extra leaveners added and wheat flour too, making it a lighter bread than what was traditional.
    Also, my mum didn't bake it but put it in a sealed tin and boiled it for ages.
    But, it seems you're referring to a latter day recipe, so sorry. I can't comment that this modern pumpernickel isn't a man bread as I've never tried it.
    Traditional...not a man bread.

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    Carnegie Deli an institution for 50 years, sadly since closed. Pastrami on rye with the great cole slaw on the side. But a biggy..




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    ^That would work too...Damnit AO you're making me hungry.


    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    Just Wiki'ed it as your pic is nothing like the pumpernickel my mum used to make and it turns out that these days there are extra leaveners added and wheat flour too, making it a lighter bread than what was traditional.
    Yeah I'm talking about Yank versions. I'm sure we've managed to stuff it up. Check this "artisan" out though. You'll love it I'm sure...





    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    Traditional...not a man bread.
    Soooo...tomcat will like it then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    What...real men don't eat pumpernickle?

    That's not real pumpernickel. That's a rye and wheat loaf. Much tastier than real pumpernickel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    That's a rye and wheat loaf. Much tastier than real pumpernickel.
    ^^See the "artisan" in above video. he references Old Milwaukee rye. I guess that's what I really meant instead of pumpernickle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    My ideal Manwich = a good dark rye bread, pastrami, roast or corned beef, swiss(Emmental) cheese, asian style three cabbage slaw, creamy sriracha...done
    fixed...

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    Met an american bird once. She was a pumpernickel. She was so hot, the entire knee trembler only cost me $1.25

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    They were BOGOF from Villa. Theyve got monster munch in there too, although theyre not great on a sarnie
    I beg to differ on that statement..


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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Pastrami on rye with the great cole slaw on the side
    ...inhaled one of these NY Yid specials years ago...served with tangy garlic dill pickle slices: irresistible...my gaywiches these days tend to be either gently fried egg topped with slivers of cheddar, thinly sliced pork loin and sprinkled generously with Tabasco sauce or smoked salmon, black-peppered cream cheese, capers, thinly sliced red onion and a drizzle of lime juice...both constructed on a Paul baguette...
    Last edited by tomcat; 22-01-2018 at 06:42 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    .inhaled one of these NY Yid specials years ago
    beats the snot out of matzo balls and gefilte fish...

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