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  1. #1
    Jim Elbrecht Guest

    Default Swedish Sandwich cakes?

    This is one of those things that I look at and think-- "nice. . . .
    but I don't think I'd ever make one."
    http://www.thekitchn.com/smrgstrta-r...-cakes-164638?

    I kind of want to say -'Pick a side-- be a cake or a sandwich.'

    I want a sandwich I can pick up-- and a 'cake' should be desert.

    That said-- it *would* be a conversation piece.
    http://paninihappy.com/celebrating-4...-smorgastarta/

    Jim

  2. #2
    sf Guest

    Default Re: Swedish Sandwich cakes?

    On Mon, 17 Sep 2012 08:06:14 -0400, Jim Elbrecht <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > This is one of those things that I look at and think-- "nice. . . .
    > but I don't think I'd ever make one."
    > http://www.thekitchn.com/smrgstrta-r...-cakes-164638?
    >
    > I kind of want to say -'Pick a side-- be a cake or a sandwich.'
    >
    > I want a sandwich I can pick up-- and a 'cake' should be desert.
    >
    > That said-- it *would* be a conversation piece.
    > http://paninihappy.com/celebrating-4...-smorgastarta/
    >


    Aren't Europeans famous for eating sandwiches with a knife and fork?
    If that is the case (or maybe it's "was" now), then a sandwich "cake"
    would seem reasonable. IMO, it's no more odd than those so called
    cheesecakes people serve as an appetizer and it's certainly prettier.

    example:
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html

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  3. #3
    gloria p Guest

    Default Re: Swedish Sandwich cakes?

    On 9/17/2012 6:06 AM, Jim Elbrecht wrote:
    > This is one of those things that I look at and think-- "nice. . . .
    > but I don't think I'd ever make one."
    > http://www.thekitchn.com/smrgstrta-r...-cakes-164638?
    >
    > I kind of want to say -'Pick a side-- be a cake or a sandwich.'
    >
    > I want a sandwich I can pick up-- and a 'cake' should be desert.
    >
    > That said-- it *would* be a conversation piece.
    > http://paninihappy.com/celebrating-4...-smorgastarta/
    >
    > Jim
    >



    I bet it's delicious. IME Swedish food is very fresh and very good.

    gloria p

  4. #4
    Gary Guest

    Default Re: Swedish Sandwich cakes?

    sf wrote:
    >
    > Aren't Europeans famous for eating sandwiches with a knife and fork?


    Did you mispell "infamous?"
    If so, they're all a bunch of damn weirdos! WTH?
    Their european table manners highly annoy me too...the knife in left hand
    cutting and scooping. the fork put in mouth upside down -Used as a spear,
    and not for scooping food into their arrogant mouths.

    Just the culinary nonsense of europeans is why people came to america long
    ago...to get away from all that stupid annoying stuff.

    G.

    sf knows I tease, I hope all you non-americans realize that too.
    As usual though, I tease with a bit of real feelings.
    That upside down fork eating thing really does bother me.

  5. #5
    sf Guest

    Default Re: Swedish Sandwich cakes?

    On Mon, 17 Sep 2012 17:05:20 -0400, Gary <[email protected]> wrote:

    > sf wrote:
    > >
    > > Aren't Europeans famous for eating sandwiches with a knife and fork?

    >
    > Did you mispell "infamous?"
    > If so, they're all a bunch of damn weirdos! WTH?
    > Their european table manners highly annoy me too...the knife in left hand
    > cutting and scooping. the fork put in mouth upside down -Used as a spear,
    > and not for scooping food into their arrogant mouths.
    >
    > Just the culinary nonsense of europeans is why people came to america long
    > ago...to get away from all that stupid annoying stuff.
    >
    > G.
    >
    > sf knows I tease, I hope all you non-americans realize that too.
    > As usual though, I tease with a bit of real feelings.
    > That upside down fork eating thing really does bother me.


    Here's a little history for you
    http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2...english-manner

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    Food is an important part of a balanced diet.

  6. #6
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Swedish Sandwich cakes?

    On Sep 17, 4:05*pm, Gary <g.maj...@att.net> wrote:
    >
    > sf wrote:
    >
    > > Aren't Europeans famous for eating sandwiches with a knife and fork?

    >
    > Did you mispell "infamous?"
    > If so, they're all a bunch of damn weirdos! *WTH?
    > Their european table manners highly annoy me too...the knife in left hand
    > cutting and scooping. the fork put in mouth upside down -Used as a spear,
    > and not for scooping food into their arrogant mouths.
    >
    > Just the culinary nonsense of europeans is why people came to america long
    > ago...to get away from all that stupid annoying stuff.
    >
    > G.
    >
    > sf knows I tease, I hope all you non-americans realize that too.
    > As usual though, I tease with a bit of real feelings.
    > That upside down fork eating thing really does bother me.
    >
    >

    Didn't we have this conversation a few months ago? The Europeans
    think we're weird for the doing the knife and fork switcheroo when we
    cut meat.


  7. #7
    Michael Kuettner Guest

    Default Re: Swedish Sandwich cakes?

    "sf" wrote in message news:[email protected]..

    > Aren't Europeans famous for eating sandwiches with a knife and fork?

    <snip>
    Please post some recipes for European sandwiches.

    Thanks,

    Michael Kuettner



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