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    Gasp!

    A week today we would be at Gatwick airport (well Hilton for one night)

    We are planning to take a picnic with us on the train..

    Any suggestions?! (I am a veggie)




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    soon be time

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    How about lettuce wraps? Sounds yummy.


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    How about a mufaletta without the meat? Do you eat cheese? That would be quite tasty and is the original picnic sandwich (courtesy of New Orleans).






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    I make this alot during the summer:

    Pasta Andrew;

    1 pound fresh ripe tomatoes cut in wedges

    1 cup(8 ounces) packed fresh basil leaves

    2 cloves chopped garlic

    2-3 Tbsp. olive oil

    8 ounces of Camenzola cheese ( or may substitute brie or fresh parmesian or gargonzola)

    salt, pepper

    6-8 ounces of cooked hot pasta drained

    Place tomatoes, basil, garlic and oil in blender( sometimes I add a good shot of balsamic vinegar too!) Pulse until coarsely chopped but not pureed. Combine cheese and tomatoe mixture in a large bowl and toss with pasta.

    If I'm serving it for dinner I use angel hair pasta and serve it right away, If I'm brining it some where I use a small shaped past like orzo and serve it chilled( room temperature is good too!) Pack some nice crusty bread and peaches plus a bottle of wine and you're set!

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    Egg Mayonaise sandwiches!



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    How exciting! Marks does a lovely vegetable samosa in it's sandwich dept, very yummy














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    Quote Originally Posted by Kate, post: 230698
    Egg Mayonaise sandwiches!
    We booked to travel at first class so dont think we would be popular passengers if we eat egg mayo sandwiches with other fellow passengers!




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    M & S do vegetarian sushi. Or if they still do it, their 3 bean wrap is nice.

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    Pringles




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