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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.


    I can't wait to see your photos.

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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).
    Life is fragile. Each day really does matter. Live, live, live! Remember to love and let love, too.

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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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