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€3,700 June 14, 2016

Posted by WorldbyStorm in Uncategorized.
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The report at the weekend in the SBP that the Taoiseach’s office spent €3,700 on food during the negotiations with ‘coalition wannabes’, i.e. the Independents, is kind of telling. A cynic might say that for Enda Kenny it was worth every penny.

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1. Gerryboy - June 14, 2016

My mammy used to make mashed banana sandwiches in the morning for my school lunchbox when I was a freckled lad in short trousers. Strawberry jam sandwiches were an alternative. “€3,700 on food during the negotiations” – it’s nice catering business if you can get it. BTW: A visiting friend recently gave me a present of vacuum packed Wild Atlantic Smoked Salmon, which only cost €2.50 in Supervalu. It made six sandwiches with homegrown lettuce and purchased cucumber and some chutney spread on it for added flavour. I drank a bottle of Bulmers cider. Ah these sunny days of cider with Rosie and smoked salmon cucumber sandwiches…

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WorldbyStorm - June 14, 2016

Yum. Just in sandwiches my gran used to make mine when I was a little kid , she was English born in 1912 and the war had an impact on her thinking – marmite sandwiches , sugar sandwiches and there was even more unusual combinations .

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Dr. X - June 15, 2016

When we lived in Newfoundland in the late ’70s, we were introduced to the delights of the ketchup sandwich and the mustard sandwich.

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2. roddy - June 14, 2016

Anytime there are too many spuds boiled in our house,Mrs Roddy fries them up the next day and very good they taste too.This was a common occurence when I was growing up too.Generations of South Derry women seem to have passed this trick on to their daughters!

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WorldbyStorm - June 14, 2016

+1

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3. gendjinn - June 14, 2016

When will they be releasing the cost of the bar bill?

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WorldbyStorm - June 14, 2016

Heheh, someone should FOI it

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4. makedoanmend - June 14, 2016

Bananas, sugar and marmite sandwiches in one’s youth.

When I were young we was lucky to get saw dust between two pieces of damp newspaper for school dinner!

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WorldbyStorm - June 15, 2016

🙂

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FergusD - June 15, 2016

All in the same sandwich! Banana AND strawberry jam, marmite AND cheese. Gastronomy.

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botheredbarney - June 15, 2016

an iron stomach

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5. Joe - June 15, 2016

We were simple people. My ma made me cheese sandwiches. She’d put the cheese through a grater yoke so it would come out in thin, spaghetti-like pieces. The class bully would corner me at lunchtime and demand (at least) one of my spaghetti cheese sandwiches. Bar steward.

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