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OK then, if it's really gross. But skip the second cleaning and just hold out for the hardwood.

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Posted to Thread #18268 at 5:17 am on May 26, 2010

By the way Amanda, when I served cheezz's cucumber sandwiches it was with my regular sandwiches of Salmon Rillettes, which I can't recommend highly enough, as a spread or as a sandwich filling. It's in T&T. But egg salad is a favorite of mine too. Like Deviled Eggs--you don't see it much but when you make it people go crazy for it.

For the salmon sandwiches, you would buy sturdy sliced white bread, spead thinly with soft butter, and fill 2 slices generously with the salmon mixture while it is still soft. If you have extra chives, sprinkle on a layer so you will have a green stripe when you cut the sandwiches. Refrigerate overnight so the butter will firm up, then cut off the crusts and cut into triangles. (Save the salmony crusts for the sraff!)


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