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    Here are a few of my favourites:

    Fresh berries and cream
    Cucumbers marinated in vinegar, salt and pepper
    Crusty sourdough bread with cheese/chutney/basil
    Chips and dip, especially home-made dill feta dip
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    Tomato sliced thick with balsamic vinegar, basil and pepper
    Poached egg with wholemeal bread, cherry tomato's and mushrooms
    Cooked Oatmeal with berries and cinnamon
    Half an avacado with salt and pepper
    Seaweed Crackers with brie, quince paste, tomato and muscles

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    tomato sauce and spaghetti!

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    Default Re: Best simple food

    Quote Originally Posted by pacific breeze
    Here's a few of my favourites:

    Fresh berries and cream
    Cucumbers marinated in vinegar, salt and pepperCrusty sourdough bread with cheese/chutney/basil
    Chips and dip, especially home-made dill feta dip
    Oh, I love these!! My favorite Chinese restaurant serves them before the meal and I'm usually the only one in the group who likes them, so they all get passed to me! YUM!!!

    I'll take a nice ripe tomato sliced up with just a touch of salt any day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lani
    Tomato sliced thick with balsamic vinegar, basil and pepper
    love that one! i also add feta sometimes to give it a bit more kick, plus i bet it'd be lovely w some chevre.
    fruits and veggies
    apple and ham sandwich w honey mustard
    soup from a can / the soup to go's from lipton's
    jewish bagels
    the list goes on and on lol

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    Here's more: new potatoes with dill, freshly shelled peas with mint, fresh corn with butter and salt

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    Ciabatta bread with olive oil, salt, and rosemary.
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    I love crusty bread with oliva oil and balsamic vinegar. Dipping the bread in.
    Avacado is from heaven, can't eat enough of it.
    Crackerbread with guacamole.
    Not really simple cos it takes a while but oven-baked potato with cheese and beans... Mmm getting hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacific breeze
    Here are a few of my favourites:

    Fresh berries and cream
    Cucumbers marinated in vinegar, salt and pepper
    Crusty sourdough bread with cheese/chutney/basil
    Chips and dip, especially home-made dill feta dip
    Love 'em too! There is a chain down here called Wolfie Cohen's and they serve this at the table along with pickles and non-dairy cole slaw. So good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahtaste777
    Crackerbread with guacamole.
    What is crackerbread? i am trying to imagine a sort of cross between cracker and bread but i can't see it lol

    edit i looked it up and they look much like crackers but are bigger than wee crackers i think

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    My granny serves fresh summer cucs marinated in Vingar, salt and pepper with some sourcream. Good.,
    Also fresh, vine ripe tomato w/cheese, mayo, salt and pepper on white bread.

    Ever tried Fritos and cream cheese?
    How about a french fries dipped in vanilla milkshake?

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    What is crackerbread? i am trying to imagine a sort of cross between cracker and bread but i can't see it lol
    Yes it's less dense than a cracker, more airy! And really delicious.

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    My mum does a version of the cucumbers. She serves them with cream and plenty of salt and pepper. Don't think she uses vinegar though. It's very good.

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    Sourdough slices with avacado, ham and sour cream
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    Sliced vine-fresh tomatoes - shredded fresh basil leaves - crumbled feta cheese - drizzle of olive oil - fresh crusty french bread. Fit for a queen.
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