Tesco Strawberry & Clotted Cream sandwiches to celebrate Wimbledon

June 21, 2011 at 11:31 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments
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I had to laugh this morning when I read that Tesco have launched a strawberries and clotted cream sandwich.

The bizarre sandwich was supposedly invented to celebrate the quintessential British summertime; it’s even packed in a Union Jack designed packet. I’m sure Tesco are hoping Wimbledon spectators will be stopping off to buy one just before entering Centre Court, but I’m not convinced.

strawberry and cream sandwich Tesco

I adore strawberries and cream, however, I’m not sure that making the classic summertime snack into a sandwiching filling is the most appropriate way to celebrate Wimbledon or British summer.

So the big question is will you be including Tesco’s latest sandwich into your lunchtime menu? We all seem to think not, but I would love to hear your thoughts.

And another thing… What is your favourite ‘bizarre’ sandwich choice? Leave a comment to let me know.


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  1. hmm, I’m with you: love strawberries and cream, and rather partial to a sandwich, but together? Having said that, I’ve been converted to Marmite flavoured chocolate, so I guess anything is possible!

    • Haha. I have to agree strawberries and cream is yummy but on a sandwich… not so appealing.
      Although it has got everyone in the office talking which can’t be a bad thing. I’m currently trying to find some more bizarre sandwich fillings.

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