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An opportunity such as this is once in a lifetime for a Risk Manager," said Sarnie.
It's incredible if you think about what we've been able to do so far," says Sarnie, 41, a Boston native who's Engelhard's director of risk management, insurance and security and oversees those concerns for 100 locations, including 45 manufacturing plants in countries ranging from Brazil to South Africa and China.
No, we've gone for a more literal approach by stuffing this sarnie with a pound of lard, death cap mushroom topping and a flavoursome arsenic mayonnaise.
I've met all sorts of folk in my adventures, from snipers, adult film actors and circus performers to gangsters and toilet roll reps - yet not once have I encountered a person who professes to make sarnies for a living.
The children shared a ham salad and egg mayo sarnie (pounds 3.
With their sublime smell and terrific taste, the humble bacon sarnie is still the nation's favourite "guilty" food, despite the growing popularity of exotic, spicy dishes.
THIS is one of the most basic stylish sarnies you can do.
So as hungry customer came in off the streets for their sarnies, they were greeted by the world's favourite young singer asking them if they wanted white, brown or a baguette.
The super-sized sarnie - which contains sliced pork and pastry, hard-boiled egg, lettuce, tomatoes and salad cream - has been created for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
EX-Red, Sammy Lee hugging a friend in Old Hall Street and telling her "I'm off to grab a sarnie.
sizzling Sausage sarnie king Andrew Jones with Carol Thatcher IT'S official: Huddersfield butcher Andrew Jones is the king of the sausage sarnies