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Old 10-11-2009, 06:23 PM   #11
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I used a kaiser roll, put down some simple cole slaw (thin sliced cabage with mayo) tomato, korean bulgogi (thin sliced meat marinated in soy, garlic, onion and sugar) lettuce and Korean sasame leaves (they have a bit of a kick.
YUMM! I know I would have liked that sandwich! Looks terrific!
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That sure looks yummy, and I bet it tasty that way too!
thank you vb!!
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YUMM! I know I would have liked that sandwich! Looks terrific!
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