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Old 11-12-2005, 10:13 AM   #11
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My ex-father-in-law likes sandwiches made with cold navy beans or greasy, cold fried potatoes. I thought that was pretty strange until I read about GB's roomate.
My college roomie's dad (a doctor) used to make "fat sandwiches" out of the crispy fat on grilled steaks.
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Old 11-12-2005, 11:13 AM   #12
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I thought doug's wife's cold green bean sandwich was really strange - till I kept reading! I've led a very sheltered life...
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Old 11-12-2005, 12:43 PM   #13
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We had something that was strange for us. DH wanted a hot dog and we had no bread and no buns. We put the weiner in tortilla, added onions, chili and cheese and it was great. DH used to make an onion sandwich - 2 slices of white bread with mayo and slices of onion. I didn't try that.
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We had something that was strange for us. DH wanted a hot dog and we had no bread and no buns. We put the weiner in tortilla, added onions, chili and cheese and it was great. DH used to make an onion sandwich - 2 slices of white bread with mayo and slices of onion. I didn't try that.
That's not strange at all!! We were in the same situation once, and we decided to use toasted "piadina", Italian flat bread which is almost identical to flour tortilla. Actually we decided it was better than regular "hot dog buns", we have been eating hot dogs this way every since!!
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Old 11-12-2005, 08:30 PM   #15
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My oldest daughter loved mayonnaise sandwiches. Just 2 slices of Wonder Bread with lots of Miracle inside.
One night when she was a little girl, she was saying her prayers. She got through with all her "God blesses", then finished up with, "And thank God for mayonnaise."
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