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Old 03-02-2007, 01:54 PM   #31
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Back when we lived in Oregon, the local pub made me my own sandwich - the "Joanna" ... a rueben with thick cut tomatoes in place of the corned beef. I haven't found a place here yet that will make it for me ...

My second favorite is just plain old sharp cheddar on white bread with real mayo. I knew my hubby was the man for me when he said that was favorite "at home" sandwich!

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Old 03-02-2007, 02:43 PM   #32
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oh, but for a slice of bread to make a sammich...

i am never giving up bread for lent ever again. i was very hungry the other night, and stopped off at wendy's for a classic triple - extra onions and pickles. as i was about to sink my teeth into it, dw reminded me that the bun was bread.
it wasn't quite the same thing eating it with a knife and fork, sans bun.

ok, for sandwiches, i too could not pick just one.

but here's my list: (not in any order of preference)

sausage and peppers parm, extra sauce, on a hollowed out portugese roll.

pastrami reuben, or a corned beef reuben if they're out of pastrami.

balboa - hot roast beast on toasted, buttered garlic bread with raw onions and melted american cheese.

giacomo - roast beast, simmered in brown gravy and fried onions, on toasted semolina bread with melted provolone.

my mom's "brooklyn special" ham sandwich - boiled polish ham on white bread with lettuce, mayo, dill pickles, and doritos. yes, the doritos go on the sandwich.

rotten stinkin' tuna fish - tuna salad with raw onions, tomatoes, and hot peppers on a sesame hard roll or garlic bagel.

the best liver wurst - liverwurst on rye with raw onions and lots of spicy mustard.

chatanooga chicken, aka texas bbq chicken - grilled chicken breast on a hard roll with a grilled ham steak, butter sauteed mushrooms and onions, smothered in bbq sauce.

magherita - prosciutto, roasted red peppers, bufala mozzarella, lots of fresh basil, olive oil, red wine vinegar on an italian hero.

italian classic - prosciutto, salami, capicolla, provolone, mozzarella, lettuce, tomato, onion, oregano, garlic powder, olive oil, and red wine vinegar on an italian hero.

standard blt - hellman's mayo, thick bacon that's not overcooked, fresh tomatoes and romaine from the garden on white bread.

i could go on, but my stomach is complaining very loudly...

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Old 03-02-2007, 03:14 PM   #33
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Ham cappicola/provolone/fried peppers and mustard hero, one of many favs which include corned beef on rye with mustard (todays project), a Papaya King hot dog on a bun with mustard and onions (yesterdays lunch), Cuban sandwiches wit lots of mojito and mayo, etc.......
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Old 03-02-2007, 03:23 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by JoAnn L.
My second favorite sandwich is Miracle Whip between three layers of bread. My Lord, I don't know how I came up with that one. I have done that ever since I was a kid.
I thought I was the only one who did that!! I haven't done that in ages!! I did that when nothing else sounded good....a lot of times just for a snack.
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Old 03-03-2007, 04:13 AM   #35
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fresh crusty bread, salted butter with Roast Beef and homegrown Horse radish.
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Old 03-03-2007, 07:35 AM   #36
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Heres a few I really like

Spicy mince, with tomatoes (or sometimes instead of tomatoes I like to go for passata) and grated cheese, an alltime favourite!

Spicy chicken, with jalapenos, sweetcorn

Tuna mayo, with spring onions and lettuce
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Old 03-04-2007, 02:05 PM   #37
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Originally Posted by lulu
I cannot believe it. You leave it to a Brit to say pbj? I am not mad on sandwhiches, but they are practical, but pbj is something I like. I wish I could get grape jelly more easily. I also like pb, banana and honey.
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Old 03-04-2007, 04:17 PM   #38
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Turkey, american cheese, crisp lettuce and mayo on honey wheat bread,toasted.
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banana and peanut butter between 2 slices of white bread with mayonnaise on it and a glass of milk yuuuummmmmmmm
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Old 03-04-2007, 04:33 PM   #40
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It would have to be a Mancino,s Italian Combo Grinder. I cant even begin to explain it.

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