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Old 03-04-2007, 04:56 PM   #41
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Enjoy, besides everyone has their taste for a sandwich.

1. Get 2 pieces of bread out, get out four strips of bacon. A flat pan, some chopped lettuce, and some sliced tomato.

2. Get the flat pan on medium, put your four strips of bacon on it and let fry untill it is cooked, about 15 minutes, or it is slightly browned.

3. Get the bacon off the pan onto a plate. Get out your two pieces of bread and put the bacon on it. Then put on your sliced tomato.

4. Add your chopped lettuce to the bacon and tomato, and cover with the other piece of bread, then put on a plate.

5. Serves one.

6. Enjoy

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Old 03-04-2007, 05:33 PM   #42
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I forgot Maid Rites!

And grilled polish sausage on a toasted bun with melted mozzerella, mustard and kraut.

Oh, and Italian beef on crusty Italian bread with mustard and pepperoncini!

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Old 03-04-2007, 08:09 PM   #43
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I cannot live without bread. Sad but true so the Akins diet aint for me unfortunately.

So in no particular order here are my very favourite sammie fillers and I too cannot list just one.

1/ A mix of shredded chicken, mayo, capers, lemon zest/juice and heaps of black pepper.

2/ Curried egg and watercress, heaps of pepper.

3/ Triple Onion and Beef....cheese and onion spread (our own) red onion rings, onion marmalade and rare roast beef. Heaps of pepper.

4/ Chicken, cranberry jelly, brie, and iceberg lettuce. Moderate pepper..lol

5/ BLAT but only in late summer/early autumn when the tomato's are at their finest. I use the avocado in a mayo and heaps of black pepper is mandatory. Oh, and I now use arugula/rucola/rocket instead of regular lettuce.

6/ Bacon, shredded chicken, avocado, lettuce and aioli.

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Old 03-05-2007, 01:03 AM   #44
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I love smoked turkey salami with gherkins, jalepenos, mayo, bbq sauce in brown bread.
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Old 03-05-2007, 01:59 AM   #45
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Why do you have a problem finding grape jelly?
Its less easy to find outside north America! We have great jams in Europe but I guess most of the grapes must still go into wine. That said, I should just make some You can get it, I not want to suggest it is like the gold at the end of the rainbow, but effort is usually required!
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Old 03-05-2007, 02:31 AM   #46
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Anything with egg in it - mashed hard boiled eggs with mayonnaise, butter, salt & pepper, omelette with light soya sauce & pepper, onion & egg omelette etc. Also luncheon meat with thinly sliced cucumber.
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Old 03-05-2007, 08:49 AM   #47
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Grilled Cheese!!
Made with homemade whole wheat bread, real butter on the outside, a really nice mustard with horseradish on the inside, thinly sliced Jarlesburg Swiss cheese, toasted to perfection in my vintage waffle/sandwich maker.

Followed closely by my version of a BLT; local smoked bacon, mayo, whole wheat toast, home grown tomato and fresh spinach leaves. I can only make these in the Fall when I have fresh tomatoes and spinach, that also makes them so special!
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Old 03-09-2007, 10:13 PM   #48
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Toasted peanut butter and banana. My all tim fav.
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Old 03-10-2007, 07:36 AM   #49
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My fav "comfort" sandwiches are-hard salami and american cheese on any type of bread with yellow mustard and the old "if you don't et what I'm making for dinner "it' cream cheese and grape jelly sandwich on white bread- like that was ever really a punishment for me!
I also love a good Monte cristo-haven't had one in years.Grilled cheese with american and munster and -hmmm like everyone else- there are sooo many.
Hope we all enjoy our favortites soon!!!!
Poor Bucky, I know your pain of giving up a favorite for lent. One year I gave up coffee and after the second week my husband and kids told me God would forgive ME for drinking coffee again but, He probably wouldn't forgive THEM for killing me- I guess I was a little bit irriatable!!!
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Old 03-10-2007, 07:45 AM   #50
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For me, lately, it's arugula,bacon, and tomato on multi grain toast.With mayo, no butter, of course.

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