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Old 07-28-2011, 12:41 AM   #11
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Turkey breast or smoked turkey breast with a slice or two of Swiss cheese or cheese of choice, sliced tomatoes, lettuce, etc. with a little mayonnaise and mustard on rye, pumpernickel, roll, or baguette.

Sliced hard boiled eggs with tomatoes and mayonnaise on any bread listed above.

A great sandwich I had in Paris many times:
Canned tuna in oil, drained and flaked, tomatoes, black olives, sliced hard boiled egg on top (don't remember if there's any lettuce). All drizzled with a vinaigrette. Served on a crusty baguette.
I want THAT tuna sandwich!

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I want THAT tuna sandwich!
Preferably in Paris!

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Old 07-28-2011, 07:42 AM   #13
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I think a lot of these suggestions may possibly leave bread soggy....packed lunch for work? I'm thinking of things like ham and cheese.....Tomatoes are full of water ...
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When I take a sandwich along for lunch, I usually pack the bread and fillings separately and assemble them just before eating. This time of year, my favorite is Avocado and Tomato Sandwich with lettuce. Iput the mayo/mustard blend on the bread slices and close them together. When I'm ready to eat, I carefully separate the bread slices and make the sandwich.

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