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Old 04-11-2016, 07:46 AM   #51
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Okay, Creative... let's make a deal.

I'll send you a couple of those kick-butt American sandwiches that you see on the TV and you send me some of your traditional pub style fish 'n chips from your local chippy.

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Ha... DEAL!!!! If only.... (sighs)...
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Old 04-11-2016, 09:35 AM   #52
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+1 Well said, Silversage.
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Old 04-12-2016, 03:51 AM   #53
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Okay, Creative... let's make a deal.

I'll send you a couple of those kick-butt American sandwiches that you see on the TV and you send me some of your traditional pub style fish 'n chips from your local chippy.

Deal????


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Count me in on this deal!



The only sandwich I really like is a Turkey sandwich on a white roll, with some lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheddar cheese, mayo and mustard. I'm not a really big sandwich person, unless I make a tuna melt or a grilled cheese at home. Otherwise I'm convinced the best tasting sandwich can only be made at a fast food place. I'm reduced to eating at Subway now, but I still remember how good those Togo turkey sandwiches were.
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Old 04-12-2016, 05:19 AM   #54
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The only sandwich I really like is a Turkey sandwich on a white roll, with some lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheddar cheese, mayo and mustard. I'm not a really big sandwich person, unless I make a tuna melt or a grilled cheese at home. Otherwise I'm convinced the best tasting sandwich can only be made at a fast food place. I'm reduced to eating at Subway now, but I still remember how good those Togo turkey sandwiches were.
I recently had a deluxe turkey sandwich from an artisan bakery. The very fresh bread had cranberries in it and the turkey came with a good quality coleslaw. The combination was amazing!

Anything you buy from a fast food outlet could surely be made at home...and maybe even better?
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I recently had a deluxe turkey sandwich from an artisan bakery. The very fresh bread had cranberries in it and the turkey came with a good quality coleslaw. The combination was amazing!

Anything you buy from a fast food outlet could surely be made at home...and maybe even better?
You would think so but to me, a sub sandwich is sort of like a hamburger from Micky D's or Jack in the Box. The never taste the same at home as they do when you spend $7 or $8 on them.
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Favorites are BLT, Sloppy Jo and then sliced ham on a bun with swiss chess melted on top.
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Old 08-06-2016, 04:41 PM   #57
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1. Monte Cristo, with strawberry preserves and a mixed berry salad

2. Mushroom cheesesteak hoagie with pepperoncini

3. bacon, lettuce and tomato club. In order for it to be a club, it has to have 3 slices of bread and be cut in quarters
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Old 08-07-2016, 12:46 PM   #58
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Wholemeal bread, cooked ham on the buttered piece of bread, then hard boiled egg sliced, or thing slices of chicken, then slices of tomato then shredded crisp lettuce on a piece of wholemeal bread with mayo. One of those is a complete dinner!

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1. Monte Cristo, with strawberry preserves and a mixed berry salad
LOVE Monte Cristo, haven't made one in forever. Beloved wife is Jewish, and, while we have a pre-marriage negotiated agreement on shellfish (she is from Maryland originally and we agree we can't cut crab out of the diet) I did agree to cut pork out of the diet.

Not that I can't eat it, and when she is away on business, I usually have a PORK FESTIVAL, but day to day I don't like cooking something she can't eat, and a monte cristo without the ham is kind of lame. Ah well, next time she has a trial in California....

One of my favorites is simple, but beloved. When I have fresh sourdough made I always get the ingredients this.

Sourdough bread, sliced thick, sometimes *lightly* toasted, depending on my mood
fresh mozzarella cheese, sliced
fresh tomatoes, sliced
fresh basil
GOOD balsamic vinegar, just a drizzle

great refreshing summer sandwich.

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One of my favorites is simple, but beloved. When I have fresh sourdough made I always get the ingredients this.

Sourdough bread, sliced thick, sometimes *lightly* toasted, depending on my mood
fresh mozzarella cheese, sliced
fresh tomatoes, sliced
fresh basil
GOOD balsamic vinegar, just a drizzle

great refreshing summer sandwich.

TBS
I do love a good caprese salad, or sandwich. I like red wine vinegar on mine.
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