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Old 01-06-2005, 02:17 PM   #1
 
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Build a better sandwich

Here is the idea. Someone starts out with one ingredient, then another person adds to it. You can only post, once every three. When someone thinks the sandwich is done, then they can start another. When you post your ingredient, try to copy/paste what the previous posters added. I'll start one.

Lightly toasted, sandwich-size english muffin

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Old 01-06-2005, 02:24 PM   #2
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Here is the idea. Someone starts out with one ingredient, then another person adds to it. You can only post, once every three. When someone thinks the sandwich is done, then they can start another. When you post your ingredient, try to copy/paste what the previous posters added. I'll start one.

Lightly toasted, sandwich-size english muffin
spread muffin with mayo
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Old 01-06-2005, 02:31 PM   #3
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Re: Build a better sandwich

[Lightly toasted, sandwich-size english muffin[/quote]

spread muffin with mayo[/quote]

add butter lettuce - 3 leaves oughta do it.
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Re: Build a better sandwich

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[Lightly toasted, sandwich-size english muffin
spread muffin with mayo[/quote]

add butter lettuce - 3 leaves oughta do it.[/quote]
Thick wedge of ripe heirloom tomato
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Re: Build a better sandwich

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[Lightly toasted, sandwich-size english muffin
spread muffin with mayo
add butter lettuce - 3 leaves oughta do it.[/quote]
Thick wedge of ripe heirloom tomato[/quote]

some thick canadian bacon, that has been fried
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Re: Build a better sandwich

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[Lightly toasted, sandwich-size english muffin
spread muffin with mayo
add butter lettuce - 3 leaves oughta do it.
Thick wedge of ripe heirloom tomato[/quote]

some thick canadian bacon, that has been fried[/quote]

top with a few thin slices of swiss cheese
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[Lightly toasted, sandwich-size english muffin
spread muffin with mayo
add butter lettuce - 3 leaves oughta do it.
Thick wedge of ripe heirloom tomato[/quote]

some thick canadian bacon, that has been fried[/quote]

and to top it all off...an angus beef hamburger *mouth waters*
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Someone would have to have an awfully big mouth to eat that.. I think i could do it!
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I believe that sandwich is done.
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Add a thin slice of onion and I'll take three of them now.
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