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Old 06-14-2012, 02:19 PM   #31
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Buonasera,

There are uncountable sandwiches as well as canapé style open face toasts. Some of my most enjoyed besides the ones I had already mentioned above are:

1. Grilled shrimp salad with home made mayonnaise called Ali Oli ( Evoo, garlic & sea salt ) ...
2. grilled chicken breast marinated in Lemon, with parsley, basil, rosemary, thyme and oregano served with a drizzle of Evoo
3. Bufala di Mozzarella Caprese Salad on canapé or an Italian Baguette
4. Proscuitto di Parma served with bread, verses on it ...
5. Provoletta : melted provolone combined with red bell pepper, green bell pepper melted in oven in clay dish and served on Italian Baguette
6. French style Omelette on French style Baguette with tomato and goat cheese
7. Ventresca ( tuna belly in Evoo ) in Jar only, from Ortiz, Cuca, or Isabel Brands, and put on a Baguette with Sweet red bell peppers roasted or sautéed ...
8. Sautéed Sea Bass with Black Olive Tapenade and tomato on Baguette
9. Falafal in a Pita
10. Gyro in a Pita
11. Calzone ( it is a rolled dough filled with a variety of ingredients and baked )


Have nice evening.
Ciao.
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Old 06-14-2012, 02:30 PM   #32
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French: Jambon Français & Green Peppercorn Dijon

Le Jambon is a French delicate sweet flavored ham and it is exported to the USA ... I pair mine with French Green Peppercorn Mustard and place on French style Baguette ... On rare occasion, I like Swiss or German Black Bread ...

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Old 06-14-2012, 04:38 PM   #33
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A local restaurant makes a sandwich I just love - smoked turkey with white cheddar, apple slices, lettuce, tomato and mayo on cinnamon swirl bread. Jeez, now I want one.
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Old 06-14-2012, 06:01 PM   #34
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There is a small local sandwich shop here that sells a tomato/basil/mozzarella sandwich with a vinaigrette on a crusty ciabatta roll.
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Old 06-14-2012, 08:16 PM   #35
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Instead of the strawberry jam (which I am supposed to make tonight--first I have to go pick the strawberries), I'd use some cranberry salsa!
That's a great idea! I will try that out.

I also do a sandwich with ham, swiss, granny smith apple & crandberry/ mustard sauce on a seasoned, grilled flour tortilla wrapped up.
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I have been on a Thick cut applewood smoked bacon, sliced avocado, bib lettuce, a little horseradish aioli on wheat-berry bread lately. The horseradish really helps cut the richness of the bacon taste, and avo texture.

I see quite a few mentions of apples in the past page or two, on of my ALL TIME Faves is;

NON-Smoked Turkey breast(preferably just roast my own, chill, skin, and slice)
Green Apple Slices
Sliced Camembert, or Brie
Medium sliced vine ripe tomato
Field Greens
Basil Aioli

Either all in a wrap, a lavash, or on a lightly toasted croissant.
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Fo a no meat option; a Summer salad of marinated cubed feta, toamato, cucumber, red onion, and some kalamat olives. The marinade is simply evoo, s+p, fresh basil, rosemary, and oregano and a little balsamic or lime juice. All this sits for at least 4-6 hours, overnight is better. Drain to order, and put inside a Romaine Lined pita pocket, Light and refreshing.

A simple addition of cubed grilled chicken, or some anchovy fillets is nice too.
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Old 06-14-2012, 10:16 PM   #38
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That's a great idea! I will try that out.

I also do a sandwich with ham, swiss, granny smith apple & crandberry/ mustard sauce on a seasoned, grilled flour tortilla wrapped up.
I more or less make cranberry salsa this way:

Cranberry Salsa Recipe - Allrecipes.com

But, I cook it for about 10 minutes and adjust the "heat" to my liking. Always use lime and cilantro.
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Liverwurst smooched on soft,soft white bread with some either butter or mayo and then go fer it
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Old 06-15-2012, 04:39 AM   #40
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Flour tortillas folded over sliced fresh strawberries, brie, and fresh basil, heated till cheese is melted.

Same as above - flour tortillas, spread w/ dijon mustard, topped with thin slices of green apples, gouda cheese, green onions & walnuts. Bacon is optional. Heat till cheese is melted.
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