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Old 05-12-2009, 06:27 PM   #41
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I am actually very happy with plain Subway tuna sandwich. Speaking of which, does anybody have any adea for the subway type bread recipe?
Sounds like you're not into Russyan health bread?
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Old 05-13-2009, 08:02 AM   #42
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Does this count?

I would eat that!! And the fries, with the chocolate shake!!

That is kinda the same idea as these sandwiches.

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Old 07-05-2009, 08:38 PM   #43
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what I do with leftover brisket

First we start with 2 slices of homemade bread



Butter them up properly



Slice up some pepper jack cheese



Slice up some leftover smoked brisket



Break out the Sweet Baby Rays or whatever sauce you like



Layer some cheese and sauce



Add some brisket and more sauce



a little more cheese on top

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Old 07-05-2009, 08:39 PM   #44
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grill to perfection



Slice in half



And wash it down with a nice ice cold Corona

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Old 07-06-2009, 03:29 PM   #45
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Whoops just have to add this one..

Radish Sandwich. Still one of all time favorites.
Best on home made bread or dinner rolls, but regular bread works.

Bread(whatever type), butter, radish, salt.
In rolls I tend to just pop in a whole or a half radish. For regular sandwiches I slice them and layer them on the bread with the butter. Salt(sea salt prefered), enjoy.
Very refreshing, and quite tasty.
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Old 07-06-2009, 05:35 PM   #46
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Got 3 of equal value for me.

1. BLOT (Bacon, Lettuce, onion, and Tomato) 4 slices thick cut smokey bacon, fried until just mildly crispy, 3 slices ripe tomato fresh from garden and placed so theat all of the bread is covered, iceburgh lettuce to fit the bread, Slather on Miracle Whip Sandwich Spread onto 2 slices whole wheat toast, add thinly sliced vidalia onion.

2. Liverwurst with lettuce and thin sliced onion on whole wheat toast, again with Miracle Whip.

3. Super-soft white-bread hoagie, toasted and filled with shredded lettuce, sliced pepperoni (extra slices please), capiacola, cotto salami, and ripe tomatoe slices, drizzled all over with extra virgin ollive oil

Oh, can't forget - Grilled peanut butter and seedless raspberry jelly sandwich, cooked like a grilled cheese sandwich.



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Old 07-06-2009, 05:42 PM   #47
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can't beat a braunswieger sammich!
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Old 07-06-2009, 07:18 PM   #48
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Blue Bell ice cream sandwich, please
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Got 3 of equal value for me.

1. BLOT (Bacon, Lettuce, onion, and Tomato) 4 slices thick cut smokey bacon, fried until just mildly crispy, 3 slices ripe tomato fresh from garden and placed so theat all of the bread is covered, iceburgh lettuce to fit the bread, Slather on Miracle Whip Sandwich Spread onto 2 slices whole wheat toast, add thinly sliced vidalia onion.

2. Liverwurst with lettuce and thin sliced onion on whole wheat toast, again with Miracle Whip.

3. Super-soft white-bread hoagie, toasted and filled with shredded lettuce, sliced pepperoni (extra slices please), capiacola, cotto salami, and ripe tomatoe slices, drizzled all over with extra virgin ollive oil

Oh, can't forget - Grilled peanut butter and seedless raspberry jelly sandwich, cooked like a grilled cheese sandwich.



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GW - You're in my brain! STOP IT!

I am jonesing for the BLOT which is how I normally make them (white vs sweet onion though as the bite goes well with the bacon & tomato), and on #2, no MW, mayo with mustard, and a "thick" slice of onion. What the hay, if I'm going to be breathily offensive, I'm going for the prize :-)

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GW - You're in my brain! STOP IT!

I am jonesing for the BLOT which is how I normally make them (white vs sweet onion though as the bite goes well with the bacon & tomato), and on #2, no MW, mayo with mustard, and a "thick" slice of onion. What the hay, if I'm going to be breathily offensive, I'm going for the prize :-)

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This is too wierd. We're both named Bob, and I've noticed that we have very similar tastes. Then, there's a good freind who I've not seen around as much, who went by the handle - BuckyTom, who could be my spiritual twin, and we share the same birthday.

CI, I think we just share a similar love of the good things.

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