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Old 11-29-2004, 11:49 AM   #1
 
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What is the Lunch Wagon bringin'?

I am going to make a turkey salad melt sammich (yes, turkey again!)

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Old 11-29-2004, 11:52 AM   #2
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As long as the nuker in the break room is working, Turkey Tetrazzini (yes, turkey leftovers here too!). I also have a peach yogurt and Granny Smith apple.
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I think I am going out for Indian food.
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Old 11-29-2004, 11:55 AM   #4
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I thought about the turkey salad melt sammich, too. Having never made it, I assume it's pretty much the same as tuna salad? I figured I'd chop the turkey up and add a little mayo, a little sour cream, dill relish, a touch of mustard, etc. I only have colby cheese right now which doesn't melt very well, but it should do the trick! Dang it, now I'm hungry!
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I thought about the turkey salad melt sammich, too. Having never made it, I assume it's pretty much the same as tuna salad? I figured I'd chop the turkey up and add a little mayo, a little sour cream, dill relish, a touch of mustard, etc. I only have colby cheese right now which doesn't melt very well, but it should do the trick! Dang it, now I'm hungry!
sowwy Damp!

I make mine with alittle mayo and Miracle Whip, chunked leftover turkey, chopped celery, finely chopped green onion, finely chopped dill pickle, and alittle mustard....and salt and pepper to taste! I like mine on rye bread, but I'm using 'Limpa' bread (swedish... grandma sent some home with me). For the cheese, I have both provolone and swiss, not sure what I'm going to use yet.
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Old 11-29-2004, 12:30 PM   #6
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Peanut Brittle. I bought some at the store today for an evening treat. Unfortunately I decided to sample some, and it became "lunch." That should drive a few dieticians up the wall.
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Peanut Brittle. I bought some at the store today for an evening treat. Unfortunately I decided to sample some, and it became "lunch." That should drive a few dieticians up the wall.
hey, whatever works Otter! I like to make that for Christmas gifts for coworkers. I put it in a really special holiday tin with ribbon.
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Old 11-29-2004, 12:40 PM   #8
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Coney dogs and chili fries!!


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Cream of Wheat with butter, sugar, and milk
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Old 11-29-2004, 03:14 PM   #10
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chicken fingers and onion rings with a Cheerwine
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Ham on a yeast roll with butter, greenbean cass., & mac & cheese. I'm still working on leftovers. :oops:
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Ham and cheese omelet and a diet pepsi.
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smoked gouda cheese, rosemary triscuit crackers, salami, applesauce, an orange, and iced tea
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I'm going to have a salad, since I plan on making sketti for deener.
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Old 11-30-2004, 11:45 AM   #16
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tuna hero with raw onions, bag o' chips, and a diet coke.
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smoked gouda cheese, rosemary triscuit crackers, salami, applesauce, an orange, and iced tea
Sierra, do you like the rosemary triscuits? I had them with our munchies on Thanksgiving and my SIL and I thought they tasted like oregano, not rosemary. I was a little disappointed.
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Old 11-30-2004, 12:12 PM   #18
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Oh, I'm having cheese and crackers, veggies and dip, some turkey slices and a yogurt. Yes, I'm still on leftovers too!
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Last nights spaggetts.
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Turkey Bacon Melt sandwiches. The more I try to use the turkey up, the less I use! Better cook extra bacon!
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