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Favorite sandwich

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Fireman64, Apr 15, 2004.

  1. Fireman64

    Fireman64 REALIST

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    Philly cheese steak.
    Please post you fav. rec.
     
  2. MrsKitty

    MrsKitty

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    Real home-grown tomato;3
     

  3. Mild Bill

    Mild Bill Millennium Member

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    --- Mutton, Lettuce and Tomato sandwich,
    when the mutton is nice and lean, and the tomato is ripe.
    They're so perky. I love that.

    --MiracleMax

    ;c
     
  4. Remander

    Remander

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    Two slices of good French or Italian-style bread, slice of quality mozzerella cheese, FRESH basil leaves, FRESH tomatoe slices. Black pepper to taste.

    Rub a little olive oil on the outside of the bread and "grill" the sandwich in a skillet (while pressed with a lid) or Foreman-type grill until the cheese melts some and the bread gets some crunch.

    Yuuummm!
     
  5. Biker13

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    I call my fav a...BELTCHO!

    Bacon
    Egg (fried)
    Lettuce
    Tomatoe
    Cheese (sharp cheddar)
    Onion

    Served on toasted whole wheat with a bit of
    Dijonaise.

    My own creation...and it lives up to it's name!

    Biker13;c
     
  6. pizzaaguy

    pizzaaguy

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    I'd have to go with sausage, peppers and onions on some good italian bread.
     
  7. lethal tupperwa

    lethal tupperwa

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    A super double steak with mayo,slaw,and pickles.

    I don't think it is on the menu anymore but They made it for me for old times sake.

    At home it is hard to beat a blt with the mayo heavy and the tomatoes still warm form the garden.
     
  8. nickg

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    scrambled egg sandwich with lots of mayo, black pepper, and salt.

    or

    a fresh garden tomato sandwich with the same condiments as above.
     
  9. hispeedlodrag

    hispeedlodrag needs vacation

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    A Panini consisting of:
    white or french bread
    sliced chicken/turkey
    arugula pesto
    pickled bermuda onion
    very thin sliced pear
    fontina
    crumbled blue cheese
    a few arugula leaves
     
  10. pizzaaguy

    pizzaaguy

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    I forgot about the sandwiches AFTER Thanksgiving dinner.

    Gotta be on white toast. LOTSA Hellman's mayo with turkey, dressing and cranberry sauce...OH YEAH!
     
  11. fabricator

    fabricator Got Biodiesel?

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    OOOHHH baby now were talkin, gawd I'd kill for one right now. ;f
     
  12. Dandapani

    Dandapani

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    liverwurst and red onion on a weck.
     
  13. Penman

    Penman Goauche User

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    Silver Grill Special, from the Silver Grill restaurant that used to be in Stevenson, WA: Basically a club sandwich, but instead of turkey they used a breaded, grilled, veal cutlet.

    Second: lots of prosciutto and provolone on focaccia bread
     
  14. Got Glox??

    Got Glox?? Stop Looking

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    Good 'ol fashion ruben on some buttermilk rye bread^7
     
  15. hidden_19

    hidden_19 American Luxury

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    theres a place here called "the sandwich block" they have a samich called the "awful awful" its so loaded with fixins you really have to try and dislocate your jaw to eat it!! ;c
     
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    OMG Biker that sandwich sounds gooood^7


    One of my favorites is the "pizza sandwich" but it uses a sanswich maker. Take tomatoe sauce and spread it on the bread (both pieces),put pepperoni and cheese in the middle. Cook on the sanswich maker and enjoy. Be careful the hot grease from the pepperoni has burned my lip before while in my feeding frenzy. Great with beer.
     
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    noway

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    My favorite sandwich are chicago Italian beefs followed by 2nd Beef Brisket & Corn Beef on Rye with onions.

    A close 3rd are Philly Cheese steaks ( real ones like made in the Philly )
     
  18. Wulfenite

    Wulfenite The King

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    The Carnitas Torta at the local Taqueria

    closely folowed by....

    Togo's #9 Hot Pastrami!!
     
  19. darin2

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    My superbowl sandwich.

    One med/large round sour dough bread loaf
    yellow and red peppers sliced thin
    onion chopped fine
    hidden valley dressing mix in the pouch
    mayonaise
    one pound of good ham
    one pound of cheddar/colby cheese

    Cut the top off of the sour dough loaf like a cap, and set it aside. Hollow out the loaf, removing all the bread, as close to the edges as possible. Mix maynoaise and ranch dressing mix together. Apply it liberally to the inside walls of the loaf. Saute the onions and peppers until soft. Layer the sandwich with ham->onions/peppers->cheese->mayo/ranch mix. Keep building layers in that order until you reach the top. Put the cap back on the bread, wrap it in tin foil, and bake it in the oven on 350 until the cheese is melted. Cut it into wedges and serve warm.
     
  20. Biker13

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    Good God....you got me. I'm gonna try it.
    Biker13;c :)