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    What is your Favorite sandwich?

    Self explanatory...

    Mine;
    Soft plane Bagel lightly toasted
    Red pepper ring
    Roasted turkey
    Provolone
    Regular Mayo - light on top half
    Polish Mustard on bottom half

    Put in salamander, 1st half mayo and cheese. 2nd half red pepper on turkey - cheese bubbles, smoosh together and done. Ah simple pleasure.
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    Fresh Italian bread from the local bakery
    VERY thinly sliced maple-honey turkey breast
    Extra sharp chedder cheese (has to be white, not that awful looking orange color!)
    Very light sprinkling of ground black pepper

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    Chicken salad crossisant.

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    Eggplant! a recipe from a great veggie cookbook.

    Slices of raw eggplant are coated in cheese/egg; fried/drained; and put with tomato and onion (maybe lettuce) on Italian bread with a totally delicious spread - equal parts of mayo and hot mustard mixed with finely chopped garlic. My favorite sandwich ever.


    ETA: Salamander, Seanibu??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spun Silver
    Eggplant! a recipe from a great veggie cookbook.

    Eggplant is the main ingredient in my favorite sandwiches!!

    And they are:

    Eggplant fried in vegetable oil on a grinder with roasted green peppers, provolone cheese, served hot

    This one is kind of a half sandwich, as in it doesn't have a top.

    one toasted slice of Italian peasant bread
    eggplant strips cut thin and cooked in vegetable oil
    roasted red peppers
    cooked red onions
    fresh mozzarella
    balsamic vinegar

    ugggh, now I'm hungry!

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    salamander.......infrared boiler...great for creme brulee

    ground sirloin grilled with melted blue cheese on a sesame bun with slice of beefsteak tomato, vidalia onion. Kraft mayo, and whole grain mustard.

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    Well other than some of Quizno's heated subs... my all time favorite has to be mom's moose roast sandwhiches.... white bread very lightly toasted, lots of mayo, salt, pepper, shredded lettuce (only once in a while for me though lol) and lots of moose... *yum*


    now I'm hungry....

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    What does Moose taste like?
    Is it gamey like Deer?

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    I've not had deer, but my parents grew up in the sticks of Northern California and both say that moose tastes so much better than the wild deer they grew up on.

    It's not gamey at all. It's a very healthy meat, very lean, in fact there's so little fat that there are some ways that you just can't cook it. My parents make sausage and burger from parts of the animal, we can also have ribs (the most gamey and fatty part of the moose and I'm not a big fan but I think I'm the only one to ever say that lol) my g'ma and dad like the heart and tongue (gag me), we have roasts made...

    you can pretty much use every part of the meat in some way. we have chicken fried moose steak... bisquits and gravy with moose sausage... the moose burger is GREAT for tacos, but you can't really make a good moose hamburger just too dry...

    I love the meat, I don't like caribou or bear because they're too gamey for me... but I love moose.

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    I love a nice french dip sandwich.

    Toni, did you bring moose to the pool party???

    Dee

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    Dee if you would have stayed somewhat sober you would have known what you did or didn't eat.

    BTW what kind of activity shall we have this weekend?

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