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    What is your Favorite sandwich?


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    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.
    Last edited by SeaniBu; 07-29-2006 at 11:29 PM.

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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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    An eastern CT 'small regular grinder'

    which consists of:

    a 6 inch long crusty loaf of Italian bread, the kind with coarse corn meal on the bottom, split nearly through and butterflied, with olive oil spread on both sides. The roll is now lined with cooked salami and provolone cheese, and fresh, sun ripened, sliced local tomatoes are placed on one side of the roll. It's then covered with lettuce cut like coleslaw. The lettuce has olive oil squirted on it and then it's salted and peppered.

    For those interested, a large grinder is at least a foot long.

    UMMM
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    almost anything on a crusty Italian bread such as peppers and eggs. Broccali, onions and garlic,. And even Ham and Cheese with Tomato and mayo. Beer, Wine or Coke depending on when and mood.

    Are mouths watering with this thread?

    Joe

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    Panini with veggies - roasted peppers, mushrooms, provolone cheese ... yum!

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    Patty Melt
    Tuna Melt
    Ruben
    Fried Grouper
    Breaded Tenderloin

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    I love Ruben sandwiches.

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    A lot of these are making me hungry!

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    BLT on whole wheat toast.

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    I'm with Joe - it's the bread that makes the sandwich. Crusty on the outside, soft on the insde American-style Italian bread or a French baguette. If it can't be brought crusty, sometimes I'll toast it, but it's not the same as the real thing.

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    Any sandwiich my Dad makes for me. Sandwiches are always better when someone else makes them.

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