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Thread: I Was Just Wondering.....

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    Junior Member CraftyCricket's Avatar
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    Egg salad......Mmmmmmmmm

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    assorted sub sandwich with my favorit additions. yum.
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    Hmm, I've got a few; egg salad, turkey sub and french dip. With the turkey sub though, the top bun always has to be hallowed out. That way the lettuce, tomato and cheese can fit inside and I can still get my mouth around it. I've always hallowed the top out. Otherwise, there's no way a lady can take a bite without looking like a pig!
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    Not a big sandwich person but occas like a club or French dip!!

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    I never thought of hollowing out the top piece! Great idea thanks!!!

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    If I am out it would be a toasted club, at home a toasted western, can't beat them.

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    Curried egg mixed with tomato sauce (ketchup). Sounds weird but tastes yummy.

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    I never met a sandwhich I didn't like! My first is a cucumber, tomato,lettuce on whole wheat with salt and pepper, salad dressing. ummmmmm, can't wait for garden produce.
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    Sloppy Joes

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltingNinaSue View Post
    Peanut butter and jelly. Quick and easy when I plan a quilting day.
    Ditto for me. Grilled cheese is 2nd.

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    Mama used to make a sandwich I should tell you about - "Potato and onion"- (depression era, you know) It is made with real mayonnaise, cold cooked sliced potato and slices of sweet onion all on white bread. It is not my favorite, but I still eat them once in a while - sort of like potato salad on bread!

    Other sandwiches that I currently love -1) BLT on rye with sliced avacado added in, 2) the "bobbie:" bread spread with real mayo, sliced turkey, thin slices of yesterday's dressing and a layer of cranberry sauce; 3) another turkey version - this one starts with spreadable cream cheese on bread topped with a light layer of crushed pineapple, thin sliced onions, lettuce and turkey; 4) my hubby's grilled boca burger - he puts this on the grill, adds swiss or jalapeno jack cheese to melt on top at the proper time, we top with grilled mushroom slices, grilled anaheim peppers, sliced tomato and leaf lettuce, on a whole wheat hamburger bun. It' s a meal.
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    It has to be a reuben, but I like PB with Miracle Whip and dill pickles slices too.

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    I enjoy a reuben with cold slaw rather than sauerkraut or a good Cuban sandwich.....

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    Grilled cheese and tomato, you will not belive how great they are.
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    Roast Turkey after Thanksgiving is over. Yum

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    hamburger on toasted rye with fried onions and melted cheese.

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    BLT on toasted wheat. Hands down favorite...made at home, not in a restaurant.

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    I'll vote for chicken salad if it's made well. Can't stand biting into grizzly chicken. What's your's Ditter?

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    When my garden starts producing my favorite is sliced cucumber and tomato with some mayo, garlic powder, and oregano. I can't wait for August now!

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    Grilled peanut butter and jelly. yummy! HOT HOT HOT FILLING!
    Girl, raised in the South "nough said ree-nee

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    1. Grilled ham and cheese
    2. BLT
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjsylvstr View Post
    I enjoy a reuben with cold slaw rather than sauerkraut or a good Cuban sandwich.....
    Read somewhere recently that a Cuban sandwich is what they call a sub, grinder, etc. in Miami. That is just so wrong! When we lived in Miami we had a nearby lunch counter with a walk up window where you could watch them slicing the pork right off the roast and then lovingly add the other ingredients. My mouth is watering. I have learned not to order a Cuban here in central Florida. They are fast and free with the wrong ingredients.
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    smoked turkey with cranberry sauce and mayo
    crunchy peanut butter and honey

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    Chicken salad made with dried cranberries, pecans, celery and a hint of curry, on grilled raisen bread. Oh yumm....
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    I know, this is UnAmerican.........I don't like sandwiches......very few will I eat, and when I do, it's usually at a restaurant and it's a BLT.
    Dee


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