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Thread: I Was Just Wondering.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitkaau View Post
    Curried egg mixed with tomato sauce (ketchup). Sounds weird but tastes yummy.
    Any chance you would share your "recipe" here? Thanks! Love the idea of curried egg....

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    I have to say a Reuben then BLT on toast with homegrown tomato and lettuce HUM!!!!

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    Genoa salami and swiss cheese with plenty of Dijon mustard!!!! yummmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandra in Minnesota View Post
    A BLT with homegrown tomatoes on it!
    Me too! My mouth is watering just thinking about it!

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    Grilled cheese dipped in ketchup! YUMMY!
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    Reubens when I go out. BLTs are wonderful with tomatoes fresh from the garden. Chicken salad on home made whole grain bread with lettuce and tomato. Toasted ham and cheese with fresh tomato. Turkey club from the coffee shop at the hospital where I work. Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latrinka View Post
    Grilled cheese dipped in ketchup! YUMMY!
    Oh! That's another one.

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    I always say that I don't like sandwiches because I took them to work for over 40 years. But then I do like a Ruben from Arbys. So I have to eat my words. .....not the first time I'm sure.

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    #1 Reuben
    #2 BLT
    #3 roast beef with horseradish sauce and lettuce

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    A Reuben, but a BLT is a very, very close second. So why do I eat at least a dozen burgers for either one of those? Somebody please explain why we can't get some of the most popular sandwiches at the biggest fast food places. They usually have bacon burgers, and they have lettuce and tomatoes on hand all the time, so where is the BLT? The Reuben is probably more of a challenge, but seriously, why not? I know I don't need any more unhealthy food in my life, so it's a purely academic question.
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    Egg salad with sprouts, avocado, tomato and sunflower seeds on a toasted ciabatta bread. Home made pimento cheese with black olives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radiana View Post
    A plain homegrown tomato sandwich on very fresh white bread with mayo. According to the "White Trash Cook Book" you've got to eat it over the sink.
    They are the best!!! One year, our tomatoes were so good, I ate so many of these sandwiches that I got a rash! Yum, yom, thanks for the memory. Yes, must eat them over the sink making sure your elbows are over the sink too because this is a drippy sandwich. Wow!

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    Toasted open face mayo, Sliced Tomato, and Munster Cheese under the broiler. Won derful!!!

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    Burger with everything from 5 Guys

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    Ham, turkey and cheese on 7 grain bread with so many veggies it's too big for your mouth. You know, tomato, lettuce, onion and red white and yellow peppers. Oh! and also home made b&b pickles.

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    Oh my it's a toss up between a BLT or fried bologna
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    Corned beef on rye when ever I can find besides making it myself.

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    either a Reuben or my very favorite is a bacon,fried egg and tomato on toasted whole wheat or sourdough. My Mom used to make these often when I was a child.

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    Peanutbutter and sweet pickles, or bolongna with potato chips on top.

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    rye bread with fresh turkey breast (not processed turkey lunch meat) maynaise on one side, cranberry on the other side of bread, wheat grass and lettice, yum.
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