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    I made a sandwich for lunch and thought this is one of my favorite sandwiches but I don't make it very often. It was two slices of wheat bread toasted with Miracle Whip and then I melt swiss cheese on either shaved ham or slices of chopped ham. Yummmm I love it!

    I think my all time favorite number one sandwich is my own beefburgers. Cooked crumbled hamburger and mushroom soup mixed. Then a hamb bun with ketchup(and I have to cover every inch! LOL My dad used to point out any spot I missed - his way of teasing me) and then my homemade Aristocrat pickles(sweet) and onion slices. It is the best!!! No cheese on this one. I do like cheese on a cheeseburger but not my beefburgers.

    So what is your favorite sandwich???

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    A quilt sandwich: a FINISHED top, layered with a COORDINATING back, and a SMOOTH batting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting cat
    A quilt sandwich: a FINISHED top, layered with a COORDINATING back, and a SMOOTH batting!
    Can't beat that one! :lol: My favourite edible sandwich is roast pork with sage and onion stuffing. Yummy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting cat
    A quilt sandwich: a FINISHED top, layered with a COORDINATING back, and a SMOOTH batting!
    LOL not what I meant but I bet there are a lot of takers for your sort of sandwich!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    I made a sandwich for lunch and thought this is one of my favorite sandwiches but I don't make it very often. It was two slices of wheat bread toasted with Miracle Whip and then I melt swiss cheese on either shaved ham or slices of chopped ham. Yummmm I love it!

    I think my all time favorite number one sandwich is my own beefburgers. Cooked crumbled hamburger and mushroom soup mixed. Then a hamb bun with ketchup(and I have to cover every inch! LOL My dad used to point out any spot I missed - his way of teasing me) and then my homemade Aristocrat pickles(sweet) and onion slices. It is the best!!! No cheese on this one. I do like cheese on a cheeseburger but not my beefburgers.

    So what is your favorite sandwich???
    My favorite would have to be a tuna salad sandwich. I use the solid pack tuna in water, drain the water into the dogs dishes, add 1 chopped dill pickle slice, some chopped celery, light mayo and put it on toasted white bread with lots of lettuce, and a side of potato chips. I am ready to go get one right now. I also like grilled cheese on marble rye bread with a dill pickle slice and chips on the side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tussymussy
    Quote Originally Posted by quilting cat
    A quilt sandwich: a FINISHED top, layered with a COORDINATING back, and a SMOOTH batting!
    Can't beat that one! :lol: My favourite edible sandwich is roast pork with sage and onion stuffing. Yummy.
    Do you put anything on the bread for condiments?

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    grilled cheese with lettuce and tomato in it.
    Oops! I forgot about my all time favorite: vegesteak sandwich from Oasis Cafe in Riverside CA. They make their own vegesteaks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grann of 6
    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    I made a sandwich for lunch and thought this is one of my favorite sandwiches but I don't make it very often. It was two slices of wheat bread toasted with Miracle Whip and then I melt swiss cheese on either shaved ham or slices of chopped ham. Yummmm I love it!

    I think my all time favorite number one sandwich is my own beefburgers. Cooked crumbled hamburger and mushroom soup mixed. Then a hamb bun with ketchup(and I have to cover every inch! LOL My dad used to point out any spot I missed - his way of teasing me) and then my homemade Aristocrat pickles(sweet) and onion slices. It is the best!!! No cheese on this one. I do like cheese on a cheeseburger but not my beefburgers.

    So what is your favorite sandwich???
    My favorite would have to be a tuna salad sandwich. I use the solid pack tuna in water, drain the water into the dogs dishes, add 1 chopped dill pickle slice, some chopped celery, light mayo and put it on toasted white bread with lots of lettuce, and a side of potato chips. I am ready to go get one right now. I also like grilled cheese on marble rye bread with a dill pickle slice and chips on the side.
    I'm not a dill person. But I love tuna! I make it with my own Aristocrat sweet pickles and mayo and most of the time eat it on saltines or club crackers. I like tuna just about any way you make it except with dill pickles. I order it in some of the sandwich joints around here. Love tuna!!

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    Reuben....I never make them but always order when I go out for lunch. Yum, yum.

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    Mine is surely the BLT....lots of B

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    good ole egg salad on wheat toast yum

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    in the US: salami and muenster with miracle whip on sourdough.
    In Germany: German ring bologne with butter and mustard on a sweet roll (Broetchen)

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    The best sandwich is the one that a love one makes for me :) - Oscar Mayer ham, lightly cooked to remove some of the water (??) in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting cat
    A quilt sandwich: a FINISHED top, layered with a COORDINATING back, and a SMOOTH batting!
    That's what I was thinking too! :D

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    Hmmm, I have several! I love to make grilled cheese and tomato sandwiches! Another is Roast beef, turkey and ham topped with lettuce and tomato with mayo and mustard!!

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    My favorite sandwich is cornbeef (from the can). Plop it in a skillet and cook for a few minutes then scramble some eggs into it, cook til done. Mix with mayo and spread on bread. It's better if it's refrigerated and ate the next day. Yummy!!!

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    Either peanut butter and jelly or grilled bologna and cheese.

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    Sandwiches are illegal. You'll get escorted to the state line if someone sees you eating carbs slathered in fat.

    That said, I once enjoyed Reubens and anything with peanut butter. Oh! And, I remember grilled cheese and eggsalad fondly from my youth. As an adult, I liked watercress sandwiches but even those are verboten nowadays.

    When I sneak out to other states, I eat pulled pork.

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    One that someone else will make or pay for.

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    Homemade Italian Beef... love it even if I make it myself, lol... doesn't last long around here.

    Sure way to get the kids and dad to visit

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    Yum, tomato in season and peanut butter, with salt & pepper, on white bread OR Grilled cheese with sliced onion and tomato then cook slowly in the pan. Don't knock it til you try it!!!!

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    Hey Possum Trot, tell us how to make italian beef. Sounds GREAT!!!!

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    Mine is made the day after Thanksgiving,

    Hellmann's Mayonnaise (has to be Hellmann's) on both sides of wheat toast, thin sliced turkey from the day before with a tiny bit of brown mustard.

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    I'm a PBJ girl... Kraft smooth Peanut Butter & raspberry jam! YUM!

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    Philly Cheesesteak with fried onions,from back home Philly.

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