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Thread: Potato Tomato Sandwiches are grrrrreat!

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    Potato Tomato Sandwiches are grrrrreat!

    One of my favorite summertime lunches is a Potato Tomato sandwich.. Use a nice nutty bread and spread it well with mayonaise, then add thick slices of microwaved potatos.. Top that with thick slices of fresh garden Tomato... Salt and pepper well and it's ready to enjoy!

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    Boy does this sound good. I have left over scalloped potatoes from dinner today and fresh tomatoes from the garden.
    I like to take a cut up tomato add sliced cucumber and cover with a little ranch dressing. Let set just for a while for the juice from the tomato mixes in with the ranch.
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    Question Yum

    Yum to both those ideas. My summer sandwich is a thinly sliced apple and cheese sandwich with some raspberry jam between.

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    well, mamma said don't knock it till you've tried it, but I'm not sure about potatoes on bread . . . oh what the heck; I'll make a sandwich for my sister. if she eats it I'll try it! lol
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    That's a new recipe to me. I'll have to try it.
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    Sounds good to me. My uncle used to fix onion sandwiches. Couple nice slices of Vidalia onions with mustard in between 2 slices of bread. he said it kept people from bothering him. He never married either. Lol! he made a really good sandwich with the onions and a tomato and thin slices of cucumber also. That I could eat. I had to put cheese on the onions even though they were sweet.

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    My favorite is american cheese/tomato and light miracle whip on whole wheat bread, yum, yum.

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    What some great summer suggestions!

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    You all haven't lived until you have eaten a lettuce and crunchy peanut butter. On any old bread works just fine!
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    My favorite is Red Onion & Tomato, a little Best Foods Mayo, plus salt & pepper.
    It is great. I think I will have one now. Enjoy!!!

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    My favorite dinner is hot potatoes (boiled or mashed) with fresh tomatoes and corn on the cob! Forget the meat, the bread etc! Delicious combination, tomatoes and potatoes!

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    I went on a cattle roundup when I was in my early teens and the lunch special made by the ranch cook was fried potato sandwiches. Mankind! With butter on the bread, salt and a generous helping of pepper and sizzling potatoes right out of the pan--nothing is better! But you have to fast for two weeks either before or after eating. froggyintexas

    Quote Originally Posted by cherrio View Post
    well, mamma said don't knock it till you've tried it, but I'm not sure about potatoes on bread . . . oh what the heck; I'll make a sandwich for my sister. if she eats it I'll try it! lol

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    I like fried pot sliced onion mayo and bread with a little salt but no pepper

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    Never heard any of them but onion sandwiches! Have to try some!!

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    If you like a little kick to your mayo ad 1/4 t ground chipotle pepper to a cup of mayo. Similar to the Kraft brand of chipotle mayonnaise and much cheaper.
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    cucumber and peanut butter is great too
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    I'll take a pass on the cucumber and peanut butter. I make my favorite summer sandwich this time of the year when the Jersey tomatoes are big and ripe. Toast some white bread, spread some mayo on one piece, add thick slice of tomato (tomato has to be as big as the slice of bread), bacon, lettuce and mayo on other piece of toast. Only time of the year I buy bacon. Just found a new way to cook a pack of bacon with out the mess, bake it in the oven on cookie sheets at 450, very little shrinkage and was so crispy. My brother Jim used to make himself fried potato sandwiches when he was a kid. Just the potatoes, no salt, pepper or catsup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FroggyinTexas View Post
    I went on a cattle roundup when I was in my early teens and the lunch special made by the ranch cook was fried potato sandwiches. Mankind! With butter on the bread, salt and a generous helping of pepper and sizzling potatoes right out of the pan--nothing is better! But you have to fast for two weeks either before or after eating. froggyintexas
    I love fried potato sandwiches . Mom use to fix these for us when we were kids. We thought they were such a treat. Today children probably wouldn't think so, but to us it was.

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    Mother would make herself onion sandwiches with mayo. Grandson loved Cheetos on his peanut butter sandwich! Personally, I haven't tried either. We all liked cucumbers and onions marinated in vinegar, little water(if you don't like strong vinegar), salt and pepper. I sometimes made sandwiches from this.

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    A good Georgia Summer sandwich consisted of: soft white bread, lots of mayo on each slice, sliced Vidalia onion and thick sliced tomato.....we call it a sink sandwich, cause you usually had to hold it over the sink as it dripped unless you wanted to clean up. Can also add a thick slice of bologna.......yum in the sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegquilter8 View Post
    You all haven't lived until you have eaten a lettuce and crunchy peanut butter. On any old bread works just fine!
    Finally!!!!! Someone else who likes peanut butter with lettuce (I also add fresh tomatoes and mayo to the peanut butter and lettuce)

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    Sounds great to me!

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    peanut butter, fluff bananas with cherries between the bananas. yummo

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    Have you ever tried grilled cheese and tomato sandwiches? My fave! I need to see if I can find some fresh tomatoes. I'll try the potato ones too.

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    never heard of this before but it sounds good.

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