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Old 05-01-05, 11:38 AM
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tell me your favorite sandwich !

I just had me a good one. Egg, cheese, ham, toasted bread, salt and pepper.

dare to top that.



also, toasted pimento cheese is good, with potato chips in it.
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cheesburger with an egg.
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Old 05-01-05, 11:44 AM
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peanut butter (chunky) and peach jelly.
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There was a sandwich that a restaurant used to sell in Vermont called a "Big Wally".. It was turkey, cheese, ranch dressing, bacon, guacamole.
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Grilled ham/cheese/tomato
Reuben
Subway Sweet Onion Teriyaki Chicken
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Old 05-01-05, 12:03 PM
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The café near work has the Best. Sandwich. Ever.

It's made with this great grilled flatbread that they make there and it's stuffed with spicy grilled chicken, mango and avocado. YUMMMM! They also make one with caper, cream cheese and smoked trout that is out of this world.
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I make what I call a "chicken burger". I make regular ground sirloin burgers in the ol' George Foreman grill (the past couple times I've also used ground turkey), let them cool off for a bit, then dip them in egg and coat them in Shake 'n' Bake (I use the Italian flavor). Bake them in the oven to crisp 'em up a little, then when they're about to come out, melt a slice or two of cheese on them. Doesn't even need ketchup or anything, at least to my taste.

Damn good eatin'.

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Old 05-01-05, 01:47 PM
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If I go to a restaurant and they have a Reuben on the menu I don't even look at the rest of the menu.

In culinary school we rotated labs and every few weeks a class would be doing a banquet course where they would make more reubens than any one person has seen at one time. I would hoard a few dozen sandwiches to hold me over until the next class cycled into that course.

Creepy timing on seeing this thread because I just saw that Arby's has a reuben now. I know where I'm going for lunch now.
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Chunky peanut butter, Jalapenos, Pain is Good Batch #114 Jamaican style hot sauce.
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Old 05-01-05, 02:18 PM
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1.) Reuben sandwich (corned beef, sauerkraut, swiss cheese)
2.) Plain McChicken from McDonalds (so bad for you...yet tastes so good)
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Homemade veggie burger with advocado, hummus, sprouts and tomatoes. YUM.

Closely followed by grilled cheese, BLT's, and PBandJ.
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Baby Bull at SBC - Tri-tip sandwich with garlic caramelized onions.

Italian Dry Salami and Chedder Cheese on a French roll.
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Pulled Pork

Teriyaki on white with mayo, lettuce and onions.
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Old 05-01-05, 03:48 PM
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Big Boy's triple decker grilled cheese with tomato and onion is really fucking good

in general, though...i have a hard time saying what my favorite is. I love sandwiches....LOVE them. One local place has a California Chicken Club that is to dye for: grilled chicken, lettuce, tomato, cheddar cheese, avacado and their secret sauce on a homemade roll. Another is a local deli where i get a simple corned beef, slaw, and cheddar on a hard roll. simple, but delicious.
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Togo's #7. Cold roast beef. Yummy.
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Subway hot BMT with extra cheese, lettuce, onion and jalepenos. Add to that some sweet onion sauce and mayo, and we have my fave
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There was a place in Traverse City, MI that made the most awesome Reuben. Homemade rye bread, thick sliced corned beef, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.
It was huge, so you could eat half, and take the other half home. I haven't had a Reuben as good since.
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Tropic Chill's Turkey combo in Naples and Hogan's Heros turkey and Bologna sub in Gainesville...
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Reuben (without the russian dressing)
Turkey Club
Italian Sub with hot peppers
Pastrami & Swiss on rye with mustard

I could always eat any of those
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Prime rib sandwich from Lawry's
Italian Sub from Capriati's in Wilmington, DE
Lobster roll drenched in butter in the summer on the Maine Coast
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Toasted bread with jalapeno mayo, roasted anaheims, bacon, tomato, avocado and smoked turkey.
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Old 05-01-05, 07:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Nosmo Rex
There was a place in Traverse City, MI that made the most awesome Reuben. Homemade rye bread, thick sliced corned beef, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.
It was huge, so you could eat half, and take the other half home. I haven't had a Reuben as good since.
Where? (I live there) You sure it wasn't the Hofbrau in Interlochen? They have the biggest and best damned reuben i've ever had.
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4X4 from In-n-out Burger

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