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Old 11-29-02, 04:46 PM   #1
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Best Freakin' Sandwich Ever!!

Oh man, i had this sandwich today. It was a home-made materpiece. Mayo, ham,roast beef, provolone, KRAFT SINGLES!, coleslaw, and lettuce on a kaiser roll. IT WAS SO FREAKIN GOOD. I couldn't taste the Mayo much though, I think I migh take it off next time...

Whats your favorite sandwich?
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Old 11-29-02, 06:21 PM   #2
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It's a triple... peanut butter, strawberry jelly, butter, with broken up pringles potato chips stuck inside on white bread. Creamy yumminess with a bit of crunch.

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Phatman, that sounds like a great sandwich. As for PBW, I'll reserve comment.... to each his own.

One of my faves is ham, kraft single or jarlsberg, mayo, lettuce, tomato. With a bit of vinegar and oregano, salt and pepper on the lettuce. On rye (kimmel) bread, black russian or brown bread or an onion roll.
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A nice gloppy tuna salad on either a multigrain (6 is gooooood) or potato bread with sprouts.
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I think that I'm going to go for another epic tonight - leftover turkey, chedder cheese, jalepenos, stuffing, and american cheese on a kaiser roll (of course)

I'll check back with a sitrep
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Anybody ever have the "messy fish sandwich" from Red Robin's? Oh man ...that sucker is good! Fish...cabbage...tomato...great roll...and a great mayo type sauce. It's so good.
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Anybody ever have the "messy fish sandwich" from Red Robin's? Oh man ...that sucker is good! Fish...cabbage...tomato...great roll...and a great mayo type sauce. It's so good.
I've never had it, but I'm headin' there tonight, maybe I'll give it a try! It sounds good!
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Hmmm Back 5 or 6 years ago while living in San Francisco, I used to ride down the street to the Roma Delicatessen on Lombard in the Marina and get me the most incredible Pastrami sandwich, with some spicy mustard and some provalone cheese on a soft roll... That was THE BEST sandwich i have ever had.. it is gone now... and my quest has begun... to find the greatest Pastrami sandwich around.. SoCal sucks for this... no good Deli's at all

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No Red Robins around here, but I have to admit that sandwich sounds good.

Another fave, and one I had tonight, was a meatloaf sandwich, made with my leftover meatloaf. Usually I prefer it on a roll or black bread but all I had was brown whole wheat. Still, it was great- horseradish on one side, mustard on the other. Yum.

One thing I've never had is a loose meat sandwich. I know they are more of an american thing. Are they any good or just really greasy?
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Whats your favorite sandwich? [/B]
The one I didn't make.
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You are all wrong, the best sandwich for me is Britney Spears and Halle Berry with ME in between.
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hot chip (french- fries) sanys with plenty of butter on the bread.
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Old 12-03-02, 06:21 AM   #18
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In the summer: sprouts, guacamole (sp??), and tomato on wheat bread.

In the winter: anything warm


On the road:

Delicious!!!


They also support bicycle racing in the South.
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I'm a traditionalist
Hot pastrami on rye with mustard, nothing else.
Side of real fries (not mcfoods type) or potato knish.
Dr. Brown's celrey tonic or maybe cream soda. . .
no wait, its GOT to be an eggcream.
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The veggie sandwich from the honest-to-god Italian deli in Midtown Memphis- Fino's. Italian bread (not the mushy white stuff SHAPED like Italian bread, but the stuff that'll break your teeth on the outside!), artichoke hearts, three kinds of cheese, tomato, and this olive oil/onion/garlic/olive sauce that runs out while you're eating it. Oh man...I think I'm going there for lunch!!
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right now i'm all about hte turkey and mayo.. seeing i have tons of turkey left over. (My mom cooked at 25 pounder for 3 people) YUMMY!
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Best Ever:

[---Sourdough Bread---]
<--------Mayo--------->
{--------Lettuce-------**
@---Green Olives---@
(-------Pepperoni------)
%--Smoked Turkey--%
+---Dijon Mustard---+
[---Sourdough Bread---]

Although not necessarily in that order.
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Smooshed in the Camelback PB&J after about 2 hrs of riding! Stopped overlooking a lake and eating fresh blueberries from the bush right beside you!

Ahhh Nirvana!

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You are all wrong, the best sandwich for me is Britney Spears and Halle Berry with ME in between.
Is that the Halle Berry in Monster's Ball or the Halle Berry in Swordfish?
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Corned beef and pastrami on rye with cole slaw. There's a sandwich shop in Centerville, Ohio called Upper Krust that makes this and it's called the Philadelphian. I need to make a road trip and get one.
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