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Favorite Sandwich

Old 01-08-06, 11:14 AM
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Favorite Sandwich

As we all know fixed gear riding requires an exorbanant amount of energy and what better way to fuel up quickly than a good old sandwich....So what are your favorites? I enjoy a heaping montreal style smoked meat on rye bread, possibly with eggs and cheese if its in the morning, or peanut butter and bacon, dont knock it till you try it.
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Old 01-08-06, 11:16 AM
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nothing beats an excellent cuban!
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I love grilled chicken breast sandwiches pretty much with anything.
But with pepper jack, tomato and guacamole on a good bun is my all time favorite.
That ***** is amazing.
And now I really want one.
Off to the store.
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Old 01-08-06, 11:21 AM
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grilled muenster cheese, spinach, tomato, chipotle on pumpernickel...

i'm frickin so hungry now. eating rules.
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Old 01-08-06, 11:23 AM
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My favourite sandwich shop does a fine creation known as the Firewalker Chili Delux -

Chicken breast, Chili oil, chilis, red onion, mature cheddar, and bacon on a toasted bagle. Mmmm....
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A good reuben on dark rye. Like the one from The Sandwich Company by the airport (in Albuquerque)
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Old 01-08-06, 11:32 AM
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theres a place here in savannah called gelat-ohhh! They have the best veggie sandwiches.

My favorite is the Scarlatta: Spinach leaves, tomato, olives, roasted red pepper, feta and baby swiss cheese with balsamic vinegar and remoulade on herb ciabatta bread.
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lessee, a really good reuben
philly cheesesteak w/ real cheese and rare steak
italian sausage, peppers, onions, mushrooms, and cheese...mmmmm

been years since i had any of them though.
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theres a place in SF called herbivore that makes a grilled eggplant sandwhich that i could eat every day. Normally I go for roast beef w/ avocado tho. and anything dolface just listed. damnit. so hungry.
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when I ate meat:
corned beaf, american cheese, mayo, jewish rye with seeds, damned good.

as a vegeterian:
either a sheetz veggie sub (no joke, best samich to come out of a gas station ever.), or hummus, pickles, lettuce, olive oil, dark rye bread, it's the jam.
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Originally Posted by onetwentyeight
theres a place in SF called herbivore that makes a grilled eggplant sandwhich that i could eat every day. Normally I go for roast beef w/ avocado tho. and anything dolface just listed. damnit. so hungry.
yeah, that herbivore sammich is the bomb...
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Rye bread.
Sharp cheddar cheese.
Very strong onion.
Spicy brown mustard.
Ground horseradish. (the real stuff, not that crap with mayo added to it...)

Occasionally I'll add some nice aged hard salami as well.
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Originally Posted by dolface
lessee, a really good reuben
philly cheesesteak w/ real cheese and rare steak
italian sausage, peppers, onions, mushrooms, and cheese...mmmmm

been years since i had any of them though.

Oh yes, italian sausage broke my edge. Lets just say it was a wonderful way to go.
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send a salomi to ur boy in the army
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Old 01-08-06, 12:19 PM
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salami opppsssssss
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pastrami, swiss cheese, onions, honey mustard on an everything bagel.
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We should start a Bike Forum Cook Book.
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reading this tread has made me obnoxiously hungry. now i need to go make a sandwich. i think it will be turkey with colby jack with a nice big piece of romaine, and some mayo on toast. mmmmmm
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meatballs, tomato sause and mozzarella on a fresh baguette or roll. mmmmm...
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Originally Posted by dustinlikewhat
either a sheetz veggie sub (no joke, best samich to come out of a gas station ever.)
hell yea. their italian subs f'n rule
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cajun seitan sandwich from candle cafe on third ave and 74th.
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Vegan un-chicken crepe wrap from Atlas Cafe on 2nd Ave.
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Originally Posted by dolface
lessee, a really good reuben
philly cheesesteak w/ real cheese and rare steak
italian sausage, peppers, onions, mushrooms, and cheese...mmmmm
+1, Gets my vote.
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ham, swiss, and dijon on a baguette.
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