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Old 05-12-2016, 12:05 AM   #61
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I love sandwiches, really in any variety!
My wife often gives me odd looks because I will try and make a sandwich out of anything (haven't managed soup yet, but a nice hot thick stew works great with buttered bread!).
Love making a sandwich out of leftover Italian dishes, especially spaghetti and meatballs and also lasagna!
Would pretty much eat any of the sandwiches mentioned above, and really also love some of the old school classics such as fish fingers with tartar sauce and sliced processed cheese on Wonder Bread!
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Old 05-12-2016, 06:57 AM   #62
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Gotta second the fried shrimp poboy! But hold the mayo please.
And when I can find it fries covered with debris please.
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This is going to sound odd but I've been eating the exact same sandwich almost every day since I was about 3 years old.

It's Peanut Butter and Honey.

Assembled as follows -

Spread thin layer of butter on 1 side of wheat bread and then a layer of Sue Bee Spun Honey (not the runny kind).

On the other piece of bread you put layer of Jif Creamy Peanut Butter.

Slap them together.

I have 2 of these for lunch every day when I am home (most every day since I worked from home my whole career). Guessing at least 15,000 of them in my lifetime. I love them that much
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I love peanut butter and strawberry preserves, with a banana on the side. Bring two of these to work two days a week. I have tried peanut butter and banana sandwiches, but something isn't right about the texture.
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Have you ever tried a Thanksgiving sandwich? Leftover turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and cranberry sauce between two slices of bread!

It is an after-Thanksgiving staple at our house. I can only eat half of one, though!

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I am still wondering what a XXXXX BBQ would be like ::

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Pulled xxxxx BBQ. Doesn't matter if the meat is chicken or pork (or anything else) if the sauce is top-notch.
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I will try and make a sandwich out of anything
If I have bread with a meal, something will go in between it.
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Low and slow BBQ brisket on white bread. Just a touch of vinegary BBQ sauce. Pickles on the side. oh baby...
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With hot sauce!

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Grilled ham & swiss with spicy mustard, reuben, liverwurst
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Anthony Bourdain tried Vietnamese sandwich in Vietnam - But I am sure you can find it in US too.

https://bellasupiana.com/tag/anthony...anh-mi-phuong/
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+1 when eating out. But it is seldom on the menu. So maybe 2x a year.
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Have you ever tried a Thanksgiving sandwich? Leftover turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and cranberry sauce between two slices of bread!

It is an after-Thanksgiving staple at our house. I can only eat half of one, though!
Yes, I highly recommend this. minus the stuffing which gives me heartburn. something about the cranberry sauce makes it a treat. My mom likes turkey, cranberry sauce, lettuce, and a layer of cream cheese. That is real good.
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Peanut butter and raspberry jam always takes me home. My father used to like peanut butter, lettuce and Miracle whip which sounds odd but actually is quite good. My younger sister took it to the next level by adding sliced dill pickle. I never liked that one.
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Maspero's pastrami sandwich in New Orleans.
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Have you ever tried a Thanksgiving sandwich? Leftover turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and cranberry sauce between two slices of bread!

It is an after-Thanksgiving staple at our house. I can only eat half of one, though!
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Yes, I highly recommend this. minus the stuffing which gives me heartburn. something about the cranberry sauce makes it a treat. My mom likes turkey, cranberry sauce, lettuce, and a layer of cream cheese. That is real good.
We skip the stuffing and mashed potatoes, but add Brie Cheese, with a good rye for the bread. Maybe lettuce, and a little mayo. Hmmmm.

Lotsa good sandwiches listed here. Torta cubana, a crawfish or shrimp or oyster Poor Boy, Chicago Italian Beef or Hot Dog, Rueben, and on and on - all good!

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2. Layer correctly. The correct order from top to bottom is bread, spread, soft veggie, meat, cheese, crunchy veggie, other crunchy, spread, bread. Spreads (dressing, mayo, mustard, hummus, oil, butter, etc) keep the bread from getting soggy. You want the cheese and meat (if using) together so the cheese melts into the meat. Crunchy stuff on top just has a better mouthfeel. I use to work at a national sandwich chain and this order is based on numerous studies they did to figure out what people like best. YMMV.
I'm sure you're right, and this is probably very good advice, but (meaning no offense to you personally) I have to vote for this as the most anal-retentive comment of the year so far.
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Roast beef au jus for me.

I have made many dishes, but this I have not made at home and only have when eating out.

I should mark this as something to make next. The trick of course is in making a good sauce for dipping, as the roast beef is simple to make.
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