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Old 05-15-2016, 05:03 PM   #121
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Crunchy peanut butter and sliced dill pickle on toasted whole wheat or other multigrain bread.


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Old 05-15-2016, 05:18 PM   #122
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My favorite has already been mentioned: smoked salmon with cream cheese on a toasted sesame seed bagel. Add a thin slice of red onion and some capers, and I am in heaven. Not that I eat this frequently as it is impossible to get good smoked salmon where I live not to mention good bagels. My second favorite is a reuben. Third is chopped liver spread on a toasted bagel.

As I kid I used to love bologna (called "jumbo" in western PA)fried in a skillet until it curled on toasted white bread with a slice of garden tomato. In high school I took the same brown bag lunch all 3 years: Isaly's chipped ham and Gulden's spicy brown mustard on Roman Meal bread plus an apple. I bought a little container of milk from the cafeteria.
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Old 05-15-2016, 05:26 PM   #123
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My favorite has already been mentioned: smoked salmon with cream cheese on a toasted sesame seed bagel. Add a thin slice of red onion and some capers, and I am in heaven. Not that I eat this frequently as it is impossible to get good smoked salmon where I live not to mention good bagels. My second favorite is a reuben. Third is chopped liver spread on a toasted bagel.
You hit two of my favorites. Your third sandwich, I'd prefer that to be liverwurst.
On each sandwich a slice of provolone and sliced tomato for enhanced flavor.
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Old 05-15-2016, 07:12 PM   #124
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Reuben dressed with brown mustard. No thousand island or Russian dressing on my sandwiches, please. I also generally hate mayo, but I try it every 3-4 years just to keep an open mind, er, palate.

I recall having an Italian sandwich in a hole the wall in Boston. It was so good, I almost cried. Never had one that good since.

And I don't care for breaded and fried meats, so po' boys are just about my least favorite sandwich.
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Old 05-15-2016, 09:44 PM   #125
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#10 - I've been eating them for 20+ years and counting and it hasn't killed me yet although I suspect they are trying their best. All in moderation of course.

Boychiks Deli, 4024 Cox Road, Glen Allen VA, 23060, 804-747-1030

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Old 05-15-2016, 09:45 PM   #126
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My favorite (if I'm eating out and not watching my weight) is a fried shrimp po'boy "dressed" (with lettuce, mayo, and plenty of sliced home grown Creole tomatoes), all on hot fresh French bread. Like this:
Is Mother's still in business.

The closest they get here is The Flea Market or Louisiana Kitchen or me'

In Da high plains I like grilled cheese with Sourdough bread, a good medium cheddar and Mayo no butter on the grilled outside part.

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Old 05-15-2016, 10:20 PM   #127
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I did not see any mention of a left over meatloaf sandwich.....with or without horseradish sauce. We don't eat much meat these days, but when DW made meatloaf for supper, it was really the next day's sandwich that brought the compliment of "how exceptionally good the meatloaf was tonight" in order to keep it on the menu for the following week's meal plan.
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Is Mother's still in business.

The closest they get here is The Flea Market or Louisiana Kitchen or me'

In Da high plains I like grilled cheese with Sourdough bread, a good medium cheddar and Mayo no butter on the grilled outside part.

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As far as I know it is! . But, the owner passed away.

http://www.nola.com/dining/index.ssf...ies_mothe.html

My sympathies on the restaurants up there, and my guess is that good French bread would be hard for you to find in your location. Still, the sandwich you describe sounds pretty terrific.
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Old 05-18-2016, 01:32 PM   #129
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BLT - with homegrown tomatoes
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TriTip with horseradish - homemade of course
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BLC...homegrown tomatoes and cucumbers with bacon on lightly toasted multi grain bread.
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It's 95 degrees here now and my Italian Sub is gonna taste nice and cool and refreshing!
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Few I haven't had but I know they are popular in their state: Iowa loose meat sandwich, Kentucky Browns, Indiana pork tenders. Anyone tried?
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Few I haven't had but I know they are popular in their state: Iowa loose meat sandwich, Kentucky Browns, Indiana pork tenders. Anyone tried?
KY Hot Brown is a good sandwich, but is covered in brown gravy, so it is more like a meal than a sandwich you eat holding with your hands. Yes they are good. But a fork and knife eating experience.
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