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What is your favorite sandwich? Options
MoonKnight1
Posted: Monday, March 04, 2013 7:11:26 PM

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As I am sitting here on the East Coast awaiting the fury of Winter Storm - what are we on now? Q? Rocky? Xerxes? - I can't help thinking about sandwiches. There are so many good ones out there and the possible combinations are virtually endless.

The most important element of any sandwich is the foundation - or the bread. Whether it's a thick slice of whole wheat, a nice deli style pumpernickle, soft pita, hoagie roll or tortilla - the bread makes the sandwich.

Next apply the mortar - mustard, mayo, vinaigrette, hummus, BBQ sauce - something to keep the ingredients together and enhance flavor.

Now for the structure! Meat! Cheese! Veggies! Any or all of the above. Pile it on!

Just off the top of my head here are some personal favorites:

Italian Sub - crusty roll, brown mustard, mortadella, genoa salami, prosciutto, muenster, LTO, oil & vinegar. Hot or cold, doesn't matter.

Chicken Salad Club - triple decker on rye, white meat chicken salad, bacon, lettuce, tomato.

Grilled Cheese with bacon and tomato - enough said.

One of my personal favorites that I used to make at a restaurant I worked at was a BLT made with this incredible bacon-tomato bread that we got from a local bakery. We'd toast that then slap on some avocado mayonnaise, a couple or five slices of crispy pancetta, a slab of romaine and thick sliced roma tomatoes. To. Die. For.

So, my question to you is: What is your favorite sandwich!

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KingZombie
Posted: Monday, March 04, 2013 7:48:29 PM

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I love me a good Rueben! And I must confess I make a pretty darn good one!
CrossbowComics
Posted: Monday, March 04, 2013 8:34:45 PM

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LOL on the topic, when I get the munchies I have a weak spot for peanut butter with blueberry preserves.

For regular sandwiches I mix it up but I think my fave is the black pepper turkey breast from Hillshire Farms combined with horseradish cheese on beefsteak rye, maybe throw on a couple slabs of hard salami. Yum!





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dunleavy75
Posted: Monday, March 04, 2013 9:22:17 PM

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Furr burger with side order of thighs...ok, seriously, it's peanut butter and marshmallow.





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padreglcc
Posted: Monday, March 04, 2013 9:29:41 PM

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One of my favorite sandwiches to make is a grilled turkey & cheese. I use 9 grain bread since it grills firm. The turkey is cracked pepper shaved very thin. The cheese is usually a combination of English cheddar, German Butterkase, and either Irish Erin Gold or Danish Havarti. Excellent stuff.

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CrossbowComics
Posted: Monday, March 04, 2013 10:06:30 PM

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Mmm, these all sound pretty good, even the furr burger, hold the ketchup!





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crunchbird
Posted: Tuesday, March 05, 2013 2:09:09 PM

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Rueben here as well, though I have had a few that weren't all that great.
43rdStreetComicBooks
Posted: Thursday, March 07, 2013 10:32:43 PM

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Lightly toasted honey wheat bread with mayo turkey, green leaf lettuce, tomatoe, pickles and a dash of wasabi mustard

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dunleavy75
Posted: Friday, March 08, 2013 4:42:48 PM

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CrossbowComics wrote:
Mmm, these all sound pretty good, even the furr burger, hold the ketchup!


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BurningDoom
Posted: Friday, March 08, 2013 6:46:05 PM

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The Mesquite Chicken at Quizno's is divine.

I order it on Rosemary Parmesan bread. On it is marinated chicken, olives, tomatoes, cheddar cheese, bacon, and ranch. Then the whole thing is lightly toasted, and finally crisp lettuce added to it. (You're supposed to have onions on it too, but yuck! Why would I do that?)

I recommend it to everyone here.

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CrossbowComics
Posted: Friday, March 08, 2013 7:19:15 PM

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Yeah Quiznos is yummy, lots of good stuff there. We had one in town but unfortunately it was owned by the same person who ran the local comic shop (Moondance - where I got my start). They both went under.





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