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post #1 of 105 Old 06-12-2005, 03:55 PM Thread Starter
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Whats your favorite sandwich??

A guy at my work had his sandwich stoeln a couple times, and would always go off about how good of a sandwich it was and how it was a masterpiece and all. I never realized, prior to this, how passionate people can be about their sandwiches. Also, after the whole waffle sandwich thing the other day, I realized people roud here are passionate about their food too. So I pose the following. Share with us, so others can join in your happiness. We'll see how this turns out.

What is your favorite sandwich? Ingredients? Preperation?

BTW, I dont have one, so thats part of the reason I'm doing this. To steal yours

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post #2 of 105 Old 06-12-2005, 03:59 PM
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Favorite Sammich

Reuben,no question about it

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I started the waffle sandwich thread!!!
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post #4 of 105 Old 06-12-2005, 04:26 PM
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Peanut Butter and Bannana!
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Cuban sandwiches are good


But my fave is a deli style submarine (not like subway, or quiznos) but a sub/hoagie/grinder stacked with thin cut salami, ham, turkey, bologna topped with lettuce, chopped tomatoes, finely shredded cheese, oregano,and italian dressing.

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A hot bagel turkey sandwich with cheese and mustard.

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post #7 of 105 Old 06-12-2005, 05:13 PM
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hoagies are awesome, but I gotta go with a cheesesteak.

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We've got a chain of resturaunts over in Cincy called Penn Station-East Coast subs. They grill my favorite Philly Cheesesteak right in front of you. The reuben is also good

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post #9 of 105 Old 06-12-2005, 05:36 PM
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We've got a chain of resturaunts over in Cincy called Penn Station-East Coast subs. They grill my favorite Philly Cheesesteak right in front of you. The reuben is also good
There's a place called Charley's Steakery in Chillicothe Ohio. They have a great philly cheesteak too. If you're over that way stop in

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I used to make a good sandwich, it simply was made of a plain white bagel, cheese, honey ham, honey mustard and lettuce shreds, it was very tasty and I had people offering me 5 bucks for one sandwich, however, my friend is not the sandwhich master. homemade anyway. He does it on a cheese bagel with mustard, mayo, salt, pepper, chedder cheese, and turkey, simple, but seriously good!

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I'm a fan of tomato and mayo on toast. Not too hard to please, I guess.


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Green pepper and egg is also excellent....

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BLT's are good by the handful.

I'm partial to Italian sub's with tons of banana peppers.
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