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I went to the grocery store yesterday with a mindset of making one hell of a sandwich. I think that we can all admit that it is our go to meal and, when done right, is the best thing their is to eat. Here is mine in order of ingredients:
French bread loaf (about 1 lb cut the old Subway method toasted with olive oil, salt and pepper)
1/2 lb deli cut pepperjack cheese
1/2 lb deli cajun turkey breast
1/2 lb deli black forest ham
1/2 lb deli roast beef
squash roasted with olive oil, salt and pepper
jalapeno pepper (fresh)
canned banana pepper
bell pepper (green and yellow julienned)
cilantro (a lot)
1/2 lb of pepperjack cheese
It was fvcking delicious!!!! It had about 30 bucks worth of stuff in it but it accounts for about 4 8-inch subs when all is said and done. I only ate a quarter of it last night. Anyway, I could always use new sandwich recipes and am looking for Linda's prime rib recipe as well.
Pics provided. Didn't want to unwrap the whole thing but took a pic of the inside and the sheer size of it.
This post was edited by RATT 18 months ago
Whatever sandwich you make me.
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
Clever but you know I don't have tits.
I call BS...
Toasted bunny bread, mayo, spicy mustard, tomatoe, fried bologna, pepper jack cheese, fried bologna, lettuce, mustard, mayo, toasted bottom bread
Love me some fried bologna. I really like BBQ fried bologna. Extra thick cut from the deli section of the supermarket.
I actually do love thick cut fried bologna
This post was edited by shavisimo2 18 months ago
Scoot-lost me totally with the fried bologna - obviously I'm in the minority here
This post was edited by Man_A _War 18 months ago
One more thing - this is a bad-ass topic
I hate bologna in general.
Now if you fry it up and stick it on a sandwich with cheese and a fried egg, see shavisimo's response. I'm the same way with hot dogs. You burn the hell out of a hot dog on the grill and it's one of my favorite meals on the planet. You boil them and I would rather eat shoe leather.
You're my boy BLUE!!!
I have never made a sandwich a day in my life.
Your crazy fried bologna is the best
Italian bread, lightly toasted with pepper jack, pulled pork, Philly beef, and black forest ham. Mayo, BBq sauce, and some fries.......
What is Philly beef? I assume you mean steak but I've never heard anyone call it that (I've lived in Philly my whole life, so maybe it's just an outside thing)
Traditional Cuban sandwich:
Mayo and mustard
On Cuban bread (white hoagie) and pressed.
Served with a side of black beans and rice and some fried plantains.
making a left over pot roast sandwich with grilled onions for dinner, with a little gravy over the top
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Just made an awesome one.
Toasted german dark wheat bread
3 over medium eggs
few slices of deli turkey
slice of muenster cheese
THIS ^^^^^^^^^^^^ TO BE INITIATED THIS WEEKEND. Again, what a freaking awesome thread - minus the shrooms.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Man_A _War 18 months ago
Tuna salad from a local shop, aged provolone, coleslaw, salt & pepper... sometimes will put sriracha on it... on some kind of good bread... I like toasted rye
IMO, there is really no better meal than a great sandwich. Here is one of my favorites - a caprese.
A nice chunk of buffalo mozzarella - packed in water.
A handful of fresh basil.
Some good olive oil.
A nice heirloom tomato (or any sweet tomato).
A crusty loaf of bread, toasted.
Salt and pepper to taste.
Puree the basil with olive oil to your desired consistency - more olive oil for a creamier spread, less for more texture. Spread on the bread while warm. Cut a some slices from the mozzarella, and layer with tomato slices on the sandwich. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. Simple, fresh, and delicious. What's nice about it is that, depending on what's in your garden you can add other things to it - bell peppers, jalapenos, arugula, frisee, mushrooms, etc. It's so versatile. Roasted chicken or turkey is great on it, too!
Peanut Butter Mayo Banana on homemade white bread. I'm getting a little weepy eye just thinking about it.
Get the mayo off of that traditional Cuban sandwich
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