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I like a cajun roast beef sandwich with Muenster cheese.
I like the chicago bread from publix take 3 slices of that and very lightly toast. Take 1 slice and layer with dijon and muenster cheese than a bunch of the cajun roast beef another slice of cheese then another slice of bread with dijon and cheese followed by more roast beef then cheese and top with another slice of bread. Put in oven for about 5 mins depending on how you like the bread at 400.
Left over meatloaf, heated up, on toasted white bread, salt, pepper, mayo, two slices of provolone (one top one bottom) , and some Lays BBQ chips. Wash down with stuarts orange cream soda.
If you're a big fan of pimento cheese, I'd suggest you try it on a BLT - just a nice thick layer on the toasted bread then top with bacon, lettuce, tomato and throw some mayo on the other slice - it's awesome!
Amongst the craziness tonight, I'd just like to state that I made an amazing bacon, egg, and aged white cheddar sandwich for dinner. The only thing missing was a tomato.
This post was edited by GONIG BUCK 18 months ago
I present to you the Mante Te'o.
Veggie Sandwich with extra swiss cheese. Holes all over the fvcking place.
All jokes aside, substitute any cheese for Swiss, and I'd be all over that. I loooooooove a good veggie sandwich.
You left out the bread description. I just had two wonderful hot dog sqndwiches. Otherwise known as hot dogs. They could have used eggs though
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Oh, bread was boring ol' wheat bread. Nothing gourmet.
I like a good veggie sandwich as well from time to time. As long as you have good bread and good cheese with it, I'm on it like a fat kid on a Krispy Kreme doughnut.
Toasted on a panini grill, specifically. Maybe with a nice avocado spread or garlic aioli.
Love sandwiches. There's a fantastic butcher within a mile of my place that has amazing sandwiches. I'm going to duplicate my favorite from there for my cheat meal on Sunday.
Fresh italian bread cut in half laid open like a book
fresh cut roast beef
thin layer of spicy mustard
fresh cut cajun turkey
one shake of sea salt
fresh cut meunster cheese
In store made fresh, it's $9 and worth every damn penny.
No English muffins in the house?
My favorite sandwich of all time is a falafel sandwich from A LA KEBAB on the Grand Cayman Island.
Freshly made wheat pita, hummus, tahini (sesame sauce) pickles, raw red onion, tomato, lettuce and of course falafel.
We were in the Cayman for six days, and ate there six times. Incredible.
Falafel is my favorite sandwich now, and probably my favorite food too. I try to recreate it, but haven't gotten close.
Not bad, for meatless
This post was edited by scinsc5 18 months ago
I'm vegan. No meat, no dairy and no fish.
English muffin, fried egg, fried sliced ham, melted cheese
How people live Vegan still baffles me.
Edit: For those that actually watch the Food Network, and yes I do, The Best Thing I Ever Made: Sandwiches comes on Sunday morning.
I'm going to DVR it
This post was edited by RATT 18 months ago
Fresh French bread sliced like subway.
Nice layer of cream cheese
Chopped spinach(from the frozen section). Make sure it's strained and put in on top of the cream cheese.
Good deli turkey
Put Provo cheese on top and bake it.
Heat up some beef broth and this will be the best French dip ever.
This post was edited by Hubster01 18 months ago
It's definitely a lifestyle change, but once you start eating that way, and develop/discover meals that you love, it's actually kind of fun.
Since when did you become vegan?
Oh, I'm not. But I've given up meat for Lent lots of times. One of these times I'll probably try to see how long I can go without eating meat. I could never go full vegan. I love cheese way too much.
I could easily go without eating meat WAY before I would give up cheese.
Personally, I would rather just get fat and die of a heart attack than give up either one. I eat a lot and still stick around my 215-225 weight as long as I work out on a regular basis. Can't remember what they call them, but the people that give up meat, cheese and carbs baffles me as well.
I would just go ahead and kill myself.
Just made some fish tacos for dinner with an ice cold IPA to wash it down.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
I have STILL never had a fish taco in my life.
you're missing out mane
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