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geo, January 29, 2014 in Everything Else
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the Monte Cristo
fried in egg batter, a ham and cheese sandwich emerges. For best effects dunk the Cristo in a saucer of blackberry jelly.
Grilled chicken melt with Swiss cheese, pickles, lettuce, BBQ sauce and grilled rye bread.
Choko pickle, cheese, cucumber, tomato, lettuce and MEAT.
On a side note, I just found out that the proper name for a choko is chayote. You learn something new every day.
Chicken, cheese, lettuce, mayo and a fried egg with cracked pepper.
As much as I love meat I'd rather have it on a hamburger.
Buffalo Chicken Cheesesteak with ranch
Fried chicken, spicy bbq sauce, red onion, garlic powder, tomato, lettuce and crusty bread
BLT hoagie, no mayo, extra bacon.
Or at submarine:
If they have the Veggie Patty*, then that, with flatbread or 9-grain one or the other, toasted with a random choice of cheese, pickles, tomato, lettuce, black olives, and maybe creamy sriracha, ranch or honey mustard.
If they don't have the patty, then the same as above, but with the yellow omelette instead.
If they don't have any bread, which was the case at one airport I was at lately (Santiago, or maybe Toronto), then nothing.
* I keep meaning to create a map with confirmed pattyless/pattyful ones marked.
It's mostly because the closest one is about three hours away in every direction, but the Bacon Turkey Bravo from Panera Bread.
My favourite sandwich is the one I don't have to share.
Does pita bread and hummus count? I've pretty much given up on eating bread and anything related to bread.
geo said:Gentlemen, what is your favorite sandwitch
Gentlemen, what is your favorite sandwitch
Maes said:Sand Witches
My first thoughts exactly
At current my favorite sandwich is called a Nobadeer, as made by a local sandwich shop in my area.
2 slices of sourdough, spread mayo on both pieces. Layer on sliced turkey, cranberry sauce, and stuffing. Devour.
It's so simple to make when you have the ingredients nd is a damn good winning combination
A toasted rye bread with a beef and ketchup on top.
Conch fritter sandwich. Next comes the Reuben.
Meatball marinara with parmesan and provolone cheese
I have too many favorites, it ultimately depends on my mood. Here are some my favorite. (I'm going to grab something to eat after posting this. This thread made me hungry.)
Mortadella, provolone, pickled peppers and olive oil on an Italian loaf.
Bologna, Swiss, tomato and mayonnaise on a poppy-seed role
Sausage, egg, and cheese on a roll, with salt pepper and ketchup.
Prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, and olive oil on Italian bread.
Shrimp parmigiana hero.
Liverwurst, and Swiss, on french bread.
Marmite, with and egg, Sunnyside up, on white toast or an English muffin.
Cuban Sandwich (with pickles) on arepa.
Take that, yt-tag haters.
Dam this thread made me hungry after looking this again after workday. Time to make chicken ravioli pasta
Thanksgiving sandwich from D'Angelos.
Toasted tomato, lettuce, cheese and bacon with mayo and pepper.
I'm currently eating a chicken cutlet, bacon, tomato, and swiss, paninni sandwich. I'd say it's worth the $6.95.
Well, I think the time to slice that 1 kg piece of prosciutto I have since Xmas has come....
Peanut butter. Keepin' it simple.
Torta de Milanesa. 'Nuff said.
MOIST AND DELICIOUS
Seriously, when I'm making a sandwich at home, I've fallen into replicating the TF2 sandvich because it looks so tasty.
Spam. Looks like i'm not alone.
Rye bread with cheese or peanut butter, and make it hot. Or make it sort of like a small pizza with tomato, and other pizza stuff.
Especially those wetted by tears of orphaned children.
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