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  1. #1
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    Favorite Samwich?

    Mine has to be the BLT....

    Lightly toasted thin-sliced sourdough
    Hellmans Mayo
    Crisp romaine lettuce
    Heirloom tomatoe required
    Crisp peppered bacon
    Sprinkle of Kosher salt

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    Ohhh I like a pulled pork samwich, your Blt sounds good too, but I'd have to say my favorite would be just an old bologna on white bread with mustard...
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    Quote Originally Posted by A/C guy's chick View Post
    Ohhh I like a pulled pork samwich, your Blt sounds good too, but I'd have to say my favorite would be just an old bologna on white bread with mustard...
    I love bologna on white bread with mustard too, but I always fry my bologna a little 1st to bring out the flavour. I slice slits in the edges so it lays flat as it fry's.

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    Me too but sometimes I like a few onions to fry with the bologna..
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    Too many favorites too list.

    Top five: (not necessarily in order)

    Roast pork with sharp provolone and long hots.

    Cheese steak with fried onions and fried hot peppers.

    Italian hoagie (that's a sub or hero to most of you).

    Fried chicken cutlet on a sesame seed roll with bacon and provolone, mayo, lettuce and tomatoes.

    Corned beef special on rye.

    Man, I'm hungry!

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    Twilli and two Hooters girls
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    Quote Originally Posted by twilli3967 View Post
    Twilli and two Hooters girls
    I like 2 hoogie girls.
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    I've two fav's ....

    A Capacola & Provolone sub with Tom, let. red onion, Italian Dressing, and hot peppers.

    The second one is from a sub place that is no longer in business: Grilled chip steaks, provolone, fresh tomatoes, lettuce, grill onions & peppers, on home made Italian bread. (Haven't had one in over 30 years)

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    The all time favorite is Limberger cheese and sliced onions on buttered seeded Rye bread.

    Of course this is not a sandwich that you can eat everyday unless you live alone and in the deep woods.

    If my will power gives in and I actually eat lunch I order Liverwurst on a hard roll (aka bulky) with sliced onion, American cheese, lettuce and mayo.

    Runner up would be roast beef, lettuce and Russian Dressing on "nice" white bread.

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    imported ham, capacola, provolone cheese hoagie with lettuce, onion, hot peppers and oil/vineger.

    or a cheese steak with mushrooms, lettuce and onions.

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    A well-made Reuben.

    Hot pastrami and cheese on Rye.

    Philly Cheese Steak.

    Sausage and Peppers/Onions.

    Pulled Pork/Beef Brisquet
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  12. #12
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    Although the limberger samich sounds tasty I would have to say a good quality burger would top my list followed by an Italian baked sub.

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    Home made 1/3 to 1/2lb hamburger patty topped with 2 slices american cheese, garden fresh tomato, slice of vidalia onion and mayo on a toasted bun.

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