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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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    Quote Originally Posted by bustawrench1 View Post
    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!
    It sounds like someone is very close in vicinity to South Philly.

    Take care.

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    a good alternative to a samich is a home made roll--kinda of a oblong soft taco shell w/ ham, turkey, colby cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions, green pepper, mustard and/or mayo.
    roll it up and enjoy

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    #1 A club sanwich using only sliced ham and cheese with miricle whip salad dressing.......simple but my favorite

    #2 BLT

    #3 A breaded pork chop sandwich with a thick slice of onion, tomato, mustard. ( had one tonight )

    #4 grilled Tunna fish sandwich with miricle whip, diced onions, diced sweet pickles, and chopped celery.

    #5 Hot hamburger sandwich with catsup

    #6 grilled cheese

    #7 Sloppy Joe

    #8 cold spagetti sandwich


    Dont know if a HAMBURGER counts in there anywhere but if it does .......... That would be #1
    Last edited by dec; 06-23-2008 at 10:50 PM.

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    #1-cuban sandwich
    #2-reuben
    #3-turkey club

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    yummmmmmmmmmm

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    Grilled cheese w/tomato soup
    tuna melt
    reuben
    roast beef w/horseradish
    spaghetti on white w/butter
    smoked oyster between two saltines w/cheese spread
    1/2-3/4" thick german style bologna fried
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    im lazy - peanut butter and jelly for me.

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