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  1. #14
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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.

  2. #15
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    A "real" turkey club, no turkey lunchmeat.

    A Primo's Italian Hoagie from South Philly or South Jersey (they have opened up a few Primo's down the Jersey shore). The bread makes the sandwhich.

    A Pizza Steak - a Philly cheese steak "wit" Provolone or Mozzerella cheese and pizza sauce. Hold the peppers and onions. Cheez wiz sucks.

    A Pit Beef sandwhich from Baltimore (has taken over for my cheese steak craving). Beef cooked on an open flame and sliced thin on a commercial slicer. Prefer it medium. With BBQ, onion, and horseradish, or LTMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gary_g View Post

    A Pit Beef sandwhich from Baltimore (has taken over for my cheese steak craving). Beef cooked on an open flame and sliced thin on a commercial slicer. Prefer it medium. With BBQ, onion, and horseradish, or LTMO.
    Yeah those are pretty good too, haven't been to Baltimore since '01, but I do remember the pit beef sandwiches.

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    Prime Rib rare on a roll with tomato,lettuce with Rossian dressing.

  5. #18
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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

  6. #19
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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
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    #1-cuban sandwich
    #2-reuben
    #3-turkey club

  8. #21
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    yummmmmmmmmmm

    Reuben

    OX Roast w/peppers & Onions horseraddish

    Meatloaf
    RJW
    Senior counter/Inside sales HVACR
    HVACR/Plumbing service tech


    Try...there is no try only DO or Do Not

  9. #22
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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
    Take your time & do it right!

  10. #23
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    My wife makes a helluva tuna sandwich which usually doesnt make it past 10 am on the road.

  11. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by markwolf View Post
    spaghetti on white w/butter
    A spaghetti sandwhich. Interesting.

  12. #25
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    When ever I think of wierd sandwiches I am reminded of a camping trip we were on 30 some years ago.

    It was a 3 family trip. We all took a hand at cooking. We had a bunch of kids running around so my friend Russell (now deceased) took charge of making sandwiches for the kids. He had all 12 kids in a line. One by one he asked, "What do want peanut butter and jelly or bologna and cheese?" He made what ever they answered.

    When my son Richie (age 4) turn came, Uncle Russsell asked him, "What do you want Richie, butterbutter and jelly bologna and cheese?" My son said, "YES". So to Richie's delight he got a butterbutter, jelly, bologna and cheese sandwich.

    Russell though it was a great joke until 5 minutes later all the other kids came back looking for a sanwich like Richie got.

  13. #26
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    I pack my lunch everyday.... Whatever lunchmeat I find in the fridge (usually salami, ham, or pastrami), jalapeno cheese (or american if I am out), mayo, onions, and lots of jalapeno slices on a hard roll. The guys hate it when they have to ride with me for a 2-man job

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