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    WTF

    First of all it's a SAMICH.....

    Den dair's nutt'en dat can beat a Philly Cheesesteak..........hans down da bess samich in da world.................

    I also like Rubins an

    Pork samiches

    an I......talian Hoagies

    an Roasted beef or Corned beef wit Parmigiana cheese an horse radish

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    Pastrami,corned beef, melted swiss on a hero, shredded lettuce, raw onion, russian dressing. Its called a woodchopper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphcoair View Post
    Pastrami,corned beef, melted swiss on a hero, shredded lettuce, raw onion, russian dressing. Its called a woodchopper.
    Replace the Russian dressing with hot mustard and I'm in on this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphcoair View Post
    Pastrami,corned beef, melted swiss on a hero, shredded lettuce, raw onion, russian dressing. Its called a woodchopper.
    Sound's good I'll have to try it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLEINman View Post
    no crap lol, i find not many people know what pork roll is lol, if you buy it get taylor, made in trenton, absolutely the best
    I looked up Taylor's website and read about it, but I still don't get exactly what it is. Is it ham, or sausage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by renaissanse man View Post
    I looked up Taylor's website and read about it, but I still don't get exactly what it is. Is it ham, or sausage?
    Yes....sort of

    No one really knows what it is, but it slices sort of like a large sausage and fries sort of like a slice of ham. Some things are best not looked at too hard. Just fry up a few slices and enjoy. My dad always put a lot of ketsup on his Taylor pork roll slices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by renaissanse man View Post
    I looked up Taylor's website and read about it, but I still don't get exactly what it is. Is it ham, or sausage?
    Not everyone knows whats in a hot dog but you eat it, bu some from your supermarkert. Trust me you wont be let down, put on some wheat toast or bagel with some over hard eggs and your choice of cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLEINman View Post
    Not everyone knows whats in a hot dog but you eat it, bu some from your supermarkert. Trust me you wont be let down, put on some wheat toast or bagel with some over hard eggs and your choice of cheese.
    I have found a way to make egg sandwiches that is just great for me. I take a 3-4" round plastic container, coat it with a spray oil and whip up a combination of an egg, a little milk and seasoning depending on what meat I am going to use. I just put the egg, milk and seasoning in the coated plastic cup, add shredded cheese to the top of it, and microwave with a loose cover for a minute and a half.

    I put this cooked egg on a toasted and buttered English muffin with a piece of pork roll, sausage patty or bacon and it makes a great egg sandwich.

    Variations of this are to add bits of meat or fish to the egg concoction and microwave the whole thing together with the cheese on top. Some of my favorite combos are:

    • Backfin crab chunks and Old Bay seasoning with swiss cheese.
    • Ham chunks (or pieces of sliced deli ham) with cheddar.
    • Chunks of hot dog with shredded Mexican three cheese.
    • Chunks of cooked hamburger with any cheese.

    Just about anything you have a small bit of in your fridge can turn an egg into a gourmet meal. Many times I just make up the egg concoction and eat it with a fork as it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    I have found a way to make egg sandwiches that is just great for me. I take a 3-4" round plastic container, coat it with a spray oil and whip up a combination of an egg, a little milk and seasoning depending on what meat I am going to use. I just put the egg, milk and seasoning in the coated plastic cup, add shredded cheese to the top of it, and microwave with a loose cover for a minute and a half.

    I put this cooked egg on a toasted and buttered English muffin with a piece of pork roll, sausage patty or bacon and it makes a great egg sandwich.

    Variations of this are to add bits of meat or fish to the egg concoction and microwave the whole thing together with the cheese on top. Some of my favorite combos are:

    • Backfin crab chunks and Old Bay seasoning with swiss cheese.
    • Ham chunks (or pieces of sliced deli ham) with cheddar.
    • Chunks of hot dog with shredded Mexican three cheese.
    • Chunks of cooked hamburger with any cheese.

    Just about anything you have a small bit of in your fridge can turn an egg into a gourmet meal. Many times I just make up the egg concoction and eat it with a fork as it is.


    That doesnt sound like a half bad idea, i think ill make that for dinner, good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLEINman View Post
    That doesnt sound like a half bad idea, i think ill make that for dinner, good idea.
    Just an FYI; while the egg concoction is cooking, it rises up and out of the plastic container. Darned thing looks like the Blob about to explode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    I have found a way to make egg sandwiches that is just great for me. I take a 3-4" round plastic container, coat it with a spray oil and whip up a combination of an egg, a little milk and seasoning depending on what meat I am going to use. I just put the egg, milk and seasoning in the coated plastic cup, add shredded cheese to the top of it, and microwave with a loose cover for a minute and a half.

    I put this cooked egg on a toasted and buttered English muffin with a piece of pork roll, sausage patty or bacon and it makes a great egg sandwich.

    Variations of this are to add bits of meat or fish to the egg concoction and microwave the whole thing together with the cheese on top. Some of my favorite combos are:

    • Backfin crab chunks and Old Bay seasoning with swiss cheese.
    • Ham chunks (or pieces of sliced deli ham) with cheddar.
    • Chunks of hot dog with shredded Mexican three cheese.
    • Chunks of cooked hamburger with any cheese.

    Just about anything you have a small bit of in your fridge can turn an egg into a gourmet meal. Many times I just make up the egg concoction and eat it with a fork as it is.

    ahhhhhhhhhh Hey that sounds good there Martha.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roscoe View Post
    ahhhhhhhhhh Hey that sounds good there Martha.............
    Better then good; quick and easy. And now for my ways of making those paper plates look chique
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    I hope your heart stuff is fixed
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