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  1. #79
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    Quote Originally Posted by dec View Post
    Ya well I can blow that theory all to heck ....... I have never in my life put ketchup on a hot dog

    NOW THATS AMERICAN

    Oh and I don't think being human is a requirment .... is it
    Ketchup on a hotdog is only for when there is absolutely nothing else to put on it and the bun is stale

    And no, I suppose being human isn't really a requirement.

    Seriously though, you gotta have a PB&J on your favorite bread or bun sandwich some time....soon.
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    PBJ with 3 pieces of bread and a glass of ice milk....@ 2am.......

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    Imo's Italian sub mmmmmmmmmm
    i belong to peta ... people eating tasty animals. all my opinions are just mine.

  4. #82
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    Lotsa favorites:
    Breakfast - Liverwurst and fried egg on roll or toast, cheese if you please.
    Scrambled eggs and Italian peppers on toasted It. bread
    Morning coffee snack - PBJ on wheat, everyday
    Kosher deli - Corned Beef, Salami and Tongue on rye
    Italian deli - Ham, mortadella, swiss cheese, hot cherry peppers and mayo on Italian bread
    Hot sandwiches - Rueben,
    Eggplant Parm,
    Sausage,peppers and onions,
    Hot cappy, ham, salami and swiss (grilled meat and cheese) hot peppers and mayo

    The King of all sandwiches - Dirty water dog with mustard and onions!!!
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  5. #83
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    Ahh, liverwurst (braunsweiger). Not often, but about three or four times a year I get a hankering for braunswieger on pumpernickel with swiss cheese, onion and mayo. When I get the urge for this sandwich, nothing can stop me from making it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    Ahh, liverwurst (braunsweiger). Not often, but about three or four times a year I get a hankering for braunswieger on pumpernickel with swiss cheese, onion and mayo. When I get the urge for this sandwich, nothing can stop me from making it.
    Dang now you guy's made me hungry I'm going to the supermarket tomarrow I think I pick up some liverwurst good stuff.
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  7. #85
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    Peanut butter and banana. There should be a holiday for the person who invented peanut butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwc64 View Post
    Peanut butter and banana. There should be a holiday for the person who invented peanut butter.
    Have you tried the honey roasted peanut butter. That deserves a 3 day holiday weekend. I like it on english muffins with strawberry preserves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwc64 View Post
    Peanut butter and banana. There should be a holiday for the person who invented peanut butter.
    The peanut butter concept has been around for a long time, but for what we know as peanut butter today, I would give credit to George Washington Carver. He never patented his version of peanut butter because he believed all foods are from God and we have no right to claim anything about their usage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dapper View Post
    Lotsa favorites:

    Kosher deli - Corned Beef, Salami and Tongue on rye
    mustard and onions!!!
    I've eaten a lot of things in my life including kidneys, heart, testicles (beef only) octopus, seahorses, YOU Name It I'll try it. My mother made me try tongue when we were kids. Hated it then and I hate it now. Makes the hair stand up on the back of my neck just thinking about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    The peanut butter concept has been around for a long time, but for what we know as peanut butter today, I would give credit to George Washington Carver. He never patented his version of peanut butter because he believed all foods are from God and we have no right to claim anything about their usage.
    Two thumbs up for George Washington Carver.

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    Good Heavens now I'm starvin'....

    Wow, what a wide assortment of culinary fun (and a little weirdness)

    Gimme:

    Smoked ham, Muenster cheese. green onions, grilled on whole wheat.

    Liverwurst on pumpernickel with red onion and creme cheese.

    A monster Rueben.

    Smoked turkey, swiss cheese, on an onion roll with mayo.

    Italian sausage, grilled onions, provelone on an onion roll.

    Scrambled eggs, pickled peppers, provelone on a kaiser roll.

    Hot roast beef w/ au jus, swiss cheese, grilled onions and peppers, on a sub roll.

    Peanut butter, banana and honey on whole wheat.

    And for the vegans... tomato, muenster, guacamole, alfalfa sprouts and mayo on mulit grain bread toasted.

    Get outta my way, I'm headed for the fridge!

  13. #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolsville View Post
    Wow, what a wide assortment of culinary fun (and a little weirdness)

    Gimme:

    Smoked ham, Muenster cheese. green onions, grilled on whole wheat.

    Liverwurst on pumpernickel with red onion and creme cheese.

    A monster Rueben.

    Smoked turkey, swiss cheese, on an onion roll with mayo.

    Italian sausage, grilled onions, provelone on an onion roll.

    Scrambled eggs, pickled peppers, provelone on a kaiser roll.

    Hot roast beef w/ au jus, swiss cheese, grilled onions and peppers, on a sub roll.

    Peanut butter, banana and honey on whole wheat.

    And for the vegans... tomato, muenster, guacamole, alfalfa sprouts and mayo on mulit grain bread toasted.

    Get outta my way, I'm headed for the fridge!
    I knew a kid growing up that put mayo on his peanut butter and banana.

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