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 Post subject: Cold Cuts: The sandwich thread
PostPosted: Fri August 09, 2013 4:03 pm 
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I take lunch to work quite often, so I was wondering if I'm missing out on sandwich combos?

What kind of sandwiches do you make for yourself?

I'm a sliced (thin) chicken breast kind of guy. The cheese rotates for me, and then usually top it off with pickle, tomato, or avocado (only 1 of the three at a time). Mayo and sometimes some sweet hot mustard.

I'm picky when it comes to ham, and same with roast beef.

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best cheese out there. sliced thin, over some turkey. lettuce, tomato, mayo.

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first off ruddo, the first guy here that says sammich must be banned..You mod this place and I put my trust in you..

I like a nice peppered turkey with mayo, mustard, and tomato...and of course have a soft spot for a good roast beef sandwich


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Yes, peppered turkey is good. You ever try chicken breast, RR?

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 Post subject: Re: Cold Cuts: The sandwich thread
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if i go out for lunch, and i see it on the menu, i find it hard to not order a rueben.


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elliseamos wrote:
if i go out for lunch, and i see it on the menu, i find it hard to not order a rueben.

This thread is geared more towards the "make your own" sandwich crowd, guy.

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
elliseamos wrote:
if i go out for lunch, and i see it on the menu, i find it hard to not order a rueben.

This thread is geared more towards the "make your own" sandwich crowd, guy.

won't happen again.

b/c i will likely not contribute to this newsletter again


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also, I have nothing against regular white bread, wonder, etc. but I buy the fresh sandwich rolls at the deli in the grocery store for sandwiches..I dont mind chicken but rarely buy it..when I add cheese its hard to beat a good havarti dill


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elliseamos wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
elliseamos wrote:
if i go out for lunch, and i see it on the menu, i find it hard to not order a rueben.

This thread is geared more towards the "make your own" sandwich crowd, guy.

won't happen again.

b/c i will likely not contribute to this newsletter again

Please don't go. I just had to point that out for future readers. You did this thread a favor.

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I am presently eating boars head turkey with spinach, sprouts, hummus and horseradish cheddar, all on marble rye. Dee-licious

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elliseamos wrote:
if i go out for lunch, and i see it on the menu, i find it hard to not order a rueben.


me too

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vegman wrote:
I am presently eating boars head turkey with spinach, sprouts, hummus and horseradish cheddar, all on marble rye. Dee-licious

sprouts. That is an underrated sandwich topping. Love them.

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knee tunes wrote:
elliseamos wrote:
if i go out for lunch, and i see it on the menu, i find it hard to not order a rueben.


me too
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Yes, peppered turkey is good.
"one pound of the cracked-black, please"


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I've been trying to lose some weight so the sandwiches I take to work are pretty underwhelming. I generally use one of the 35 calorie breads, and I mostly stick to mesquite turkey breast or low fat turkey bologna, crappy 2% American cheese, and lots of mustard. Now if I were just making a mean sandwich, I would probably go with a sourdough with turkey, ham, salami, pepper jack, roasted red peppers, lettuce, and a spicy brown mustard. I'd be just fine with that, plus maybe a pickle on the side.


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lefty wrote:
I've been trying to lose some weight so the sandwiches I take to work are pretty underwhelming. I generally use one of the 35 calorie breads, and I mostly stick to mesquite turkey breast or low fat turkey bologna, crappy 2% American cheese, and lots of mustard. Now if I were just making a mean sandwich, I would probably go with a sourdough with turkey, ham, salami, pepper jack, roasted red peppers, lettuce, and a spicy brown mustard. I'd be just fine with that, plus maybe a pickle on the side.

Sourdough is the Mickey Mantle of sandwich bread.

or is it the Rickey Henderson?

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i'm going to let this thread cure for another few weeks before returning to it


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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
lefty wrote:
I've been trying to lose some weight so the sandwiches I take to work are pretty underwhelming. I generally use one of the 35 calorie breads, and I mostly stick to mesquite turkey breast or low fat turkey bologna, crappy 2% American cheese, and lots of mustard. Now if I were just making a mean sandwich, I would probably go with a sourdough with turkey, ham, salami, pepper jack, roasted red peppers, lettuce, and a spicy brown mustard. I'd be just fine with that, plus maybe a pickle on the side.

Sourdough is the Mickey Mantle of sandwich bread.

or is it the Rickey Henderson?


What about both? :shock:


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i refuse to allow this thread to be cast in an exclusively brown bag direction, as one of life's simple pleasures is consuming a local deli's pastrami or corned beef sandwich creation early on an autumn afternoon


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