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 Post subject: Re: Cold Cuts: The sandwich thread
PostPosted: Wed September 28, 2016 12:09 am 
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Boar's Head bold blackened turkey breast is fantastic.

they opened up a boar's head restaurant downtown recently. i keep meaning to check it out.


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 Post subject: Re: Cold Cuts: The sandwich thread
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What? Boar's Head does more than provide deli meat to White Hen Pantry?


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spike wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
Boar's Head bold blackened turkey breast is fantastic.

they opened up a boar's head restaurant downtown recently. i keep meaning to check it out.

i wonder if i have to make my own sandwich.


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tragabigzanda wrote:
What? Boar's Head does more than provide deli meat to White Hen Pantry?

I get it at the supermarket.


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cutuphalfdead wrote:
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What? Boar's Head does more than provide deli meat to White Hen Pantry?

I get it at the supermarket.

Yea, but Spike claims there's an actual Boar's Head Restaurant.


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 Post subject: Re: Cold Cuts: The sandwich thread
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tragabigzanda wrote:
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What? Boar's Head does more than provide deli meat to White Hen Pantry?

I get it at the supermarket.

Yea, but Spike claims there's an actual Boar's Head Restaurant.

Yeah there's one in North Carolina too

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 Post subject: Re: Cold Cuts: The sandwich thread
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
tragabigzanda wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
tragabigzanda wrote:
What? Boar's Head does more than provide deli meat to White Hen Pantry?

I get it at the supermarket.

Yea, but Spike claims there's an actual Boar's Head Restaurant.

Yeah there's one in North Carolina too

have you been? what's the deal?


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 Post subject: Re: Cold Cuts: The sandwich thread
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i can't tell the difference between my store brand cold cuts and boars head..the only difference is about $4 a pound


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i can't tell the difference between my store brand cold cuts and boars head..the only difference is about $4 a pound

I go with store brand roast beef, and boar's head for the turkey because they have better varieties.


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cutuphalfdead wrote:
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i can't tell the difference between my store brand cold cuts and boars head..the only difference is about $4 a pound

I go with store brand roast beef, and boar's head for the turkey because they have better varieties.


i only ever buy roast beef, roasted turkey and chicken breast cold cuts and I like them all better than boars head..


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 Post subject: Re: Cold Cuts: The sandwich thread
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doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
i can't tell the difference between my store brand cold cuts and boars head..the only difference is about $4 a pound

I go with store brand roast beef, and boar's head for the turkey because they have better varieties.


i only ever buy roast beef, roasted turkey and chicken breast cold cuts and I like them all better than boars head..

I love a good roast beef and turkey sandwich.


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cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
i can't tell the difference between my store brand cold cuts and boars head..the only difference is about $4 a pound

I go with store brand roast beef, and boar's head for the turkey because they have better varieties.


i only ever buy roast beef, roasted turkey and chicken breast cold cuts and I like them all better than boars head..

I love a good roast beef and turkey sandwich.


they're even better with mayo


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doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
i can't tell the difference between my store brand cold cuts and boars head..the only difference is about $4 a pound

I go with store brand roast beef, and boar's head for the turkey because they have better varieties.


i only ever buy roast beef, roasted turkey and chicken breast cold cuts and I like them all better than boars head..

I love a good roast beef and turkey sandwich.


they're even better with mayo

gross


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How do you guys have your cold cuts sliced? I always ask for it nice and thin.


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How do you guys have your cold cuts sliced? I always ask for it nice and thin.


super thin..they always let me eat the first slice..it makes my day


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doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
How do you guys have your cold cuts sliced? I always ask for it nice and thin.


super thin..they always let me eat the first slice..it makes my day

yeah they do the same at my supermarket


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some lady was at the counter next to me asking for it thicker and thicker, she wanted like quarter inch thick slices of ham, it was gross


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How do you guys have your cold cuts sliced? I always ask for it nice and thin.


super thin..they always let me eat the first slice..it makes my day

yeah they do the same at my supermarket


its like halloween for adults...


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doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
How do you guys have your cold cuts sliced? I always ask for it nice and thin.


super thin..they always let me eat the first slice..it makes my day

yeah they do the same at my supermarket


its like halloween for adults...

and you don't have to check the wrapper for needles and razor blades


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Chud, I may have to go to Nick's/Kelly's/Supreme for a Junior Threeway when I'm back in MA next month. My colon gates the idea, but I'm basically powerless.


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