PhilCarr


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Reuben. Best. Sandwich. Ever. Jason's Deli has a turkey Reuben that's a tasty lower cal alternative.

ACTORDAVIDTRAN


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2 hot girls, and me in the middle.

paperthinwalls


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RushB wrote:Cheeburger...Cheeburger!



Pepsi... Pepsi. No Coke!

Is this it? what am i supposed to do here?

capjones1


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glennon01 wrote:Best sandwich ever: the Monte Cristo!



+1

yellowspy


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BLT minus the L and the T.
It's bacon. The only thing you need is something to hold it together.

jimjiim


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SPAM !!

inkycatz


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jimjiim wrote:SPAM !!


I was confused and looking around frantically on the forum then realized you meant the food product.

I'm just hanging out, really.

firebirdude


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I really wanted to vote for reuben... but alas I had to go with Club due to the inclusion of bacon.

firebirdude


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PhilCarr wrote:Reuben. Best. Sandwich. Ever. Jason's Deli has a turkey Reuben that's a tasty lower cal alternative.

Nobody screws up "Reuben the Great" by subbing in turkey!!!

FenchurchE


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Bacon, Lettuce and Mango!

desertboiler1


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Philly Cheese steak

llamallamaduck


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Almond butter and bananas with a little cinnamon. Yum!

woodwinman


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French Dip!!

ravynwolf


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Bacon Cheese Burger

techplexengineer


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Philly Cheese Steak!

roadlizard7


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Meatloaf!

neocow


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Grilled cheese WITH BACON!!!

mkmiller


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Subway Italian BMT with Italian Dressing oregano and parmesan

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lingalinh


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I'm pleasantly surprised that banh mi is even on the list, even though it's got the lowest votes.

MukYJ


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Monte Cristo, with French Dip a close runner up.

mikaele48


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A cold turkey sandwich with Miracle Whip, on Thanksgiving evening, without a doubt !

photobobk


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BLT -- Best in the summer with fresh, home grown tomato and lettuce, but great anytime.

French Dip -- But only with fresh (not sliced deli) roast beef, a nice crusty french roll and plenty of au jus made from the fresh roast drippings.

Gyro -- A new (to me, anyhow) favorite. Never knew what I was missing.


laeggerichs


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Peanut Butter and Banana!

thumperchick


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MONTE CRISTO. It's a sandwich, it's french toast, it's amazing!

pincedm


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has to be an authentic Cuban. Haven't had one since I left Florida

zingriffy


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I can't believe you forgot HOT PASTRAMI!

Billtracey


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S..T

loofaboy


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M O N T E C R I S T O !!!

please let me loofa your stretchmarks

TheAnonymousOne


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Where's Ice Cream?

monicapuglisi


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norin731 wrote:The lack of respect PB&J is getting is sad. Such a classic, it's like the Godfather movie.



Seriously! but with all these nut allergies kids are banned from bringing them to schools so they're losing out right there

malakai5720


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GYRO!!!!!

debbieroland


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gholt121 wrote:Fried bologna!



Yeah, where's the fried bologna????

ishmael5


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Monte Cristo...hands down, best sammich

indyphantom


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What, no cheeseburgers??!!

CapnJB


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Mortadella and Robiola panini

One of my favorite uses of my panini press

Ingredients:

1/2 cup plain yogurt, preferably goat's-milk
1 small scallion, thinly sliced
1 1/2 tablespoons freshly grated white horseradish (or drained jarred horseradish)
1/2 teaspoon Dijon mustard
Salt
Eight 3/4-inch-thick slices of peasant bread
Extra-virgin olive oil, for brushing
1/2 pound thinly sliced mortadella
1/2 pound Robiola Bosina cheese, cut into 4 equal slices with the rind, or fresh ricotta


Directions:

1.In a small bowl, combine the yogurt with the scallion, horseradish and mustard. Season with salt.
2.Heat a panini press or griddle. Brush both sides of each bread slice with oil. Arrange 4 bread slices on a work surface and spread with the horseradish yogurt. Layer the mortadella and Robiola on top and close the sandwiches with the remaining 4 bread slices. Set them on the preheated press or griddle. If using a griddle, top the panini with a large baking sheet and weigh down with heavy cans. Cook the panini over moderate heat until browned and crisp outside: 3 minutes in a press, 3 minutes per side on a griddle. Cut the panini in half and serve hot.

About 100 million callories....

But dag.... good stuff


merrittkatharineb


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Monte Cristo!

joyanncone


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Peanut butter & Jelly & Bacon

Joy Cone

pingking


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Monte Cristo, fo sho!

liquidflux


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French Dip, then Banh Mi.

compunaut


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Central Grocery's (French Quarter, NOLA) muffuletta sandwich consists of a circular loaf split horizontally and covered with layers of marinated olive salad, capicola, mortadella, salami, pepperoni, ham, Swiss cheese and provolone.

This is one of the Best Things EVER.

Second place: Gyros sliced hot, fresh & crispy from the spit and served with onions on the crusty bread at the Parthenon restaurant in Chicago.