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    Default If you could have only one type of sandwich for the rest ....

    The foo's threads have been so boring! Counting is fun, for a while.

    You can only have one type of sandwich (burgers don't count) for the rest of your life, meaning one you make at home with chips and beer as you sit to watch a game. Which one?

    I gotta go with plain old deli sliced ham, Kraft wrapped Cheese (we're talking sandwich here), a tiny bit of butter, plain yellow mustard, I like the better made white breads, but will eat whole grain, easy.
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    Egg salad on sourdough, w/ pepper jack, sliced 'maters, salt & pepper


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    Bacon, melted cheese &lettuce, I skip the tomato, miracle whip on soft white bread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzgirl_127 View Post
    Bacon, melted cheese &lettuce, I skip the tomato, miracle whip on soft white bread.
    You had me up till miracle whip yuck!!! so substitute mayo for the miracle whip and that's my sandwich of choice.
    You can't make a half sandwich. If it's not half of a whole sandwich, it's just a small sandwich.

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    Hot pastrami on Rye with mustard from Katz's Deli. Heaven on earth. But since I need to make it myself...

    Hot sopressata, hot capicolla, prosciutto, fresh mozzarella on italian bread with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Note... by hot I mean spicy. Now... I might need to buy the meats in bulk and get my own slicer... but it'd be damn worth it.
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    1. The doner kebabs from a Turkish cafe in Kaiserslautern, Germany are the best sandwiches I've ever had. I have never been able to find good Turkish food outside of Europe/Southwest Asia.

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    Pargo and I like cheeseburgers...bless you Jim Delligatti and RIP...

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    I have to make it myself? PBJ has been my go to for forever. Sometimes I substitute honey for the J.

    Now if someone else is doing the cooking, it's pretty hard to beat a bbq pulled pork sandwich when someone knows what they're doing with a smoker (I don't have a clue how to do it myself).

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    Smoked meat sandwich from Schwartz in Montreal.

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    Como Hacer Pasta de Bocadito/ How to make Cuban Ham Spread


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    I love this stuff, probably not good for you with mayo and cream cheese, but
    it is yummy!

    The kids loved this stuff when my mom made it.
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    The BLAT. Avocado has changed the way I look at BLTs forever.


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    Two REALLY hot brunettes!
    It's not funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willandi View Post
    Two REALLY hot brunettes!
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    And I want to change my choice for favorite sandwich made at home. And, just wow, I get in trouble for making a mess and going through too much ham on my other sandwich, this would be ....worth it?
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    If you panini press a bacon cheeseburger, does it become a sandwich?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheZagPhish View Post
    If you panini press a bacon cheeseburger, does it become a sandwich?
    If you wish it, yes.
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    The reuben at Green Dragon Tavern in Carlsbad, CA.
    What are you doing, Adam? Do you even know how many people go blind from pizza shrapnel?

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    Is a wrap considered a sandwich?
    What are you doing, Adam? Do you even know how many people go blind from pizza shrapnel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniaZaggin' View Post
    Is a wrap considered a sandwich?
    I am going to go with no it isn't. But I am a traditionalist when it comes to sandwiches.
    You can't make a half sandwich. If it's not half of a whole sandwich, it's just a small sandwich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniaZaggin' View Post
    Is a wrap considered a sandwich?
    I say "no" as well...unless you're allergic to gluten, but if you just skip it to make the rest of us look bad, no wraps allowed!

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    Is a Gyro a sandwich?
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    We're treading very close to the "Can you even have half a sandwich?" territory. These definitions are like flypaper to the Foo.

    We should have a sandwich party and hash all this out.

    IMO the gyro is totally a cylinder sandwich, because it uses a proper bread. The wrap on the other hand? It's using a tortilla, which - while popular to say so - is not so much a "flatbread" as a thin disc of griddled flour. Not sure I'd call a wrap a sandwich; it's just too weak. It's a cold cut burrito or some such thing.
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    Should an ice cream sandwich be considered a sandwich?
    What are you doing, Adam? Do you even know how many people go blind from pizza shrapnel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniaZaggin' View Post
    Should an ice cream sandwich be considered a sandwich?
    Hell yes!

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    Here's a similar conundrum: should cheesecake be considered cake or pie?
    What are you doing, Adam? Do you even know how many people go blind from pizza shrapnel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheZagPhish View Post
    IMO the gyro is totally a cylinder sandwich.
    Speaking of Cylinder sandwiches. Last time I was in Montana I stumbled upon a restaurant called The Staggering Ox. Sandwiches were cylinder shaped weird idea but kind of cool.

    You can't make a half sandwich. If it's not half of a whole sandwich, it's just a small sandwich.

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