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    ^ an apple pie and vanilla ice cream sandwich would be beautiful. is that too conservative of me? probably, hahaha!


    i am digging that lamb/hummus pita that Oberon posted! i haven't had lamb in forever, now i am pining for it!

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    brioche layered with a breaded pork cutlet, ham, bacon and a fried egg.
    oh my.
    that sounds PERFECT. so good

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    BLT, with some pepper on the bacon, toasted bread...mm mm
    Or:
    Salami, Pepperoni, Mozzarella, Provolone, Lettuce, Tomato, Black Olives, Spicy Mustard, Mayo and Parmesan Cheese...something Italian...
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    Salami, pepperoni, ham, spinach, olives, red onion, jalapeno, pepperjack cheese & mustard on toasted french bread....yummy.

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    people with the munchies, should not be allowed in this thread, unless they have 5 billion dollars.

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    i dream of jamon iberico... one inch thick sandwiched between avocados.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yourfriendjaneen View Post
    Salami, pepperoni, ham, spinach, olives, red onion, jalapeno, pepperjack cheese & mustard on toasted french bread....yummy.
    Sounds like you're a fan of the classic Dagwood.

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    I dont know if anyone has posted it yet, I dont know its title but I started eating a sandwich a while back and where I can get it made up I still do.

    It's a big flower bap or baguette recipe, you use mustard instead of butter or margarine, although I think you can use it aswell as those if you fancy that, and then one layer of tuna, then a layer of grated cheese.

    I'd never have thought of either mustard or cheese with tuna but all of them together are awesome.

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    Bacon, turkey, lettuce, red onion, and any slice of cheese. Consume with a glass of the coldest water from the coldest recesses designated for consumption, full of the coldest, iciest ice cubes from the most frigid regions of one's freezer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beargryllz View Post
    Bacon, turkey, lettuce, red onion, and any slice of cheese. Consume with a glass of the coldest water from the coldest recesses designated for consumption, full of the coldest, iciest ice cubes from the most frigid regions of one's freezer.
    turkey and bacon were made to go together!
    i love a good turkey bacon club sandwich.


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    I was at a funneral lately where the church womens committee had created a lot of finger food and cakes, the sandwiches where cut in small length wise pieces (like "soldiers" in the collocial or for dipping in an egg cup) but they had the strangest fillings, here's just a few:

    - Mars Bar and apple (mars bars are choclate bars with carmel and noughet in them)
    - Chicken and satsuma oranges
    - bannana and some sort of shredded pepper

    They where all nice but odd, I think I couldnt have eaten a complete large size sandwich of any of them because of the vivid flavours, anyone else had any strange combinations in sandwiches?

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