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What Is Your Favorite Homemade Sandwich?

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Yeah I saw that. I didn't know there was an active ship yard there or that they were using part of the base as a business complex. I glad they found a use for it. There were a bunch of nice old buildings there and a bunch of old dumpy ones too :wink

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My family really dosn't like sandwiches, but if we do have to have them they like pbj best. I really like italian grinders on fresh hard crust italian bread with the works.

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Your body has probably had all the PB&J it needs for your entire lifetime. They call that "food fatigue". :lol


Hmm...I think I've had all the ice cream my body needs for my lifetime yet I still haven't gotten "fatigued" of it. :frog

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Fried eggs on toast is another of my favorites. The eggs have to be fried well, but not so hard that the edges get like stainless steel.

I'll never get tired of Peanut Butter and Jam sandwiches.

We get the all-natural PB. I mark one jar with my name on it and then do the following:::::

#1. Pour the oil off (i.e. I take it outside to the compost pile and pour the oil on top of the pile--->>> if I'm going to take in calories it is not going to be from soemthing I don't want.)

#2. Remove a little more PB (about one heaping tablespoon) and put that into my wife's jar.

#3. Pour clover honey into the jar till it's almost full with still enough room to stir it.

#4. Stir that up really well till it's completely and thoroughly blended.

When this mix is refrigerated it turns into peanut butter candy. You know what honey does in the fridge; it stiffens up really well.

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Some favorites:

Peanut butter and marshmellow fluff (Fluffernutter)

Peanut butter and banana

Grill cheese with Jalapenos dipped in picante sauce

Turkey pastrami and munster on wheat

The Veggie sub @ Subway

A #10 from Long Johns under the tracks in Morristown, N.J. Everything including the kitchen sink, extra provalone, oil, vinegar, extra mayo. Now that's living. Forget the carbs! Viva la calories!

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I have several favorite home made sandwiches. :drool 1. Fresh out of the garden tomato slices on buttered white bread. 2. Eckrich macaroni and cheese loaf lunchmeat on white bread. (I can't find this lunchmeat anywhere anymore.) :badday: 3. a BLT. 4. Butter and peanut butter and sugar on white bread. 5. Ham salad or chicken salad on white bread. These sandwiches are all very good on dill rye bread too. CJP56

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You will find me thanking God in the name of Jesus over a Torquey(Turkey in Muppet lingo) on Wheat, with Miracle Whip and Mustard, sometimes lettuce.

UNLESS I am at Fazoli's, then I order the Turkey Sub on Wheat Toasted, and them are :hungry:
And it never fails, the moron with the bread sticks will interrupt my prayer, ever time.

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UNLESS I am at Fazoli's, then I order the Turkey Sub on Wheat Toasted, and them are :hungry:


You have Fazoli's in Utah, too? I never even heard of them until we moved here to Texas. They don't have them in California, at least not in the part where I lived (northern/central). I remember thinking, "Italian fast food, eh? Well, why not?" :lol: So far I've only had their pizza, which is OK (I've had better, I've had worse).

Anyway, my favorite homemade sandwich (if I haven't posted in this thread already) is a grilled ham & cheese. Tuna melts come in a very close 2nd.

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Fried bologna with melted cheese on white bread with mayo and mustard. :drool Goooood stuff!!!

Peanut butter and hot pepper. MMMMMMMM


Wow, PB and pepper? That reminds me of this boy who put gravy in his cereal when I went to church camp. I think simple grilled cheese sandwiches are the best bar none!

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Hi Everybody, :lol

I like all those entries, except for the white bread. I just cannot stomach that stuff. You can have all of my share of that. I'll enjoy my thick dry whole wheat Kaiser rolls. :wink :drool :peek: :java:

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PE, I can't stand white bread either. It has to be whole-grain -- my favorite being any of the Food For Life breads (like Ezekiel 4:9). :lol Especially toasted, those make excellent sandwiches no matter what the fillings are. My husband doesn't like that bread as much as I do so I make his with regular wheat bread. But we don't even buy white bread anymore (not even for hot dog or hamburger buns). There's no nutritional value to it what-so-ever.

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I kinda like using sourdough bread for sandwiches too, but I'm not sure if it has any nutritional value. I usually buy my bread in the "natural foods" section at Raley's superstore. Low sodium and no cholesterol!

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Thinking more about bread for sandwiches::::::::

Italian Ciabata bread has to be my very favorite. Arby's uses it in their toasted Italian subs. YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMY!!! It is soooooooo good.

http://www.stillwatersgroup.com/recipes ... _bread.htm


Ciabatta Bread
Makes 4 loaves

This wonderful Italian bread is named after its

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PE, I can't stand white bread either. It has to be whole-grain -- my favorite being any of the Food For Life breads (like Ezekiel 4:9). :lol Especially toasted, those make excellent sandwiches no matter what the fillings are. My husband doesn't like that bread as much as I do so I make his with regular wheat bread. But we don't even buy white bread anymore (not even for hot dog or hamburger buns). There's no nutritional value to it what-so-ever.


I agree, Chelle. :lol

Most white breads literally turn my stomach and give me a belly ache. :gross:

Even though Ciabatta and Ciapata breads are white breads they are not as highly refined and "plasticized" as this white "foam" that is passed off as sandwich loaf. :lol:

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I kinda like using sourdough bread for sandwiches too, but I'm not sure if it has any nutritional value. I usually buy my bread in the "natural foods" section at Raley's superstore. Low sodium and no cholesterol!


Have you ever tried 'Zeke bread, Madeline??? (i.e. Ezekiel 4:9 bread)

Please click here::::::::

http://www.mybloodsugar.net/foodforlife.htm

It is made from sprouted grains, and we know what happens to grains when they are sprouted::: The nutritional value increases exponentially. :lol::lol: :lol:

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Even though Ciabatta and Ciapata breads are white breads they are not as highly refined and "plasticized" as this white "foam" that is passed off as sandwich loaf.


Good point, PE. :wink I also like Ciabatta bread (though I've never tried the other one). I like the "artisan" breads that you find in a local bakery (or the bakery dept at better supermarkets -- i.e., Raley's, Kroger Signature stores, Safeway/Randall's/Tom Thumb), not the mass-produced bread in the bread aisle at the supermarket. I guess we're just picky. :lol The only "white" bread I like is French bread (i.e., baguettes), made right there the same day. If it's day-old I'll use it for French toast. :lol

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