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Old 11-21-2011, 04:50 PM   #51
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Mine was one I made on a fresh rosemary ciabatta roll, quite soft, but a bit of chewiness in the crust, with an edge of crispness.

I melted plenty of triple cream Brie and spread it thickly on both sides.

Then several slices of reheated leftover prime rib.

Several leaves of cold crisp romaine, and a quick grind of smoked peppercorn, and my eyes were rolling back in my head.

I still debate whether a thin slice of beefsteak tomato might have made it even better or not.
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I still debate whether a thin slice of beefsteak tomato might have made it even better or not.
This is a serious question, and there are no easy answers, because so much depends on the individual tomato. If the tomato was home-grown, the answer is YES!: a ripe, home-grown beefsteak tomato will make almost anything better, including a broken heart. If the tomato was organic and locally grown, the answer is 'probably'. But if the tomato came from Safeway ... or if its provenance is unknown ... you are right to exercise caution: your sandwich sounds like a work of art that needs to be protected from the second-rate tomatoes of an uncaring public.
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Old 11-22-2011, 02:54 PM   #53
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This is a serious question, and there are no easy answers, because so much depends on the individual tomato. If the tomato was home-grown, the answer is YES!: a ripe, home-grown beefsteak tomato will make almost anything better, including a broken heart. If the tomato was organic and locally grown, the answer is 'probably'. But if the tomato came from Safeway ... or if its provenance is unknown ... you are right to exercise caution: your sandwich sounds like a work of art that needs to be protected from the second-rate tomatoes of an uncaring public.
And a well-considered answer that is
I think I need some homegrown tomatoes right NOW!
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Couple of things...anyone remember that PBS documentary on sandwiches? I think it was on about 10 years ago, I was riveted watching it...I didn't have Food Network at the time, so the whole concept blew me away.

I don't think I have a "greatest" sandwich, but like a lot of folks here- any sandwich involving leftovers is my idea of heaven. For example- I never liked meat loaf, but I love making meat loaf sandwiches...very simple with a slice of onion and maybe a bit of extra ketchup to glue it together. Magic.

(I don't classify hamburgers as sandwiches either, despite the similarities of ingredients they just seem different. If you put a burger, bun and all, between two slices of bread- that would be a sandwich...)
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Ha ha, I literally typed and re-typed this post so many times it's obvious that "the greatest sandwich" is SERIOUS BUSINESS.

My current answer is I'm not sure but I'm going to guess for me it involves roast chicken, bacon, garlic mayo, fresh tomatoes, red onion, argula, and homemade bread. But then there's avocados! And slaws! And chipotle!
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Ha ha, I literally typed and re-typed this post so many times it's obvious that "the greatest sandwich" is SERIOUS BUSINESS.

My current answer is I'm not sure but I'm going to guess for me it involves roast chicken, bacon, garlic mayo, fresh tomatoes, red onion, argula, and homemade bread. But then there's avocados! And slaws! And chipotle!
Damn! That would be so thick that an alligator couldn't get it into his mouth.
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I've been making a pretty nommy panini lately in a bid to get more greens. I marinade chunky slices of red onion, courgettes, cherry tomatoes, and three colour peppers in olive oil and balsamic vinegar. I grill them, put them on a panini covered in brie or cheddar, then toast it. Sooo good.
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I like a good reuben.
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One of my favorite sandwiches is one I can only have a few times a year because it involves leftovers.

First a roast a thick-cut spiral cut ham, flat side down on the grate of my roasting pan with either coca cola or apple cider underneath to keep it moist. I glaze the ham every 20-30 minutes with Iron Chef Orange Sauce and Glaze with Ginger.

To make the sandwich I take section of nice crusty french-style baugette and slice it in half. I butter both halves lavishly and then lightly spread some Maille Honey Dijon Mustard on both sides. Next I place a thick slice of swiss cheese, or if there's none to be had Muenster. Last of course are lots of nice thick slices of Glazed Ham.

I only eat this alone, otherwise the moaning and whimpering can get a bit embarassing and even worse, I might be asked to share.
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I ate a Reuben recently that has chipotle sauce instead of thousand island dressing.

It was so damn good!
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Red Robin's Caprese Chicken Sandwich pretty much owns my soul, but I like just about any sandwich if it has extra extra tomatoes.
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Yeah, I am officially in love with a sandwich from Subway:

On Italian roll:

double buffalo chicken
Pepperjack cheese
Bacon
Tomatoes
chipotle sauce
extra buffalo sauce.

Oh. my. god...
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I love a really good Reuben.
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The key phrase here is "really good." While it is difficult to louse up a Reuben completely, it is also a sandwich that it is hard to get just right. So where do you go to get a REALLY good Reuben?
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You raise an excellent point...but the same could be said of most any sandwich. Everyone has their own personal preferences in terms of bread to meat - cheese - condiment - veggie ratio's...so it's really difficult to declare any one sandwich to be perfect, in my opinion.

That being said, I like the Reuben at the Husky Truck Stop in Golden, British Columbia. I prefer a more even ratio of meat/sauerkraut/bread, 2 slices of cheese, and dressing on the side for dipping.
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Today I toasted a pumpernickel bagel. I spread cream cheese on both halves. The, on a whim, I heated up a few slices of tofurkey and put that on, along with a slice of Swiss cheese. And it was wonderful.

Now, would some enterprising carnivore be willing to replicate this sandwich with smoked turkey and report back on the result?
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