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Old 10-24-2011, 07:46 PM   #1
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There's lots of wonderful sammiches.

Hamburger? Reuben? Oyster po' boy? BLT? Corned beef?

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Old 10-24-2011, 07:54 PM   #2
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The Vermonter from Dough in East Boston...

Maple turkey, smoked gouda cheese, bacon, sliced green apple and fresh red onion with a sun dried tomato mayo. Served on extra thick sliced multigrain and baked in our oven.


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The #19 add roast beef from Substation II. Its turkey, ham, bologna, salami, cappicola, pepperoni, and roast beef on a foot long toasted sourdough roll. Que Homer drool,

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I'll have to go with the BLT.

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Ah yes, the BLT. Simple but elegant, and surprisingly easy to screw up.
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Eggplant parmigiana sub.
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Old 10-24-2011, 08:26 PM   #7
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The after Thanksgiving special ...

Left-over carved turkey breast with stuffing and cranberry sauce between two thick slices of pillowy, doughy, homemade bread.
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The Yankee Stadium from Katz's Deli in Houston...Grilled salami and cream cheese on challah bread.
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Bacon & Fried mushroom in a toasted demi-baguette. With some HP brown sauce. Unspeakably good.
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Hmmm...As a general pick, I love a Reuben sandwich. I do like the fact that it's fairly standard menu choice across the US and Canada...and hard to get a bad one. Pretty safe choice. I love BLT's but am picky about them, so rarely order them. Same with the turkey sandwiches.
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The Lobster roll. I will probably eat my weight's worth when I come home for Christmas. Nothing like succulent lobster, lightly dressed, stuffed inside hot toasted, buttered bread, served with a side of sweet potato fries.

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Cranberry mayo on toasted ciabatta, with turkey, swiss cheese and rocket tastes amazing
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Fresh rolls, grilled chicken breast (marinated in greek dressing), feta/cream cheese mix, red onion, thinly sliced cucumber.

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What's "rocket?"

Whenever I can find them, I like the Bahn Mi (Vietnamese-style sandwich; roast pork, cilantro, cucumber/carrot/radish pickle-ey mixture, God-knows-what-else that makes it all taste AMAZING with a can of Coke.)

I also like my-own, kinda, version of "the Italian Mix," hence swiss-cheese instead of provolone or mozzerella; a little' bit each of salami, pepperoni, proscuitto; but mostly regular ham thinly-sliced, shredded romaine & a little very thinly sliced onion; tomatoes with salt & pepper; maybe, a little bit of roasted-red peppers and banna peppers; a very small amount of olive oil & vinegar on one side of the bread and over the romaine & onions; but, also, a moderate and evenly spread amount of Grey-Poupon on the other.
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As far as general sandwiches I would say the Reuben. Anything else depends on the sandwich shop. I am a big fan of Jersey Mike's Origianal Italian.
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If i have all the ingredients then it would be sliced fresh tomatoes and thin sliced onions on french bread with olive oil, salt and pepper. It's not good unless the tomatoes are fresh.
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Ahh sandwiches, my favourite food! I could never pick just one favourite, but I love...
- brie & grape, with mayo & lettuce
- goats cheese & roasted peppers
- hummous & tomato
- roast chicken, iceberg lettuce, mayo & pickle
- cheese (cheddar), tomato, cucumber & salad cream
- 'xmas sandwich' (turkey, stuffing, mayo, cranberry sauce & sausage)

Nom nom nom nom nom!
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For me it's a tie between a BLT or the after Thanksgiving sandwich made of white bread,mayo,leftover carved white meat turkey and cranberry sauce.
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My absolute favorite has to be the Gyros. Seasoned lamb and beef on warm buttered pita bread with feta cheese, tzatziki sauce, tomatoes and lettuce...mmmm...

*leaves to go to the nearest greek restaurant*

A good club sandwich comes in second, with extra bacon of course.
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Ahh sandwiches, my favourite food! I could never pick just one favourite, but I love...
- brie & grape, with mayo & lettuce
- goats cheese & roasted peppers
- hummous & tomato
- roast chicken, iceberg lettuce, mayo & pickle
- cheese (cheddar), tomato, cucumber & salad cream
- 'xmas sandwich' (turkey, stuffing, mayo, cranberry sauce & sausage)

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The #19 at Langer's Deli in LA is THE BEST pastrami sandwich in the world! The most succulent pastrami in the world is hand carved while still hot and set on Langer's own Jewish rye bread. It is topped with cole slaw and swiss cheese and Russian dressing. Sorry Katz, Nate and Al's, Carnegie deli..et al, this one belongs to the left coast.
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There's a local bakery in town that makes amazing sandwiches. Their turkey boobies sandwich with mayo and cheese is awesome.

I don't know if it counts, but shawarma. I LOVE shawarma. Especially the one made at a Lebanese restaurant here in town called Cedars. Om nom nom. Yummy roasted chicken, pickles, cucumber, tomato, lettuce, grated Monterey cheddar and some sweet sauce. Best thing ever. I would live off it if I could. Unfortunately the price of it adds up quickly (5$ a shawarma) but sooo worth getting!
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For a while there, I would have said a Cuban sandwich (ham, roasted pork, swiss cheese, spiced mustard and mayo, and diced pickles for a nice sour crunch). But now that I have discovered the glory of olive salad

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OH GOD I WANT THIS INSIDE OF ME NOW *drools*
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