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What's the best kind of sandwich?
mattchee at 8:42AM, June 9, 2008
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Hot pastrami, swiss, good mustard, rye bread. Pickle on the side.


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Ryuthehedgewolf at 12:06PM, June 9, 2008
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Wow! Interesting sammich designs.

I prefer turkey breast, with colby cheese on wheat. (Which i'm currently eating!!)
It's so good.
Hmmmm.

But if it's a submarine sandwich, I like roast beef, chicken breast, and american cheese on wheat.

mmmm
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Jinachi at 2:29PM, June 11, 2008
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SUBWAY FTW!!
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Lonnehart at 6:36PM, June 11, 2008
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Jinachi
SUBWAY FTW!!

Thanks for reminding me. I've got 300 something points on my sandwich card. Good for a couple foot longs. :)
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Gregory at 11:04PM, June 14, 2008
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I also sometimes like to get some steak, remove ALL traces of gristle, tenderise it flat. Fry it up in olive oil and rosemary till it's well done. Slice it thinly and put it into a toasted sandwich with hot mustard and sliced gherkins. And pepper and slat :)
-That is absolutely heavenly!

What Ozone has described is very close to a Philly cheesesteak, the best sandwhich you'll ever have and, quite possibly, the worst. Hoagies and cheesesteaks are as varied in quality as they are vendors that sell them.

They are, in a nutshell, thin sliced beef and melted cheese on a hoagie or roll. Fantastic optional ingredients include sauteed onions, grilled green peppers (peperoncinis can be good in moderation), and sauteed mushrooms. Some are great, some suck. It's my personal quest to try one at every place that serves them. That and gyros. Mmmm…lamb…

And sometimes I just like to eat a plain Vegemite sandwich. ^_^

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Raccoo at 11:34PM, June 14, 2008
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Wow, I'm going to have to try Amelius' recipe for grilled cheese sandwiches. I usually make mine with butter/oil, cheese and bread. Your style sounds like the delicious cheesy bread that Little Caesar's has/had. I hope things get better for you guys.

When I'm too lazy to make something, I just eat peanut butter sandwiches. If the jelly is already out I might use some. Or honey.

I also might make a baloney sandwich with cheese and mustard/mayo. Or roastbeef/chicken with the same.

Oh! Tomato and mayo sandwich! Man, it sucks with the tomato scare going on now. I think I'll walk to the produce stand in the morning to get a couple…

I really like tomato biscuits, with mayo and lettuce. Mmmm Mmmm.
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Armagedon at 12:29AM, June 15, 2008
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I'm stuck between a finally tuned Grilled Turkey and Cheese Sandwich and the awe inspiring toasted PB and J sandwich. can't get enough of em.
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liz at 9:24AM, June 15, 2008
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I like Philly Cheesesteaks, but I LOVE breakfast sandwiches. An egg, bacon, and other stuff in a soft croissant or bagel. Mmm. I don't care where they're gotten from, but I almost always enjoy them.

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herio at 10:09PM, June 17, 2008
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a baget with sun sun dry tomatoes letist slamy a nice kind of cheese thats good though i have a soft spot for
grilled vegaymite and Cheese on brown bred yummy
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Will at 8:28AM, June 18, 2008
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salt and vinegar crisp sandwich.
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Silversonic at 2:15PM, June 18, 2008
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I'm a complex man with simple tastes. A good tuna sandwich is all I need.
WHAT IS A MAN?!

Flesh, blood, bones and organs.
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phinmagic at 6:13PM, June 18, 2008
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Sloppy Joes, all the way.
I once had 13 in one sitting.

I shit you not.

MMM.
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LustfulOblivion at 11:39PM, June 18, 2008
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Simply melted cheese on heated chicken.
Mhhmm Chicken a cheese.. *Drowls*.
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jagular at 1:47AM, June 19, 2008
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spaghetti sandwich.
step 1: get some bread
step 2: apply spaghetti
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supermathsbeaver at 3:39AM, June 20, 2008
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I like tuna and mayo! I like it so much that I'll even eat it when the mayonaise has gone lumpy and resembles cottage cheese. Mmmm, think I'll have to have one soon. Suprised I haven't got food poisoning really…

Oh and spaghetti bolognaise sandwiches are yummy- especially when cold. And proper pork sandwiches. And chicken. I love sandwiches!
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kyupol at 4:11PM, June 20, 2008
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I like pepperoni and bullets.
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dueeast at 12:47PM, June 21, 2008
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I've recently taken to two favorites at Thundercloud Subs:

1. Hot roast beef with avacado(guacamole), lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, “thunder sauce” and black pepper on wheat

2. Hot mesquite smoked chicken with avacado(guacamole), bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, “thunder sauce” and black pepper on wheat.

Never any cheese. I'm lactose intolerant. :)

I also don't mind adding a little garlic to a traditional ham sub with lettuce and tomatoes.

And I'll never turn down a good turkey sub with lettuce, tomatoes, oil and a little black pepper…
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Neilsama at 2:11PM, June 21, 2008
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I make a pizza sandwich. A little Prego and some Mozzarella cheese. Some sausage if you like. Cook it up like a grilled cheese, and MMMMM!!!!
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