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  1. #26
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    Such a wide range. I'm a Philly cheesesteak Sandwich kinda guy myself but I'm pretty picky about em.

  2. #27
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    Lately my favorite has been homemade Reuben sandwiches, but every time I eat one I gain 5 pounds or so. So, it is a rare treat.

    I like the hot Italian Beef sandos too, with the hot peppers and au jus.

  3. #28
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    Gimme a regular johnsonville brat with kraut and frenchies

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    We are headed down the "sports car" discussion rabbit hole.

    I feel phillys, hot beefs, etc are their own category. Cold sandwiches another. Open-face sandwiches are kind of like boneless wings. Lots of gray area in the sandwich world.

    I feel the archetype is a proper Club Sandwich and not some over done perversion of it.

    The Soda Fountain in Venice, FL does a pretty fucking spot on job of it. If you judged it like they do dog shows, it would win.

    Toasted white bread. Crisp bacon. Cut into triangles and secured with long toothpicks adorned with green cellophane ribbon.

    The Fiddler's Campground and Market in Sparta, TN is a close second, however they leave the sandwich whole and that's a deduction in my book.

    If we get into the abstract Club arena, then I really like J. Alwexanders and a deli called Cinnamon's in Withchita, KS.

    Here's a Club Sandwich you can set your watch to.
    "I don't pretend to have all the answers, and I think there's something to be said for that" -One For The Road

    Brain dead and made of money.

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    My favorite is a hot Italian meats grinder from Gil’s in Rutland. House made bread that is amazing and they add some of their seasoned oil on it. Then spiced ham, peppered ham and Italian salami. They use shredded cabbage instead of lettuce. So good and pretty much the only reason to go to Rutland.

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    Forgot the brown chopped, pulled pork sandwich w cole slaw on top(Flaming Hearth, Memphis(sadly no longer open.)) and beef brisket w slaw.

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    I almost can’t pick a favorite. I guess a big roast beef sub with lettuce, onions, tomato, Swiss or provolone with Russian dressing or mayo is the one I can always go back to. Over the years, I have gone through Rueben phases, chicken parm phases. When I was in my twenties I ate a lot of Dennys super birds -a variation on the Turkey melt. I’m temporarily off carbs right now so of course I’m spending all my time looking at pizza and sandwiches on the internet.

    Quote Originally Posted by riser4 View Post
    A good sandwich is usually messy. But doesn't fall apart.
    This is a good principle. Not that having a bunch of dressing or grease or melted cheese leaking out between your fingers makes it taste worse. It doesn’t.

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    if there’s a Cuban on the menu I’m usually getting that.

    Also had a buddy that would call his cans of beer “sandwiches”
    “you look like you need a sandwich”
    skid luxury

  10. #35
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    Goddam... I love me a good Reuben or Cubano, but I'm going to go with a Vietnamese BBQ pork bánh mì as the best.

    I'd recommend this place, if you're in the area: https://dragoneats.com/

  11. #36
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    haven't seen it yet, so I (gotta) offer,

    PeanutButter and honey

    on a Quality bread
    ( Brownberry Wheat and I have a more-than-Fifty year history ) ;

    I also appreciate a north country fish sandwich - walleye, or a slab of Superior Whitefish , maybe on an english muffin ( for packing durability ) Maybe with a thick slice of cheese of choice(,) and other condiments as desired
    ( fewer as I age... ) --

    still, that PeanutButter and honey sandwich sounds Very good this morning , and is a

    Good pocket , chairlift schnack ! !! 😋


    thanks... skiJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    if there’s a Cuban on the menu I’m usually getting that.

    Also had a buddy that would call his cans of beer “sandwiches”
    “you look like you need a sandwich”
    +1. mixed feelings, but

    I have a friend who rides with a tube of cans -
    between the two of 'em, my understanding is three-a-piece is the day's ration.


    thanks, bbear ! skiJ 🌝

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    I like a BLT as much as the next guy but my go to sandwich has been and likely always will be a tuna salad on some sort of dark bread, sliced peppercini's, pepper jack cheese, lettuce and tomato. Avo if we are going overboard. I must have so much mercury in me from eating those over the last 55 years.
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    I think you'd have an easier time understanding people if you remembered that 80% of them are fucking morons.
    That is why I like dogs, more than most people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC. View Post
    Lol…was just binging “The Bear” on Hulu last night. Dying for one of those sandwiches….dipped..
    I’m saying mail order. Delivered on dry ice.
    Chicago Italian beef.

    https://www.portillos.com/index-shop-and-ship.html#Food

    Bring your friends and have a mind blowing party.

    PS. Bon mih. Holy fuck those are tasty.
    That could be my number two Sammy

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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    Mutton, lettuce and tomato on rye.....better than true love.

    otherwise onion paper thin prosciutto with sliced Parmesan, sun-fried tomatoes, arugula, onions, oregano evoo and balsamic vinegar on a 1/2 loaf of fresh Italian bread.

    Honorable mention to a Mill-run Deli Roast Beef Joe with extra Russian: Three slices of rye smothered with butter and homemade Russian dressing, rare roast beef, homemade Cole slaw and Swiss cheese.
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    I like a breadless sandwich these days. Turkey, swiss, and lettuce splashed with vinegar and oil. Pickle and olives on the side.

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    Cubano and Reuben are great.

    But the Cubano has to be in Florida.
    And the Reuben has to be at a Jewish deli.

    Otherwise. No. Hard no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    Also had a buddy that would call his cans of beer “sandwiches”
    “you look like you need a sandwich”
    John McPhee claimed that was ubiquitous on the Grand Canyon but I’ve only encountered that in his writing. Never heard anyone say that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cisco Kid View Post
    Warm Beef on Wick with enough horseradish to make your nose run.
    Light horseradish, caramelized onions and a pickle on the side.
    As good as it gets!

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    Ima going with Apache tacos from N New Mexico. Fry bread, ground cow or sheep, green chiles, tomato. Best I can remember was at a dump of a place in Chama.

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    Whatever sandwich is in my hand, too many great ones to pick a favorite

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Ima going with Apache tacos from N New Mexico. Fry bread, ground cow or sheep, green chiles, tomato. Best I can remember was at a dump of a place in Chama.
    +1

    Thank you. skiJ

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    Good roast beef on sourdough with lotsa onions and good mustard. On the warm side a Reuben all day long

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    if there’s a Cuban on the menu I’m usually getting that.

    Also had a buddy that would call his cans of beer “sandwiches”
    “you look like you need a sandwich”
    I've had a few friends that would say Barley Sandwich

    For me it's
    Banh Mi
    Pambazo
    Cubano

    The hierarchy has changed a few times over the years, but always those three

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    if there’s a Cuban on the menu I’m usually getting that.
    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    Cubano and Reuben are great.

    But the Cubano has to be in Florida.
    Cuban for me too, from the Columbia in Ybor city Florida.
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    I've got designs on one in October.

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