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  1. #1
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    Favorite sandwich?

    Imma blat guy. How about you?
    Brandine: Now Cletus, if I catch you with pig lipstick on your collar one more time you ain't gonna be allowed to sleep in the barn no more!
    Cletus: Duly noted.

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    Do burritos count as sandwiches?

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    Always, at least for the purposes of this discussion
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    Cletus: Duly noted.

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    If I'm hungry tho a whole muffuletta can be mighty darn satisfying and runs a close, neck and neck kinda, second
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    Cletus: Duly noted.

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    Earlier this summer
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    Brandine: Now Cletus, if I catch you with pig lipstick on your collar one more time you ain't gonna be allowed to sleep in the barn no more!
    Cletus: Duly noted.

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    Yeah a summer blt with good tomatoes on sourdough toast can't really be beat but I love a good Reuben.

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    Used to be pastrami on rye, but these days dictate a more attenuated avo on onion on toast.
    I miss the pickles, lox and bagels of the local Shorewood deli bitd, Marx Brothers, Chalie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy and others I can't dredge right now.

    In heresy to the blt.
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    Ok, stay with me here because this isn't the most manly sandwich and it's French but it's a super good BLT alternative.
    Start with a length of good baguette split lengthwise.
    Put some good brie on one side then toast it up so the brie is melted.
    Then spread apricot jam (bon ma'am preferably) on the other face.
    Then layer green apple slices on top of the brie.
    Then add a layer of bacon on that and close it up and eat.

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    BLAT is pretty tasty, but my default is a club. Actually a good banh mi is tough to beat.

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    blt/a and rueben are up there. meatloaf can be epic and quite nostalgic for me. some fancy steak variants on baguette stand out in memory

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    Lox with cream cheese, capers, and red onion on a sesame bagel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    If I'm hungry tho a whole muffuletta can be mighty darn satisfying and runs a close, neck and neck kinda, second
    Muffuletta from Cochon Butcher in New Orleans may top my list.

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    Club on lightly toasted sourdough, add gourmet mustard of sort, hold the mayo.

    Lego’s (we don’t care about gender) sando variation is on my super short list now. I’d make now if I had ingredients on hand.
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    Warm Beef on Wick with enough horseradish to make your nose run.
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    Chicken Parm. I strangely like it with romaine. Or a NY roast beef sliced paper thin with lots of black pepper, mayo, fresh tomato, and shredded lettuce.
    Is it radix panax notoginseng? - splat

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    Quote Originally Posted by LegoSkier View Post
    Ok, stay with me here because this isn't the most manly sandwich and it's French but it's a super good BLT alternative.
    Start with a length of good baguette split lengthwise.
    Put some good brie on one side then toast it up so the brie is melted.
    Then spread apricot jam (bon ma'am preferably) on the other face.
    Then layer green apple slices on top of the brie.
    Then add a layer of bacon on that and close it up and eat.
    That sounds like my go to ski sandwich.
    Bacon, brie and choice of jelly (blackberry jalapenos was awesome).
    But on toaster waffles instead of bread (they have the nice nooks and crannies and can withstand being carried in a pocket).

    Calorie bomb.

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    "I don't pretend to have all the answers, and I think there's something to be said for that" -One For The Road

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    A good sandwich is usually messy. But doesn't fall apart.

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    Italian cold cut sandwich Monica’s Mercato North End Boston. Love me. A good Italian with everything on it light on the hots on great bread!
    Damn, we're in a tight spot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Stainless View Post
    As a Chicago boy. I agree. Italian beef with hots and sweets

    It’s only in Chicago. But Portillo does mail order.

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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    As a Chicago boy. I agree. Italian beef with hots and sweets

    It’s only in Chicago. But Portillo does mail order.
    Lol…was just binging “The Bear” on Hulu last night. Dying for one of those sandwiches….dipped..

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    C’mon - The Jewzer was created by a Mag!

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    A nice chacarero
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    Alternatively, a homemade steak cheese and onion made from leftover holiday prime rib

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    BLT

    Italian combo w shedded iceberg lettuce, olive oil, red wine vinegar(from NJ, NY metro)

    Tuna salad

    Chicken/Turkey salad

    Pastrami/Corned Beef

    Eggplant parm/chicken parm

    Turkey/avocado/bacon/tomato

    Club

    Banh mi

    Grilled cheese w ham and tomato

    Meatloaf

    Hot Turkey


    These can all be memorable depending on the quality of bread, tomatoes, and of course the meat and cheese.

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