1. SubscriberKewpie
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    07 Dec '18 12:59
    Bitey cheese on pumpernickel or dark rye.
  2. SubscriberWOLFE63
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    07 Dec '18 13:581 edit
    Panino Melanzane Grigliate!
    (Grilled Eggplant Sandwich)
    - A nice firm slice of grilled eggplant; thickly sliced fresh "Bufala" mozzarella; thinly sliced "Roma" tomatoes; freshly chilled leaves of garden basil, a quick drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar and coarsely ground black pepper all layered between two thin slices of freshly baked Italian bread .

    (Feel free to bring a fork to table...you'll want every crumb.)
  3. Subscriberbadradger
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    07 Dec '18 14:54
    @divegeester said
    Egg sandwiches are a perfect hangover cure, of sorts. I find the inclusion of bacon can cause complications with bite extraction especially if the egg is slightly runny.
    you must crisp the bacon and let it cool.
  4. Subscriberbadradger
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    07 Dec '18 14:56
    @wolfgang59 said
    "banjo" ?
    also known as a big docker, 2 slices of extra thick cut crusty loaf lathered with butter and filling of your choice.
  5. Subscribermoonbus
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    07 Dec '18 15:22
    Reuben.
  6. Subscriberlemondrop
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    07 Dec '18 15:58
    sheep sandwich
    two slices of bread and a little bit of ewe
  7. Subscriberrookie54
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    07 Dec '18 16:50
    @moonbus said
    Reuben.
    seconded, with caveat,
    i first learned of the reuben at a deli in st louis, after i had taken a job there...
    ever since, i have been disappointed in the offerings from other sandwich shoppes and delis, they just haven't been that great...
    and don't get me started on that imposter from schlotsky's...

    i haven't even been able to recreate it myself...
    i think it may have to do with the dressing, but, not sure...
    i am also handicapped by a palette semi-destroyed by southern cooking...
  8. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    07 Dec '18 18:16
    @fmf said
    Marmite sandwiches.
    ... with cucumber!
  9. Subscribermoonbus
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    07 Dec '18 22:21
    @rookie54 said
    seconded, with caveat,
    i first learned of the reuben at a deli in st louis, after i had taken a job there...
    ever since, i have been disappointed in the offerings from other sandwich shoppes and delis, they just haven't been that great...
    and don't get me started on that imposter from schlotsky's...

    i haven't even been able to recreate it myself...
    i think it may have ...[text shortened]... dressing, but, not sure...
    i am also handicapped by a palette semi-destroyed by southern cooking...
    Some delis have what it takes, some don't. Best dressing IMO is Durkee Sauce.
  10. Standard membernomorechess
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    08 Dec '18 22:41
    BLT...bacon lettuce tomato. Toasted with a little butter and salt. Now I want one.
  11. SubscriberSuzianne
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    08 Dec '18 22:50
    @kewpie said
    Bitey cheese on pumpernickel or dark rye.
    "Bitey cheese"? I'm guessing this is slang from 'down under' or maybe it's British. I'm right with you on the pumpernickel though.

    I could maybe take a guess what this is, but I can be patient and learn something new. 🙂
  12. SubscriberSuzianne
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    09 Dec '18 03:51
    @moonbus said
    Some delis have what it takes, some don't. Best dressing IMO is Durkee Sauce.
    The best delis are either Italian or Jewish. Plenty of both in Philadelphia, where I was born.
  13. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    09 Dec '18 15:32
    @suzianne said
    "Bitey cheese"? I'm guessing this is slang from 'down under' or maybe it's British. I'm right with you on the pumpernickel though.

    I could maybe take a guess what this is, but I can be patient and learn something new. 🙂
    Really? You and being patient and learning something new all in the same sentence. I am very impressed!!! 🙂

    -VR
  14. SubscriberKewpie
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    10 Dec '18 00:03
    @suzianne said
    "Bitey cheese"? I'm guessing this is slang from 'down under' or maybe it's British. I'm right with you on the pumpernickel though.

    I could maybe take a guess what this is, but I can be patient and learn something new. 🙂
    I think it's Aussie slang but I don't know where it came from. It's a very sharp cheddar-style hard cheese.
  15. SubscriberKewpie
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    10 Dec '18 00:041 edit

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