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Posted 2/29/16 , edited 2/29/16

qualeshia3 wrote:


TheUltimateTeaGod wrote:



Menage a trois sandwich



What kind of sandwich is that?


It's in San Francisco!

http://www.yelp.com.au/menu/ikes-place-san-francisco/item/menage-a-trois <- This store

I like any sandwich as long as the bread is tasty and the stuff inside are fresh.
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My personal favourite
This is in order of layers.

Lettuce, three layers of garlic roast beef, red onions, medium thick slices of swiss
dry cured Hungarian sausage(Arctic Meats, if possible)), cucumber, very thick slices of low salt mild cheddar cut of the small part of the brick (Paradise Island, if possible)
sauteed mushrooms and red onions
cayenne jam (must have high texture and flavour variation)

put in either

cheese and garlic bread or cranberry bread
cheese buns, if so lower garlic roast beef to 2 layers
croissant, if so lower garlic roast beef to 1 layer

apples(preffrably cameo apples) and guacamole may be added if desired, however the sandwich must be rearranged to accommodate

cheese and garlic bread or cranberry bread is best with apples no guacamole and the Hungarian sausages sauteed with the mushrooms and onions
cheese bun is best with apples
croissant is best with guacamole
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Reuben

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A nice ham sandwich with American and Swiss cheese, bacon, pepperoni, and crushed up Doritos preferably nacho cheese and I love the clashing of textures, tender meat colliding with crunchy chips.
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3 Chicken cheese lettuce on crusty white

2 Sundried tomatoes, eggplant, basil pesto ,ham and lettuce on herb

1 Seranno ham, tomato, olive oil on crusty white
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Salami and cheese.
Vegimite and cheese. (or OZmite)
Ham and cheese toasted is good also.
And i guess ham, cheese, lettuce, tomato is ok also.
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In the summertime, nothing beats a tomato sandwich... Just great artisan bread, mayo, and home grown tomato with a sprinkle of salt/pepper.
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Thank you.
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It's a sandwich me, & my pop's call "THE MEAT".



It's a simple hamburger joe. You cook ground beef, mix it with a couple of spices, add chopped onions, mix in ANY kind of cheese (Usually American cheese) & lay it out on a toasted sandwich bun. That with a tall cup of soda is the dream I tell you! THE DREAM!

My other favorite sandwich is the Hispan-wich.

It has boars head meats, mustard/American cheese, a dab of mayo, a fried egg (With the egg still yolky) & two slices of sweet plantain.

Serve that up with a side of sliced avocado's, & a cold glass of lemonade, & it becomes the best morning ever.

Neither of these are healthy, so watch out if you try to make it.
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Razor_Girl wrote:

In the summertime, nothing beats a tomato sandwich... Just great artisan bread, mayo, and home grown tomato with a sprinkle of salt/pepper.


Tomatoes are so great! Green tomatoes are my favorite. You should try fried green tomatoes in a coconut bread + dipping sauce. The soft texture of the bread, followed by the crunch of the friend tomato goes well with each other.
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Mico171 wrote:


Razor_Girl wrote:

In the summertime, nothing beats a tomato sandwich... Just great artisan bread, mayo, and home grown tomato with a sprinkle of salt/pepper.


Tomatoes are so great! Green tomatoes are my favorite. You should try fried green tomatoes in a coconut bread + dipping sauce. The soft texture of the bread, followed by the crunch of the friend tomato goes well with each other.


Yes, I love fried green tomatoes! They work well in a BLT sandwich also.

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I know it's not technically a sammich but it's close enough for me. Besides I HATE sammiches. I love taco's though and I want to play too so here's my entry.

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instead of using mayo, I use olive oil and oregano to garnish mine. Add a juicy tomato, some lettuce, turkey, and cheese and you have a match made in heaven<3
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I like a good club sandwich
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I love so many types of sandwiches haha but If i had to choose one I would go for the old fashioned PB&J but add potato chips in the middle, usually sour cream and onion
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