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post #61 of 84

R: you asked For it.

two pieces of white bread with peanutbutter and grape jelly....forget it Im already in heaven. time to get to the kitchen PEANUTBUTTER & JELLY SAMmitch....YUM
post #62 of 84
Cucumber and cream cheese (go Brits)
post #63 of 84
Roast chicken with sage & onion stuffing and crisp lettuce in a wholemeal roll does it for me. Especially with a nice cup of tea!(hot tea).
post #64 of 84
ah roast chicken with stuffing and tea forgot about that. that is the best so far proper stuffing though non o that boxed stuff and with mayo
post #65 of 84
I sometimes make omelette sandwiches with just enough egg to be a binder for chopped meat (I made this idea up but I'm sure I'm not the first). Here are a couple I've made:

Mix a sweet chili sauce with egg, pour over chopped chicken in a fry pan, cook, top with a bit of fresh cilantro if desired, put it in between 2 slices of bread

Mix black pepper and your favorite mustard with egg, pour over chopped ham in a fry pan, cook, go from there
post #66 of 84
Sounds like you're making egg foo young sammys to me! :crazy::crazy::D:bounce::talk::beer:
post #67 of 84
Heh I never claimed to be the original

Makes a really good sandwich tho

Sometimes I mix curry paste in the egg. You could even make a shrimp sandwich this way.
post #68 of 84
Tuna melt with tomato
or
Rare roast beef, really good cheddar, tomatoes grilled on sourdough
or roast beef, provolone, tomatoes grilled.

and for brekkie, not original, but bagel with smoked salmon, cream cheese, red onion and capers. Or, English muffin, crab or smoked salmon, avocado and tomato.
post #69 of 84

Favourites...

OK,
cooked one;-

smoked bacon, soft poached egg, sprinkle of sea salt, sprinkle of black pepper, (heinz) ketchup - all in a soft white floury bap with unsalted butter.

Uncooked;-
Cheese and pickles... all time favourite. Usually mature crumbly cheddar with mixed pickles (branston is very good for this).

Gravalax with dill sauce - simple and extremely tasty.

diced egg and tomato mixed with a touch of mayo on plain white.

actually - too many t mention - I just like sandwiches.. well bread really.. :)


cheese and ham with a touch of salad in a fresh french stick....

pate on toast (does that class?)

actually cheese toasties?

making me hungry just thinking about all of them...

regards
Phil
post #70 of 84
I love a good breakfast sandwich. Here is one of my favorites.

Ciabatta bread with mayo on both sides.
Fried egg with cheese melted on top
Bacon, and ham.

Thats pretty much it. I'm easy to please I guess. But it is a lot like Jack in the Boxes ciabatta breakfast sandwich which is good as well.
post #71 of 84
PLT - pancetta lettuce and tomato is another good one
post #72 of 84

Favorite Sammiches

* Day old smoked turkey meat from Thanksgiving on mom's homemade brown bread with mayo. (with a side of potato chips)

* Chicken po-boy

fried chicken tenders (dipped in hotsauce prior to frying), homemade coleslaw, and pickle slices on a french roll. Amazing!

Oh man...I'm getting hungry!
post #73 of 84
Interestingly enough, "pasta" is the same root as "paste" - though this doesn;t make me shun it - in fact in my book whole wheat pasta is vile. Little gritty things under your teeth. I like whole wheat bread, but also white, if it's good home made white, or made by a good bakery.
I guess americans mean wonder bread when they say "white bread" - when i was living in the states, my italian-american family called that "american bread" - for us "white bread" was white italian bread. Though i didn;t know what real italian bread tasted like till i came to italy. Now they have good artisan breads in the states too, but back in the 70s, even american "italian bread" had an ingredient list that took ten minutes to read.
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post #74 of 84
When i visited France, their white bread was a world apart from wonder bread. You're right.
post #75 of 84
My favorite is Brussel Sando
Boil In chicken stock with lemon and lime S&P. then quarter and saute them in garlic butter. When almost close to finish add some oyster mushrooms to pan and mound some more butter:). Toast some baguette or Naan/flatbread spread some Togarashi Aioli. Fry an egg and assemble sando.
post #76 of 84
Texas Toast Bacon Granny Smith Apples Gorgonzola White Cheddar
post #77 of 84

In the Gallery of photos ,  Country Cook Chef Amos , was kind enough to make and post one of my favorite sandwiches (he did not know it) , The Mufflaletta ! If you all have a chance, take a look at that creation, now thats a sandwich- and it is a winner  !!!

 

Petals.

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Petals
Réalisé avec un soupçon d'amour.

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post #78 of 84

thubs up for all of the tomato and mayo, blt's, meatloaf, and tuna melts mentioned, but a real favorite has to be turkey with cranberry relish and a bit of salt and pepper on white or rye using Thanksgiving left overs. 

post #79 of 84
A victoria sandwich is a British sponge CAKE, ie two layers of songe, with a layer of raspberry or strawberry jam sandwiched between. Absolutely nothing to do with savoury sandwich fillings.
post #80 of 84

Anything that fits between 2 slices of bread ;)

 

One of my favorites is a French Dip sandwich (from Phillipe's in L.A.)

 

"Philippe's "French Dipped Sandwich" is the specialty of the house and consists of either roast beef, roast pork, leg of lamb, turkey or ham served on a lightly textured, freshly baked French roll which has been dipped in the natural gravy of the roasts. Swiss, American, Monterey Jack or Blue cheese may be added. To accompany your sandwich we offer a tart, tangy cole slaw, homemade potato and macaroni salads, hard boiled eggs pickled in beet juice and spices, large Kosher style, sour dill or sweet pickles, black olives and hot yellow chili peppers"

 

http://www.philippes.com/

 

A few others:

 

Brisket on rye w/ au jus dipping sauce, coleslaw, potato salad & dill pickles on the side

 

Tuna/artichoke melts w/ provolone in a Panini or toasted English muffins

 

Patty Melts

 

After Thanksgiving Turkey sandwiches

 

Reubens

 

Fried green tomato sandwiches with bacon

 

BLTs

 

Avocado BLTs

 

Chicken salad

 

Howard Johnson's fried clam sandwiches

 

Po' Boys on French bread

 

... and the list goes on

 

 

 

 

post #81 of 84

Leftover thanksgiving turkey on a dollar roll with mayo and salt(mustard optional for my brother in law)

 

leftover roast beef on grilled sourdough, smear of thousand island inside, slices of swiss, tomato, warm roast beef.

post #82 of 84

Nothing will ever take the pleasure of me eating a BLT with mayo xD. 

I hav had good sandwiches, but the BLT still has a place in my heart :rolleyes:

 

Im also one of tgose crazy nuts that loves a fried bologne sandwich xD. 

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post #83 of 84

Guess that makes me a crazy nut too, nothing wrong with a good fried bologna sandwich.   Drop or 2 of bbq sauce doesn't hurt either.

post #84 of 84
As far as SIMPLE goes:

Grilled Nutella and banana on a wrap

Prosciutto, mozz, garden tomato, basil, garlic mayo on baguette or as a panini

Good ole grilled cheese (takes me back to being a kid)

Quality bacon (like Benton's), toasted bread, crispy lettuce, garden tomatoes and for me miracle whip

Tuna with evoo, lemon juice, capers, onions, good olives, on crusty bread

I could go on and on!
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