favorite sandwich from childhood

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  1. greekonomist

    greekonomist Senior member

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    In college I would take any simulated pork cold cut, fry it and put it between two slices of white bread. The grease from the fried cold cuts would drench the bread and it tasted like heaven.


    Ever try Taylor Pork Roll?

    Mine would be: 1) Gyro 2) Cheesesteak
     


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    Nutella and PB with Banana's

    Fluff and PB - on wonder - my parents would scream if they saw me eating this one.

    salami, Parmigiano Regiano drizzle of olive oil - this was heaven and still is!

    Sausage and peppers

    Dam now I'm hungry!
     


  3. greekonomist

    greekonomist Senior member

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    Can we consider empanadas sandwiches?

    Chorizo or morcilla in a crusty roll.
     


  4. michaeljkrell

    michaeljkrell Senior member

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    Butter and jelly...
     


  5. Dewey

    Dewey Senior member

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    peanut butter + marshmallow creme
     


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    Spatlese Senior member

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    When times were tough during childhood, my mother would still make sure we went to school with sandwiches loaded with cheap but tasty braised shredded pork.

    Now I reciprocate by feeding her foie gras regularly.
     


  7. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Grilled sourdough, ham, and muenster on one of those "grilled sandwich" presses.
     


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    whacked Senior member

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    Not really sandwich, but French toasts for me. I still try to eat them as much as I can.
     


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    matadorpoeta Senior member

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    carnitas, fried beans, and melted asadero cheese on a french roll. i haven't had a good torta since i was 12. [​IMG]
     


  10. kwilkinson

    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    Butter and salami and bread doesn't sound like a great combo... but I'll give it a try sometime and see.

    I'm with Greek on the Gyros and the Cheesesteak. And with GDL/Ed on the Croque monsieur. A croque madame (monsieur with a fried or poached egg on top) is damn good too.
     


  11. Septavius

    Septavius Senior member

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    When I was a little kid, sometimes I made butter and sugar on white bread. Suprisingly, one of my friends has done this as well.

    I enjoyed my mom's French toast though.
     


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    Butter and salami and bread doesn't sound like a great combo... but I'll give it a try sometime and see.
    the french often make sandwiches with only ham, butter, and bread.
     


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    Histrion Senior member

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    the french often make sandwiches with only ham, butter, and bread.

    That's pretty much the sandwiches I ate when I was a kid. I didn't eat a lot of them, though.

    When I feel like making a sandwich, its usually very simple: baguette, ham, dijon mustard/meaux mustard, a slice of jarlsberg, slices of tomatoes, that's it.
     


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    tonylumpkin Senior member

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    Peanut butter and pickles.

    Oh yeah! On Old Settler rye bread and the pickles have to be hamburger dill slices.
     


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    When I was a little kid, sometimes I made butter and sugar on white bread. Suprisingly, one of my friends has done this as well.

    I did this. I also liked butter with strawberry jam on white bread (not toasted).
     


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