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Post by jb-texshine » Tue Mar 31, 2015 11:27 pm

BBQ chicken , refried beans ranchero sauce and mex rice.with jalapeño peppers and chipotle sauce with queso fresca cheese on french bread..... what's your favorite sandwich.
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Post by Drunk-N-Smurf » Tue Mar 31, 2015 11:34 pm

Pistrami on rye with Swiss cheese.
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Post by googe » Wed Apr 01, 2015 12:24 am

Thick slices of Tomato and onion with salt and lots of pepper.I'm simple!.
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Post by moosemilk » Wed Apr 01, 2015 12:35 am

So many good ones! Genoa, calibrese, pastrami, corned beef, egg salad, tuna, klik, but definitely any sandwich is best on heavy (dark) rye bread. For favorite, I'd have to put a reuben up there!

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Post by thecroweater » Wed Apr 01, 2015 2:12 am

Metwurst dill cucumber and cheese, can't beat it with a stick
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Post by whistlewetter » Wed Apr 01, 2015 3:17 am

I second the reuben!

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Re: favorite sandwich

Post by Boxcutter » Wed Apr 01, 2015 3:50 am

Any type of fried seafood po-boy shrimp,catfish,crawfish,redfish,flounder,speckle trout,soft shell crab,and can't leave out fried back strap. Hard to beat these options

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Post by heartcut » Wed Apr 01, 2015 4:31 am

My favorite sandwich is a rare steak
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Post by dieselduo » Wed Apr 01, 2015 4:47 am

pulled pork with carolina mustard based sauce topped with sour coleslaw

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Post by jedneck » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:13 am

Grilled tomatoe, basil and provalone on home made wheat bread.
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Post by Appalachia-Shiner » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:14 am

My own Pulled Pork hot off the smoker...slathered with some Sweet Baby Rays Spicy sauce.

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Post by carbohydratesn » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:24 am

Yesss, Sweet Baby Ray's is the best. Makes a hell of a meatloaf.

My favorite sandwich right now - heat up some oil in a pan, add an assortment of spices that go well together - chili powder, cocoa, whatever you feel like. Let it cook a little, get some Maillard reactions goin' with all of the different chemicals in those spices.

When that's hot, fry an egg in it. When that's done, slip some good ham or turkey under the egg, drop a slice of cheese on top of the egg, and put a lid on the pan. Let it sit for a few minutes, get some more Maillard reactions going in the meat :D

Spinach on top of the cheese is great too, it gets steamed. Put some dijon mustard on bread, slide everything out of the pan, and you will have a really damn good sandwich.

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Post by Braz » Wed Apr 01, 2015 7:36 am

dieselduo wrote:pulled pork with carolina mustard based sauce topped with sour coleslaw
Oh yes!

Picked up two nice pork butts on sale this week. Destined for the smoker next weekend.
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Re: favorite sandwich

Post by S-Cackalacky » Wed Apr 01, 2015 7:44 am

A New Orleans style roast beef po-boy, dressed and wet enough so the juice runs down to my elbows.
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Post by Appalachia-Shiner » Wed Apr 01, 2015 7:45 am

Dammit, y'all got me hungry; I'm going home and start smoking some HAWG.

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Post by The KYChemist » Wed Apr 01, 2015 8:24 am

Anything from Primanti Bros... Haven't had one in awhile though. My favorite is the cappicola and egg. Gotta make it "dirty" though. Heat up the Cole slaw on the grill with hot sauce mixed in.
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Post by aquavita » Wed Apr 01, 2015 8:36 am

While I LOVE Premanti's - This is what I crave today.
Shrimp PoBoy from NOLA Grocery on Bourbon
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Post by Boxcutter » Wed Apr 01, 2015 2:28 pm

S-Cackalacky wrote:A New Orleans style roast beef po-boy, dressed and wet enough so the juice runs down to my elbows.
Doesn't get any better than that !!! If it ain't sloppy you doing something wrong :thumbup:

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Post by ga flatwoods » Wed Apr 01, 2015 3:32 pm

Seems I eat a lotdof shit samwiches! :|
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Boxcutter wrote:
S-Cackalacky wrote:A New Orleans style roast beef po-boy, dressed and wet enough so the juice runs down to my elbows.
Doesn't get any better than that !!! If it ain't sloppy you doing something wrong :thumbup:
I lived in NO for 2 years - long time ago. The roast beef poboy is something I couldn't get enough of - that and Popeye's chicken tacos. I would stop at a little place (portable building) in a dirt parking lot along Lapalco in Algiers on the West Bank a couple times a week. That sandwich is among the best things I ever ate.
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Post by SassyFrass » Wed Apr 01, 2015 4:01 pm

I reckon I'm just a simple fella. All of those look and sound great, BUT nothing beats a good fried bologna sandwich. Little hot mustard a slice of cheese and a mater slice. Side order of Grippo's BBQ chips and an Ale81 to drink.

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Post by swampdog 2 » Wed Apr 01, 2015 4:08 pm

hog head cheese, Vidalia onion, sliced tomater , slice of cucumber ,with a touch of mayo on a cat head biscut :thumbup:

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Post by S-Cackalacky » Wed Apr 01, 2015 4:28 pm

Fried spam with yellow mustard and a thin slice of red onion on Wonder bread. Is it OK to have more than one favorite?
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Post by bentstick » Wed Apr 01, 2015 4:44 pm

Rueben with swiss,Asiago and parmesan oh and the beef subsituded with corned venison,on homemade rye,and yes homemade saurkruat!!! Is a good meal
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Post by jedneck » Wed Apr 01, 2015 4:52 pm

Homemade bisquit split in half with 2 eggs pile o bacon and cheese.
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Post by Boxcutter » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:18 pm

S-Cackalacky wrote:
Boxcutter wrote:
S-Cackalacky wrote:A New Orleans style roast beef po-boy, dressed and wet enough so the juice runs down to my elbows.
Doesn't get any better than that !!! If it ain't sloppy you doing something wrong :thumbup:
I lived in NO for 2 years - long time ago. The roast beef poboy is something I couldn't get enough of - that and Popeye's chicken tacos. I would stop at a little place (portable building) in a dirt parking lot along Lapalco in Algiers on the West Bank a couple times a week. That sandwich is among the best things I ever ate.
not knowing how long ago you were here . You won't remeber the name of the place I'm in that area quite often. I always look for new place to try. In louisiana there's so many we'll know restaurants here but I prefer the mom and pops place. They put love into their food that just cant repeat anywhere else in my opinion. The hardest thing down here is choosing which place to eat at being you can't travel more than a couple miles with passing a resteraurant. There nothing like traveling off the beaten path to find a good cajun resteraurant in the middle of no where at the end of the road down the street from the boat launch. Love this place

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Post by jb-texshine » Wed Apr 01, 2015 9:34 pm

Yes it is OK to have more than one favorite... my original sandwich....yeah ...I was drunk...
Pastrami and...marble rye bread Munster cheese spicy brown mustard deli style pickels tomatoes and purple (red) onion.
Y'all Yankees don't know bout Whataburger...
Best poboy.... fried oyster. Hands down. Don't try to convince me otherwise.
But best ever...that Saturday evening snack sandwich after you've been hunting all week...bologna(cold and watery... slightly sandy) cheap ass mustard sliced Cheddar. Pickel on side chased with a beer of your choice with one of your sons mid rut whitetail season in the middleof nowhere...
Beat that...
Some people say presentation is everything...
I say location trumps presentation when combined with the right setting.
Just sayin...
Btdt and that was my Thanksgiving 2014...
Wouldn't trade that for anything .
That was the best sandwich ever
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Post by jb-texshine » Wed Apr 01, 2015 9:42 pm

ga flatwoods wrote:Seems I eat a lotdof shit samwiches! :|
Sometimes life's like that... try not to breathe as you chew and swallow.
Lol.
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(Then again you killed me...enjoy that sandwich.....lol
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Re: favorite sandwich

Post by jb-texshine » Wed Apr 01, 2015 10:03 pm

Boxcutter wrote:
S-Cackalacky wrote:
Boxcutter wrote:
S-Cackalacky wrote:A New Orleans style roast beef po-boy, dressed and wet enough so the juice runs down to my elbows.
Doesn't get any better than that !!! If it ain't sloppy you doing something wrong :thumbup:
I lived in NO for 2 years - long time ago. The roast beef poboy is something I couldn't get enough of - that and Popeye's chicken tacos. I would stop at a little place (portable building) in a dirt parking lot along Lapalco in Algiers on the West Bank a couple times a week. That sandwich is among the best things I ever ate.
not knowing how long ago you were here . You won't remeber the name of the place I'm in that area quite often. I always look for new place to try. In louisiana there's so many we'll know restaurants here but I prefer the mom and pops place. They put love into their food that just cant repeat anywhere else in my opinion. The hardest thing down here is choosing which place to eat at being you can't travel more than a couple miles with passing a resteraurant. There nothing like traveling off the beaten path to find a good cajun resteraurant in the middle of no where at the end of the road down the street from the boat launch. Love this place
Can I get in on dat Nola grub...
How bout dat old school blood sausage and spicy mustard on baguette roll. For those who don't know,it is illegal to make or sell blood sausage nowadays... that an what was called"seafoood pro boys" used to be as common as taco stands in Texas.
Speaking of which...
Lengua de vaca tortas.. cow toungue sandwich... seasoned like taco meat on cjabatta type bread with salsa Verde with queso fresco. For y'all non texicans that's a cow tongue sandwich(roasted) on tough ass bread with hotter than hell salsa that is made from Greene(Verde) tomatoes called tomatillos and a crumbly goat cheese. Garnished with ripe red tomatoes and cilantro with like juice squeezed on the bread.
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Re: favorite sandwich

Post by WooTeck » Thu Apr 02, 2015 2:15 am

i make a big ass manwich. 800g tiger bread, usually with £12 of various deli meats. usually salami, chorizo, chicken, bacon & beef with a load of lettice piled on top. feeds a few or me for 20+ hours.

or i get £10 mix & match deal from the suppermarket. 4 cut up chicken breasts seaseond with salt, pepper, cinamon and sugar. 400g of mince w/t salt pepper and hot sauce. topped with a bunch of bacon. on the 800g tiger bread cut in half with grilled cheese on both sides.

both are held together in the bag that the bread came in and are good eating. perfect for the long sunny days(we get about 17h of daylight during the summer months) in the park by a cooler of beers.

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