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SAMMICH"S

Post by frodo » Sat May 16, 2015 8:04 am

whats your favorite sammich?

lets here em, i like a garlic grilled cheese

or,,bologna,cheese, mayo, p-nut butter, lettuce on wheat

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Post by jedneck » Sat May 16, 2015 8:07 am

Grilled cheese on a homemade holewheat bread with a slab of mater, couple leaves of basil and a slice of provalone or mozzerela.
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Post by RevSpaminator » Sat May 16, 2015 8:28 am

Cuban... My own smoked pulled pork, ham, mustard and dill pickles on a fresh roll.

Grilled pb&j are also great.
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Post by bearriver » Sat May 16, 2015 9:15 am

Ruben with tons of kraut, Russian dressing.

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Post by Appalachia-Shiner » Sat May 16, 2015 9:37 am

I am smoking a pork butt right now, be ready for suppertime. Pulled Pork and Sweet Baby Rays on a fresh bun....good to go.

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Re: SAMMICH"S

Post by frodo » Sat May 16, 2015 10:18 am

ever hear of beef lebanon bologna ? have not seen it in a couple of years

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Post by jedneck » Sat May 16, 2015 10:22 am

frodo wrote:ever hear of beef lebanon bologna ? have not seen it in a couple of years
Make venison bolagna every year. Little mayo, horseradish mustard on bread.
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Post by frodo » Sat May 16, 2015 11:16 am

jedneck wrote:
frodo wrote:ever hear of beef lebanon bologna ? have not seen it in a couple of years
Make venison bolagna every year. Little mayo, horseradish mustard on bread.
yum yum

Muffuletta http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Real-Nawlins-Muffuletta/

little gas station. serves a roast beef po-boy

warning! do not try and eat a Berts roast beef and drive!!

it is smootherd in thick gravy...a 5 napkin sammich

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Re: SAMMICH"S

Post by jedneck » Sat May 16, 2015 12:05 pm

Peanut butter, marshmellow cream and chololate syrup dipped in eggs and fried
Smores french toast samwich.
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Post by frodo » Sat May 16, 2015 1:25 pm

jedneck wrote:Peanut butter, marshmellow cream and chololate syrup dipped in eggs and fried
Smores french toast samwich.
daaaaaamn!!

this is an actual breakfast sandwich sold on a roach coach in Austin Texas

2- 1'' thick texas toast pieces of french toast
2- fried eggs
2- patties sausage
bacon
cheese
jalapinos

saw a guy eat one at the 9am beak...by 10 am,,he was looking for a corner to take a n nap

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Post by moosemilk » Sat May 16, 2015 4:02 pm

I gotta go with bearriver. Good reuben with tons of sauerkraut. I prefer the Krakus brand kraut if I don't have any home made. And a good home made heavy rye bread.

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Post by ranger_ric » Sat May 16, 2015 6:01 pm

3 soft boiled eggs
1/4 cup grated cheese
cracked pepper to taste
smash up eggs in a bowl with cheese and pepper
mix well after heating in a microwave
smear Gods gift over two slices of Toasted Whole Wheat toast and ENJOY
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Post by woodshed » Sat May 16, 2015 6:24 pm

frodo wrote:
jedneck wrote:
frodo wrote:ever hear of beef lebanon bologna ? have not seen it in a couple of years
Make venison bolagna every year. Little mayo, horseradish mustard on bread.
yum yum

Muffuletta http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Real-Nawlins-Muffuletta/

little gas station. serves a roast beef po-boy

warning! do not try and eat a Berts roast beef and drive!!

it is smootherd in thick gravy...a 5 napkin sammich
The truth. MY SOH is from Baton Rouge. And that is a great sammich. Could be quite a few places round there.
Best eats though.

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Post by ShineonCrazyDiamond » Sun May 17, 2015 8:13 am

jedneck wrote:Peanut butter, marshmellow cream and chololate syrup dipped in eggs and fried
Smores french toast samwich.
This is one messy Ass sandwich! I just made this for lunch for the first time. Thanks Jed! Family loved it. Mmmmmmmm. Smores for lunch! Thanks Jed.
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Post by Jimbo » Sun May 17, 2015 8:34 am

My favorite is a BLT or reuben but this one here is easy and delicious. Peanut Butter, sliced bananas and honey. Do the honey first on both slices. After a couple minutes while youre making the rest the honey becomes almost candy like on there. Hard to describe but a great sammich.
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Post by S-Cackalacky » Sun May 17, 2015 10:06 am

frodo wrote:
jedneck wrote:
frodo wrote:ever hear of beef lebanon bologna ? have not seen it in a couple of years
Make venison bolagna every year. Little mayo, horseradish mustard on bread.
yum yum

Muffuletta http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Real-Nawlins-Muffuletta/

little gas station. serves a roast beef po-boy

warning! do not try and eat a Berts roast beef and drive!!

it is smootherd in thick gravy...a 5 napkin sammich
deja vu - http://homedistiller.org/forum/viewtopi ... 4#p7305429 .
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Re: SAMMICH"S

Post by DFitz » Sun May 17, 2015 10:17 am

Gotta second that Muffelata. Pile it high!

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Re: SAMMICH"S

Post by frodo » Sun May 17, 2015 12:21 pm

S-Cackalacky wrote:
frodo wrote:
jedneck wrote:
frodo wrote:ever hear of beef lebanon bologna ? have not seen it in a couple of years
Make venison bolagna every year. Little mayo, horseradish mustard on bread.
yum yum

Muffuletta http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Real-Nawlins-Muffuletta/

little gas station. serves a roast beef po-boy

warning! do not try and eat a Berts roast beef and drive!!

it is smootherd in thick gravy...a 5 napkin sammich
deja vu - http://homedistiller.org/forum/viewtopi ... 4#p7305429 .


I had no idea this was a thread before....good topic though,

I like it,,,

soft shell crab po boy
oyster po boy
or a shrimp po boy
or mud bug sammich

i am down with either


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Re: SAMMICH"S

Post by frodo » Sun May 17, 2015 12:22 pm

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Post by cranky » Sun May 17, 2015 3:01 pm

Best sandwich is about half a pound of smoked brisket on a bun with just a little sauce. Hard to find around here but in Texas and Oklahoma you can find good brisket everywhere. Found one place over by the airport that can make it right but one is all I need. :D

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Post by frodo » Sun May 17, 2015 3:23 pm

used to get outstanding smoked brisket in HEB in austin. Tx.

was surprised how good it was..

after we ate it..my wife would make a stew out of the left overs..

fantastic stew

HEB is a store chain in Texas,,like kroger or Albertsons

funny story.

I transfered from Colorado to texas..
i rented a house behind the land lords house...nice guy,,he was there when i arrived
he asked if i knew where to get grocery's,,,the bank...helpful info.
I told him..yes..I say the HEB store...he said the what? I said the heb
grocery store,,,couple miles that way...He started laughin.
He said..Thats not the HEB store...It's called H. E. B.

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Post by cranky » Sun May 17, 2015 6:16 pm

I know HEB, spent a summer in San Antonio and a bit of time in Fort Worth too. The HEB central market is the most awesome grocery store in the whole world!!! The one in SA had valet parking, 5 separate deli like counters, one for meat, one for cheese, one for gourmet meals another for Chinese, You could buy an entire wheel OR barrel of cheese there and any kind of vegetable or fruit you could imagine. It was absolutely incredible!

In Oklahoma BBQ was everywhere, every grocery store had a smoker in the parking lot and there was always a guy just inside the door selling BBQ. The absolutely best place I have ever had BBQ was a place in OKC called Leo's, If anybody reading this ever goes through OKC find Leo's BBQ on Lincoln Blvd and your favorite sandwich will be brisket too. I do have to say that I understand Leo passed away some time back but supposedly his son now runs the place and hasn't changed anything. If that's true be prepared to never be satisfied with any other BBQ ever again.

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Re: SAMMICH"S

Post by frodo » Mon May 18, 2015 4:14 am

if i go thru there..i will stop.

love good brisket.

if it has a nice red smoke ring,,and falls apart ..yum yum mmmmmmmmmm

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Post by cranky » Mon May 18, 2015 3:49 pm

The place looks like a run down old bar and it isn't exactly in what could be called a good neighborhood but I think most of the best BBQ isn't in "good" neighborhoods.

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Post by frodo » Mon May 18, 2015 3:59 pm

cranky wrote:The place looks like a run down old bar and it isn't exactly in what could be called a good neighborhood but I think most of the best BBQ isn't in "good" neighborhoods.
LOL..aint that the truth...Buda Texas...5 or 6 miles south of austin
there is a red caboose, behind a gas station...looks like hell
all kinds of choloo looking kids hanging around.

well, thats grand ma and grand pa selling the best tacos

and menudo soup you ever had,,,she puts so much bacon on your breakfast taco.

i had to tell her to stop, LOL

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Post by Truckinbutch » Mon May 18, 2015 4:37 pm

Cut And Shoot , TX . Little conveince store on the west side of town with a BBQ . Town with a name like that ; you don't serve good food , you ain't gonna last long .
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Post by Truckinbutch » Mon May 18, 2015 4:41 pm

At home I like a good peanut butter sammich with my Momma's crisp lime pickles layered over the p-butter and a little Tobasco dropped on top .
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Post by jedneck » Mon May 18, 2015 4:47 pm

Truckinbutch wrote:At home I like a good peanut butter sammich with my Momma's crisp lime pickles layered over the p-butter and a little Tobasco dropped on top .
Damn TB you pregnant. That sound odd enuf that I might like it. Gonna have to make some lime pickles this year. Its been a few years since I had some lime pickles.
Nother good sammich
Left over meatloaf with horseradish mustard and ketzup.
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Post by Truckinbutch » Mon May 18, 2015 5:20 pm

jedneck wrote:
Truckinbutch wrote:At home I like a good peanut butter sammich with my Momma's crisp lime pickles layered over the p-butter and a little Tobasco dropped on top .
Damn TB you pregnant. That sound odd enuf that I might like it. Gonna have to make some lime pickles this year. Its been a few years since I had some lime pickles.
Nother good sammich
Left over meatloaf with horseradish mustard and ketzup.
NO ! NO! HELL NO !, Jed . I ain't knocked up . I just like a peanut butter sammich with lime pickle rounds and hot sauce or hot nanner peppers . Do I get knocked up I'm going to hold my wife to blame because she got on top .
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Post by jedneck » Mon May 18, 2015 5:23 pm

Truckinbutch wrote:
jedneck wrote:
Truckinbutch wrote:At home I like a good peanut butter sammich with my Momma's crisp lime pickles layered over the p-butter and a little Tobasco dropped on top .
Damn TB you pregnant. That sound odd enuf that I might like it. Gonna have to make some lime pickles this year. Its been a few years since I had some lime pickles.
Nother good sammich
Left over meatloaf with horseradish mustard and ketzup.
NO ! NO! HELL NO !, Jed . I ain't knocked up . I just like a peanut butter sammich with lime pickle rounds and hot sauce or hot nanner peppers . Do I get knocked up I'm going to hold my wife to blame because she got on top .
When my wife asks me if I'm pregnant I say " yup its a baby miniature elephant. Wanna see its trunk?" Usually get called an asshole.
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