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Sammich Study

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Resurrection_Joe, May 9, 2006.

  1. Resurrection_Joe

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    Just in case my pipe dream Beer Haus Und Sammich Hell bar goes through I need to study sammiches

    What are sammiches you like? What would you pay for a stellar example of said sammich? These are all on regular old bread too. Slicey. Wheat, white, whatever.
     
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    either

    roast beef, letuce, mayo. black peper, green pepper
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    ham, lettuce, mayo, black peper

    both on white bread
     
  3. Corey 78K5

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    I love Rubens. Lots of kraut pastrami swiss on rye. Some places make them on sourdough but it's not as good as rye. A must in any sammich shop IMHO.
    Oh yeah I would pay $5-7 for a sammich and price of beer would depend on whether it was import, domestic or micro brew
     
  4. midnitewarya

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    White, ham, turkey, mayo, mozzarella cheese, and some hot sauce.

    If the bread and meat were thick, and maybe some lettuce, I'd pay $7 for the sammich and a Zeigen Bock Amber.

    Dang, now I'm hungry.
     
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    Rubens are great. I also like hot ham and cheese.
     
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    white bread some roast beef a big heepin thing of horseraddish some mayo sweet and hot pepers lettuce and tomato and pepper ;D
     
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    A good Cuban is another favorite of mine.
     
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    BBQ samwich, with cole slaw. Now that I think about it, make it a BBQ samwich melt, like a grill cheese, but no cheese. Just put the cole slaw on after, so it's still cool and crunchy. And not this NC BBQ stuff with vinegar, real BBQ. Dang, now I am gonna have to make some this weekend and try that.

    I'd pay, ummm, $6.39.

    Oh, and hot sauce. You need that too.
     
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    Really? :eek1: :eek1: :eek1: :eek1:
     
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    Toasted ham and cheese, Muenster and ham on Rye.
     
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    Isn't this a crock of ch!t!! we do have something in common!:doah:


    :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:
     
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    MMMMMMMMMM , there used to be a rib place in detroit that made them .now NOCOLIES makes a GREAT bbq pork sammich just like you said. whoda thunk cole slaw would be good on that?:laugh:
     
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    Crispy fried livermush, 3/4 inch thick with mustard and cole slaw! :p:
     
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    1. Roast Beef with dipping sauce on rye.
    2. Meatball on Parmesan, lots of tomato sauce and cheese.
    3. Philly cheese steak
    4. Tuna with onions, mayo, relish on toasted wheat

    Extra fixins include lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheese, et. No white bread for me.

    For a well made sammich I'd pay 6.50 tops.
     
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    is that like liver worst??:laugh:
     
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    "fixins":haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:
     
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    grilled ham and swiss with tomato and mayo on white bread. that's the sh!t right there.
     
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    What is with you people and white bread? Ever heard of whole grain, wheat, sourdough or rye? White bread is for people who think bolagna is good.
     
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    and may I ask...what the hell is wrong with Eastern NC BBQ??????? better than that Lexington style they serve in the mountains.

    No offense Dontoe.

    :D :D :D I can cook some mean Eastern NC BBQ. see?? [​IMG]

    :p: :D :D :D :D
     
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    1.Ruben, my own variation would be marble rye , turkey, and brie about 2" of krout and the local Burgerville spread that they sell in a jar, think thousand island thats really really bad for you...
    .2 Sub, stuffed with everything and so saturated with oil and vinager you practically have to eat it with a spoon..
    .3 Bleu cheese stuffed bacon burger w/ garlic rosemary fries..
    7.50
     

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