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Old 02-23-2008, 08:32 AM
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Two more: Gyros and grilled cheese!
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Old 02-23-2008, 10:03 AM
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I love a lot of different sandwiches, this is a short list of favorites some:

Smoked Chicken or Turkey with sweet onion, mayo and black pepper, sometimes with swiss cheese
Country Pate or liverwurst with mustard on dense rye
Fresh peanut butter on soft white bread, sometimes with crispy bacon
Shaved Roast beef, mayo and mustard
Tortilla Espanol on a baguette (Madrid airport ritual)
Tuna Salad (my kitchen sink version)
Serrano ham and fresh tomatoes
Basic grilled cheese or ham n cheese

And I never really liked lettuce on my sandwiches. I guess my mom used to make us sandwiches ahead of time for school. My wife found out from my cousin who helped once that she put lettuce on the sandwiches and then froze them ...no wonder!
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Old 02-29-2008, 03:52 AM
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....So? I like building Sandwiches too.

Here's my favorite recipe:

Jimís Tuna Fish Salad Sandwich

Take 2 cans of tuna and drain well

Add to mixing bowl:

Flaked tuna
ľ to Ĺ cup Diced onions
Ĺ cup Diced celery
ľ cup Pickle relish, or to taste
ľ cup of fresh parsley, shredded
Dashes of Lemon juice and/or wine vinegar, to taste
3 or 4 tablespoons of Mayonnaise
3-6 Diced boiled egg whites
1 cup Shredded lettuce
Dash of Herbs de Provence
Black pepper to taste

Mix together gently with a fork and serve on fresh soft bread.

Jimís Kitchen Sink Recipe Options :

Use a drizzle of olive oil
Use some fresh dill or cilantro instead of or with the parsley
Using the whole boiled eggs (I remove the yokes to reduce the fat/cholesterol in the recipe)
Diced dill pickle and/or diced English cucumber
Celery seeds to taste
Diced tomatoes (may need to drain well to keep mixture from being too watery
Sliced olives
Whole or chopped capers
Using salad dressing instead of the lemon juice/vinegar & olive oil
Try some grated parmesan
Serve it on a bed of lettuce instead of making a sandwich

Leftovers will last about a day in the refrigerator, but stir it up since the liquids will drain to the bottom.

And as usual, I never measure anything so adjust the recipe to suite your tastes!

Enjoy!
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Old 02-29-2008, 09:31 AM
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Two more: Gyros and grilled cheese!
Panini is just a cool sounding word for grilled cheese. :-)
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Old 03-01-2008, 05:27 AM
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I like it simple...2 thick slices of crusty Italian bread..genoa salami..provolone cheese and some homeade roasted peppers..and James..there's nothing wrong with tuna packed in water..i make sauce for pasta with white tuna packed in water and use my own oil.that way i know exactly what oil i'm consuming
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Old 03-01-2008, 08:17 AM
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Panini is just a cool sounding word for grilled cheese. :-)
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Yes, our American version. I had one from Safeway a couple of weeks ago. They greased it up too much and ruined the sandwhich.

The standard panino sold in Sicily was provolone and salami or mortadella (mystery meat) on a rock hard crusted Italian bread. One dollar, 1500 lire everywhere you go. The crust was so hard your mouth hurt when you were done eating.

If you ate them everyday, your palate would eventually get over the bleeding/trauma and develop a callus. Then the panini were pure joy. We sure fixed a heck of a lot of broken teeth caused by these bread bombs.
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Old 03-05-2008, 05:41 PM
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I love a lot of different ones too...I have to add a Cuban sandwich to this list...and add onions to the liverwurst on rye and horseradish to the roast beef...add onions to the peanut butter with bacon... ...I know it sounds crazy but....tastes gooood... ...nice Vidalia is probably best!
I'll probably add more suggestions soon!
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I love a lot of different sandwiches, this is a short list of favorites some:

Smoked Chicken or Turkey with sweet onion, mayo and black pepper, sometimes with swiss cheese
Country Pate or liverwurst with mustard on dense rye
Fresh peanut butter on soft white bread, sometimes with crispy bacon
Shaved Roast beef, mayo and mustard
Tortilla Espanol on a baguette (Madrid airport ritual)
Tuna Salad (my kitchen sink version)
Serrano ham and fresh tomatoes
Basic grilled cheese or ham n cheese

And I never really liked lettuce on my sandwiches. I guess my mom used to make us sandwiches ahead of time for school. My wife found out from my cousin who helped once that she put lettuce on the sandwiches and then froze them ...no wonder!
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Old 03-05-2008, 08:58 PM
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Liverworst? Isn't that like deviled ham? I thought they were both relatives to vegimite.
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George,

That comment about the divine liverwurst tells me you're a born and bred (or is it bred and born?) westcoaster. On the east coast, liverwurst sandwiches belong to a major food group. There are many types, coarse and fine, heavily peppered and not, herbed and not. I'm with Dutch, rye bread (preferably sour), skin of butter, fine grind liverwurst, sharp cheese, onion and, in my case, Dijon mustard. Sigh. Right up there with Pastrami on rye in a New York deli.

No, you don't necessarily want to know what's in liverwurst, but just think of it as a German pate, and you're away.

Then, of course, there's Pennsylvania scrapple, but that's a whole nuther gastronomic category. You don't want to know what's in that, either.

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Old 03-06-2008, 06:25 AM
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Yes...forgot the mustard...dijon definitely...capers too on occasion...wouldn' really want to look at the scrapple either
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