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    Chairman of the bored Maister's avatar
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    How would you like your sandwich prepared?

    wheat bread sub bun with:
    oil & vinegar
    ham
    capicola
    salami
    lettuce
    onion
    spicy brown mustard
    provalone (or muenster) cheese
    sliced Claussen dills
    hot pepper relish
    salt & pepper (light sprinkling)
    oregano (moderate sprinkle)

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    Maister are you just starting an alternative "What's For Lunch" thread here? Looking at this, I guss I'll go to Subway today for lunch.
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    Chairman of the bored Maister's avatar
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    Quote Originally posted by Planit View post
    Maister are you just starting an alternative "What's For Lunch" thread here? Looking at this, I guss I'll go to Subway today for lunch.
    I guess this is sort of another way of saying "how would you like your sandwich?"
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    There, I changed the thread title
    Last edited by Maister; 31 Aug 2012 at 10:25 AM.
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    That sounds like a pretty good sandwich Maister. Let me send you my office address so you can have one sent to me for my lunch today.
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    I prefer a whole, multi-grain bread with plenty of seeds and nuts, or sometimes a good fresh Italian bread as the base.
    Chicken is my meat of choice, roasted. This can be accompanied by bacon.
    Muenster or provolone.
    No mustard or mayonaise, thank you very much. Cranberry sauce might be an option.
    Toast it so that the cheese melts.
    Add some lettuce and maybe some onion.
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    From the Grove Market & Deli on West Temple at about 18th South in SLC. Eat here if you're EVER in town.

    White French Bread
    Corned Beef, Swiss Cheese
    Lettuce - Tomato - Pickles - Sweet Peppers
    Salt and Pepper
    Coke.

    Eat this in the sun outside with your aging father while he talks about growing up in this neighborhood during World War II.
    Keep the other half of the sandwich for tomorrow.
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    No sandwich, just toast...



    No omelet either
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    PB& J please!

    multi-grain bread
    peter pan peanut butter (creamy)
    seedless strawberry jam

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    Diverging slightly from the thread here: I get annoyed when I go into a sandwich place and then I have to walk them through how to make a sandwich. They are suposed to be sandwich professionals. They should know. I order the sandwich and if I want something added or not added, I cover that in my order. I do not want to make my sandwich a collaborative effort. Maybe it would be less trouble if you got the hell out of my way and let me make the sandwich my ownself if the baffling conumdrum of sandwich assembly is so much for you.

    I went into the local Pita Pit and ordered the reuben, then had to answer a whole bunch of questions about what I did and didn't want on my reuben. Uh, Sandwich Pro, that is rye bread, corned beef, swiss cheese, sauerkraut, Russian or 1,000 Islands dressing and grill it until the bread is browned and the cheese is partially melted.

    That is why I haven't been back to the Pita Pit and I don't go to Subway. I go to Jimmy Johns, where I order a sandwich off the board and they make it fast without a lot of questions.
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    Maister, do you deliver?

    No one delivers to the boondocks where we live.

    Bread: Whole wheat or some other kind of whole grain bread.
    Meat 'n' cheese: No meat on my sandwich - I'm semi-vegetarian. Muenster is my favorite sandwich cheese, but Provolone will do. Once in awhile I'll have the tuna salad. (I like shrimp salad, too, but it's one of those things I can only get when I'm in the NYC metro area, like in a NJ diner.)
    Condiments: Mustard... preferably the spicy kind.
    Vegetables: All the raw vegetables except onion, please.
    Other: Yes on extras like olives, pickles, roasted red peppers... what else have you got? Artichoke hearts? Sure.

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    My favorite lunch menu : http://www.allmenus.com/nj/westfield...ant-subs/menu/

    I'll take a #2 on wheat, no cheese, and everything.
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    By a woman. Get in the kitchen and make me a sandwich woman!!
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    Quote Originally posted by Mud Princess View post
    Maister, do you deliver?
    Does Maister deliver? Oh yeah, just ask him. He delivers all right.
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    Fry the balonga until burnt on the edges. White bread. Regular prepared mustard and mayo. Maybe processed cheese slice if you are daring.

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    Men can be such pigs.

    White roll with:
    roast beef
    lettuce
    tomato
    lots and lots of mayo

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    Dagwood

    My dad would always make his own versions of the Dagwood Sandwich. Yum!

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dagwood_sandwich
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