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Sat, 02-26-2011 - 1:13pm

What is your favorite deli sandwich?

Does it count for a deli sandwich if it is done at home? Did you name your homemade sandwich?

Do you like pickles on the side or on the sandwich or both :smileyhappy:

My Elle sandwich would be ... pastrami on rye

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a mustard with plenty of horseradish in it!

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Sat, 02-26-2011 - 5:18pm

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Sat, 02-26-2011 - 8:13pm

My favorite deli sandwich would be turkey with red onion, swiss cheese, and honey mustard!

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Sat, 02-26-2011 - 8:14pm
Oh - and my very fave bread would be the Hawaiin sweet buns. 2nd would be asiago cheese bread.
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Sun, 02-27-2011 - 10:45am

We rarely eat deli meat, mostly cuz all the preservatives are no good for us.

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Sun, 02-27-2011 - 12:54pm

We rarely eat out. Besides being vegetarians, dh and ds8 (more severely for ds8) are allergic to corn. Here, almost eveything has corn products, like HFCS.

However, I am ova-lacto, so I like egg salad, cheese (with lots of veggies, and vinegar and oil), and at home, veggie versions of lunch meat. I

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Sun, 02-27-2011 - 1:31pm
Ooh, since Panera counts - almost anything from there. I love their new frontega chicken panini. Otherwise back in college there was this great Italian deli near campus, and they made this fantastic ham, salami and provolone on Italian bread with shredded lettuce, tomatoes and mild peppers and some special olive oil sauce.
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Sun, 02-27-2011 - 8:04pm

paperthin sliced red unions

I just noticed I typed UNIONS instead of ONIONS....must have been thinking about Wisconsin when typing about this! :smileytongue: make it with extracheese :smileyvery-happy:

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Sun, 02-27-2011 - 8:10pm

Hi Pamela,

Love how you note your rice pudding dessert! :smileyvery-happy:

I'm more a bread pudding fan :smileytongue:

Do love a roast beef and gravy dinner too! You had me at mashed potato!

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Sun, 02-27-2011 - 8:27pm

Hi Pamela,

We are Hawaiian bread lovers too, if they kept it in the bread aisle instead of over by the deli, I would most likely buy way too much!

It makes the best bread pudding... we love it as the "bowl" for dips too... especially a clam dip.

I made little turkey and cheese and ham and cheese sandwiches for my church group and they were a huge hit. I mix a 1/2 cup butter with 2 T of mustard, 2 T grated onions, 2 T poppy seeds and 1 T Worcestershire sauce then layer on the meat and cheese and bake 15 minutes at 400.

I think my mouth is watering!

do you make your asiago cheese bread or buy it?

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Sun, 02-27-2011 - 8:39pm

Hi Jean,

Panera is right next to our store, I think my favorite are their chicken grape and almond salad sandwiches.

I just had dinner but I am now getting hungry!! Maybe I need another brownie!

We hardly ever buy deli meat now that the boys are not at home either.I'll eat a homegrown tomato sandwich before anything.

I usually pack leftovers for my lunch. Now that the weather is nice, I usually opt for a salad .... or homemade fruit yogurt something that doesnt need the microwave.

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