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Old 05-08-2010, 12:00 AM   #21
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i find that turkey and cream cheese go really well together.

since i like mayo, if im feeling like a super fatass, i like to use mayo-based salads as a condiment in place of mayo for sandwiches i'd normally put mayo in (turkey, roast beef, etc.). i use stuff like coleslaw, potato salad, tuna salad, chicken salad, etc.

also: on whoever mentioned primanti bros. pittsburgh is one of my least favorite cities, but everytime i'm there, i gotta get me some primanti bros
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This sandwich looks off the hook
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Old 05-09-2010, 09:24 AM   #24
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The New Chicken Parm

Chicken cutlet, mozz, penne vodka sauce, and some hot sauce.
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Old 05-10-2010, 03:00 PM   #25
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sounds intriguing and i have all of those ingredients. what are you supposed to do with them?

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Try this Peanut Butter and Chile for a great, filling breakfast:

Two slices Trader Joe Honey Wheat
Plain peanut butter
Pepper flakes (like for a pizza)
Steel cut oats (raw)
Ground cinnamon
Brown sugar

Be liberal with the peanut butter and cinnamon. You will be amazed how energizing this is, especially compared to the lethargy that follows a donut.
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sounds intriguing and i have all of those ingredients. what are you supposed to do with them?
Put them on bread, lol.
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Old 02-26-2014, 08:13 PM   #27
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just tried Wendy's Ciabatta Bacon Cheeseburger. very underwhelming
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Old 02-26-2014, 08:19 PM   #28
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just tried Wendy's Ciabatta Bacon Cheeseburger. very underwhelming
you bumped this thread after almost 4 years for a goddamn wendy's cheeseburger? holy shiit

anyways

best burger in the world

8oz patty
thick cut applewood smoked bacon
smoked macintosh apple (1/4 inch slice)
crispy pan fried leeks
blue cheese/creme fraiche
toast that bun over the charcoal, will ya?


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you bumped this thread after almost 4 years for a goddamn wendy's cheeseburger? holy shiit
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Old 05-21-2014, 03:00 PM   #32
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Update to sandwich making lol

So... I've always been a huge fan of mayo, good mayo. Currently i use "Sir Kensington" mayo and it is delicious, but I think i'm going to head to trader joes soon and get something that is double the size for half the price... (this is a tiny jar for $7... yup)

Anyways, recently I was introduced to putting mayo and mustard on a sandwich. At first, I was offended lol. I never ever in a million years thought to put them together. idk why, just didn't think the flavors would blend well. Well... it does, rather well too, so, there is my story for the day. Now I find my sandwiches more enjoyable and definitely more healthy now that i can cut half the mayo and replace it with mustard.

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Update to sandwich making lol

So... I've always been a huge fan of mayo, good mayo. Currently i use "Sir Kensington" mayo and it is delicious, but I think i'm going to head to trader joes soon and get something that is double the size for half the price... (this is a tiny jar for $7... yup)

Anyways, recently I was introduced to putting mayo and mustard on a sandwich. At first, I was offended lol. I never ever in a million years thought to put them together. idk why, just didn't think the flavors would blend well. Well... it does, rather well too, so, there is my story for the day. Now I find my sandwiches more enjoyable and definitely more healthy now that i can cut half the mayo and replace it with mustard.

k Bye.
lol, mustard and mayo are my main condiments.
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lol, mustard and mayo are my main condiments.
i've seen it done before and always said to myself "wtf you gotta be kidding me"

Never realized they are that good together....
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Old 05-22-2014, 09:39 AM   #35
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Favorite deli sandwich...

Baguette or Semolina bread, bloody roast beef, meunster cheese, tomato, little mayo, mustard, salt, pepper.

Favorite im feeling fat sandwich.

Baguette or Semolina bread, chicken cutlet, american cheese, gravy.

Favorite fast food sandwich...

Mcdonalds Filet of fish (long story.)

Favorite $$$ sandwich....just a well done lobster roll.
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Update to sandwich making lol

So... I've always been a huge fan of mayo, good mayo. Currently i use "Sir Kensington" mayo and it is delicious, but I think i'm going to head to trader joes soon and get something that is double the size for half the price... (this is a tiny jar for $7... yup)

Anyways, recently I was introduced to putting mayo and mustard on a sandwich. At first, I was offended lol. I never ever in a million years thought to put them together. idk why, just didn't think the flavors would blend well. Well... it does, rather well too, so, there is my story for the day. Now I find my sandwiches more enjoyable and definitely more healthy now that i can cut half the mayo and replace it with mustard.

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You bouzhie b!tch. This is murica....Hellmans or nothing.
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You bouzhie b!tch. This is murica....Hellmans or nothing.
meh not really crazy about the big name brand mayos.. they don't taste nearly as good
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meh not really crazy about the big name brand mayos.. they don't taste nearly as good
Certain things need to remain cheap to taste good....lots of imitators, but there's no replacement for good old merican Kraft Mac and Cheese. Just busting your balls.
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Old 05-22-2014, 10:56 AM   #39
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haha i know... funny you say that, i will NEVER eat homemade mac and cheese, lobster mac and cheese, 4 cheese mac and cheese al forno, etc etc etc.... never ever ever Kraft Mac and Cheese is where its at. Don't laugh, but if/when i go buy them, I get the cartoon ones lol. They taste better than the normal elbows. Never got the spiral ones or anything else.

wow haven't had mac n cheese in at least a couple years... need to fix that soon, i just got a super craving for it


(other junk food i need seldomly...)

Slim Jim - they are awesome
BK original chicken sandwich
RI Hot Weiners.... Olneyville NY System from RI just won a James Beard Award for them ROFL
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haha i know... funny you say that, i will NEVER eat homemade mac and cheese, lobster mac and cheese, 4 cheese mac and cheese al forno, etc etc etc.... never ever ever Kraft Mac and Cheese is where its at. Don't laugh, but if/when i go buy them, I get the cartoon ones lol. They taste better than the normal elbows. Never got the spiral ones or anything else.

wow haven't had mac n cheese in at least a couple years... need to fix that soon, i just got a super craving for it


(other junk food i need seldomly...)

Slim Jim - they are awesome
BK original chicken sandwich
RI Hot Weiners.... Olneyville NY System from RI just won a James Beard Award for them ROFL
Haha, me too, only the OG mac and cheese elbows and only kraft...none of that america's choice impostor BS.

1) Word up on slim jims....love that sodium boost
2) Word up on the BK chicken sandwich (and the wendy's spicy chicken sandwhich)
3) Im partial to NYC's sabrett dirty waters, but never had the dogs you mentioned....might have to.

I love jack links jerky as well. Always have a few bags in the jeep as survival food.
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