S/O What's Your Favorite Sandwich?

mumto3girls

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Jul 22, 2008
Sandwiches are some of my very favorite foods. I love a good Italian hoagie, corned beef, a BLT, club sandwich, etc. Not too many I don’t like. I’m not a fan of mayo, though. I don’t usually mind ones that are flavored—spicy or as part of a dip, but no plain mayo on bread.
 

NotUrsula

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Apr 19, 2002
Oh, so many ....

Proper shrimp po-boy with fresh shrimp, New Orleans french bread, and French dressing on it.
Roast Beef & Debris gravy, same bread.
A Tampa Cuban (with salami on it!)
Rueben-hold-the-kraut (I'm afraid I hate sauerkraut, but I love a corned beef and swiss on dark rye. w/ 1000 Island)

And one I make myself: Sauteed spicy chicken breast (with garlic & Penzey's Northwoods Fire on it), on rosemary foccaccia,, with asiago cheese and Duke's mayo. Lettuce and tomato optional.)
 
  • LSUmiss

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    Sep 8, 2014
    Oh, so many ....

    Proper shrimp po-boy with fresh shrimp, New Orleans french bread, and French dressing on it.
    Roast Beef & Debris gravy, same bread.
    A Tampa Cuban (with salami on it!)
    Rueben-hold-the-kraut (I'm afraid I hate sauerkraut, but I love a corned beef and swiss on dark rye. w/ 1000 Island)

    And one I make myself: Sauteed spicy chicken breast (with garlic & Penzey's Northwoods Fire on it), on rosemary foccaccia,, with asiago cheese and Duke's mayo. Lettuce and tomato optional.)
    French dressing on a shrimp poboy?
     
  • AustinTink

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    Jan 24, 2009
    Last night (3am) I had a craving for a turkey and provolone sandwich with mustard on honey wheat with Cheetos stuffed inside. It made me think of this thread. And, no, I didn't get up and make one.
     

    usnuzuloose

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    Sep 20, 2009
    I am simple, but I like dry salami, pepper jack cheese, mayo, and peppercinnis and salt and pepper on sour dough bread.
     
  • NotUrsula

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    Apr 19, 2002
    French dressing on a shrimp poboy?
    Got into the habit at a restaurant where I worked in NOLA years ago. They used to let us eat for free if we used the salad station leftovers. This one had fried shrimp on it for the shrimp toss; and one of the older servers turned me on to using the French dressing. It's really good.

    However, by proper I meant fresh fried shrimp (not frozen) and real French bread (not those awful "sub rolls"), and dressed. (I know the French dressing thing is unusual.)
     

    LSUmiss

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    Sep 8, 2014
    Got into the habit at a restaurant where I worked in NOLA years ago. They used to let us eat for free if we used the salad station leftovers. This one had fried shrimp on it for the shrimp toss; and one of the older servers turned me on to using the French dressing. It's really good.

    However, by proper I meant fresh fried shrimp (not frozen) and real French bread (not those awful "sub rolls"), and dressed. (I know the French dressing thing is unusual.)
    Oh ok! I thought you meant that was a “proper” poboy. I absolutely agree about the bread! I couldn’t even get a good poboy in Baton Rouge b/c of the bread!
     

    ReneeA

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    Feb 9, 2000
    My favorite sandwich I've ever eaten was a debris poboy from Mother's in New Orleans. It was the best thing I'd ever tasted.

    My DH is torn between a Cuban and Reuben.
     

    JoanneAZ

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    Mar 17, 2010
    A Reuben with mustard, no thousand island vs my grilled cheese made with cheddar and pepper jack.
     



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