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Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 29 Oct 2019, 13:28
by Hightea
Flower wrote:I was mixing Russ & Daughters up with Ratners. I loved Ratner's .. my sister would gobble up all the onion rolls.


Ratner's is long gone.

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 29 Oct 2019, 13:34
by Flower
Yes, Ratner's sadly closed in 2002 ... I'll always miss them ... Russ & Daughters was still my aunt's place to go for appetizing... she was always so snobby about going there that it left a bad taste. I'll have to pick up some smoked sable and visit Russ & Daughters the next time that I'm in New York.

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 29 Oct 2019, 13:36
by Minnie the Minx
Hightea wrote:How about Ross & Daughter's Meshugge, although it needs to be toasted with some cream cheese and a bermuda onion:
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It looks like Jabba the Hut!

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 30 Oct 2019, 11:11
by Flower
Take a square knish .. slice it in half, spread mustard on both sides (potato side, not the outside) add salami and some pickles .. close the sandwich. Can be eaten with a knife and fork or with your hands.

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 31 Oct 2019, 03:41
by Hightea
Flower wrote:Take a square knish .. slice it in half, spread mustard on both sides (potato side, not the outside) add salami and some pickles .. close the sandwich. Can be eaten with a knife and fork or with your hands.


That sounds yummy. When I was a kid in NJ there was a place called tabatchnick's(they only make soups now) which had pigs in a blanket but it was a potato knish.

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 31 Oct 2019, 03:45
by Jimbo
Peanut butter and Tabasco.

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 31 Oct 2019, 11:38
by Flower
Jimbo wrote:Peanut butter and Tabasco.


I just got sick!

As a kid, my mother always served pigs in the blanket at all my birthday parties but they were the dough around the mini hotdogs.

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 31 Oct 2019, 11:41
by KeithPratt
My local cafe makes a Pastrami sandwich so good I think it might actually be genius. The Pastrami is obviously home-made, the pickle and cheese is sublime and it's on sourdough bread, pan-fried with a delicious chilli-tomato sauce running through it. The whole thing is just brilliant.

I also had recently a pan-fried cheese and kim-chi sandwich that was also sublime.

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 31 Oct 2019, 11:49
by Samoan
Marmite and watercress sandwiches between any fresh bread and butter are delicious in summer.
We normally have rocket growing in the raised veg bed and that's also tasty in a marmite sarny, including the flowers.

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Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 01 Nov 2019, 20:50
by Flower
I'm current craving an hot open faced roast beef or turkey sandwich with french fries and gravy but it's not in the cards for tonight.

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 01 Nov 2019, 23:10
by Jimbo
I'm trying to keep the weight off but it's creeping back, creeping upwards and you guys are not helping. :x

A simple roast beef sub!

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 01 Nov 2019, 23:49
by Flower
Jimbo wrote:I'm trying to keep the weight off but it's creeping back, creeping upwards and you guys are not helping. :x

A simple roast beef sub!


And yet, you started this thread ... ;)

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 02 Nov 2019, 12:46
by Flower
A rainbow veggie sandwich for Jimbo

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Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 02 Nov 2019, 12:51
by Jimbo
That's fantastic!

Down pangs, down!

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 06 Nov 2019, 19:50
by Flower
The Peruvian Triple sandwich looks good. I like the idea of tomato, avocado and hard boiled eggs (or egg salad) . I don't think that it has to be a triple but can be just a "normal" sandwich.

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Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 11 Nov 2019, 12:07
by Flower
Sorry Jimbo but it's the type of morning where I really could use a bacon, egg and cheese (okay the cheese is optional) sandwich.

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Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 13 Nov 2019, 06:53
by Jimbo
Just made and ate me a shredded cabbage and tuna corn mishmash with Caesar salad dressing sandwich on white toast and sliced tomato.

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 13 Nov 2019, 14:00
by Flower
As a kid .. Bumble Bee tuna, mixed with Hellman's mayo on rye bread was a staple.

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 13 Nov 2019, 14:41
by Jimbo
Flower wrote:As a kid .. Bumble Bee tuna, mixed with Hellman's mayo on rye bread was a staple.


Did you ever notice that a restaurant tuna on rye was somehow better than any tuna sandwich you made at home?

Re: Sandwiches

Posted: 13 Nov 2019, 14:54
by Hightea
Flower wrote:As a kid .. Bumble Bee tuna, mixed with Hellman's mayo on rye bread was a staple.

High school lunch - walk home, whip up some Bumble Bee tuna, add some Bermuda onion on a toasted bagel or rye toast with a leaf of lettuce.