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Old 08-29-2015, 11:58 AM   #1
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Just wondering, what's y'alls Favorited sandwich for lunch? me, i like me my pb and j
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Old 08-29-2015, 12:12 PM   #2
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Usually lunch is leftovers, deli sandwich, or ramen.

My sweet wife recently made me a bunch of ham and cheese calzones that are in the freezer, makes for a quick grab and go meal that is quite tasty.

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Second that PB and J.


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or ramen.
isn't that a little crunchy?
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Second that PB and J.





isn't that a little crunchy?

Microwave for 3 minutes in water and it's the same as cooked on the stove.

I'm still young enough to enjoy ramen... :
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Microwave for 3 minutes in water and it's the same as cooked on the stove.

I'm still young enough to enjoy ramen... :
I was going with the 'how the heck is he heating up the water for $200 Alex?"

Briefly took me back to the ole college days coming home from the bars and not have the patience for the water to heat up...
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If they made a pizza sandwich, that would be my go to. Otherwise, ham and cheese.
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Number 14 from Jimmy johns.
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my favorite sandwiches:turkey and roast beef w/ tomato and horseradish
:homemade beef empanadas with tabasco i heat then up with my $60 micro
sometimes I grill a bunch of chicken with lemon and garlic and old bay for the week
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While I do like PB&J, my "go to" sandwich is always the same.

Starts with Miracle Whip on honey wheat bread, then at least five thin slices of deli smoked turkey, a layer of 1/4" sliced Roma tomatoes, two layers of hamburger dill pickle slices and 2-3 layers of fresh iceberg lettuce. In that order with salt and pepper applied after the layer of tomatoes.
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I have a couple:

Any bread
Cooked ham (i.e. plain lunchmeat, not honey anything).
cheese (Am, provo, whatever
fresh, thick tomato slices
Dijon mustard

Italian hoagie on good bread with everything (lettuce, tomato, Spanish onion, hots and sweets, oil, vinegar, oregano (please, no mayo or whip)
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Grilled chicken, roasted peppers, fresh mozzarella and balsamic in a hero. Well was this weeks favorite


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Ribeye sandwich, hold the bun.
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my favorite is whatever my wife decides to make me that day...
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Lunch for me is just food. Crunchy PB sandwich pretty much every day. Piece of fruit and a couple snacks and I am good.
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Peanut butter and honey. But since I put a microwave in the trailer I have been doing ramen, soups, or just some warmed up left overs.
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Roast Beef on a Kaiser roll with mustard, lettuce, onion and red pepper. Heated in the microwave until just warm. Usually 23 seconds in my underpowered 700 watt tiny MW.
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Whatever she puts in the bucket.
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I eat lots of samiches.
I found hillshire farm classic smoked ham at wally world the other day for $4 a pound package and its actually good..... I hate wally worl but they are the only ones who carry it here.

Not a big fan of most processed meats so I cook an extra steak or chick breast and slice it thin for samiches....bought a meat slicer years ago just for this and found it took longer then just hand cutting by the time I cleaned up

good bread, real cheese (prov, munster, p-jack) , meat, a pepper ( jap,chile, or bannana ) red onion and a leaf lettice No condiments usually unless its a russian or ground mustard.
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Roast Beef on a Kaiser roll with mustard, lettuce, onion and red pepper. Heated in the microwave until just warm. Usually 23 seconds in my underpowered 700 watt tiny MW.
Oh ya, provolone cheese too.
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My wife has been making me a turkey and cheddar sandwich for many many years. Same thing everyday. However everything else in my lunch is individual packages from Costco. Like fruit bars, bags of trail mix, yogurts, builders bars, cookies, chips and then a piece of fruit. That way I can mix it up a little bit and it really makes fixing a lunch much easier and faster.

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