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Flarp
2010-01-31, 05:54 PM
Well, the Depression Thread is depressing and nobody is PEACHin' my homebrew, so it's time to discuss something a little simpler.

Sandwiches!

If you regularly consume sandwiches (those who don't, you're all blasphemers), what do you put in/on them?

I, personally, enjoy pastrami, mustard, and muenster cheese on a sub loaf as a cold or hot sandwich. Also good is hot chicken, provolone, and onions.

Honestly, just onions. You can't go wrong with them. Like virgin's blood (http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0625.html).

So, playgrounders. How do you eat sandwiches?

Starscream
2010-01-31, 05:57 PM
I would probably eat my own foot with enough mustard and pickles on it. Hot sauces and salsas of all kinds are also welcome additions.

In fact, I don't really care what else is on the sandwich if it has these things. Enough hot sauce makes everything taste the same, so who cares? If they made bread that already tasted that way, I'd just eat that.

Dr. Bath
2010-01-31, 05:59 PM
Chunky peanut butter and Branston original pickle. A sandwich of gods.

Alternitively: Nutella and banana. Also delicious.

reorith
2010-01-31, 06:02 PM
Vegemite/marmite on wheat bread with salmon and sliced egg is possibly the greatest culinary invention ever.

RabbitHoleLost
2010-01-31, 06:03 PM
My heart can easily be won with a great sammich.

Jack Squat
2010-01-31, 06:04 PM
Depends on what it's for. If I'm packing my lunch at school, I normally do a normal peanut butter sandwich, as it doesn't need to be refrigerated. Sometimes I'll toss some chocolate morsels on there as well.

I think my favorite sandwich is a fried wrap. That is you put whatever combination of lunch meat, cheese, and dressing you have laying around onto a tortilla roll, and in a frying pan that has some olive oil in it, sear until the bread's crispy. I think my favorite one thus far had to be Italian dressing, provolone cheese, corned beef, pastrami, and horseradish.

Hazkali
2010-01-31, 06:09 PM
My top-rated sandwich would be a mature cheddar cheese on brown bread, with Branston pickle, a little mayonnaise and tomato chutney.

Close second comes a poached egg on brown, with a poor man's hollandaise sauce (mustard and mayonnaise).

Peanut butter and chocolate spread are good on white bread or an (English) muffin as a sweet sandwich.

AshDesert
2010-01-31, 06:24 PM
Swiss cheese, corned beef, and mayo on buttered, toasted sourdough. I loves me some reuben:smallamused:.

Also, Nutella, peanut butter, marshmallow cream, and banana slices on white bread or sourdough. It's like a mouth orgasm.

thubby
2010-01-31, 06:24 PM
peperoni, turkey, and swiss cheese, on any tough bread (toast will do in a pinch)

golentan
2010-01-31, 06:27 PM
I enjoy lots of types of sandwiches. My personal favorite is probably either a classic reuben, or a fully loaded sub from my local sandwich shop. The man behind the counter is not a mortal, he is a greek god of bread, vegetables, and meats.

The full thing is fresh french bread, salami, capricola, mozarrella, lettuce, tomato (grows em himself, none of the storebought cardboard), olives, onions, avocado, horseradish mayo, stone ground mustard, oil, vinegar, and some sauce he won't tell me what it is, but is sort of orangeish (not thousand island).

Magnifico.

Kneenibble
2010-01-31, 06:34 PM
Oh man, this thread is going to stretch my eyes bigger than my stomach, no doubt. A gorge on food porn.

Actually, golentan, the sandwich that I've been eating regularly for a few months was inspired by you. I don't know if you remember, but it came from what you wrote in a vegetarian thread when I mentioned I was craving meat.

That one aside, which has become too precious to me to debase by describing (it is full of wonderful things), (real) peanut butter and sliced apple on a good wheaty bread is wonderful.

*steals golentan's ambrosiac sandwich, but leaves a sparkly jewel which will pay for several more in its stead*

The Extinguisher
2010-01-31, 06:44 PM
I'm a simple man, with simple tastes in a sammich. Give me a grilled cheese, with mozzarella or swiss cheese and I will be in love forever.

Innis Cabal
2010-01-31, 06:45 PM
The Heart Stopper

Two even slices of Pretzle Bread (soft pretzle in loaf form), toast till crisp but not yet browning. Slatther mayo on each piece, liberaly coating with favored hot sauce (the hotter the better, home made always wins out over store bought). Set pieces aside to cool.

Fry up two eggs. Break yolks and continue to cook untill no longer runny in either yolk or white. Place one egg each on one piece of bread. Add two slices of provolone cheese on top of eggs to melt off residual heat (you can use other cheese but keep in mind to use a mellow flavor so as not to confuse the taste buds to much). Once done, place pepperoni on both sides. Once finished, bring both pieces togather, eat and enjoy.


Or my all time favorite

Yakisoba-pan

Yakisoba noodles in a hot dog bun covered in pickled ginger.

Quick Yakisoba recipe
One pack ramen. Cook untill soft. Remove and add three tb honey, a splash of vermouth (white) or sake and two splashs of soy (dark soy if you want a richer flavor. Light soy for a saltier noodle). Cook untill noodles are slightly hard, less then 6 minutes on medium heat or untill your preference has been met

Fridesgerte
2010-01-31, 06:48 PM
One of my favorites is lox on a toasted poppy seed bagel with butter (no cream cheese!)

Another is peanut butter on dark pumpernickel raisen bread/roll.

I'm also quite fond of a turkey club, with lots of mayo built in.

reorith
2010-01-31, 06:52 PM
Kneenibble, wouldn't it be more ethically sound to use the sparkly jewel to purchase the sandwich instead of intentionally violating golentan's property rights?

golentan
2010-01-31, 06:59 PM
Oh man, this thread is going to stretch my eyes bigger than my stomach, no doubt. A gorge on food porn.

Actually, golentan, the sandwich that I've been eating regularly for a few months was inspired by you. I don't know if you remember, but it came from what you wrote in a vegetarian thread when I mentioned I was craving meat.

That one aside, which has become too precious to me to debase by describing (it is full of wonderful things), (real) peanut butter and sliced apple on a good wheaty bread is wonderful.

*steals golentan's ambrosiac sandwich, but leaves a sparkly jewel which will pay for several more in its stead*

Was that the mushroom burger? It's a good 'un.

I kind of separate out burgers and sandwiches in my mind. Buns don't count, only breads and rolls. Probably silly.

Edit: Reorith, I am more than happy to have my property rights (or just about anything else :smallwink:) violated by our little knee biter. Especially if he'll give me a gift along the way.

ScottishDragon
2010-01-31, 07:19 PM
Alot of ham,maybe some salami,with one slice of cheese(i hate cheese,don't ask why i put it in there)on white bread.

Temotei
2010-01-31, 07:21 PM
I just ate a grilled [honey] ham and [pepper jack (we ran out of colby jack)] cheese sandwich.

darkblust
2010-01-31, 08:04 PM
Bacon,ham,and buffaloe wing sauce on toast.

SilentNight
2010-01-31, 08:12 PM
Swiss cheese, corned beef, and mayo on buttered, toasted sourdough. I loves me some reuben:smallamused:.

Also, Nutella, peanut butter, marshmallow cream, and banana slices on white bread or sourdough. It's like a mouth orgasm.

Hm, the delicious reuben I'm accustomed to is swiss, pastrami and sauerkraut on buttered rye, but to each their own I suppose. I'm a fan of tuna melts, tuna with pickles and all sorts of spices/mustards mixed in, melted sharp cheddar on top, delicious.

Instead of PBn'J I generally go for PB and honey on toasted California black bread. It's hard to find a sandwich that toasting doesn't make better

Mystic Muse
2010-01-31, 08:12 PM
Just sandwiches or do Cheesburgers count too?

Coidzor
2010-01-31, 08:15 PM
Anyone ever tried a cheeseburger with peanut butter on the cheese half?

Temotei
2010-01-31, 08:25 PM
Anyone ever tried a cheeseburger with peanut butter on the cheese half?

I would, were it not for my brother's deathly allergic-ness to peanuts.

Zocelot
2010-01-31, 08:26 PM
I have raised the creation of peanut butter and jam sandwiches to an artform. They're easy to make, easy to store, delicious and cheap. I am planning to go a week eating only peanut butter and jam sandwiches for every meal of the day (probably sometime in the summer).

Years of creation and consumption have led me to become a master of the PBJ sandwich, and one day my life's work will accumulate and I will create, THE PERFECT SANDWHICH!!!!!! Ahahahaha!

bluewind95
2010-01-31, 08:27 PM
My dad makes the best sandwiches ever. I would eat them daily and not grow tired of them.

... Now that I make them, though, I now feel the urge to find an alternate source of nourishment. :smallfrown:

Mystic Muse
2010-01-31, 08:27 PM
I have raised the creation of peanut butter and jam sandwiches to an artform. They're easy to make, easy to store, delicious and cheap. I am planning to go a week eating only peanut butter and jam sandwiches for every meal of the day (probably sometime in the summer).


better take a few multivitamins if you do this. PB&Js won't provide all the nutrients you need for an entire week.

Assassin89
2010-01-31, 08:34 PM
Anyone ever tried a cheeseburger with peanut butter on the cheese half?

I think there is a place near my school that serves those, and it also has bacon on it. Not sure what half the peanut butter is on though.

Otherwise I tend to eat turkey or ham with cheese or Peanut butter. Bread doesn't really matter though.

Anuan
2010-01-31, 08:34 PM
A great sandwhich; on slices of nice, crusty white (crust-ends, preferably), put steak, cheese (colby or cheddar), bacon, lettuce, olives, sliced jalapenos, salt, pepper.

It. Is. Delishus.

But for now I'm off for a peanut butter and honey sammich <3

Mercenary Pen
2010-01-31, 08:55 PM
One of my all time favourites is this: Ham, Cheese and hot mango chutney- works well on white or wholemeal bread.

The Duke
2010-01-31, 09:00 PM
..while I usually eat more normal types of sandwiches.

Has anyone else ever had raspberry jam with extra old cheddar on whole wheat bread. Yummy, a jam and cheese sandwich.

babeeroniea
2010-01-31, 09:14 PM
Fried egg and peanut butter... its weird. Or just fried egg and butter. I also like normal sandwiches. Like Roast beef horseradish and mayo. TUrkey swiss and mustard. And pretty much every sandwich. If it has hot sauce on it that is a bonus for sure.

I have made soem weird sandwiches though.

llamamushroom
2010-01-31, 09:15 PM
Personally, one of my favourites is lettuce (not iceberg) or spinach, capsicum, cucumber, cheddar and a touch of mayo, in real bread (actual type matters little, provided it doesn't come in a violently pink bag), toasted enough to make it warm but not enough to change the taste of the cheese. D'lish.

Or there's tiger toast. Gotta love that.

Coidzor
2010-01-31, 09:21 PM
Ooo, a good one I had over the holidays out of leftovers.

Roast Turkey chunks, Mayonnaise, Stuffing/Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, and Broccoli-Cheddar Casserole.

Mmm, mmm, good times.

thorgrim29
2010-01-31, 09:38 PM
Anything with a lot of meat (preferably beef), and either mustard OR red onions and melted cheese with a garlicky sauce.

Waffle Iron
2010-01-31, 09:47 PM
I like to put scrambled eggs with ketchup on my sandwhiches!

<-- my profile picture says it all

GenPol
2010-01-31, 09:54 PM
Itallian bread, with turkey and pepperoni, toasted, with lettuce, mayonnaise, and black olives. At Subway. No questions asked :smallcool:

INWranger
2010-01-31, 10:09 PM
Fried eggs with the yolks intact and soft. Melt Colby jack cheese or mexican blend on top. Put on one slice toasted whole grain bread, salsa to liking and add the other piece of toasted bread. Now thats good.

For you balonga lovers: toast some whole grain bread and put two slices preferred balonga not that crap that tastes like hot dogs and then melt some colby or cheddar on it. Place jalapenos on top and then put a blend of brown mustard and mayo on the other slice of bread.

Kurien
2010-01-31, 10:18 PM
I usually prefer a sandwich from Subway or Quiznos, but homemade are okay as well.

Breads I like: Submarine sandwich shaped. regular whole wheat, herbs and cheese, honey, garlic. I also enjoy flatbreads.

Meats: Just about any. Favour goes to tuna or chicken/turkey breast. A well seasoned cold cut is also tasty.

Vegetables and fruit: Lettuce, plenty of tomato, apple, pear, strawberry cucumbers, bell peppers, avocados, onions, spinach.

Cheeses: Just about any. I haven't tried many cheeses, other than cheddar and mozzarella, but as long as it is semi hard, melts well and not too overpowering in taste it can go on my sandwich.

Garnishes: Olives and capers are alright but they are not absolutely necessary.

Sauces: I usually go for light mayonnaise (or Miracle Whip) and Honey Mustard. Sauces and other condiments can really make or break a sammich.

Toasted? Not necessary, although it can make a sandwich better, especially if it has plenty of cheese that melts well.

The Orange Zergling
2010-01-31, 10:40 PM
Probably my favorite sandwich ever has to be from Subway; Italian herbs & cheese with cheddar, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, black olives and mayonnaise. No meat. No accompaniments necessary.

There's this place about at about a 15 minute drive away called Potbelly that makes some pretty epic sandwiches too.

For made-at-home sandwiches, I'm an eternal fan of BLTs. Nothing fancy, just bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo on toasted bread.

Aww man, now I'm hungry. :smalltongue:

Phae Nymna
2010-01-31, 11:55 PM
While the Reuben sandwich remains my favorite sandwich of all time, it is made all the better by this one little Jewish deli outside of Philadelphia, as these people exchange pastrami for corned beef and a new modified sauce for the russian dressing. It is the best sandwich in the entire world.

Then again, the classic TF2 Sandvich is pretty delicious as well.
white bread + swiss + tomato + lettuce + ham = DELICIOUS

Kneenibble
2010-02-01, 09:16 AM
Was that the mushroom burger? It's a good 'un.

I kind of separate out burgers and sandwiches in my mind. Buns don't count, only breads and rolls. Probably silly.

Edit: Reorith, I am more than happy to have my property rights (or just about anything else :smallwink:) violated by our little knee biter. Especially if he'll give me a gift along the way.

:smallsigh: Now I'm craving a manwich.

(Yes that's the one. I've had it on kaisers, and it's become not really a burger. Does it still count?)

@ reorith Yes, I'm a bad birdie, I'm afraid so... but isn't it nice?

blackfox
2010-02-01, 10:48 AM
Lettuce, tomato, cheese, bread, and a mysterious slice of meat. It satisfies my hunger... for REVENGE. NOM NOM NOM, OM NOM.

In all seriousness, though, there's a place in my hometown that makes a sandwich with: Smoked turkey, spring greens, apple butter, chevre, garlic aioli, bacon, and actual apples, on delicious toasted bread.

UnChosenOne
2010-02-01, 11:16 AM
My favorite? Crispbread with Gravlax or Kapaliha (airdried reindeer/moose meat in the case that anyone is interested).

Gwyn chan 'r Gwyll
2010-02-01, 11:49 AM
Toronto style smoked meat sandwich. Nothing better.

Step one: go to Caplanski's, and order it.

Take 2 slices of challa, which is a very thick Jewish bread. Take a HUUUGE hunk of smoked meat, smoked for days with the spice mix your great grandfather used when he came to Canada. Cut the smoked meat (the fattier the better!) into thick slices, and layer on challa. Slap on spicy, seedy mustard. Done. Serve with a pickle and cherry cola.

Perenelle
2010-02-01, 01:23 PM
well normally my sandwiches are either:

Peanut butter and jelly
Tuna Fish and tomato
or just plain turkey with nothing else on it.

I like my sandwiches really simple.

golentan
2010-02-01, 01:27 PM
:smallsigh: Now I'm craving a manwich.

(Yes that's the one. I've had it on kaisers, and it's become not really a burger. Does it still count?)

@ reorith Yes, I'm a bad birdie, I'm afraid so... but isn't it nice?

Manwich? Now that's got to be some kind of innuendo.:smallwink:

I don't know. Like I said, I just never think of patty meats as being sandwiches. Weird and inaccurate as that may be.

Mystic Muse
2010-02-01, 01:32 PM
scrambled egg sandwich with bacon.
turkey with cheddar and onions
Chicken with cheddar and bacon
crunchy peanut butter and blackberry jelly
Cheeseburger with cheddar, onions, bacon and fries. (yes. you put fries on the burger. it is delicious.)
roast beef and cheddar on toasted bread.

that's all I can think of right now. I don't like cold sandwiches. with the exception of PB&J

OverdrivePrime
2010-02-01, 01:37 PM
My daily sammitch is almost always a close variation of the following: Whole wheat bread, mustard, 2 slices of Virginia ham, a layer of baby spinach leaves and either muenster, Swiss or sharp cheddar cheese. If I want to reward myself, I toast it before commencing nommery.

deuxhero
2010-02-01, 02:00 PM
I like roast beef on white bread, mild cheese (like Light Cheddar, Munster or mozzarella) with honey mustard and lightly toasted. Prehaps some butter on the bread.

Stadge
2010-02-01, 02:47 PM
As a Wiganer I'd have to say a pie barm, preferably a meat and potatoe one.

Other than that, triple-fried-egg, chilli sauce and chutney buttie is actually quite nice and proof that we should all take note of Dave Listerís culinary expertise.

A hot baguette with chicken, beef and melted jarlesberg and chillies has to be one of my favourites though.

dogmac
2010-02-01, 05:57 PM
Well, I'm a traditionalist. Nothing better than a vegemite sandwich. Unless it is a cucumber sandwich. Or a tomato sandwich. Or maybe even a salad sandwich.

snoopy13a
2010-02-01, 06:23 PM
Manwich? Now that's got to be some kind of innuendo.:smallwink:



Manwich is a brand name for a canned sloppy joe sauce:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manwich

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sloppy_joe

Hmm, my favorite sandwiches (not counting Subs and Burgers which technically are sandwiches) are:

Peanut Butter and Jelly (actually I use preserves)
Peanut Butter and Banana
Roast Beef w/cheese
Ham and cheese

golentan
2010-02-01, 06:24 PM
Manwich is a brand name for a canned sloppy joe sauce:

It was a joke. A joke. Hence the wink.

Dragero
2010-02-01, 07:50 PM
EGG SALAD!!!

(Peanut-butter is good too)

ForzaFiori
2010-02-01, 07:58 PM
Ah, sandwiches. Lets see, my favorites are either a Reuben (especially from the sub place in Sandy Springs) or a BLT.
Unless I'm at subway, where I get: Pepperoni and salami, with pepper jack cheese, on Italian Herb and Cheese bread, with lettuce, tomato, mustard, mayo, oil, and vinegar.
But when i'm at home making a sandwich, its usually bologna and yellow (or possible white) american cheese, or salami and provolone. both go on white break with yellow or brown mustard and mayo.

Lupy
2010-02-01, 08:56 PM
Reuben: Pastrami and swiss and saurkraut on rye. My favorite.

Roast beef and swiss with mustard (spicier the better) and mayo on whole wheat.

Meatball subs.

Tuna, mayo, and relish on white bread.

Mmmmmm. I'm hungry now.

Kneenibble
2010-02-01, 09:02 PM
It was a joke. A joke. Hence the wink.

I only meant it as an innuendo, too! As if there's actually something called Manwich that anybody could buy and eat without giggling/becoming aroused.

THAC0
2010-02-01, 10:19 PM
My rules of sammiches:

1) All sammiches must be toasted. Even if eaten cold, they must have been toasted at some point to melt the cheese.

2) Real bread must be used. Preferably something along the lines of a baguette, challah roll, or bagel. Sliced bread from the market need not apply.

3) Cheese is a must. Usually cheddar or habenero jack.

4) Sauce is also a must, but this must be matched with the meat. Roast beef gets mayo, ham gets honey mustard.

Partof1
2010-02-01, 10:27 PM
I like the subway meatball marinaras, and a chicken parmesan sammich that BP used to have.

Don Julio Anejo
2010-02-01, 10:49 PM
I like the subway meatball marinaras
^^What he said.

I also like sammiches characters of How I Met Your Mother used to eat in college.

The Duke
2010-02-01, 11:06 PM
I only meant it as an innuendo, too! As if there's actually something called Manwich that anybody could buy and eat without giggling/becoming aroused.

I know I certainly couldn't eat a sandwich called a manwich without a very serious giggles fit before or while eating it.

But on topic sort of, another nice sandwich is a really old cheddar of other strong cheese, with sliced apples(sometimes cooked though fresh is nice too gives the sandwich a nice crunch) With a few slices of ham or turkey, or Canadian back bacon.

An apple grilled cheese with meat if you will. Bread is better toasted, alternatively it also makes a lovely panini

golentan
2010-02-02, 02:57 AM
I only meant it as an innuendo, too! As if there's actually something called Manwich that anybody could buy and eat without giggling/becoming aroused.

Well, then. Feel free to come over for sandwiches any time.

Flarp
2010-02-14, 11:13 PM
Wait, how did we get from sandwiches to innuen

You know, I'm just going to ignore it and hope the mods do too.

THAC0's rules of sammiches are certainly valid - though I disagree on the concept of cheddar as a sandwich cheese, much less a melted one - cheddar is good on crackers, or just plain ol' by itself, perhaps beside some apples or somesuch.

Provolone, Muenster... these are sandwich cheeses.

If anyone so much as mentions "American", I will eat their soul.

THAC0
2010-02-14, 11:23 PM
Wait, how did we get from sandwiches to innuen

You know, I'm just going to ignore it and hope the mods do too.

THAC0's rules of sammiches are certainly valid - though I disagree on the concept of cheddar as a sandwich cheese, much less a melted one - cheddar is good on crackers, or just plain ol' by itself, perhaps beside some apples or somesuch.

Provolone, Muenster... these are sandwich cheeses.

If anyone so much as mentions "American", I will eat their soul.

Hm, I'd forgotten about provolone. I have a love-hate relationship with that cheese, and thus do not usually stock it in my fridge. But when I was in college, I loved it on a sammich, so long as it was properly melted. Unmelted provolone is nasty!

Coidzor
2010-02-14, 11:55 PM
mayonnaise & basil pesto (sort of spread so that they mix together), a few twists off of a black pepper grinder and a dash of Tony Chacere's Creole Seasoning (basically salt and red, white, and black pepper) on the two pieces of breads' mayonnaise-based covering followed by some cut romano cheese slices, sliced tomato, and some chopped up romaine lettuce makes a nice sammich.

Even better if you toast the bread enough and assemble it quickly enough that it's still got some warmth while you're eating it. Although, I haven't tried doing a little bit by melting the cheese on it to one of the pieces of bread and doing the mayo and pesto on the other..

I guess I'll just do that next then.

On cheeses: ...A nice sharp cheddar (aged up from what they sell in stores is a necessity here, needs to be at least a year old before you nom it, really) goes with almost anything from my experience.

And if you're not eating sharp cheddar you might as well be eating amurrican.

RebelRogue
2010-02-15, 12:32 AM
Smoked salmon, green pesto, rocket, tomato slices is a pretty good one. A bit of shaved parmesan helps too.

As far as basic lettuce + meat sandwiches go, my favorite is mortadella, iceberg, tomato and creme fraiche dressing. Substituting the mortadella for parma ham and artichokes is nice too.

And finally, you can never go wrong with roast beef, piccalilly and horseradish! A classic.

THAC0
2010-02-15, 12:42 AM
mayonnaise & basil pesto (sort of spread so that they mix together)

OH! This just reminded me of the best sammich ever that the stupid restaurant stopped serving.

It was home-made foccaccia, with basil aioli, then fresh salmon, thick cut bacon and tomatoes, with lettuce. To. Die. For.

Nageto004
2010-02-15, 12:47 AM
Mine probly sounds sorta plane but I just love ham salad w/ mustard

Dumbledore lives
2010-02-15, 12:48 AM
I figure all you really need on a sandwich is meat, and bread, anything else is extraneous. Though a toasted sandwich with some good cheese is always considered acceptable.

Lioness
2010-02-15, 01:29 AM
Toasted ham and avocado sandwich is the best.

Egg and bacon toasted sandwiches are also pretty epic.

I have simple tastes.

Dallas-Dakota
2010-02-15, 03:04 AM
<3 nutella + turkey

Coidzor
2010-02-15, 03:42 AM
Mine probly sounds sorta plane but I just love ham salad w/ mustard

I now want to invent a sandwich and name it the Plane.

Ravens_cry
2010-02-15, 03:49 AM
<3 nutella + turkey
I'll have to try that.
I like Peanut butter and jam, old cheddar, sliced onion, Dijon, and ranch dressing, in that order.
I sometimes add some sliced ham as well.

Anuan
2010-02-15, 06:43 AM
<3 nutella + turkey

Yooouuuu sicken me *glare*

GrlumpTheElder
2010-02-15, 06:47 AM
Chocolate Spread and Toffee Sauce

...So much sugar...:smallbiggrin:

potatocubed
2010-02-15, 07:07 AM
Chocolate Spread and Toffee Sauce

...So much sugar...:smallbiggrin:

That's not a sandwich: that's an ice creame sundae where someone's mistaken bread for ice cream. :smalltongue:

My favourite sandwich filling is tomato ketchup, peanut butter (smooth) and grated Red Leicester cheese. Mix all the ingredients together ahead of time until they're a kind of orange paste, then smoosh all over the bread. It goes okay with burgers, too.

My favourite toasted sandwich is cheese and mustard.

Flarp
2010-02-15, 11:01 AM
That's not a sandwich: that's an ice creame sundae where someone's mistaken bread for ice cream. :smalltongue:

My favourite sandwich filling is tomato ketchup, peanut butter (smooth) and grated Red Leicester cheese. Mix all the ingredients together ahead of time until they're a kind of orange paste, then smoosh all over the bread. It goes okay with burgers, too.

My favourite toasted sandwich is cheese and mustard.

Interesting. I've heard peanut butter come up a fair amount - I know it's good in cold sandwiches, but does it stand up to, say, toasting?

Dallas-Dakota
2010-02-15, 01:12 PM
Yooouuuu sicken me *glare*
Also, it's even more delicious with ketchup. ^^

THAC0
2010-02-15, 01:52 PM
My favourite sandwich filling is tomato ketchup,

Is there a non-tomato ketchup? :smallconfused:



And peanut butter gets nice and melty once it's been toasted.

potatocubed
2010-02-15, 01:54 PM
Is there a non-tomato ketchup? :smallconfused:

I have no idea. I thought I'd be specific, just in case there was.

RebelRogue
2010-02-15, 09:06 PM
Is there a non-tomato ketchup? :smallconfused:
Usually, "tomato ketchup" is used to distinguish it from the types of ketchup that uses apples (or even bananas) as an ingredient to make it coarser/thicker. Or at least that's my experience. But no, I think all ketchup is tomato-based.

Edit: Checking wikipedia, I see that there is indeed banana ketchup without tomatoes in it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana_ketchup

Urg
2010-02-15, 09:11 PM
I like putting butter on one slice of Publix's White Mountain Bread (TM) and brown mustard on the other. Two slices of roast beef on each, and I throw the buttered half onto a panini. Put Teriyaki sauce (lots) on it, throw the other half on, and squish it panini-style. Delicious.
Alternatively, Mellow Mushroom's Steak and cheese hoagie, with just steak cheese and onions.

Coidzor
2010-02-15, 10:19 PM
Is there a non-tomato ketchup? :smallconfused:



And peanut butter gets nice and melty once it's been toasted.

I believe before tomatoes were known to europeans, or at least before they were known to be edible (people thought they were poisonous like deadly nightshade), there were varieties of lemon and mushroom ketchup.

But yeah, banana ketchup is something quite popular with my best friend and his dad.

Zocelot
2010-02-15, 10:41 PM
I recently had a sandwich with grilled eggplant, red peppers, goat cheese and an olive spread on french bread. It impressed me, although pretty much everything with goat cheese does.

Anuan
2010-02-16, 07:00 AM
I believe before tomatoes were known to europeans, or at least before they were known to be edible (people thought they were poisonous like deadly nightshade), there were varieties of lemon and mushroom ketchup.

But yeah, banana ketchup is something quite popular with my best friend and his dad.

Well, y'know, the rest of the plant is highly poisonous...

Bold: Dear sweet lemoncake that's disgusting D:


I recently had a sandwich with grilled eggplant, red peppers, goat cheese and an olive spread on french bread. It impressed me, although pretty much everything with goat cheese does.

Does goat's cheese taste any better than goat's milk? I was given goat's milk and asked how it tasted. The person giving it to me responded "Like licking a goat," though she was merely jesting, as a vegetarian who absolutely loves goat's milk.

Her description was entirely accurate. Can't stand the stuff D:

potatocubed
2010-02-16, 07:10 AM
I've never had goat's milk, but I love me some goat's cheese. It's very strongly flavoured, usually quite salty, and has a different texture to cow-based cheeses. It goes very well with olives, peppers and aubergine, so I suspect that Zocelot's sandwich was eye-wateringly delicious.

Castaras
2010-02-16, 07:38 AM
I am currently in possession of melted cheddar cheese on toast with ham and pickle. It is heavenly. Only thing that would make it more heavenly would be more pickle and it being a toastie rather than just cheese on toast.

Lord Blace
2010-02-16, 11:48 AM
The sandwich I walk out of work with?
Honey oat + Chicken strips + bacon + shredded cheddar-jack + jalaps + a little oil + a little extra toasted + pickles + salt&pepper + a little mustard. P=

A little plain, but delicious.

katerox
2010-02-18, 05:19 PM
my favorite sandwich of all time would half to be a
diner grilled cheese

cheddar chesse on white toasted bread melted to perfection with grilled tomatoes yummy yummy yummy...now i want one... :*(

autoglassmaster
2010-02-18, 05:22 PM
I'm salivating just reading this thread...may the sandwich never be forgotten.