Tuesday, April 01, 2008

my sandwich your sandwich

When I go to the cafeteria deli (a Subway like place), this is the sandwich I typically choose:

wheat parmesan bread
ham and turkey (pastrami would be better)
green bell peppers
ranch dressing
hot sauce

What's your sandwich?


SzélsőFa said...

I don't buy sandwiches, I make them myself.
I like some whole-wheat bread, lots of butter, medium-hot paprika sauce, some slices of cheese, purple onion.

Also, I'd gladly have a slice of fat pork ham inserted in the middle. Yum.

McKoala said...

Almost anything with avocado. If it has some chicken and melted cheese, even better. Tuna melt also good. But I'd dump all that for a plate of sushi. Gotta love that raw fish.

Ello said...

I'm not a big sandwich fan anymore. Comes from working in a deli all through highschool and college. I can't stand the stuff now. but everyonce in awhile I'll get a craving for good roast beef and havarti with mayo lettuce tomato and pickled banana peppers and cucumbers. Yummmy

Robin S. said...

My Subway-like sandwich is:

Swiss cheese
red onion
lite mayo

blogless_troll said...

Wheat bread
roast beef
little bit of mayo
banana peppers

ChristineEldin said...

I LOVE sandwiches! (You may remember my long-ago email about DH's faith in my sandwich-making abilities)

I love: wheat bread, thinly-sliced apples, alfafa sprouts, provolone cheese, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, lettuce and mayo.

December/Stacia said...

I don't like sandwiches.

But I used to like Quizno's meatball subs, before they changed the way they made them. They used to be big flat meatballs on two toasted slices of bread; then one day they were little round ones, untoasted, stuffed into a hot-dog-bun type of thing. Yech.

J said...

I love sandwiches, and I love to talk about sandwiches, and I love to read about sandwiches.

My favorite from Subway:

turkey, American cheese, lettuce, tomato, jalapeños, black olives, pickles, mustard and mayonnaise, salt and pepper, on that bread with oats on the top.

6 inch, since my mid thirties, footlong before that.

J said...

And, wow. Szelsofa's Hungary sandwich is *wild*. Paprika sauce?

My mind is blown.

Ello said...

Where's Paca?!!!!!

SzélsőFa said...

To J.,

Actually, this is not REALLY hot like a chili or jalapeno. The paprika sauce (one might call it spread) has a strong paprika flavor to it, but it does not bite your tounge off. It is deliciously red like a ripe....uhm...paprika :)) and salty.

(from Hungary)