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Ooh, I just thought of another favorite. Don't get a chance to eat it often, though...

Leberkäse

It's a thick slice of warm German meatloaf, served on a Kaiser roll, topped with a fried egg and spicy mustard.


We used to have a fantastic hole-in-the-wall German restaurant around here, and a Leberkäse sandwich with a tall glass of Hefeweizen was my usual order. Sadly, it closed a little over a year ago.
 
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buttered, seeded jewish rye bread
saurkraut,
fresh shredded swiss cheese
lean corned beef
and
russian dressing

2nd place :
turkey club sandwich

toasted white bread
mayonnaise
romaine lettuce leaves
vine-ripened tomatoes

freshly ground black pepper

low sodium crispy cooked bacon
sliced roasted turkey





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Katz's Deli: Half Pastrami sandwich with a bowl of Matzo Ball soup. Side plate of pickles and a can of Dr. Brown's Cream Soda of course
 
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I used to love almost anything at Schlotzsky's but there aren't anymore around here.

I used to love the Italian at Panera, they changed it and then got rid of it.

Publix makes a killer sandwich, usually get the ultimate on white.

AT home, nothing beats a BLT with toasted white bread, garden fresh tomato, thick cut bacon from Costco, lettuce and a bit of Miracle whip on it


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Originally posted by RogueJSK:
Ooh, I just thought of another favorite. Don't get a chance to eat it often, though...

Leberkäse

It's a thick slice of warm German meatloaf, served on a Kaiser roll, topped with a fried egg and spicy mustard.


We used to have a fantastic hole-in-the-wall German restaurant around here, and a Leberkäse sandwich with a tall glass of Hefeweizen was my usual order. Sadly, it closed a little over a year ago.


Bless your memory, sir!

Oh, how i miss having that.....

With an egg, a la Holstein Big Grin




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Also, The Recession Special at Robert's Western World on Lower Broadway in Nashville:
- Fried Bologna Sandwich, Chips, Moon Pie & a PBR = $8.00
 
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A Reuben made in a real Jewish deli.


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Oh yeah - liverwurst with onion, cheese, and mustard on rye or pumpernickle.




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Not much beats a good muffaletta.

Grilled Italian Sausage and peppers is probably a close second.

My standard "worked late and eat quick" sandwich is pastrami and swiss with good whole grain mustard on a bagel. Toast it in the oven.
 
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Toss up between a fried shrimp po-boy or a ferdie from Bear’s in Covington, north shore across the lake from New Orleans.


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Sandwiches:
BLT...extra mayo
Turkey Club...extra mayo
PB&J...Chunky PB

Subs:
Meatball w/provolone, pickles onions & hot peppers
Sausage Onion & Peppers

New Sub (to me):
Ordered from a local shop last week.
Chicken Bacon Ranch w/lettuce and tomatoes (disassembled)
I ordered this to bring home and eat later. 14" sub...Oven baked Chicken Breast (sliced thick) and (I swear)... 11 slices of crisp bacon, which I reheated when I put it together...Awesome!


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1. classic BLT, toasted bread, Miracle Whip
2. fried Spam, toasted wheat bread, yellow French's mustard
3. PB (no J) on wheat bread
4. tuna salad, toated wheat bread (MW)
5. beef balogna, wheat bread, yellow mustard
6. hot dog, yellow mustard only, toasted bun
7. hamburger, mustard and lettuce only (no cheese)

When eating out, #s 1, 4, 6, and 7; I also am fond of CFA's chicken sandwich (no pickles).

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Favorite has to be a good Reuben.
 
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At home, keep it simple.
PB&J, Grilled Cheese, Turkey/Cheese

Out:
Club (with or without avocado)
Bahn Mi (Thanks Todd, haven't had a good one in a while)




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Muffalata from the Central Grocery in NOLA
 
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philly cheese steak
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Fried egg over easy on lightly buttered toast
 
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any sammich made by wimmins




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PBJ
BLT
Philly Cheese Steak
Grilled Cheese
My breakfast sandwich - bacon, egg, and cheese on toasted bread.




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Primanti's Sandwich - Capicola & cheese. After a night shift add an egg. Always with cole slaw & fries.



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