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אַרְיֵה
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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
Now I'm homesick (born in Brooklyn).

Maybe a smear of chopped liver on the sandwich.



Any cocktail can be a shrimp cocktail if you put your mind to it, and if you carry lots of loose shrimp in your pocket.

הרחפת שלי מלאה בצלופחים
 
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Reuben from Kenny and Ziggy's in Houston.

 
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Literally anything from my favorite sammich place:
https://www.yelp.com/biz/beach...eli-huntington-beach

However, there is a new "banh mi" phenomenal. Baguettes, pickled daikon and carrots, secret sauce and CRISPY PORK BELLY!!!



God, Family, Country.

 
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Reuben from Kenny and Ziggy's in Houston.
Wow! Do the deliver (to Florida)?



Any cocktail can be a shrimp cocktail if you put your mind to it, and if you carry lots of loose shrimp in your pocket.

הרחפת שלי מלאה בצלופחים
 
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Reuben from Kenny and Ziggy's in Houston.


Damn that looks good. So does that banh mi.

I think I need a sandwich today.


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NY Reuben, Pastami or Corned beef, and fries. Cindy's deli (Jewish), specifically the location in Richardson is the absolute best but by a somewhat sizable but narrow margin.

I can't make anything at home that even approaches those obtained dining out.
 
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Made at home with a variety of ingredients:

* turkey, bacon, and avocado

* grilled cheeses on fancy bread or texas toast

* slider sized burgers and homemade onion rings

* homemade shrimp salad on a sub roll or with croissants

* peanut butter toast with bananas, maybe a bit of nutella
 
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I have not a favorite sammich, gun, song, or woman. I like to enjoy a wide variety of such things. Big Grin
 
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Cuban from the Kool Korner Grocery

Shrimp or Crawfish PoBoy - Henry's in Acworth or Crazy Cajun in Hoover

Not really a sandwich but Lox and Bagels from my house!

Beef brisket sandwich
 
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I have not a favorite sammich, gun, song, or woman. I like to enjoy a wide variety of such things. Big Grin


I'm the same way. I have "favorites" in each category. Truth is, I'm not terribly picky. As long as it's good, or even just trying hard. Big Grin


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Reuben from Kenny and Ziggy's in Houston.


You guys are making me feel bad. I have to limit my food consumption to pathetically small portions nowadays to keep my weight in check. So I like the little Shack Burger at Shake Shack. No drink, no fries, just the little burger with pickles and onion. Not even ketchup or mustard.

And, I gotta say, McDonald’s Quarter Pounder with Cheese is almost as good.

For home made: a quarter pound of Hickory Smoke Spam, fried to crispiness on the outside with raw onion. Between two slices of Mestemacher German-baked pumpernickel. Low calorie, lots of fiber.



Excited about crackers!
 
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^^^^^^ Pipe Smoker ^^^^ Have you ever been to Tip Top Meats in Carlsbad? If not, gas up and go.

It's on of several must-eat-ats when I'm in Sandy Eggo.

It's basically a German grocery and deli, been there for almost forever. Tip Top Link
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Originally posted by C L Wilkins:

Reuben from Kenny and Ziggy's in Houston.
Wow! Do the deliver (to Florida)?


https://www.goldbelly.com/kenny-and-ziggys-deli

I'm tempted !!!
 
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Now I'm homesick (born in Brooklyn).

Maybe a smear of chopped liver on the sandwich.

Russ & Daughters: chopped liver, smoked sturgeon and some salmon.
 
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chopped liver, smoked sturgeon and some salmon
You're killing me.

We need a branch location in the north suburbs of Orlando.



Any cocktail can be a shrimp cocktail if you put your mind to it, and if you carry lots of loose shrimp in your pocket.

הרחפת שלי מלאה בצלופחים
 
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While I no longer eat sugar or bread, my favorite sandwich was always peanut butter and sugar. Thick coating of peanut butter and enough sugar to have some crunch.
 
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Literally anything from my favorite sammich place:
https://www.yelp.com/biz/beach...eli-huntington-beach

However, there is a new "banh mi" phenomenal. Baguettes, pickled daikon and carrots, secret sauce and CRISPY PORK BELLY!!!



What is this witchcraft? Pork belly?!

I'm onboard with a traditional cold cut bánh mì with a rich liver pate and house made mayo... But I'll have to give pork belly a try...
 
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I'm still in the...
--Ruben
--Lobster Roll
--BLT
...camp! Big Grin



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^^^^^^ Pipe Smoker ^^^^ Have you ever been to Tip Top Meats in Carlsbad? If not, gas up and go.

It's on of several must-eat-ats when I'm in Sandy Eggo.

It's basically a German grocery and deli, been there for almost forever. Tip Top Link
.

Yep, I’ve been there seven or eight times. For German food I prefer Kaiserhoff on Sunset Cliffs Blvd, but it’s strictly a restaurant. Tip Top is restaurant and deli with an accent on German food.

Thanks for your tip though.



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MLT where the mutton is nice and lean. It’s so perky.



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