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Your sandwich choices sound great, shame about the cheese though.

My favourite is soy and linseed bread with ham cheese and tomato, lots of salt and pepper.

Or a crusty crusty italian roll with roast chicken and camembert.

Hmm, my sandwiches/rolls nearly always feature cheese of some sort.


I love sandwiches too. My absolute favourite is a vegatable sandwich from a restarant in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It has sliced tomato, roasted red pepper, provolone cheese, red onion, seasoned chèvre and arugula on multigrain focaccia. I am drooling just thinking about it. I haven't had one in nearly 6 years but I dream about them and definitely will have one if I am ever back in Minnesota.


Today I had fetta cheese and fresh tomatoes with a dash of olive oil and salt and pepper. It wasnt really a sandwich as I just dipped the crusty bread into the 'slush' left over.

Heaven though.


I love sandwiches too but mine are so boring compared to yours. I usually get a chicken breast (grilled or breaded) with lettuce, tomato, and a dab of mayo. Or BLT's, I lose those too.

Miss Arrogant

I swear it didn't happen on purpose...but I recently finished listening to Bridget Jones the Edge of Reason on tape, and as I read your post, I could hear the British actress who read the story. It was grand, huzzah!

Anyway, on to your very important question. One of my favorite sandwiches involves a nice whole wheat bread with cranberries (or some kind of cranberry spread), turkey, avocado, and sprouts. The cranberry spread can be substituted with spicy mustard. And if cheese is a must (and it usually is for me), I would go with a nice white like Harvati or Gouda. Yum.


Sandwiches rock! Egg salad on rye, BLT with summer tomatoes or smoked turkey on anything are my faves.

Miss Arrogant

Oooh, I just remembered another favorite of mine. You have to go to a Jewish deli for this one: Egg bread (YUM), corned beef, provalone. Very crisp pickle on the side.


I'm personally a big fan of banh mi, the Vietnamese sandwiches. Crusty French bread, chicken or this sort of special Vietnamese sausage, the sweet vinegary dipping sauce you get with spring rolls, thin slivers of cucumber and carrot, sliver of jalapeno, a little mayo, and for me a dollop of Vietnamese hot sauce

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