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    Quote Originally Posted by stargazer401
    I have a sandwich 'thing'. I love sandwiches. Every sandwich. Rubens, French Dips, deli, I don't care. I'm also big on toppings. I make dagwood type sandwiches. If I go into Subway, I'm not leaving until I have every dressing, vegetable, and garnish they have on my sandwich. :eat

    I almost forgot to mention giant bacon double cheeseburgers, but that's a post by itself

    I absolutely love deli sandwiches... I love sandwiches...
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    Salami, mustard, tomatoes, and pickles.

    Grilled cheese

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    BACON BURGERS!!!!!!!!!

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    i am a sandwhich freak!!
    pastrami and swiss on rye (with spicy mustard)
    peppered ham and swiss on a potato roll
    philly cheese steak (w/ green peppers and onions)

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    There used to be a little lunch cart near my office that sold these pork sandwiches called Rolli's. It was little slices of pork (tenderloin, I guess) smothered in onions and peppers and cheese. OMG, it was divine (although, as a co-worker said, not great on the colon).
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    Wow,
    Being that I am from Philly... And considering that I don't eat a lot of meat, during that rare occasion, a "Real" Philly cheeststeak on a fresh Italian roll, with fried onions and melted cheese. There is nothing better

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    Rare roast beef w/ lettuce & tomato w/ salt and pepper on Italian bread

    pastrami on rye w/ deli mustard
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    i grew up in NE philly and am very particular about my cheeses steaks... it's all about the roll!!
    btw- pat's and geno's cheese steaks are the most over-rated cheese steaks ever- sure they may have invented the sandwich but they mass produce them now and honestly aren't that good...

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuinntheEskimo
    i grew up in NE philly and am very particular about my cheeses steaks... it's all about the roll!!
    btw- pat's and geno's cheese steaks are the most over-rated cheese steaks ever- sure they may have invented the sandwich but they mass produce them now and honestly aren't that good...
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    I can't believe you were from the NE, that's where I am!!! I agree, Pat's and Geno's are bogus, I always liked Jim's and "Steve's Prince of Steaks"!!!!

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    Applebee's Club House Melt.... yum yum .....

    Apart from that, I'm rather easy when it comes to sandwiches, because there's simply nothing that pleases me the way a really good Grilled Cheese Sandwich does!
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