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    Quote Originally Posted by chirospasm
    I seriously eat a grilled chicken sandwich almost everywhere I go (boring, I know. I also like vanilla ice cream). I just love grilled chicken. Especially cajun-style at Longhorn's
    Good taste Chiro

    This thread is making me so... hungry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy
    Could be. I don't know what "dace" is.
    dace is a japanese version of a sardine. packed in black beans and very oily. you can find it in the asian food stores.
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    Quote Originally Posted by senrik
    a few more:
    x salad sandwiches without mayo (I hate mayo)
    thats to say... chicken salad (without mayo)
    tuna salad (without mayo)
    etc.

    I also like ham and stilson...
    I didn't know you could MAKE chicken or tuna salad w/o mayo...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy
    I didn't know you could MAKE chicken or tuna salad w/o mayo...
    it can be done.... easily. mayo is only traditional in American style sandwiches.
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    *shiver* No!! No sandwiches!! Ok so very rarely atleast...something about eating what you produce all day just normally doesn't work for me, by the time I make 60-100 at lunch time that's the last thing I want to see typically.

    My favorites when the mood does strike though...
    ~nice overstuffed Ruben very easy on the sauerkraut and extra dressing
    ~very rare roast beef on crusty Italian/French bread with horseradish/mayo/tomato/provolone/onion
    ~avocado/cucumber (but only from Nature's Table in the mall)
    ~a funky turkey wrap that my assistant at work makes, he calls it the Larry South Beach Special and it has smoked turkey/bacon/provolone with tomato/1000 Island dressing/sprouts/avocado and a dash of garlic cream cheese on the wrap itself

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    Mmm... Mustard and ham? I love mustard on most of the sandwiches I eat. Although, I guess I'm happy with most everything I eat as long as it is food and it is edible. Yum yum yum! for , too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ixcrisxi
    Mmm... Mustard and ham? I love mustard on most of the sandwiches I eat. Although, I guess I'm happy with most everything I eat as long as it is food and it is edible. Yum yum yum! for , too!
    mmm I love mustard.
    yellow, dijon, honey mustard, mustard greens, mustard seed, you name it, i like it.
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    Well..... I just get Salami and Cheddar Cheese at Togos with no produce or mayo. And my mom makes me salami and butter sandwiches on sourdough bread. See I would get other types of sandwiches, but I cant STAND tomatoes and everywhere I go, they seem to pile them on! I'll eat ham or roast beef or turkey, but with tomatoes... !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by senrik
    dace is a japanese version of a sardine. packed in black beans and very oily. you can find it in the asian food stores.
    Dammit, senrik - fried dace with black beans is Chinese. Chinese. Fried dace with natto (ew!) - now that would be Japanese.

    And the Vietnamese po'boy you're talking about is a banh mi, I believe. So good, and cheep too! Although I've never head them with japapenos, only serranos. :dontknow:

    I've never used mayo as a condiment, except in aioli and tartar sauce. Hmm...fish sandwiches with tartar sauce...yum.

    And Lucy, I don't make tuna salads with mayo, neither. Just makes the tuna soggy and masks its taste, IMO. I usually make a bastardized/cooked version of Tuna Ceviche: therefore, Italian tuna (i.e. packed in olive oil, not water), tossed straight with freshly-chopped basil, diced tomatoes, chopped chilis, minced shallots and scallions, lime juice, and freshly-ground pepper and sea salt to taste. Vury nass.

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    Corned beef or pastrami on rye with mustard would definitely be my favorites. I like fried-egg sandwiches too, with cheese and mayo. (because I'm lazy and they're easy to make)
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