How would you make a good sandwhich?!

Question: How would you make a good sandwhich?
What would it have in it.


start with sourdough bread and toast alittle. spread pesto on it and add slices turkey and pepperjack or provolone cheese top with mixed greens tomato pickle and maybe some cilantro. salt pepper and a squeeze of lemon juice. add a bag of salt and vinigar chips and maybe a small bowl of soup and a pepsi. yummy

If I'm feeling simple I just have bread, some lettuce, a slice or two of turkey, a slice or two of a tomato, and about a teaspoon of mayonnaise on the bread that will be touching the tomato slice(s).

If I want something fancy, I go to sub way, order the Spicy Italian. Then I get pepper jack cheese, and you know you have to toast that :). Then some of their chipotle southwest sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, and lots of cucumbers. I love cucumbers so I make them do about two rows of those.

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First of all it have good bread around it - a nice loaf of sourdough, a baguette or crusty whole wheat. You can't make a good sandwich without good bread. If you are using spread, use cream cheese, mashed avocado or real butter, Then add some honey cured ham, a slice of sharp cheddar cheese, sliced tomato, thinly sliced cucumber and a crisp lettuce leaf. Delicious.…

Have slightly toasted white bread and put two slices of cheese and four slices of ham on it. Then put on your desired amount of mustard. Take the top peice of bread and put a small amount of mayo spread on it. Then place six pickles on the sandwich. Next, put one tomatoes slice on it. If you like bacon, put bacon on it as well. Finally, sprinkle some salt and pepper on it. All done.


Well, I love the Cold Cut at Subway. I've been addicted lately. But if I was making it myself:

French bread with salami, bologna, and ham. White American cheese and lots of lettuce and red onions. Some black olives maybe and lots of oil and vinegar. Om nom.

i'd ask a woman to do it.

that was the clever response that came to me when i first read your question but then i quickly realized that i wasn't the first one to think of that. oh well. i'd make something baked/toasted. warm sandwiches are the best.

Freshly-baked baguette, sliced tomato, swiss cheese, tuna salad with diced pickles, spicy brown mustard, toasted in the oven or sandwich press.

Grinder bread, mustard, mayo, lettuce, tomato, swiss cheese, deli meats, avocado and banana peppers.

Take a can of corned beef and mix it up with some mayo and a little pickle relish. Spread on toasted Italian bread to make sandwiches..

Creamy Jif Peanut Butter and Marshmallow fluff on toasted Italian bread.

go to subway and pay 5 dollars and you dont get your hands dirty

get a woman

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