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10:33 PM on 08/15/2013
I got no problem with the pbj...we love them...now...as kids....its nostalgic...but that #5...egg salad almost makes me regret even making this comment
10:29 PM on 08/15/2013
How does a grilled cheese and a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, beat a Roast beef AND a gyro?? pssssh. 2nd graders shouldn't have been allowed to vote.
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Ry the Stunner
11:21 PM on 08/15/2013
Because those are classic sandwiches, for anyone. Roast beef and gyro...not so much.
10:20 PM on 08/15/2013
Crabmeat roll. Mmmmm
10:15 PM on 08/15/2013
It's been forever since I've had a descent patty melt!
10:12 PM on 08/15/2013
How the hell did a sandwich without meat take the top spot?
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10:10 PM on 08/15/2013
while I like pb and j, sometimes I really like cream cheese and olives on jewish rye or pumpernickel. or, English cucumber with spicy mayo on oatmeal bread.

whatever floats your boat, and you skip the nasty mickey d's, is good in my book.

and , when It it is raining/snowing/nasty outside, grilled cheese, please.
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10:55 PM on 08/15/2013
Haven't met too many people that enjoy cream cheese and olives on pumpernickel. It's one of my faves :)
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cyndeewi
Here to save the day
09:54 PM on 08/15/2013
Do you see that Reuben sandwich? Awesome!
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garoth
09:48 PM on 08/15/2013
For all you sandwich lovers, here's a question: I make a sourdough "Black Forest Cherry Bread," a chocolate bread with cocoa in the batter, along with sour cherries and pieces of dark chocolate and a bit of kirschwasser (like a cherry brandy). Thinking cream cheese on a sandwich made with it, and it takes toasting really well - what else?
09:45 PM on 08/15/2013
Reuben and Cubano are my favorites.
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gregory57
Micro-bio, was one of my favorite classes.
09:41 PM on 08/15/2013
No Italian beef?
04:29 PM on 08/17/2013
My family loves it when I make Italian beef in the slow cooker with the sliced peperoncini peppers and serve with provolone on hoagie rolls!
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gregory57
Micro-bio, was one of my favorite classes.
04:35 PM on 08/17/2013
In Chicago Italian beef is considered an art form by many.  I like mine with a nice char-broiled Italian sausage.  We call it a Combo.
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garoth
09:40 PM on 08/15/2013
The tea sandwiches they show look like cucumber and cream cheese on Wonder bread. It's called, "what to eat when you don't mind eating garbage." At least put it on decent bread, and do something a bit creative with it.
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CajunSpectre
My Micro-bio is empty!
09:33 PM on 08/15/2013
I was glad to see that the oyster po-boy was in the top 10, but was disappointed that the fried shrimp po-boy and the roast beef po-boy (each of those po-boys are dressed) did not make the list.
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Gene Hennigh
09:33 PM on 08/15/2013
At my house, the recession has us eating boloney. No cheese. The GOP has shipped the money up the food chain so far that the ONLY sandwich I've had from that list is peanut butter and jelly in the last two years. Hate Monte Cristos, but the rest I like but haven't been able to make or buy in the last couple of years. Oh, sometimes we can afford ground beef. Usually that means meat loaf or spaghetti.
09:29 PM on 08/15/2013
I'm from New Orleans. Po'Boys were a staple of my childhood, so yummy!
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Word2ThaWize
Political parties are rotting our nation. Wake up.
09:20 PM on 08/15/2013
This is about as creative as the places who would carry such things on their menus are.