What's your favorite sandwich?
My everyday go-to is thinly sliced ham and gruyere with tomatoes on toasted rye, or a club. My indulgence is the Monte Cristo...I have itabout once a year and it's kind of gross but also great.
What's your fave? Peruse this list to jog your memory of sandwices past.
|by Typing fat||reply 125||05/16/2013|
Da Muffalata loaded with olive salad.
|by Typing fat||reply 1||04/07/2013|
I hate Cubans. But a well-made Cuban mix sandwich is sublime.
|by Typing fat||reply 3||04/07/2013|
Pastrami on Rye from Katz's.
|by Typing fat||reply 6||04/07/2013|
The sandwich chain Blimpie makes a sub called "Blimpie's Best". It's a delicious mix of Italian ham, salami, cappacola, prosciuttini, provolone cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, onion, vinegar/oil and oregano. I get it with sweet peppers on it. To die for!
Sadly, the stores are disappearing - only 2 left in Brooklyn. Subway does not compare.
|by Typing fat||reply 7||04/07/2013|
Banh Mi with BBG pork and garlic mayo, please
|by Typing fat||reply 9||04/07/2013|
Ryan Gosling on one side, me in the middle, and Bradley Cooper on the other side.
|by Typing fat||reply 10||04/07/2013|
R7, I like Blimpie's too. Subway sucks.
|by Typing fat||reply 11||04/07/2013|
You must mean baloney on Wonder bread with Miracle Whip, R10.
|by Typing fat||reply 12||04/07/2013|
R12, you're just so preciously exotic, aren't you? Go ahead, tell us what guys of varying ethnicities you would prefer.
|by Typing fat||reply 13||04/07/2013|
I used to like banana, peanut butter & honey - but too fattening now.
Good quality ham is a must, with sliced cheese (Norwegian Jarlsberg is good) and tomato and a smear of mayo.
I am currently on a roast tomato and avocado kick - blame Gwynnie, her avocado on toast recipe got me going ... I roast plum tomatoes for 45 minutes with olive oil, balsamic vinegar and Moroccan harissa paste - gives them a terrific kick.
|by Typing fat||reply 15||04/07/2013|
A nice MLT - mutton, lettuce and tomato sandwich, where the mutton is nice and lean and the tomato is ripe... They're so perky, I love that.
|by Typing fat||reply 18||04/07/2013|
Either a Reuben or a Monte Cristo. Whatever you please.
|by Typing fat||reply 20||04/07/2013|
tomato and hellman's on crunchy white
cucumber tea sandwiches, crusts removed
pimento cheese on white
pb&j on wheat
fluffer nutter on white
roast turkey, fresh spinach, honey mustard on wheat
|by Typing fat||reply 21||04/07/2013|
Subway is gross now, but in the 90s they offered a sandwich called the pizza sub: pepperoni and other basic pizza toppings with a tomato sauce on your choice of bread. It was amazing. Because I loved it, of course it was discontinued.
|by Typing fat||reply 22||04/07/2013|
A man sandwich, of course.
|by Typing fat||reply 23||04/07/2013|
I remember the pizza subs.
They were good at Subway.
|by Typing fat||reply 24||04/07/2013|
ham, brie, tomato - toasted
|by Typing fat||reply 25||04/07/2013|
To me almost all the Subway sandwichs taste the same except for the meatball. All their cold cuts taste the same. Their cheese is pure plastic and their breads all taste the same no matter which one I pick and that might not be bad if they didn't all suck. Just a few years back they used to have the footlong (and they were a foot long in those days) on sale for 3 bucks. Now 5 bucks is the sale and it's not worth it.
I miss Blimpies. They had real hero bread, real cold cuts and real cheese.
|by Typing fat||reply 26||04/07/2013|
Subway sandwiches are like eating cold cardboard.
It skeeves me out when they peel off luncheon meat that has been sitting there pre-sliced for god knows how long.
|by Typing fat||reply 28||04/07/2013|
The first time I had one was in Georgetown, where I had just arrived via turnip truck to begin my internship. Having never been exposed to such exotica in the sticks---I was struck dumb by the Eye talian delight!
|by Typing fat||reply 29||04/07/2013|
Gyros, my favorite weekend food
|by Typing fat||reply 31||04/07/2013|
I am a sandwich aficionado and expert sandwich maker so it's hard to pick one as my ultimate favorite. But if you made me prepare one sandwich, to grade me on, it would probably be proscuitto with provolone, mayo, romaine lettuce, tomato, red onion and cornichons on a crusty French baguette.
|by Typing fat||reply 32||04/07/2013|
I like Monte Cristo sandwiches, too.
I have been loving pretzel buns since they started being offered a few years back but have had to limit them (damn they are high calorie and fattening!)
I am as surprised that anyone would eat at Subway as I am that they would eat at McDonald's.
And Subway is also like Jimmy John's for me - the whole why-would-you-pay-to-eat-shit-you-can-make-at-home category of fast food.
|by Typing fat||reply 34||04/07/2013|
Fresh mozzarella and prosciutto with roasted red peppers, red onions and balsamic vinaigrette on a baguette.
Also a big fan of croques madames and monsieurs, grilled swiss and tomato, BLTs and lobster rolls.
|by Typing fat||reply 35||04/07/2013|
R36 offers nothing but a stale little fart of a personality. Fie, cunt.
Lately I like mortadella, roasted artichoke, chopped olive, onion and provolone on a roll, baked a little, a little olive oil on the bread.
|by Typing fat||reply 38||04/07/2013|
I don't eat sandwiches – they are déclassé.
Only the sans-culottes eat them.
|by Typing fat||reply 39||04/07/2013|
Chicken Ceasar Wrap OR Turkey and cream cheese and lots of veggies including roasted red peppes on an onion roll or bagel.
|by Typing fat||reply 40||04/07/2013|
HAM!!! With extra lady mayo!
|by Typing fat||reply 41||04/07/2013|
R39 is either Marie Antoinette or Gwynneth Paltrow.
R15 & R38 get their caftan ensembles from the Grand Dowager collection of International Male.
|by Typing fat||reply 43||04/07/2013|
A simple ham or corn beef sandwich with onions, lettuces, tomatoes, and mayonnaise. Hold the cheese, please.
|by Typing fat||reply 44||04/07/2013|
The Keg steakhouse's California Chicken Club -- grilled chicken, avocado, bacon, mayo on triangular, toasted bread.
Or for any day, you can't beat a good old grilled cheese.
|by Typing fat||reply 45||04/07/2013|
Po' boy. Dressed, undressed - they're all good.
O.k, then, if I must name ONE, fried oyster po' boy with hot sauce.
|by Typing fat||reply 46||04/07/2013|
What i had tonite...shop rite "imported" boiled ham, bel gioso provolone, cole slaw, all on a whole wheat hard roll...kettle chips on the side! Yay for a no cooking nite!
|by Typing fat||reply 47||04/07/2013|
Grilled cheese: longhorn cheese and sautéed green tomatoes and onions inside of good quality whole wheat (Trader Joe's usually), made with real butter.
|by Typing fat||reply 48||04/07/2013|
R48 What else would you use but real butter?
|by Typing fat||reply 49||04/08/2013|
Pastrami on rye, like a half pound heaped on good seeded rye with sour pickles on the side and a Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray tonic. Must be made at a real jewish deli, preferably Orchard Street.
Rare roast beef, javarti cheese, sliced ripe tomato, horseradish mayo spread, on thick slabs of sprouted seven grain bread. Served with a good ale.
|by Typing fat||reply 50||04/08/2013|
Puerto Rican tripleta....
[quote]The Tripleta is Puerto Rico's answer to the Cuban sandwich, but we think it is better because it combines chicken, ham and beef. It comes on a slightly sweet roll similar to a French Baguette, slathered with ketchup, mustard and mayo then topped with thin crispy fried potato sticks
|by Typing fat||reply 51||04/08/2013|
R51 it is a disgusting sandwich, the ketchup just ruins it.
|by Typing fat||reply 52||04/08/2013|
[quote]slathered with ketchup
|by Typing fat||reply 53||04/08/2013|
When in London last year I had afternoon tea at Fortnum & Mason's store. I had never had cucumber sandwiches before and they are sublime, and one got seconds ! now I make them myself, you have to cut the cucumber really thin and remove the skin, and remove the crust from the white bread.
Their beef and horseradish was stunning as well.
|by Typing fat||reply 55||04/08/2013|
Basic ham/cheese, mayo & mustard on pumpernickel.
Turkey with cranberry sauce can be good, too.
The aforementioned egg salad is always a pretty safe bet.
|by Typing fat||reply 56||04/08/2013|
R37 - yes, of course! How could I forget cheesesteak. yum.
|by Typing fat||reply 57||04/08/2013|
I love to sauté red and yellow peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes in balsamic and put on a great bread.
|by Typing fat||reply 59||04/08/2013|
Let's knock it off with the cornichons and raw tomatoes, shall we? Also, the terms "sammich" and "sarnie" can go, ASAP, as well - too cutesy.
My mommy used to prepare peanut butter and bacon sandwiches as a treat. A local deli made cold cut and cheese sandwiches with French(?) dressing (I think it was) instead of mayo, and put cole slaw inside as well. They were To Die For.
|by Typing fat||reply 60||04/08/2013|
R60 you don't make the rules. I love tomato on a sandwich.
|by Typing fat||reply 61||04/08/2013|
R59 Yes with sauteed sausage on a large roll, that is delicious and reminds me of Italian Days in my old neighborhood. (Outdoor festival with these sandwiches, beer and (hopefully) hot Italian stallions.)
|by Typing fat||reply 62||04/08/2013|
This was my dad's sandwich and I still make it. Peanut butter, mayonnaise and dill pickle. I know it sounds disgusting. I also make peanut butter and walnut sandwiches with butter lettuce.
|by Typing fat||reply 64||04/08/2013|
The seafood chain Arthur Treacher's used to have a great sandwich - it was a chicken patty on a bun, with cole slaw piled on top, then some Russian dressing. It was a bit messy, but really tasty.
|by Typing fat||reply 65||04/08/2013|
What's wrong with raw tomatoes?
|by Typing fat||reply 66||04/08/2013|
Corned Beef Sandwich on Rye
|by Typing fat||reply 67||04/08/2013|
R64 Peanut butter and walnut sounds interesting. Are these finely chopped walnuts with creamy peanut butter, or chunky?
I like peanut butter and regular butter together on a saltine cracker, maybe with some jam or honey.
|by Typing fat||reply 68||04/08/2013|
How has no one mentioned a fried bologna sandwich?
Or if you're extra fancy, a fried bologna sandwich with a fried egg on top!
|by Typing fat||reply 69||04/08/2013|
This sounds really gross, but it's delicious: slice potatoes fairly thinly (about 1/8 inch), fry until cooked and lightly golden, but not super crisp. Put between two slices of heavily buttered really bad white bread (e.g., Wonder) Salt and pepper liberally. Carb (and fat) heaven!
|by Typing fat||reply 70||04/08/2013|
turkey on pumpernickel with mild mustard - A nearby deli roasts turkey breasts so I stop in once in a while to grab a sandwich. Processed turkey is disgusting.
|by Typing fat||reply 71||04/08/2013|
A height of tomato season nothing beats a BLT with some avocado tossed on as well. The rest of the year a Reuben on marble rye.
|by Typing fat||reply 72||04/08/2013|
R66 -- raw tomatoes have an icky consistency.
|by Typing fat||reply 73||04/08/2013|
Soppressata and roasted red pepper pannino with buffalo mozzarella and pesto (if someone else makes it), and pimiento cheese and bacon on white toast with Duke's (if it's up to me to make it).
|by Typing fat||reply 74||04/08/2013|
[quote]A height of tomato season nothing beats a BLT with some avocado tossed on as well.
Isn't that called a BLAT?
|by Typing fat||reply 75||04/08/2013|
R70 ... in Britain those are "chip butties" (basically steak fries sandwiches).
|by Typing fat||reply 76||04/08/2013|
I have to say, this has been the most inspiring thread ever. I love to try new things and I love to cook for friends. I can't wait to try some of the concoctions/delights you guys described.
I do think the raw tomato,sammie/sammich guy seems out of sorts though. Should we give him a cookie?
|by Typing fat||reply 77||04/08/2013|
I love a good tomato sandwich. Sliced tomatoes, bread with mayonnaise, salt and pepper. Heavenly. Grew up in the South and it's so hot in the Summer that we often had salads or sandwiches with vegetables fresh from the garden for dinner A tomato sandwich was always so refreshing.
Also a whole wheat wrap with hummus and vegetables.
|by Typing fat||reply 78||04/08/2013|
[R78] The moment I read your first sentence, I said to the friend in my head, this boy's from the south! We love us some tomato sandwiches in the summah don't we?
|by Typing fat||reply 79||04/08/2013|
Rare roast beef with provolone on dark rye.
|by Typing fat||reply 80||04/08/2013|
I love tomato sandwiches too and I grew up in the deep south - of Ireland !
also bacon and egg sandwiches - absolute heaven!
|by Typing fat||reply 81||04/09/2013|
American processed cheese-food, miracle whip on white bread. Take sandwich and cover with a blueberry pancake and deep fry. Serve with extra miracle whip and green, pimento stuffed olives.
|by Typing fat||reply 83||04/09/2013|
R80 -- as long as the rye bread is seedless!
Monte Cristos bring back memories of after work parties at Benningans. Make sure the jam is NOT strawberry though, 'k?
|by Typing fat||reply 84||04/09/2013|
Pork roll, scrambled egg, and cheese on a hard roll. With a tiny bit of ketchup.
|by Typing fat||reply 85||04/09/2013|
I just googled Kentucky Hot Brown, R86. It's very much like Pittsburgh's Devonshire, which can also be made with crabmeat instead of the turkey. Loved them either way, but they're not so popular anymore.
|by Typing fat||reply 87||04/09/2013|
I love a simple ham and cheese on pumpernickel bread (why is this bread so hard to find in supermarkets?), with lettuce, tomatoes and mayo. Maybe a dab of Dijon mustard for a kick.
|by Typing fat||reply 88||04/09/2013|
Red's Eats lobster roll in Wiscasset, Maine.
|by Typing fat||reply 89||04/09/2013|
Pastrami on rye at Langer's or Umamicatessen in L.A. (Hand sliced of course).
Otherwise the grilled turkey and cheddar (dark meat and hold the avocado) at Tally Rand in Burbank.
|by Typing fat||reply 90||04/09/2013|
R43 is too funny, isn't she? Her allusions are as hilarious as her "comic" sandwich at R18 and her dated entry at R27.
How about eating the same shit you've been serving all over the DL lately, you silly twat?
|by Typing fat||reply 91||04/09/2013|
monterey jack, whole grain bread, dijon, thinly sliced onion, lettuce and alfalfa sprouts.
also roast beef with horseradish on crusty bread.
A third-tuna with celery, black olives, dijon mayonaise on crusty bread
|by Typing fat||reply 93||04/09/2013|
R78 & 79, tomato sandwiches are widely eaten in the north too.
|by Typing fat||reply 94||04/09/2013|
Hey r90 what is Umamicatessen? Is that like Umami burger?
I have heard Langer's has great pastrami but I have never tried it. Langer's is out of the way of everything. The best pastrami I've had in LA is at a little place called Marv's at Whitsett and Magnolia in the valley but Greenblat's ain't nothin to sneeze at either.
Love pastrami on rye with spicy mustard and a dill pickle that snaps so loud it'll burst your ear drum. Sometimes with some slaw on it.
|by Typing fat||reply 95||04/09/2013|
Egg salad made with curry powder and chutney mixed in is mighty yummy!
|by Typing fat||reply 96||04/09/2013|
Langer's is an easy walk from the Metrorail Red/Purple line.
|by Typing fat||reply 97||04/09/2013|
R90 [quote] Langer's is out of the way of everything. The best pastrami I've had in LA is at a little place called Marv's at Whitsett and Magnolia
Out of the way? Unlike Marv's on Magnolia??? What's the heck's around there?
FWIW, you can hop on the Red Line at Noho and get off right at Langer's in 15-25 minutes, which BTW, is about 5 min west of Downtown. There's a reason why even a NY'er like Nora Ephron called Langer's pastrami the best in the country.
Umamicatessen is part of the Umami Burger empire, but mixed in with a kick-ass deli. It's downtown on Broadway near 9th - about a 10 min walk from the Pershing Square Metro Red Line stop. As with Langers, totally safe during the day, slightly dicey at night. Pricier than Langer's, but great.
|by Typing fat||reply 98||04/09/2013|
French dip with horseradish at hustons!
|by Typing fat||reply 99||04/09/2013|
OP, you fat artery clogged swiney-pig you. You should die in a fat fire.
|by Typing fat||reply 100||04/09/2013|
[quote]Subway is gross now, but in the 90s they offered a sandwich called the pizza sub: pepperoni and other basic pizza toppings with a tomato sauce on your choice of bread. It was amazing. Because I loved it, of course it was discontinued.
Why can't you just ask for it now? They still have all the ingredients. Just order their pepperoni sub. The "other basic pizza toppings" you love so much is just their standard veggies. Their tomato sauce is their meatball sauce.
|by Typing fat||reply 102||04/10/2013|
A slice of summer sausage on a buttered piece of Poulsbo bread.
|by Typing fat||reply 103||04/10/2013|
Torta Ahogada (Basically, a Mexican french-dip sandwich), except the meat is carne asada or al pastor pork and the entire thing is dipped in a red, chile sauce. Mmmm.
|by Typing fat||reply 104||04/10/2013|
mushroom and pesto with mozarella
|by Typing fat||reply 105||04/10/2013|
I pity anyone who answered Subway or Blimpies. One poster even mentioned living in Brooklyn. Is there not one decent deli in Brooklyn??
|by Typing fat||reply 106||04/10/2013|
[quote]Ryan Gosling on one side, me in the middle, and Bradley Cooper on the other side.
Oh, honey, you're doing it all wrong if it's side by side.
I want a three-way not a Sondheim musical.
One in the front and one in the back. That's what I always say.
|by Typing fat||reply 107||04/10/2013|
R106, I have to say, I had the same thought. I live in Brooklyn and there are literally dozens of amazing places to get a sandwich.
Anyway, my vote is for mozzarella and prosciutto on a ciabatta roll. Delicious.
|by Typing fat||reply 108||04/10/2013|
Alsl, oyster po'boys, sausage and peppers on a roll, my mom's potato and eggs on a roll.
|by Typing fat||reply 109||04/10/2013|
Salami, fresh mozzarella, pesto and tomatoes on ciabatta bread.
Bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado on good sourdough bread.
A "West Coast" reuben: brisket, Swiss, Thousand Island and cole slaw all grilled on rye bread.
A good old-fashioned tuna melt.
|by Typing fat||reply 110||04/10/2013|
r90 I work in production tv/movies so from Radford's CBS studios Marv's isn't that far for lunch. Langer's is not in the path of my work or personal life although there have been some locations near MacArthur Park we never had lunch at Langer's.
|by Typing fat||reply 111||04/10/2013|
Zampino, prov, roast peppers, oregano, red wine vinegar, cap, on a fine Italian seeded crusty rocketship.
Lots of vin 4 me. Harder to find zampino now here.
Murder, just murder.
|by Typing fat||reply 113||04/10/2013|
R104 -- the thought is making my panties moist, sounds orgasmic!
|by Typing fat||reply 114||04/10/2013|
Are you sure you don't mean Zampone, R113?
|by Typing fat||reply 115||04/10/2013|
eggplant parmigiana, provolone, tomato sauce, chopped pickles, hot peppers.
|by Typing fat||reply 117||04/10/2013|
Can you stop and and get me one on your way over? Don't forget--you need to hand it to me 'around' the curtain. Don't make me look at your face. Then you can get to work on sucking me off.
|by Typing fat||reply 118||04/10/2013|
NY Peanut Butter Co's PB & white chocolate with organic honey on soft slices of Pepperidge Farm Hearty White bread. Heaven.
|by Typing fat||reply 119||04/10/2013|
Baloney and ketchup on cheap white bread. I prepare the sandwich, then wrap in saran, place it in a brown paper bag and put it away for several hours (not in the fridge). When eaten later, it is an exact replica of the lunch I had every day for years in grade school.
|by Typing fat||reply 120||04/10/2013|
Pan Bagnat. With the right quality ingredients (esp good bread), so delicious.
|by Typing fat||reply 121||04/11/2013|
Fried egg, pork roll and cheese between two pancakes
|by Typing fat||reply 124||05/16/2013|
Liam behind me, Efron in front of me.
|by Typing fat||reply 125||05/16/2013|