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(Buzzfeed)   "Around the world in 29 sandwiches." Missing from the list: tacos   (buzzfeed.com) divider line 11
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2013-08-24 03:39:34 PM
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I'm sure this one is a real winner with the ladies.
 
2013-08-24 04:04:30 PM
France wins, hands down.

Germany not so much.
 
2013-08-24 04:08:56 PM

Gordon Bennett: France wins, hands down.

Germany not so much.


Yeah, but where's the Croque Monsieur?


/lots of South American stuff on the list.
//doesn't Canada have any good sandwiches?
///fluffernutter rocks
 
2013-08-24 04:33:40 PM
Mmmmm. I miss Barros Lucos and Barros Jarpas. A good sandwich is all about the bread.
 
2013-08-24 05:55:06 PM
Like Joey Tribbiani, my favorite food is "sandwiches", and I would bite the shiat out of every one of those.
 
2013-08-24 06:20:31 PM
Absolutely the best sandwich I've ever had in my entire life was a French squished sandwich in Toulon, France.


recipe courtesy of: "The Real Man's Cookbook!" by W. J. Rayment

"French Squish Sandwich Serving Size : 4

Preparation Time :0:20
Ingredients:
4 hoagy buns
1 pound hamburger
1 tomato
4 leaves lettuce
1 package French fries
1 dash salt
1 dash pepper
Prepare fries according to package directions. Form elongated squares geared to fit on hoagy buns. Fry or grill burger, sprinkling on salt and pepper. Slice tomato.
Warm up your waffle grill.
When hamburger and French fries are cooked, lay hamburger between bun topped by fries - yes I said fries - and tomato and lettuce. When waffle grill is warm, squish sandwich. This is an essential part of the process because it warms the bun and keeps the fries from falling out."


Sounds like a freakin burger, but man, the bread was a French sour dough, had a spicy red chili spread and was ultra addictive.
 
2013-08-24 08:58:06 PM
No PB&J?!  I call bullsh*t.
 
2013-08-25 04:12:25 AM

panfried: Absolutely the best sandwich I've ever had in my entire life was a French squished sandwich in Toulon, France.


DING DING! Winner! Agree 100%. Our ship was in mini-drydock in Toulon 25 yrs ago, and those sandwiches were absolutely my favorite thing the few weeks we were there.

/The most exciting was working shore patrol rescuing dumbass squids who let the locals buy them drinks until they were trashed then beat the crap out of them.  Good times. Nothing like wading through a bar brawl to haul out two or three guys with a dozen or more beating on them.

Any time the wife or I are within a hundred miles or so of Binghampton/Endicott, NY, we go out of our way to stop at:   Lupo's Charpit and pick up a case (or two) of Spiedie marinade. (you can order from the website, but we try to manage our supply until we're heading that way). Cut up the meat and dump it and the marinade in a ziplock bag. Leave it alone all night in the fridge, and pop on the grill for lunch the next day... We've made many converts/addicts.
 
2013-08-25 05:50:23 AM
Subby next time you're in a Mexican joint ask for a tortas
 
2013-08-25 05:00:49 PM
What's the deal with all the French fries on sammiches?
 
2013-08-25 06:54:21 PM

Tired_of_the_BS: panfried: Absolutely the best sandwich I've ever had in my entire life was a French squished sandwich in Toulon, France.

DING DING! Winner! Agree 100%. Our ship was in mini-drydock in Toulon 25 yrs ago, and those sandwiches were absolutely my favorite thing the few weeks we were there.

/The most exciting was working shore patrol rescuing dumbass squids who let the locals buy them drinks until they were trashed then beat the crap out of them.  Good times. Nothing like wading through a bar brawl to haul out two or three guys with a dozen or more beating on them.

Any time the wife or I are within a hundred miles or so of Binghampton/Endicott, NY, we go out of our way to stop at:   Lupo's Charpit and pick up a case (or two) of Spiedie marinade. (you can order from the website, but we try to manage our supply until we're heading that way). Cut up the meat and dump it and the marinade in a ziplock bag. Leave it alone all night in the fridge, and pop on the grill for lunch the next day... We've made many converts/addicts.


Ordering some of the original marinade.  Thanks for the tip!
 
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