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    Club Sandwiches

    Thu Jan 10, 2013 2:55 am
    Forum Host

    The most popular theory is that the sandwich first appeared in 1894 at the famous Saratoga Club-House (an exclusive gentlemen only gambling house in upstate Saratoga Springs, New York) where the potato chips was born. There are some wonderful variations to be found here on

    Club Sandwich - Toast a slice of bread evenly and lightly butter it. On one half put, first, a thin slice of bacon which has been broiled till dry and tender, next a slice of the white meat of either turkey or chicken. Over one half of this place a circle cut from a ripe tomato and over the other half a tender leaf of lettuce. Cover these with a generous layer of mayonnaise, and complete this delicious "whole meal" sandwich with the remaining piece of toast.

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    The classic ingredients for a club sandwich are turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise.
    Other common club sandwiches generally vary the bottom layer, for example a "chicken club" or a "roast beef club". Variations might include ham (instead of bacon) and/or additional cheese slices. As with a BLT sandwich, the club sandwich is usually served on toasted bread. Mayonnaise and mustard and sometimes honey mustard are common condiments.

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    The sandwich is commonly served with a side portion of either coleslaw, or potato salad, and often accompanied by a pickle. The coleslaw or potato salad is often reduced to a "garnish" portion, when the primary side item is an order of French fries or potato chips.

    I expect that all of you have great filling ideas so come on and share them with us!
    Thu Jan 10, 2013 5:58 am Groupie
    Yummy, Yummy!!!

    I've taked to grilling all my sandwiches, or at least toasting the bread-it breaks down the gluten!

    Here's a few favorites from this cookbook

    Club Panini
    Boursin Parisian Panini
    Little Italy Panini
    Muffuletta Panini

    And the stuff that goes with it

    Bistro Sauce
    The Edgewood Resort's Thousand Island Dressing
    Roasted Red Pepper Mayo
    Thu Jan 10, 2013 8:47 am
    Forum Host
    Simple love panini's and am tempted to by a panini maker!
    Thu Jan 10, 2013 9:54 am Groupie
    The club sandwich used to be one of my go-to sammies. I haven't had one in a long while though.
    I might have to pick one of these recipes and give it a try. icon_biggrin.gif
    Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:01 am
    Forum Host
    **Tinkerbell** wrote:
    The club sandwich used to be one of my go-to sammies. I haven't had one in a long while though.
    I might have to pick one of these recipes and give it a try. icon_biggrin.gif

    They are lovely for a change
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