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    I'm not exactly fond of eggs, but there are times when you have to eat them. This is a really simple and easy way to to use them. Especially useful after Easter! Also good for testing eggs in elimination diets. Preparation time includes boiling and peeling eggs.

    Recipe #164941

    Calling all cheese fanatics! Do you love cheese? I think I may have the sandwich for you. My local Einstein Brothers used to have this on their menu - if I recall correctly, it was around the year 2001. Back then, this sandwich cost about $6 or so, so I figured out how to make these for myself at home. This glorious sandwich has since been pulled from the menu, probably because the fat content is enough to induce an instant heart attack! Ha ha, just kidding of course. Anyway, I love this sandwich (in moderation) and it's very easy to make using a sandwich maker,grill or skillet. Bon appetit!

    Recipe #222239

    7 Reviews |  By Bobtail

    I love to watch the Food Network and I saw this sandwich on one of their programs. I did not catch the name of the restaurant, but the story behind this sandwich was interesting. It said that this sandwich was created for "fussy eater" A father used to take his daughter to lunch on Saturdays at this popular restaurant in Havana, Cuba (before Castro) and the daughter was a fussy eater so there were very few things she liked. She loved strawberry jam, so the father asked the waiter to come up with a sandwich for her and so the Elena Ruth sandwich was born. I have not tried it, but when I saw the recipe, I knew it was something that I would like, however, I am not a fussy eater! The amounts of each ingredient are really to your own taste. I have estimated for the sake of the recipe format. I believe the cuban bread would be Midnight sandwich bread or any sweet bread that you like. If you try this, I hope you enjoy it! Addendum: I am adding an explanation of the difference between jam and jelly for our International members. Jam vs. jelly and then there are preserves too! All are made with fruit mixed with sugar and pectin The difference comes from the form the fruit takes. In jelly, the fruit is in the form of fruit juice, so the product is set and is smooth and sometimes slightly opaque. In jam, the fruit is in the form of fruit pulp or crushed fruit. The product is not as stiff as jelly. Preserves are made of chunks of fruit set in a syrup (made of fruit juices) or in a jam. As for the recipe, I believe it is stated to use the jam so the recipe would be true to the original way it was prepared.

    Recipe #112596

    14 Reviews |  By Manami

    This is a strange combination, but trust me, it is very good! The story goes that Elena Ruz, a society young socialite for which the sandwich is named, would stop at this little all-night restaurant, El Carmelo, in Vedado neighborhood in Havana Cuba, after leaving the dance with her group of friends. She asked the waiter if he could fix her this sandwich after she told them how to make it. After that she would always ask for the Elena Ruz Sandwich and to this day that is how the sandwich is known. This recipe has been printed on many of the Cuban Food web sites. It is great for leftover turkey. Update 03/13/2006 you can also use sweet rolls(the kind you use for a media noche). However, the real McCoy is white bread without crusts and lightly toasted and then the cream cheese would be spread, then the turkey and strawberry jelly on the other slice and voila!

    Recipe #141290

    Back when dinosaurs roamed the earth I used to go to a neighborhood restaurant in Sea Girt NJ called Everybody's Cafe. They made a few dishes that were spectacular and their version of a turkey sandwich was wonderful. I tried to duplicate it and over the years and came up with this version.

    Recipe #309847

    Well, the beast is beef and this is a my favorite way to have a roast beef sandwich.

    Recipe #300848

    A sloppy joe recipe from Cooking for 2 magazine.

    Recipe #382342

    This is a fried bologna sandwich that I had often growing up. I see so many of my favorite sandwiches on here, but I didn't see this one.

    Recipe #133272

    This is a recipe from when I was a teen. My mom used to make me plain fried bologna and as I got older I started adding the cheese.

    Recipe #324617

    Recipe #245398

    I don't care for runny eggs (except eggs benedict) so this hits the spot when I'm in the mood for something more rich and substantial than scrambled eggs, but not gooey (except the cheese). If I have it on hand, I replace one egg with a slice of ham that I fry first.

    Recipe #101642

    38 Reviews |  By GaylaV

    This is an old family favorite. I have added a little heat to it with the pepper flakes. Fried onions are also a nice option to make it a little special. Try it with a little Thousand Island Dressing. Cheddar cheese is fine but Cheez Whiz does the trick!

    Recipe #215911

    I was in the nursing profession many, many, years ago. When the nursing staff was allowed to take a lunch break, I would meander down to our hospital cafeteria and order up one of these sandwiches. Of course, the cafeteria chefs had a special "seasoned grill" that punctuated years and years of cooking delectable delights, the way it used to be cooked, without the use of microwaves, and or already prepared, “boiled - in - the - bag” foods that came from “Sysco”. These amazing chefs even had special spatulas that you could easily imagine the pounding and flipping going on, being delicately tossed in the air, as somehow this made the food taste even more spectacular. After paying for the sandwich, I would sit down, and carefully open the wrapper, and inhale the aroma of freshly cut ham, the sweetest, most soft bread that I have ever known, and the mixture of ham juice and a bit of butter that warmed the ham prior to marrying with the bread. Needless to say, I always looked forward to this break, and on the occasion of visiting this hospital even today, I reflect back on those days of good ol’ cooking as it used to be, and the delights these very special chefs produced. To this day I still make these at home, occasionally for lunch or a quick dinner. After the cafeteria chefs put this yummy sandwich together they would wrap it in (1) wax paper (2) then aluminum foil. By the time you got to your table, the tastes had developed and probably steamed in the combination of wax paper and foil. Either way, I guess these magical chefs will never be forgotten as this made my day complete, every single day. I hope you enjoy this sandwich as much as I. Try the wax paper and foil too, [if you have time].....you will see what I'm talking about.

    Recipe #272233

    Sounds strange, but kids love it. I made these for my kids all the time. Let it cool slightly before giving to younger children as the jelly can get hot.

    Recipe #29365

    i used to make these for my dad when i was a teenager, he even gave them their name!! simple, tasty and definately not good for you but these fried hotdog/bologna sandwiches are worth the extra fat..

    Recipe #379672

    Fiddling around in the kitchen, I was looking for a protein rich snack prior to working out. This sandwich was the result and seemed worth posting. If you think it sounds strange consider the delicious and popular appetizer of baked brie in puff pastry and dried fruit. This is a deconstructed and reconstructed version for one. My version used reduced fat ingredients, but you can use the full fat versions if you like.

    Recipe #213885

    This is from the June '07 GoodHousekeeping magazine. Simple, healthy, and delicious. I added some alfalfa sprouts to mine and only used half the amount of spinach leaves.

    Recipe #232575

    The flavors in this sandwich marry so well together. Try it, you'll love it!

    Recipe #89402

    Read Dawnab's Grilled Cheese Diner Style recipe and was suprised to see the feedback on the mayo. Here is one we have been enjoying for years that uses mayo for butter. It really dresses up a breakfast, and can be cooked on a grill with a griddle when camping. We use different jams and jellies, and replace the cream cheese with peanut butter for the kids (and sometimes Grandpa).

    Recipe #114522

    This recipe is for one sandwich, you may increase to desired sandwich amounts.

    Recipe #241471

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