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    This recipe was featured in an email from the www.lifescript.com website. Provided by www.eatingwell.com. "Sub"? "Hoagie"? "Grinder"? "Hero"? It depends on where you grew up. But we can all agree that the addition of spinach, and the omission of a greasy fried breading, give this old-school favorite a deliciously healthy profile."

    Recipe #357380

    This was the featured recipe in an email today from the www.lifescript.com website. My daughter loves eggplant!

    Recipe #345371

    I'm not for sure where I got this recipe from but I do know that it is delish! I used to make Sloppy Joes from the can but not anymore!

    Recipe #123222

    The amounts listed are only a guideline you may adjust to taste and make as many sandwiches as desired :)

    Recipe #322149

    Came up with this a couple years ago when talking to a parent about "boring sandwich syndrome". Her daughter was tired of the same old meat sandwiches and wanted something fun in her lunch.

    Recipe #338550

    If you like grilled cheese sandwiches you will love this one! Also, you can put other items with it such as ham, bacon, turkey,... Also, try it on a cold winter day with tomato soup. If you can't find sourdough bread use thick sliced bread. Also, I add granulated garlic to the whipped butter to add a little kick.

    Recipe #338753

    From Better Homes and Gardens, this sandwich is great.

    Recipe #338789

    The amounts listed are only a guideline you may adjust to taste, make certain that the cheese is always on the top, this is a great way to use up cooked roast beef or deli roast beef --- FOR PARTY APPETIZERS instead of using buns replace with small party size pumpernickle bread slices that have been toasted, follow as directed only using smaller amounts.

    Recipe #338089

    In this cobb club sandwich, I take the staple ingredients of a cobb salad--avocado, bacon, egg, chicken, and blue cheese--and re-imagines it as a triple-decker club sandwich.

    Recipe #337445

    I got this from last month's Better Homes and Gardens as well. I haven't tried it yet, but its right up my alley so I plan to try it soon. I am lactose intolerant and so I am planning to sub the blue cheese dressing with some plain old Miracle Whip, and will probably skip the onions, but I will post as I found it as it looks so delicious! Please post your photos!!!

    Recipe #336412

    My favorite egg salad for sandwiches--I love it on whole wheat or egg bread with lots of fresh crisp lettuce. I adapted this from a friend's way of making egg salad. I use the same ingredients for both egg salad and deviled eggs--the only differences are the amounts and what I do with the eggs. Amounts are approximate--adjust them to suit your taste. Times are estimates and don't include time to boil and cool the eggs.

    Recipe #336421

    Very tasty, easy to make, snack to split or light dinner for one

    Recipe #336619

    From Taste of home magazine Have not tried this recipe yet. I guessed on prep and cook time

    Recipe #336729

    I grew up only knowing this by Ham Salad which is what my Mom and local Deli's up North called it. She said it was the "Poor Man's Ham Salad" which never contained any ham, just bologna, but giving it the wonderful flavor and color of what could have been ham. We loved it. I made it for my children as they grew up and it is still requested though they are adults now. I am in my 50's and still make it for myself as a snack spread or sandwich. I've seen a variation of recipes for this, tried some and still think mine is my favorite. Let me know what you think?

    Recipe #336196

    My all-time favorite sandwich. Jimmy’s Serious Sandwiches, Little Rock AR; by way of Southern Living

    Recipe #336239

    2 Reviews |  By VickyJ

    There is a bit of everything in these! I made these using some leftover ground turkey, added hamburger, diced bacon, etc, etc... and it came out delish! Lately, a few of my meals have been this way (not following a recipe to the letter) and giving great results. I will try to put together some ingredients, though they will be approximate. This was made in the crock pot, spooned onto BIG Kaiser rolls and served with Recipe #58801. The recipe could be expanded for larger groups.

    Recipe #336284

    This is a delicious and simple sandwich that my friend Mary just served for a birthday lunch. We had the sandwiches with my "Recipe #291191" for a complete meal!

    Recipe #336292

    Cooking Light May 2003

    Recipe #334933

    Easy recipe using canned or fresh cooked chicken. This is my husband's favorite dish. It is an adaptation of the Cream Chipped Beef on Toast such a favorite in the 1950's.

    Recipe #335019

    This recipe came from a friend way back in my childhood. However, I have changed it a bit to suit myself. The recipe just came as a list of ingredients, and I thought I would write down the amounts for safe keeping. So adjust to your liking.

    Recipe #335242

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