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    4 Reviews |  By Lanel

    My mom loves egg salad sandwiches...I was never fond of them until I made these. I call them my "grown up egg sandwiches". Yummy (Time doesn't include hard boiling the eggs.)

    Recipe #201385

    Original recipe was from the Star Trek Cookbook back in the 70s. As Philocrates says One starts to understand why Kirk was so upset when the Tribbles ate his sandwich. It is a Chicken and Beef Reuben style. Due to the way it it written, the recipe for the sandwich and a recipe for coleslaw, the nutrition for one sandwich is not correct. The Coleslaw recipe makes more than a single serving.

    Recipe #127805

    A yummy change for PB&J

    Recipe #189935

    This sandwich was just too good not to share!!

    Recipe #188560

    A vegetarian version-just by substituting tempeh bacon for regular bacon. But standard bacon is equally good. I save my special reserve secret stash of peanut butter (Peter Pan of course!) for this recipe! Slightly adapted from Quick and Simple magazine, August 2006.

    Recipe #188007

    This pulled pork recipe is very very good. Try it out, you will not be disapointed.

    Recipe #187764

    This is such a simple recipe w/ just a few ingredients I almost always have on hand. It's a quick dinner w/ a green salad. You can double this easily for make ahead lunches.

    Recipe #133297

    I have been making these for at least 30 years. When the kids were little and we would camp, I would make these up in advance and then just put them in the oven when we got to our destination.

    Recipe #186156

    In search of another way to use canned salmon, I thought why not subsitute salmon for ground beef in sloppy joes. The result is interesting and worth a try at least once.

    Recipe #186506

    This is said to be Elvis's favorite sandwich and I know I love it.

    Recipe #187363

    5 Reviews |  By Auvan

    I love chicken and roasted red peppers, so I put this sandwich together--it was so yummy! My family loves them. The chicken can also be left out and the sandwich is still delicious. Add a bowl of soup or a salad and you have a perfect lunch or dinner!

    Recipe #187130

    This is from Dave Lieberman....sooooo good!!!! And quick too! You can use whatever cheese you like! I also add some spicy steak seasoning to the meat.

    Recipe #187204

    This sandwich is so good, I make these all the time for my family. Prepare the egg mixture at least 4 hours in advance, cover and chill. All ingredients can be adjusted to suit taste..a tip, if you don't use the complete jar of pimiento, just pop the whole jar into the freezer and save it for the next time. This is also great served on a bed of lettuce leaves with chopped bacon sprinkled on top and all around, for a luncheon or brunch get together, just decorate with tomato wedges all around the plate. This makes 6 sandwiches.

    Recipe #142915

    I got this recipe from Rachael Ray's new TV show. It is so easy and so good. I have made many French Dip's, but this is by far the easiest and tastiest. You won't be disappointed.

    Recipe #187277

    A great buffet style lunch item.

    Recipe #187320

    Nice tangy homemade pickles perk up this sandwich! Great to take on a picnic or even to work! Adapted from Martha Stewart magazine.

    Recipe #187355

    30 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a low good fat version of a grilled cheese seasoned with fresh and dried herbs and garden fresh tomatoes. I used a regular pan but for ease you can use a nonstick pan.

    Recipe #180465

    A very tasty sandwich recipe. My mother learned this from a friend, and it has become a favorite lunch to impress guests with.

    Recipe #102697

    This will also work great with turkey; if you do not have chicken breasts, then use any leftover cooked chicken. If desired you can fill the crescents just with the filling mixture and omit the soup, just brush with butter before baking. They are wonderful just stuffed with the filling! A few members have experienced a soggy bottom, so you might want to consider just drizzling half (or even a little less) of the soup mixture on top and a little around the sides of the crescents, then save the rest of the soup mixture for another time (this will help prevent a soggy bottom). You may use the jumbo crescent rolls and stuff with more chicken mixture :)

    Recipe #78814

    1 Reviews |  By AKsahm

    A healthful and delicious blend of spinach chicken and parmesan that even my 3 yr old LOVES. This is a spin on a recipe my sister gave me which used the mixture on crackers. Our family loves it!

    Recipe #184834

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