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    Sandwiches: Two Slabs of Bread and Some Filling

    [Cover photo by NcMysteryShopper.] Shades of school lunches and picnics. The kind of good old sandwiches stuffed between 2 slices of bread, into a sandwich roll or occasionally into an English muffin or bagel. My other sandwich cookbooks include Sandwiches: Don't Stop Now--We're on a Roll , Sandwiches: Italian , Sandwiches: Melts , Sandwiches: Pita-full Creations , Sandwiches: Sloppy Joes and Sandwiches: Wrapsody .
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    For a rich deli taste, prepare as directed, adding a slice of cheese. Recipe is from Kraft.

    Recipe #304372

    I had this at The Davenport Cash store, which is north of Santa Cruz, CA. While everyone's dish was good, they all wanted bites of mine! Luckily it was easy to duplicate at home. I've used other breads, but I think a quality white sandwich bread best lets the flavor shine through. I've also baked several (at about 400 degrees, til golden browned) and then cut into quarters for appetizers at a brunch.

    Recipe #244128

    1 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This got the Reader's Digest vote ("America's 100 Best", May 2006) for the best stuffed sandwich. The recipe suggests 1/6 lb of cheese but it appears that the Zaar computer doesn't recognize that so it's listed below as 1/4 lb.

    Recipe #167384

    6 Reviews |  By Redsie

    From R. Reisman. Can't wait to try it!

    Recipe #219563

    A fabulous combination of flavors and textures in this easy to make meal.

    Recipe #90208

    The mustard and pickle relish add some tang. If you can let it chill 2 hours or more, the flavors in the salad will blend better. Cooking time is actually recommended minimum chilling time.

    Recipe #131109

    I've heard this is a "midwestern" thing. It's very tasty, handy for using up leftovers or feeding a crowd. Real comfort food.

    Recipe #147110

    This is a healthy breakfast, or whatever meal you like. Really yummy.

    Recipe #203178

    My younger brother and I would always take our potato chips and put them inside our PB&J sandwich. We loved the crunch! And, the saltiness of the chips really off-sets the sweetness of the sandwich. I think we got the idea from an episode of the Cosby Show after seeing Cliff Huxtable line his hoagie with potato chips and wash it all down with grape soda!

    Recipe #169913

    The ultimate Reuben. When I developed this sandwich, the idea was to draw in hungry boaters off the Ohio River and to make them regulars at my deli-restaurant. It worked.

    Recipe #148038

    Fast and easy dish! Goes great served with potato and green bean salad.

    Recipe #180586

    An old standby, you can quickly whip this up for breakfast, lunch or supper.

    Recipe #157130

    2 Reviews |  By Peach

    My Favorite sandwich!!!

    Recipe #19296

    Recipe #173503

    Quintessentially English high tea sandwiches - just how Oscar Wilde's Lady Bracknell would have had them served. Cucumber sandwiches are one of England's most traditional tea sandwiches, thinly sliced cucumber on good buttered bread. The crusts are always removed. I found this recipe on an English website and have posted it for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. The ingredients and directions have made concessions to what is now available - such as seedless cucumbers. A delicious really low fat sandwich!

    Recipe #139691

    Absolutely gorgeous and delicious. I serve this a lot for Sunday lunch and everyone always adores them! Very easy and healthy. From TOH.

    Recipe #163852

    A simple tasty sandwich made in minutes. Use the best tomatoes you can find.

    Recipe #135852

    My mom and I came up with this recipe when I was a teenager. We love it! I especially like the way the honey soaks into the unbuttered portions of the bread and makes it a little chewier.

    Recipe #98369

    29 Reviews |  By KelBel

    From Cooking Light April 2005. A delicious twist on chicken salad.

    Recipe #132645

    Okay, I admit it - I Hate - I mean HATE mayonnaise - but who wants to eat a "dry" tuna sandwich. So I came up with this solution that we now enjoy (My daughter calls it "Tuna toast"). So if you're a mayo hater like me - or ya just want a change - here goes...

    Recipe #158175

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