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    The Great Sandwich Cookbook

    This is the great sandwich cookbook we love sandwiches especially with soup on a cold day!

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    I saw this on Emeril Live and it looked so good I decided I had to try it. Since I live alone, I'll have to wait for my next big BBQ to try it out.

    Recipe #22763

    From Canadian Living Magazine. This makes a beautiful and delicious Reuben stuffed rye bread loaf. It is very impressive for company.

    Recipe #147670

    Recipe #345534

    Recipe #360043

    Source: Betty Crocker

    Recipe #360208

    Most people think that this is a Jewish sandwich, but it was actually created by Reuben Kay of Omaha, Nebraska. I know that many people use Thousand Island Dressing, but I prefer my own Russian Dressing. Try it and you will like it! Also, you can omit the cole slaw if you wish, but I like that too.

    Recipe #78988

    Ok ... everyone is familiar with reubens ... and southerners know the grouper reuben which is very good. Well for some, grouper is very expensive and sometimes not always available. So here is my twist. This is a great double decker sandwich, still grilled with all the traditional flavors and a little twist. This sandwich is so big it is great as a main course or just cut in half and served with a side of soup. A creamy potato soup or any favorite would make this dinner.

    Recipe #385337

    This recipe is from The Sacramento Bee. I use Recipe #359226 for the Russian Dressing. We love it. Hope you do too.

    Recipe #359324

    1 Reviews |  By keen5

    I love Reubens and this one is really good! To make a Rachel sandwich, substitute thinly sliced turkey for the corned beef.

    Recipe #73199

    From a Pilsubury email . Looks good.

    Recipe #360031

    2 Reviews |  By Fauve

    A unique change of pace for those who love Reuben sandwiches.

    Recipe #108399

    I made this with left over corned beef and it was delicious. This makes 2 huge sandwiches as written and I could only eat a half even though it was so good. Please judge your appetite and adjust accordingly!

    Recipe #291316

    1 Reviews |  By CJAY

    This is from Chef Madonna L. Berry. Many of the fabulous Inns located in New England feature classic dishes. One of those quintessential dishes is the Reuben Sandwich. Try this variation.

    Recipe #373785

    A countrified Farm Version Of A Reuben

    Recipe #87248

    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

    This is how we make our Reuben sandwiches at our house. They're hearty, messy, usually require the aid of a knife and fork, and are absolutely delicious! We think it's because we make our own dressing... you can call it Thousand Island or French, whathaveyou. All we know is that we gladly lick it off our fingers when it dribbles. :) It's also a Pantry Challenge recipe, made with items we already had at home.

    Recipe #107927

    3 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    This is an awesome reuben that uses a unique cole slaw rather than saurkraut. This is a wonderful taste sensation for Reuben lovers. We think you will be as amazed as we were. We tagged Recipe #260415 in the 'Make it Healthier' game and did just that. We revised it to an 'open-faced' sandwich and brought down the calories from 837, the fat from 50.5, and the carbs down from 52g. Thanks Chef #382123 for such a great perk to an old favorite.

    Recipe #278406

    The cream cheese in this classic recipe makes it a masterpiece!

    Recipe #258885


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