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Delicious! We made it into more of a veggie sandwich by added some sauteed zucchini and sliced onion, and dipped it in balsamic vinegar (or could also drizzle it over the tomatoes). We also didn't have alot of the feta cheese, so we crumbled it over the tomato and loved the taste blend. Didn't have crusty bread, so we grilled both sides of two hot dog buns (soft potato bread type buns local to PA Dutch Country where we live), and the end result was reminiscent of Isaac's pretzel bread sandwiches--yum!

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riversanctuary July 18, 2006

This was the best sandwich I've had in a long time. I used 3.5oz feta for 1 sandwich, which I found to be perfect. I will be making this often!

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mommymakeit4u January 31, 2012

Yumm, so easy, tastes like a $12 sandwich at a bistro. Goes well in a george foreman grill or pannini grill also! I crumbled feta which takes a little longer to melt but is just as good.

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moe13a July 16, 2010

I added some spinach to this and used mayo instead of olive oil on the inside of the sandwiches. The verdict? Best. Sandwich. Ever! Thanks so much!

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SAHS June 08, 2010

This is sooo yummy! I make it for myself on the go a few times every week. I'm addicted. So easy and so flavorful! I use crumbled feta instead of the block...I liked it better that way for some reason. Thanks for the amazing and easy recipe!

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dusty1249 November 14, 2009

I had BLTs on the menu the other day and soon realized we were out of mayonnaise and I didn't have time to make any. In response, I added black pepper bacon strips to these sandwiches and fresh basil, too! Pan grilled the sandwiches on French bread and served with chilled potato salad and fresh local berries! Thanks for posting! cg

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COOKGIRl July 18, 2009

WOW! We loved this Evelyn. Such flavor, this is my new favorite sandwich. I didnt have crusty bread, I used Ezekiel and I was out of oregano so I used dried rosemary (put rosemary in coffee ginder to make a fine powder) sprinkled it all over tomatoes, cheese and in the olive oil that was spread on the bread. FLAVORS WERE SUPER! Thank you very much, a recipe for life.

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Doelee June 23, 2009

Proves that simplicity is king. As I lack a grill I used a griddle and ciabatta bread, unfortunately it was too thick to really heat up the filling. Still delicious cold!

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cydon February 17, 2009

What a lovely simple lunch, I did mine in my sandwich press and used infused olive oil spray to moisten the bread. Was lovely with the oregano but I think I may use basil next time. Thanks EV!

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**Mandy** October 15, 2008

Awesome! Who knew such a short list of ingredients could make such an amazing sandwich? I used rye bread (it's all we had) and followed the rest of the recipe exactly. Just before serving, I thought the sandwiches looked a bit drier than we prefer, so I splashed a little Greek vinaigrette on them. Delicious! My husband didn't even notice this was meat-free. Thank you!

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VenomousKate October 28, 2007
Grilled Feta and Tomato Sandwich