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This didn't taste too different from a regular turkey sandwich, though the butter does make it slightly different.

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Maito December 31, 2012

This was always a favorite or ours the day after Thanksgiving or later that day. We added everything but the kitchen sink to ours. Leftover dressing and cranberry sauce went on with the turkey. We skipped the lettuce (why diet now) lol. Thanks for reminding me of this yummy sandwich.

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cooking-BAG October 26, 2007

Wow, this was wonderful! So I slipped off my diet for a minute and had this, turkey and lettuce are healthy, right? :) It was so worth it! Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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Shellbelle October 25, 2007

This made a nice quick tea sandwich. Tasted pretty good too. Thanks hcdspot74. Bullwinkle

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bullwinkle July 21, 2007

We have this every year on Boxing Day with the left-over turkey. I LOVE this sandwich - especially when the bread is thickly buttered and the turkey is seasoned with a ton of salt and pepper. Also tastes lovely on multi-grain bread, or with chicken instead of turkey if you're having a general Sunday roast.

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Wendy-Bob July 15, 2007

Mmmmmmm...really soft white bread...real butter...choice pieces of turkey, just slightly warmed...thin layer of iceberg lettuce. Late at night after everyone else is in bed. Ahhhhhh. So simple, so comforting. This is just how I do it too!

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Chef PotPie July 14, 2007
Turkey, Butter and Lettuce Sandwich