Picnic Roast Beef and Pepper-Jack Sandwich

"A man-pleasing picnic sandwich not much more complicated than the title."
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  • You know what to do; the sandwich will taste best if you pack everything separately to transport to the picnic site.

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  1. VA3212
    Nice combination of flavors - I used mini kaiser rolls and for toppings; lettuce, tomato, red onion, and mayo. DH liked this a lot. I will make mine on a hearty 12-grain wheat next time. Great for a tailgate with the toppings on the side.
  2. puppitypup
    Made this for hubby today and he loved it! I used dijon mustard rather than mayo per his preference. Will definitely be making this again, thanks for posting! Please see my rating system as I rate tougher than most.
  3. Annie H
    This was a great sandwich. I followed the recipe except for omitting tomato, and dunked it in ajous. Thanks for a tastey, easy summer sandwich.
  4. ncmysteryshopper
    Simple Ingredients - Wonderful Taste! This sandwich was really good. I used Italian Crusty Bread and added a spinach & lettuce blend. I made it the night before and wrapped it in plastic wrap...it was not soggy at all at lunch time the next day. Great make-ahead lunch!


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