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Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/6/2015 14:24:25


QueefBalls
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Hey brothers and sisters.

Some people say "It's five o'clock somewhere" to justify an ice cold morning beer. I say "It's lunch time somewhere" to justify the fact that it's 9 a.m. and I'm already thinking about what I want for lunch.

That being said, I just wanted to see what everyone's thoughts are on sandwiches. So give me your top 3 sandwiches and why you love them so much. Here are mine:

3. Turkey Gobbler
An American classic. Usually only sold around thanksgiving, this combines everything about the biggest meal of the year into one sandwich: turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and cranberry sauce. If you're feeling saucy, you can always add gravy or dip it in gravy. Easily the best way to get rid of leftovers.

2. Reuben
Whether it's corned beef or pastrami that tickles your fancy, the combination of salty meat, thousand island dressing, and sauerkraut is sure to fill you up and leave you satisfied. Best served with a fresh pickle on the side. Almost unbeatable.

1. Steak Bomb
Steak and cheese can't be beat, right? WRONG. Add some peppers, onions and mushrooms, and you've got a nice crunchy texture to go along with the savory flavor. Plus, those three things are vegetables, which makes this sandwich healthy. Bonus points if it comes with liquid cheese. Personally, I also like to add pickles and hot sauce when I can.

PS, how do you guys refer to a long sandwich? Personally I call it a sub, but I know depending on region, some people call it a hoagie, grinder, hero, etc.

Edited 3/6/2015 14:24:56
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/6/2015 14:42:46


RA 
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Turd Sandwich
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/6/2015 15:05:28


Pooncrew 
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1. Chicken Parm Grinder
2. French Dip
3. Thanksgiving Sub
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/6/2015 19:37:55


QueefBalls
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So wait, do you call it a grinder or a sub?
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/6/2015 19:43:20


Mussolini
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You can't go wrong with a big Italian sub. I love a good sandwich!
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/6/2015 20:21:46


Fateless
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Bacon, spinach and avocado sandwich. Add lettuce, olives, red onions, some olive oil. . . . perfection.
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 02:04:26


Pooncrew 
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Too many vegetables I'm more of a meat man myself
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 02:08:13


QueefBalls
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Between I gotta say that one sounds good minus the olives. Not an olive man. At my last job there was a place that made a turkey avocado BLT. It was incredible
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 02:51:31


Benjamin628 
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Turkey - Bacon - Tomato - Lettuce - Guacamole - Whole-Wheat/Flat-bread - Olive Oil = Perfection

Edited 3/7/2015 02:51:53
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 03:30:35


Thomas 633
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Gourmet sandwich

Rye bread
Pesto hommus
Rare roast beef
Marinated Persian fetta
Capsicum
Fancy lettuce

Better ingredients=better sandwich

also...

goes great with creaming soda
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 03:40:50


Genghis 
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I am not one for gourmet sandwich. I just like bread and ham or a good Peanut Butter.
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 04:05:23


Fateless
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Tuna does some pretty cool stuff too: whole wheat bread + tuna, green peppers and red onions; toast it and add lettuce, olive oil and honey mustard; add parmesan cheese and oregano.
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 05:32:31


Major General Smedley Butler
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Damn..... these sandwiches would make a communist scream in rage
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 07:57:45


Thomas 633
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lol

*stalin runs after me and between being and ego with murderous rage on his face*
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 14:45:13


QueefBalls
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Thomas yours sounds good except for the feta. That shit tastes the same as if I licked my grandpa's feet (he's been dead for 10 years). I'd replace it with fresh mozzarella.

Between, I'm with you on tuna with olive oil. 1,000,000 times better than the kind packaged in water. I usually put it on wheat with onions, pickles, jalapeno, tomato, lettuce. Also not really a big honey mustard guy.
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 14:55:58


Mussolini
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How does everyone feel about bagels? I love a good Asiago Bagel with cream cheese. They're very flexible too- a toasted bagel can often replace the bread on a normal sandwich!
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 15:12:46


QueefBalls
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Trexmix, you ever try a salt bagel? It's like eating your sandwich on a pretzel. Delicious
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 15:32:19


shyb
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1. PBJ - with strawberry preserves, duh

2. grilled cheese - swiss or cheddar, NEVER american

3. just salami on bread.

im kind of like genghis, as long as the ingredients are good, simple is better.

now for some blasphemy: i prefer miracle whip over mayonnaise
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 15:47:42


Hera (EW)
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Marmite and cheese best EVER
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 19:44:17


CONQUISTADORS 
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Southwest Roast Beef-
Quality sliced roast beef, roasted jalapeno cream cheese, lettuce, tomato, mustard, mayo, toasted whole wheat bread
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 22:21:19


Thomas 633
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not related really, but the best tuna is chunky (so it feels like fish, not mushed up erasers) in brine
Sandwich Power Rankings: 3/7/2015 22:27:15


QueefBalls
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@shyb My perfect grilled cheese also has tomato on it. Usually I use pepper jack, but there's a dairy farm in Vermont that makes habanero cheese, so I use that if I can get my hands on it.
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