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Message 1315888 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 5:46:53 UTC - in response to Message 1315887.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

Yeah, like the only things missing were some jalapenos and the proverbial kitchen sink.

I knew a guy that liked jalapeño sandwiches.

My Nephew at one point ate those, He probably still does.
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Message 1315889 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 5:52:19 UTC - in response to Message 1315888.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

Yeah, like the only things missing were some jalapenos and the proverbial kitchen sink.

I knew a guy that liked jalapeño sandwiches.

My Nephew at one point ate those, He probably still does.

Santa Fe in the summer of 78?
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Message 1315891 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 5:59:22 UTC - in response to Message 1315889.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

Yeah, like the only things missing were some jalapenos and the proverbial kitchen sink.

I knew a guy that liked jalapeño sandwiches.

My Nephew at one point ate those, He probably still does.

Santa Fe in the summer of 78?

Nah, He was 6 years old then.
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Message 1315901 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 7:09:23 UTC - in response to Message 1315889.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

Yeah, like the only things missing were some jalapenos and the proverbial kitchen sink.

I knew a guy that liked jalapeño sandwiches.

My Nephew at one point ate those, He probably still does.

Santa Fe in the summer of 78?
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Been there and done that for ten years.

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Message 1315904 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 7:23:28 UTC - in response to Message 1315901.
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[quote][quote]How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

Yeah, like the only things missing were some jalapenos and the proverbial kitchen sink.

I knew a guy that liked jalapeño sandwiches.

My Nephew at one point ate those, He probably still does.

Santa Fe in the summer of 78?
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Been there and done that for ten years. Peppers I love so much while living in NM other than some times heart burn.LOL

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Message 1316054 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 15:35:56 UTC

A favourite of mine is canned sardines on toast. We get some Portuguese canned sardines here with jalapenos in the oil. Very nice on toast.
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Message 1316068 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 15:48:10 UTC - in response to Message 1316054.
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A favourite of mine is canned sardines on toast. We get some Portuguese canned sardines here with jalapenos in the oil. Very nice on toast.


Yes but with creamed horse radish..Really works but zero pb om that one. :)))

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Message 1316207 - Posted: 16 Dec 2012, 20:35:34 UTC - in response to Message 1316068.

A favourite of mine is canned sardines on toast. We get some Portuguese canned sardines here with jalapenos in the oil. Very nice on toast.


Yes but with creamed horse radish..Really works but zero pb om that one. :)))


I love Portuquese sausage, such good flavor.

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Message 1316281 - Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 1:23:45 UTC - in response to Message 1315891.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

Yeah, like the only things missing were some jalapenos and the proverbial kitchen sink.

I knew a guy that liked jalapeño sandwiches.

My Nephew at one point ate those, He probably still does.

Santa Fe in the summer of 78?

Nah, He was 6 years old then.

OK. The guy I was talking about was about 20 years older than that.
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Message 1316300 - Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 2:31:41 UTC - in response to Message 1316281.

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

Yeah, like the only things missing were some jalapenos and the proverbial kitchen sink.

I knew a guy that liked jalapeño sandwiches.

My Nephew at one point ate those, He probably still does.

Santa Fe in the summer of 78?

Nah, He was 6 years old then.

OK. The guy I was talking about was about 20 years older than that.


I like peppers very much and use them all the time mild or hot it doesn't matter. But the ones that are so hot the rip out your mouth I stay away from.

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Message 1316333 - Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 6:46:28 UTC
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Sounds good to me
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Message 1316334 - Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 6:48:43 UTC
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some of the best burgs in NM are covered with them.
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Message 1316498 - Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 19:20:54 UTC

roast beef and mustard
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Message 1316501 - Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 19:22:51 UTC
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This may sound strange, and I thought so too until I tried it.
Peanut Butter and onion slices sandwich.
It is actually quite good.

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Message 1316513 - Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 19:39:53 UTC

Peanut butter with pickles, something I tried before...when I was pregnant...:)
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Message 1316515 - Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 19:46:55 UTC

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Message 1316561 - Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 21:45:41 UTC

America's other gift to food lovers of the world - the Dagwood.


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Message 1316654 - Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 1:29:07 UTC - in response to Message 1316561.

America's other gift to food lovers of the world - the Dagwood.



I would think with that their must be peanut butter it too:))

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Message 1316658 - Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 2:00:47 UTC - in response to Message 1316654.

America's other gift to food lovers of the world - the Dagwood.



I would think with that their must be peanut butter it too:))

They usually have almost everything in them.
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Message 1316687 - Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 4:35:08 UTC - in response to Message 1316513.
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Peanut butter with pickles, something I tried before...when I was pregnant...:)


Julie it's fun to see who many things people come up with on just peanut butter and my wife of long ago did the same thing:))) George Washington Carver came up with 100's useful things from peanuts. :)(Black man living in the deep south that got little respect) and was a smart man.

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