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I was just sitting here eating a sandwich. My wife tells me that, "Thay are going to kill you one day". You know from high colesterol. Salami, mayo, roast beef, tomato and sharp cheddar on a hoggie roll, bun face toasted with butter garlic and peppers I was curious what is you guys favorite. Do you like Meatball with provalone or white chedder. Or are your more of a Turkey and avacado. You all like Miracle wip or mayo. American cheese or block. What is the TCCOA all about and the sandwich they eat.

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Virginia smoked ham and swiss on rye bread. Mustard, mayo, shredded lettuce, pickles, thin sliced tomatoes and hot peppers. Coffee cabinet to wash it down.

I tend to throw a few extras in there if it happens to be a grinder instead of a sandwich.. :D
 

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a grinder is a New England term for a sub sandwich... west coasters call it a hogie... it's all terminology
 

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1) Pound (uncooked weight) of bacon (after being cooked of course) and some American cheese on a kaiser or white bread
2) Roast Beef, Turkey, Ham, Ranch dressing, cheddar, provolone and garlic powder on a French Roll.

Subs, Hoagies, Grinders, Heros, Po'Boys.. all the same thing.
 

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ShadowDragon said:
1) Pound (uncooked weight) of bacon (after being cooked of course) and some American cheese on a kaiser or white bread


I think I found my new favorite sandwich!
 

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I'll make myself a potroast just so I can put some between two thickly sliced pieces of home made Italian bread.

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An Italian open-faced sandwich: Same thick bread with prosciuto (thin sliced Italian ham) and mozzarella cheeze heated/toasted so the the bread is toasted, and the cheeze is melted. Then cover with olive oil. Mmmmmm....
 

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salami and american cheese with mustard on a sub roll.

i always thought a grinder was the name for a toated sub.

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grinder

n 1: a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States [syn: bomber, hero, hero sandwich, hoagie, hoagy, Cuban sandwich, Italian sandwich, poor boy, sub, submarine, submarine sandwich, torpedo, wedge, zep]
 

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Hehehehehehe.... :D

I get that a lot... any time I travel outside RI.
"Wait wait, stop. What did you just say?"

I can't believe how many terms are specific to Rhode Island alone.. :) I'm actually surprised you didn't ask about the cabinet.. that one gets everyone.
 

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yeah you RI guys really have a bunch of words that are all your own lol

Well, I don't get it often, but:

Hot rotisserie chicken with lettuce, tomato, mayo and provolone on a sesamee seed roll.

Nothing like a rotisserie chicken :)
 

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You guys ever try Boar's Head (brand) meat? It's all I get now.

It's not my favorite, but it's what I eat very often so it's easy to make. Croissant with baby swiss or smoked cheddar, oven-roasted turkey or roast beef, lettuce, tomato, and bacon sometimes. Oh, and mayo.
 

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Prosciuto , extra virgin olive oil and oregano on an italian cibbata (a hard crust bread) with a nice Cabernet
 

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Originally posted by cyntaxx

You guys ever try Boar's Head (brand) meat? It's all I get now.

Not only do they make really good deli meat, but they make some kick-a$$ horseradish mustard !
 
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