As I sit here today, having just finished the frozen garbage that I could scrounge up this morning before leaving the house, I am thinking to myself, what is my absolute favorite sandwhich in the world?

I am a big fan of almost anything being laid on two pieces of bread, whether it be Peanut Butter and Jelly on White Bread, or Pastrami on Rye. but I would have say that my all time absolute favorite is a really good Reuben. There is just something about the flavor of Corned Beef, Sauerkraut, Swiss Cheese, and Dressing on Rye Bread that just works for me. I can't stand any one of these things on their own, but put them together on a plate with a pickle and chips and I am in Sandwhich Heaven.

So what is your favorite Sandwhich? And sorry if this inspires any unnecessary trips to the Kitchen.

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I once had a roasted chicken breast sandwich with roasted peppers, mixed greens, and a balsamic dressing on freshly baked focaccia that was so good I considered throwing it up just so I could eat it again.

It was that good.
I don't think that I have ever considered throwing up a sandwhich to eat it again, but if it was that good, I might just have to.
Call me Elvis baby cuz I love me a peanutbutter and banana sandwich. without being fried though. Tried that once, I think I lost roughly twenty years off my life expectancy.
I don't know frying the beanut butter and banana sandwhich is a specialty in my household. It gets to the point that I can't walk into the kitchen without the kids wanting me to fry one up.
I'll second the Reuben
Roast Beef, Cheddar Cheese, Horseradish, & Onion on Swedish Rye ,,,,
One of my all time favorites is turkey with a small helping of carmberry sauce. It is also very good if you want to use the rest of your turkey up after christmas.
My wifes family was glad that I showed up, the four of them would get the biggest turkey they could find and not even eat an eighth of it. That first Thanksgiving, they all sat there in amazement as I polished off my 5th plate. As time has done a number on my metabolism, I struggle to get through a plate and a half anymore. Thankfully my boys have now picked up the torch and making short work Tom Turkey sitting on the table.
I love many many sandwiches...

oddly, one I remember from my childhood - is braunschweiger with pickle slices and brown mustard on on rye bread.

It's a simple sandwich... and I suppose, to call it my favorite sandwich is a little off. But it's one I keep coming back to.
I understand. That is comfort food. I know that whenever I am feeling very down, I go and eat a fried bologna sandwhich on white bread. It is an absolutely awful sandwhich most of the time but it is something that my mother would feed us when we were children. Gotta love comfort food.
I too am a fan of egg salad. My favorite way to eat it is on a toasted hotdog bun.
How about a nice MLT: a mutton, lettuce and tomato sandwich, where the mutton is nice and lean and the tomato is ripe. They're so perky, I love that.


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