Macs and Sandwiches

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  1. Durandal7 macrumors 68040

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    Make a sandwich with sliced viriginia ham and Sriracha Chili Sauce . Vietmaneese hot sauce is very good on ham sandwiches.
     
  2. scem0 macrumors 604

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    I just ate a turkey sandwich!

    Sandwiches are very good.

    In fact, I think there should be a national sandwich day. Sandwiches don't get the recognition they deserve, being a major source of food of many americans.

    Plus, they are soooo good.

    I mean, what beats a good ol' P&J?

    Well, I guess Ramen does.... and a whole bunch of other foods. But never-the-less a P&J is damn good.

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  3. Flowbee macrumors 68030

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    I'm eating a tuna sandwich right now. Macs and sandwiches... the perfect combination!
     
  4. tazo macrumors 68040

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    Re: Macs and Sandwiches

    Ahhhh, me love Sriracha. I use it on everything. Soup <asian varieties>, any asian food, spaghetti, hmmmm......
     
  5. scem0 macrumors 604

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    <trys to think how he could incorperate Ramen noodles into a sandwich...>
     
  6. wdlove macrumors P6

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    Scem0 you could make the Ramen Noodles in to a salad mixture sandwich, awe that's sooo good!
     
  7. Flowbee macrumors 68030

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    Re: Re: Macs and Sandwiches

    Yes, sriracha is an excellent addition to pasta sauce. It's also my 'secret' chili ingredient. But my favorite is biscuits & gravy topped with a drizzle of sriracha. Spicy goodness!

    EDIT... Biscuits & gravy: A traditional breakfast dish originated in the American South. Made with buttermilk biscuits topped with a white, pork-sausage gravy.
     
  8. scem0 macrumors 604

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    Ramen + Salad == Bad [​IMG]

    I don't think it is possible to incorperate ramen into a sandwich unfortunately... :(

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  9. shadowfax macrumors 603

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    odd, i was just watching a PBS show about sandwiches and the like all over america. personally, i like those classic italian subs at Quizno's... darn good toasted bread! just had one tonight, in fact.
     
  10. scem0 macrumors 604

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    bah, subway is better. Sandwiches are meant to be eaten cold. A hamburger is the only exception.

    There is no beating a white large turkey sub from Thundercloud, and then heading across the 'stream ;)' to Amy's to get some of the best Ice cream ever.

    Please tell me you've eaten at Thunderclouds Shadow. If you haven't then you don't deserve to be called an austinite. :eek: ;). Same goes for Amy's.

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  11. shadowfax macrumors 603

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    i have been to amy's--great. thundercloud's is borderline disgusting up here on 183, a sanitation nightmare. screw that.

    and damn your bigoted "sandwiches are meant to be eaten cold." i love toasty bread and melted cheese. it's great. and no, i never have liked subway.

    but hey, there's no accounting for taste, so they say. just don't go around thinking that cold subs are the true subs. or that thundercloud's is some kind of super austin experience. that place is deplorable IMO.
     
  12. evil macrumors 6502

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    Re: Re: Re: Macs and Sandwiches

    i love biscuits and gravy...unfortunately i cant seem to find them anywhere around here.
     
  13. scem0 macrumors 604

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    bah, and you think of yourself as an Austinite..... Despicable :mad: ;) :D.

    I just can't understand why quizno's would be better than subway. Subways is refreshing, Quizno's is heavy and..... overly-filling.

    There is only one bad thing about Thundercloud - that horrific theme song.... :rolleyes:

    I'm sure you know what I'm talking about.... ;)

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  14. shadowfax macrumors 603

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    i don't actually think of myself as an austinite. i think of myself as a new mexican... by far a better state overall, and Los Alamos kicks austin's @$$ for style and smarts. that's where i want to live when i graduate... up in the Jemez mountains (that's pronounced HAY-mess for you dumb Texans out there ;))...

    anyways, i don't think a Quizno's Classic Italian is really any heavier than an Italian BMT at Subway... it's mostly the same stuff, same meats and such, and it's just run through a toaster. toasters don't add weight to sandwiches or change them from healthy to unhealthy. also, i don't eat out for healthy food very often. if i want healthy food, i eat fruit at home. plus my mom is a damn good cook, and my dad's on the atkin's diet, so i get plenty of that stuff.
     
  15. scem0 macrumors 604

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    Well, I wouldn't call any sub shop 'healthy'.

    New Mexico > Austin?!!?! :eek:

    New Mexico is good for one thing - skiing.

    You really are going to pack up and leave the Music Capitol of the world, a center of arts, a center of technology, the coolest city in the US (well, maybe not but it's pretty damn cool) for New Mexico?

    :eek:... Whatever floats your boat new mexican Quizno's boy. ;)

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  16. shadowfax macrumors 603

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    subway seems to think they offer a light, healthy meal, and i just don't care; it doesn't appeal to me. as for new mexico, it is also a centerof much higher tech than anything in austin. black box, granted, but Los Alamos attracts some of the most intelligent scientists on the planet. it's a very neat little town on a scenic mesa. and santa fe, not too far south of los alamos, has a beautiful array of mexican culture and some very classy other culture. there's an opera house north of town that is breathtaking. but let's not stretch too far OT ;)
     
  17. jelloshotsrule macrumors G3

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    have yet to find a sub shop in which i can replace lunch meats with soy/wheat gluten products for my sandwich.

    until then, they all are poo.


    subway is good.

    but to imply that no hot subs are good is dumb.
     
  18. solvs macrumors 603

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    Make a sandwich (grilled cheese would be good in this instance). Make noodles. Dip said sandwich in said noodles. Warning, only works with certain combos. Other combos may induce... well, this -
     

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  19. solvs macrumors 603

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    Agreed, some sandwiches are meant to be eaten hot.
     
  20. shadowfax macrumors 603

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    yeah, that's kind of like eating cheese-covered french bread with spaghetti. my family has that combo quite often...
     
  21. tazo macrumors 68040

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    ....not to mention uber-expensive. they are on avaerage 2-3 dollars more after everything then subway. and its not like its better food either :p :eek:
     
  22. shadowfax macrumors 603

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    say what? quizno's charged me 5.30 for what is at least an 8 inch sub. i don't recall what the price for an italian BMT is at subway, but it's just 6 inches and not any less than $4. you can't actually get a sub of the same size there, and the 12 inch, i assure you, is about 6$ or more. really, the average price increase is going to be around $1-1.75. and the food is definitely better, in my opinion. the toasting makes it worth it for me :)
     
  23. MacAztec macrumors 68040

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    HOMEMADE SANDWICHES

    These are my favorite sandwiches to make at home:

    Tuna Melt: 1 can of albacore tuna, 1.5 Tablespoons of Mayo. 1 Tablespoon pickle relish, and chopped onions. Mix together.

    Then, toast 1 piece of bread. When its done, spread Grey Poupon lightly on one side. Stack on the tuna, then put one piece of american cheese on it. Back in the oven/toaster oven, and let it melt. YUM!

    Club: Roastbeef/Turkey/Ham. Pick 2. requires 3 pieces of bread. I dont like toasted for this. On one piece, but Mayo on one side, and mustard on the other. If you like extra mayo/mustard, but it on one side of each slice of bread. Then, pretend you are making two sandwiches, only the piece of bread with mayo/mustard on each side will be the top for both. Stack it all up...yum.

    As for that chili sauce, its SOOO GOOD. I eat it with chicken, and YOU MUST DO THIS. Go get some LoMein Noodles (Chow-Mein) at wherever. Put that chili sauce on them, and mix it. It is sooooo good.

    I eat 2 sandwiches a day usually. Both at lunchtime. I like SubWay the most out of any place.
     
  24. shadowfax macrumors 603

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    Re: HOMEMADE SANDWICHES

    nothing but the chili sauce and the noodles?
     
  25. tazo macrumors 68040

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    Re: Re: HOMEMADE SANDWICHES

    umm yeah :p

    I make white rice and just add sriracha and soy sauce. a 5minute tasty snack.

    I also make 30 mintue fried rice. yummmy..
     

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