what is your favorite....

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  1. Mr MiGu

    Mr MiGu King of the Zombies

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    type of cheese and cold cut

    currently i am eating some monterey jack with hot peppers in it and some kolbasa(?)

    but i would say my favorites are salami and feta
     
  2. Velouria

    Velouria Member

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    Provolone and honey roasted turkey. On a croissant.
     
  3. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

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    Oh, good question! I would have to say Havarti and Rochefort cheese and Genoa salami.

    However, if I make a salami sandwich I usually pair it up with a mild Provolone instead.
     
  4. dhs

    dhs Senior Member

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    there is no possible way for me to pick my favorite cheese - I love it all, well except for head cheese:p . I guess smoked gouda if I had to have only one. As for sandwich meat - I generally go for turkey, but here again I like just about everything.
     
  5. lace_and_feet

    lace_and_feet Super Member

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    favorite cheese- brie, especially baked brie
    favorite lunch meat- turkey
    oooh smoked cheddar is good though too. right now, some pepperoni with mozzarella is sounding good.
     
  6. interval_illusion

    interval_illusion Deceased

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    um, i like provalone and swiss and many other cheeses


    and since i didnt eat meat for almost two months and now i (regrettaly) started to eat meat again, i dont know what else to say.

    chicken is okay....

    i do love sprouts and shrooms and stuff too. bah.
     
  7. TerminalMadness

    TerminalMadness Member

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    Fav Sandwich topping:
    Turkey
    Honey Glazed Turkey
    American Cheese

    Fav Sandwich condoment:
    Meinez
    honey Mustard

    Fav bread:
    Italian
    Wheat

    Fav Sandwich:
    BLT
    Meatball
    Cooked pork sandwich
    Honey glazed Turkey, cheese, mustard, meinez, and red sweet peppers. Damn, that's good eatin!
     
  8. fitzy21

    fitzy21 Worst RT Mod EVAH!!!!

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    i'll have to go with roast beef. glazed ham is good. turkey is also good. ahh, to many to pick from. i like everything.

    cheese- not really big on cheese. never really ate it as a kid: grandma told me it was nasty so i never had any, except pizza. now, i eat brie with a bagget(sp?) with couple slices of ham. provolon is pretty good. but i dunno that much about cheese.
     
  9. themnax

    themnax Senior Member

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    yup ham, turkey, roast beef, all of em. for cheese good old monteray jack. i don't much care for cheese on any kind of sandwidge though. don't care that much for sandwedges or pizza either. i'll eat em. all eat lots of things. but i actualy like meat in a soup or a salid. cheese by itself or in a vegi main course like stuffed mushrooms or of course lasagnia. i don't care much for chedder or any of its reneted relatives. cheese goes good melted on noodles or on something with a lot of noodles in it. i do like a lot of less common cheeses, just not the orange colored ones or goat cheese either. 'string' mozzeralla is great as an after desert filler and chocklet neufchatelle AS a desert is excellent. 'cottage cheese' is great with a 'sandwidge' meat and tomatoes and a dill pickle. food food food. i definately have preferances but if it don't eat me first i'll probably eat it. preferably in portions smaller then my head.
     
  10. StellaBlue

    StellaBlue Senior Member

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    mmmmmm Provolone with Smoked Peppered Turkey. Goooood stuff. :)
     

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