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jrc1963 posted 10/9/2013 21:02 PM

On your sandwiches do you use:

1) Mayonaise

2) Miracle Whip

3) Mustard

4) something else

h0peless posted 10/9/2013 21:04 PM


HFSSC posted 10/9/2013 21:05 PM

Usually mayo and mustard.

Miracle whip is an abomination.

BrokenRoad posted 10/9/2013 21:06 PM

4) for hamburgs: ketchup plus mayo
for chicken: pesto

LosferWords posted 10/9/2013 21:12 PM

For most sandwiches: mayo and mustard.

For leftover turkey sandwiches after Thanksgiving: butter.

Deeply Scared posted 10/9/2013 21:14 PM

I make the best sandwiches ever known to mankind

And I cannot disclose my secrets because when I get my food truck I'll be the hit of the town!

ThoughtIKnewYa posted 10/9/2013 21:20 PM

Wow. I have a feeling you're going to be sorry you asked!

I have a lot of "rules" for sandwiches:

1) Mayo on the side with tomatoes or bacon (sometimes chicken or turkey, if there's no bacon or tomatoes.)

2) Mustard with ham, unless there is a need to apply rule #1.

3) Never, EVER mayo touching ketchup. (<<<pet peeve)

4) Mustard, ketchup, and pickle on the bottom bun of a burger.

5) Never Miracle Whip.

So, if I'm having an old fashioned burger with lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, mustard, ketchup, and mayo, from the top down, it looks like this:
Salt & Pepper

So, the order of ingredients in a sandwich is something that I'm OCD about and something that I take a lot of crap about, but I think it has a tremendous impact on the overall flavor.

ETA: Never mayo touching cheese, unless it's Swiss or provolone.
I'm sure I have a thousand rules, but I can't think of them all right now.

[This message edited by ThoughtIKnewYa at 9:26 PM, October 9th (Wednesday)]

SerJR posted 10/9/2013 21:20 PM

when I get my food truck I'll be the hit of the town!

I kinda figured your truck would scare the shit out of the town...

ThoughtIKnewYa posted 10/9/2013 21:27 PM

And I cannot disclose my secrets because when I get my food truck I'll be the hit of the town!
We share the same dream.

Amazonia posted 10/9/2013 21:33 PM

Honey mustard (I make my own using whole grain mustard and local honey) if I'm watching my weight; jack daniels' bbq if I'm feeling naughty.

inconnu posted 10/9/2013 21:35 PM

It all depends on the sandwich, and the sandwich maker, but I don't even have miracle whip in the house.

When DS21 makes sandwiches, he tends to make some sort of mayo-based, seasoned spread. It's usually very tasty, so I try to get him to make the sandwiches.

If it's me making my own sandwich, usually I'll use mustard, but sometimes add mayo. When I make an Italian sub kind of sandwich, I'll use Italian dressing or oil and vinegar, too.

For my Thanksgiving leftover turkey sandwiches, I toast the bread so it gets some butter. Then I also spread cranberry sauce on the bread.

cluless posted 10/9/2013 21:37 PM

Mayo for most;
occasionally mustard
NEVER miracle whip

I think my favorite is Italian dressing drizzled over the whole thing... yum!

Deeply Scared posted 10/9/2013 21:39 PM

SerJr....that made me laugh out loud!!!!!!

TIKY...we'll park across the street from eachother and have contests

LosferWords posted 10/9/2013 21:42 PM

This thread is making me HUNGRY!!!!

nowiknow23 posted 10/9/2013 21:43 PM

Depends on the sandwich and that day's mood, but never EVER Miracle Whip.

For post-Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches? Cranberry horseradish. Nummers.

ThoughtIKnewYa posted 10/9/2013 21:47 PM

Cranberry horseradish
Whaaaaaaaa??? I have NEVER heard of that, but I'm intrigued! I'm going to have to have that!

gonnabe2016 posted 10/9/2013 21:53 PM

Why do you want to ruin a perfectly good sandwich with a bunch of gooey crap?

NO condiments for me, thanks....

ThoughtIKnewYa posted 10/9/2013 21:55 PM

One of my favorite condiments I ever made for a sandwich was actually a spread.

(It's a sad story, actually, so I haven't made it again, but I will. Waywardson's co-manager's W had cervical cancer (at age 27). We knew how sick she was, so I had time to plan what I would send to the family.)

I made a Schlotzky's-style bread and topped it with turkey, swiss, and a tangerine-rosemary cream cheese spread. That was awesome!

[This message edited by ThoughtIKnewYa at 9:58 PM, October 9th (Wednesday)]

nowiknow23 posted 10/9/2013 21:58 PM

Whaaaaaaaa??? I have NEVER heard of that, but I'm intrigued! I'm going to have to have that!
You'll thank me later.

Jrazz posted 10/9/2013 22:08 PM

Central Grocery's Muffaletta mix. Your sandwich will kill it.

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