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  1. #16
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    I have a friend who met his wife of many years with a sandwich order, he ordered a BLT



    He got a bologna lettuce tomato sandwich !

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    Smoked turkey breast, plus swiss cheese + a slice of red onion + jalapeņo slices.....on dark rye(mayo, of course).

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    Roast beef, dill pickle slices, mustard, sharp white cheddar, sweet red pepper, onion, olives.

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    Grilled cheese with dill pickles and mayo.
    The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched
    - they must be felt with the heart. Helen Keller



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    B.L.T. with fresh radish sprouts instead of lettuce. I make my own sprouts (counter-top gardening).

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    Good chicken salad or peanut butter and honey. Both on good white bread. Whole wheat for others.

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    grilled balony and cheese

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenbacque View Post
    B.L.T. with fresh radish sprouts instead of lettuce. I make my own sprouts (counter-top gardening).
    I would like to hear more about your sprout farm, maybe a new thread!

    I have grown mung beans in a mason jar under the kitchen sink but I would like to learn more about how to grow and use other kinds of sprouts!

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    I think of them all, LOL!!!

    Lately it's been chicken on a toasted lite English muffin with a dab of mayo.

    I've been trying to stay out of the deli because about the only cold cut I can eat anymore is low fat, low salt, turkey breast at $8.00 - $10.00 dollars a pound, what's the fun in that!!!

    These days I poach a couple of BSCBs in seasoned water for a few minutes and chill them in the refrigerator. I slice the chicken for sandwiches and salads. I toss any odd bits into the freezer for the soup pot.

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    A favorite of mine and Elvis Presley.

    Peanut butter and banana sandwich. Talk about a pick me up with a coffee. Can't beat it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Bea View Post
    I would like to hear more about your sprout farm, maybe a new thread!

    I have grown mung beans in a mason jar under the kitchen sink but I would like to learn more about how to grow and use other kinds of sprouts!
    Me too until they started growing in the plumbing. The mung beans. Never let them escape.

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    My top 3 are BLT, Tuna Salad, and Egg Salad, all on Sourdough or Rye bread.

    The ubiquitous White and Wheat breads are worthless! I haven't eaten a slice of White bread in 65 years!

    HiDesertHal

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    Aunt Bea, go to www.sprouting.com. Company name is Mumm's Sprouting Seeds located in Saskatchewan, Canada. Browse the site. Lots of information. They offer packets of seeds plus any equipment needed to get started but a clean glass jar, (qt. Mason works great), piece of fine netting and a strong rubber band will also work. Both web site and seed packet give instructions for use. Different seeds need different soak times. My favorites are radish (China Rose preferred), broccoli, garlic chives, mustard (brown) and spring salad mix. I use them added to sandwiches, in salads or even just sprouts dressed with a little rice wine vinegar.

    There are U.S. companies that sell sprouting seeds and equipment (even Amazon) but most offered are a mixture and I like the individual varieties for their different flavors. I've only used Mumm's. They're not inexpensive but $50+ ships free.
    Life is an adventure to those with the courage to explore.

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    Tuna Salad with Chives and Bell Peppers. (Wife makes it.)

    That, Egg Salad, and BLT are the front-runners with me.

    'bye,
    HiDesertHal

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    Ham n' Cheese for me also, or Pastrami .. yum.

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