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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by withm View Post
    Than a fresh homegrown thick sliced tomato sandwich on good bread with nothing but mayo, salt and pepper?
    HA! Told you we are kindred spirits!! YUMM
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  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muirenn View Post
    How about fresh tomato with fresh mozzarella and fresh spinach leaves?
    Oh my, this sounds wonderful! The old fashioned tomato sandwich with nuttin' but mayo is a comfort food from childhood, for sure. What about with fresh mozzarella and fresh basil?

    I love hummus. Especially MY hummus...but I am with Zen that it doesn't belong even close to my tomato sandwich.

    I've a friend who loves PB, tomato and mayo sandwiches... now that just doesn't sound good but like she says, don't knock it till you try it

  3. #33
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    I like cheese instead of mayo with mine. A nice cheddar, especially if you add it to a BLT is a good sub, or you can forgo the bacon and use smoked cheddar...

    Guess I have to go shopping today.
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  4. #34
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    One of my favorite soups is an adaptation of a Brazilian dish, which likely has roots in African cuisine. The 'broth' doesn't actually involve broth at all. It's tomatoes (the juice out of a can of them), beer, and ground peanuts. I've never put them in because it's too much work to grind them up.
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