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What kind of sandwich is this?



http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2wm2ag2&s=6And what kind of bread is that?


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TigerWise
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re: What kind of sandwich is this?


Fat free ?





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Cajunate
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re: What kind of sandwich is this?


An invisable one?


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Darla Hood
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Looks like Cajun turkey, mozz, basil and tomato. Turkey caprese?

ETA: Are those sweet red pepper in addition to the tomato? And it does look like sourdough.



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Cajunate
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re: What kind of sandwich is this?


Looks like a panini you'd get in California. Maybe a sourdough bread.





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RhodeIslandRed
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Looks to me like something the French would eat.





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Darla Hood
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I find this thread less than satisfactory. No detail on why the question is asked, no confirmation, NO PRIZE if I'm right?!





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re: What kind of sandwich is this?


Ding!

We have a winner!

Maybe could have added Panini grilled, but that's just me being R2Rish...



Oh - your prize is another notch in your pistolette



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Mike da Tigah
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What kind of sandwich is this?


From the looks of it, especially that sourdough, a pretty tasty one.






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CITWTT
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re: What kind of sandwich is this?


A caprese aka BMT(basil,tomato,mozzerela) on foccacia after a panini press.





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Gris Gris
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re: What kind of sandwich is this?


Looks like ciabatta, red onion, tomato, turkey, mozz cheese, basil and roasted red bell pepper,to me.





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looks tasty to me





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CITWTT
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re: What kind of sandwich is this?


The aeration holes in the bread don't evoke ciabatta at all.





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Darla Hood
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I am disappointed in myself that I didn't spot that red onion. I put red onion in/on almost everything I can.





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quote:

Looks like foccacia, red onion, tomato, turkey, mozz cheese, basil and roasted red bell pepper,to me.







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Gris Gris
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re: What kind of sandwich is this?


I've had ciabatta that looks just like that. Might not have been the "right" way, but I've certainly had it. It's either that or focaccia.

Darla, I can find an onion! I love them. My addiction is green onions, though.






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