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RIDEANDSLIDEFOOD

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ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Thu, 07/6/06 9:40 AM (permalink)
Hello All

Must say i have become addicted to an old sandwich i remember eating as a kid. White bread, Esskay BBQ Loaf, Miricle Whip and last, coverd with the crunchest potato chips you can find.Dive into it befor the chips get soggy.

Soooo Good Jim
 
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    shortchef

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    • Location: Nokomis, FL
    RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Thu, 07/6/06 10:57 AM (permalink)
    Yep, with kettle-cooked chips since they hold up so well, and maybe a little sweet relish mixed in with the Miracle Whip. And here in my neck of the woods they consider me a gourmet cook. Don't ask, don't tell...
     
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      Jennifer_4

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      • Location: Fresno, CA
      RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Thu, 07/6/06 11:10 AM (permalink)
      What, is BBQ loaf?
       
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        PapaJoe8

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        • Location: Dallas... DFW area
        RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Thu, 07/6/06 11:11 AM (permalink)
        Now to find that BBQ loaf.

        One if my grandzillas will not eat a sandwitch without Nacho Cheese Doritoes.
        Joe
         
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          tiggs

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          • Location: Philadelphia, PA
          RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Thu, 07/6/06 12:22 PM (permalink)
           
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            RIDEANDSLIDEFOOD

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            RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Thu, 07/6/06 1:57 PM (permalink)
            Hello

            Around here Annapolis/Baltimore area almost all supermarket stores carry
            it. It's made by Esskay lunch meat which i believe is made in Baltimore.

            Good Luck Jim
             
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              corabeth

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              • Location: Seattle, WA
              RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Sun, 07/9/06 1:01 PM (permalink)
              My favorite childhood sandwich and still a favorite is:

              Grill, boil, broil, microwave a hotdog, split down the center and fold apart,cut a slice of bread in two,put catsup(as a kid the only catsup we had was my grandma's homemade, yummy, the best!) on one side and mayo or miracle whip(I like either).

              I still love these hotdog sandwiches
               
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                weenie

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                • Location: chicago, IL
                RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Sun, 07/9/06 2:19 PM (permalink)
                our version is a tad simpler...very soft white bread, a little mayo (preferably Blue Plate) and chips with ridges (for the extra texture). do not cut. press until the chips are imbedded in the bread...and the mayo acts as the "glue". such a treat.
                 
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                  roossy90

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                  RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Mon, 07/17/06 2:34 PM (permalink)
                  quote:
                  Originally posted by tiggs

                  Searching for BBQ Loaf I found this:

                  http://www.saskschools.ca/curr_content/AELifeSkills/Images/CO-OPPictures/100DC2405/DCP_2020.jpg


                  Gawd... an all in one meal.....
                   
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                    Scorereader

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                    • Location: Crofton, MD
                    RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Mon, 07/17/06 3:55 PM (permalink)
                    quote:
                    Originally posted by tiggs

                    Searching for BBQ Loaf I found this:

                    http://www.saskschools.ca/curr_content/AELifeSkills/Images/CO-OPPictures/100DC2405/DCP_2020.jpg


                    My Mom used to make an olive loaf sandwich, and the meat looked remarkably similar to that.

                    Wouldn't eat that now, but a P and J sandwich, toasted, is still a comfort food for me today.



                     
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                      AndreaB

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                      • Location: Versailles, KY
                      RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Tue, 07/18/06 10:30 AM (permalink)
                      I used to (as a child) eat a spaghetti sandwich which was leftover cold spaghetti on white bread. I also liked benedictine sandwiches and potato chip sandwiches.
                      Today, I stick with a BLT on toasted wheat or a good sub.


                      Andrea
                       
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                        Pwingsx

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                        RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Tue, 07/18/06 2:33 PM (permalink)
                        Do they still make pickle and pimento loaf? Kind of nasty, but I loved it as a kid.

                        And sandwich spread, in the tube. Some kind of pink mush with pickle pieces. Is that still out there?
                         
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                          roossy90

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                          RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Tue, 07/18/06 6:09 PM (permalink)
                          quote:
                          Originally posted by Pwingsx

                          Do they still make pickle and pimento loaf? Kind of nasty, but I loved it as a kid.

                          And sandwich spread, in the tube. Some kind of pink mush with pickle pieces. Is that still out there?

                          Yes to both....
                           
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                            Pwingsx

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                            RE: ADDICTED TO CHILDHOOD SAND Wed, 07/19/06 12:29 PM (permalink)
                            Gotta get me some of both. Mmmm mmmmm.
                             
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