Salami Sandwich..What type??

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2008/03/27 12:49:35 (permalink)

Salami Sandwich..What type??

You want a great salami sandwich. What type of salami is your preference? I'd want a high quality Genoa salami! Of course there's hard salami and so many others...which would you choose??
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    Rusty246
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 12:55:51 (permalink)
    I like the Cotto for it's black peppercorns.
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 12:56:00 (permalink)
    Whatever goes well with peanut butter and fries well.
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 12:56:10 (permalink)
    Hard, sliced thin. The other is good too. Sometimes hot. mmmmm...so unhealthy.
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 12:58:53 (permalink)
    Good point..I think all salami should be sliced thin...genoa doesn't work for me either if it's too thick.
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 13:01:59 (permalink)
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 13:20:27 (permalink)
    salami is much better just eaten out of hand, don't you think? I tried a new twist- found a salami made with red wine ( at Central Market) and sliced it thin and added a smoky cheese, put it on crackers- YUM! But I find that salami just doesn't work well for me, at least, on bread....usually slips and slides and you wind up with no bread and lots of fill or vice versa. And I really hate that!
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 13:21:11 (permalink)
    Fried
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 13:26:01 (permalink)
    I've always loved the chunk logs of Hebrew National salami that are in most supermarkets, usually in the hot dog section. It goes great on both crackers and in a sandwich.
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 15:48:22 (permalink)
    Imported genoa,soppressata,hungarian salami-anything thing that is not mass produced at our local meat factories(Klements or Patrick Cudahy)
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 15:54:32 (permalink)
    quote:
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    Fried


    I don't know if you were joking, but I love it this way. I convince myself that it is even healthier as some of the oils cook out.
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 17:44:52 (permalink)
    another vote for Hebrew National Salami! sliced thick on seeded rye with jewish-style deli mustard...or pan-fried with scrambled eggs, yum...
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 18:04:48 (permalink)
    I grew up with Oberto Italian Dry Salami chubs, we always had one in the fridge. We can't get those here, now we love Columbus sliced dry salami.
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 22:39:08 (permalink)
    Every time I go to the Russian deli, I get some bear salami. It is not my favorite salami, but where else can I get Bear in Maryland?
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/27 22:48:52 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Robearjr

    Every time I go to the Russian deli, I get some bear salami. It is not my favorite salami, but where else can I get Bear in Maryland?

    Well, you could always hunt one. There is a bear hunting season in Maryland.
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/28 07:42:46 (permalink)
    Hard salami piled on a toasted onion bagel with cream cheese on it, then nuked for about 30 seconds until the salami gets a bit cooked.................Yum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/28 08:22:51 (permalink)
    I grew up on Gallo brand hard salami sandwiches...on white bread with mayo and a tall glass of milk...YUM!
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/28 08:44:50 (permalink)
    Hard Salami, Rye Bread, Butter, and Mustard....Russ
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/28 08:54:52 (permalink)
    For soft salami I like the Hebrew National on rye with mustard and for the hard salami I prefer sopresotta on Italian bread with olive oil and chopped peppers.
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/28 09:03:51 (permalink)
    Luv Pepperoni
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/28 13:23:07 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Jennifer_4

    I grew up on Gallo brand hard salami sandwiches...on white bread with mayo and a tall glass of milk...YUM!

    Now just add a little ketchup and it'd be perfect!!

    I'm not sure who makes them but I like the "gourmet" salamis I see in the grocery store. The cross-sectional diameter is less than the lunchmeat/deli varieties but they're tasty; some are made with red wine, others are coated white black or green pepper...unfortunately they're a bit expensive at $5 or $6 for a package that comes in around 6 ounces or so.

    Brad
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    RE: Salami Sandwich..What type?? 2008/03/28 16:49:52 (permalink)
    Thin sliced Genoa
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