The Wilda-wich

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Fieldthistle
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2006/04/06 07:23:12 (permalink)

The Wilda-wich

Hello All,
Where I work there is a wonderful, wise, loving woman named Wilda Knight, and she makes the best sandwich I've eaten. And I call it..
The Wilda-Wich. She layers it down, starting with the meats, the cheese, then the veggies. How big you make it is up to you. It is housed in a bagel.
Bagel coated by Miracle whip
Shaved deli ham-a good amount
Slice of Pastrami
Slice of Sweet Lebanon Bologna
Slice or slices (your choice) of Colby,
Monterey Jack or Swiss Cheese
Large Slice of Tomato, salted and peppered
Sweet Purple onion (Bermunda?, she said purple)
Lettuce
Red Wine oil and vinegar Dressing over
the whole thing (before putting the bagel on top)
You can eat cold or warm lightly.
It is a great taste.
Try it, and let me know what you think.
Take Care,
Fieldthistle


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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/06 08:04:04 (permalink)
    I have to tell you, you lost me when you said bagel, but then you added Miracle Whip, and that really did it. So, from the get-go it sounds to me like a horror story, not anything edible.
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    Fieldthistle
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/06 08:09:46 (permalink)
    Hello All,
    Michael, I do not like bagels, and you can sub mayo for miracle whip, but for some reason
    there is magic in the Wilda-wich.
    Take Care,
    Fieldthistle
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/06 08:22:39 (permalink)
    Sounds like a great combination to me. Sorta like a high tech Dagwood on steroids.

    Fieldthistle, if you can, email me a sandwich.

    Paul E. Smith
    Knoxville, TN
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    seafarer john
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/06 18:29:32 (permalink)
    How the Hell do you eat it? Fingers, fork and knife, shovel????

    Cheers, John
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    Jennifer_4
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/06 19:10:52 (permalink)
    sounds awesome, just as it is... never poo poo something til you try it, I always say..
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/06 20:10:58 (permalink)
    Dearfolk,
    What I wanna know is - where do you find bagels that big, and what type/flavor do you use? (I wouldn't recommend cinnamon/raisin for this voyage, captain.)
    Pareve For The Course, Ort. Carlton in Athens, Georgia, which possesses one Rabbi.
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    Jimeats
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/06 20:20:24 (permalink)
    Miracal whip? I'm with every one else on this. I didn't think anybody used this item. But I might try the rest of it. Chow Jim
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    CCJPO
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/07 01:41:05 (permalink)
    The Wilda-Wich sounds great, I think I may have made something like this after a late night of imbibing, however I have to agree with the majority and skip the Miracle Whip, and go right for the Hellmans aka Best.
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/07 02:35:05 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Ort. Carlton.

    Dearfolk,
    What I wanna know is - where do you find bagels that big, and what type/flavor do you use? (I wouldn't recommend cinnamon/raisin for this voyage, captain.)
    Pareve For The Course, Ort. Carlton in Athens, Georgia, which possesses one Rabbi.


    why no cinnamon raisin? I use blueberry bagels for my tuna sandwiches...
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    Ort. Carlton.
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/08 17:49:52 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Jennifer_4
    quote:
    Originally posted by Ort. Carlton.
    why no cinnamon raisin? I use blueberry bagels for my tuna sandwiches...


    Jennifer4,
    Hey, I won't knock that... I like cole slaw on my BBQ sandwiches, ever since I tried it some years ago someplace in North Carolina.
    An old friend of mine reports that his late father loved Heinz chili sauce on grilled cheese sandwiches: it was his favorite food. (That isn't what killed him, though.)
    Top(p)i(ng)cally, Ort. Carlton in Lovely 30601-land.
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    tarragon
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/08 19:03:46 (permalink)
    Just wanted to add to this thread that Thomases, the english muffin baker, now makes this bread called Bagelbread; it's square and really is like a bagel, but it's sandwich sized and only has a very small hole in it. They're already sliced; a loaf comes with 6 pairs, and I've so far seen three flavors: plain, whole wheat and everything. I've tried all and prefer the whole wheat myself although the everything are good too. I will share that the sandwiches I've made with it have all been great tasting, and that's both on toasted and untoasted (I think I prefer toasting the bread first, but that's just a personal preference).
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    steedoww3
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/10 00:57:47 (permalink)
    My mom just bought a few packs of the "bagel bread" and it is really good. Making sandwiches on them is great...I also prefer the whole weat also
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    roossy90
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/10 15:19:06 (permalink)
    Sounds good to me, and keep the miracle whip!
    Onion, garlic, or sun-dried tomato bagels sound like a winner for this "Wildawich"..
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/10 15:45:37 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    I have to tell you, you lost me when you said bagel, but then you added Miracle Whip, and that really did it. So, from the get-go it sounds to me like a horror story, not anything edible.


    I rarely eat mayo and don't think I've tried Miracle Whip. Is it really that bad?
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    roossy90
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/10 15:50:27 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Tastytoo

    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    I have to tell you, you lost me when you said bagel, but then you added Miracle Whip, and that really did it. So, from the get-go it sounds to me like a horror story, not anything edible.


    I rarely eat mayo and don't think I've tried Miracle Whip. Is it really that bad?

    Try it and see. I LOVE IT!
    It is kinda sweet flavored.
    Many stores sell their own brand and label it "Salad Dressing" but it is not in the normal realm of what we perceive salad dressing to be...
    I prefer MW brand, but Winn Dixie makes one that is decent.
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/10 15:52:59 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Tastytoo

    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    I have to tell you, you lost me when you said bagel, but then you added Miracle Whip, and that really did it. So, from the get-go it sounds to me like a horror story, not anything edible.


    I rarely eat mayo and don't think I've tried Miracle Whip. Is it really that bad?


    Some folks like mayo and some like Miracle Whip or something similar. Personally I like both and use them almost interchangeably. I believe it is a matter of personal taste.

    It has been debated on this forum perhaps many times.

    Paul E. Smith
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    Dipstick
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/10 16:28:56 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Parses6

    sounds good too me...just ditch the miracle whip please


    Instead, use half a cup of Del Monte ketchup, and half a cup Heinz ketchup.......
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    roossy90
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    RE: The Wilda-wich 2006/04/10 17:44:50 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Dipstick

    quote:
    Originally posted by Parses6

    sounds good too me...just ditch the miracle whip please


    Instead, use half a cup of Del Monte ketchup, and half a cup Heinz ketchup.......


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