Sandflee

Most underrated and versatile sandwich

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4 mins ago, Rocky_Point_Charlie said:

 

Overrated: The Reuben

Not if you've had one at Kelly's Tavern in Neptune.

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I recently bought 6 cans of Progresso tomato soup to go with grilled cheese through February.

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Just now, MaCe1 said:

Not if you've had one at Kelly's Tavern in Neptune.

LOL! Are we going to talk about that? Agam?

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9 mins ago, Mike said:

I recently bought 6 cans of Progresso tomato soup to go with grilled cheese through February.

Hell yeah, perfect for dunking Tomato basil soup the progresso creamy one is good too

 

i posted a tomato soup recipe here and have even done it with canned tomatoes, damn good even pretentious Jase agreed 

only thing is i fish out the cloves before emulsion blending and add a bit of behave cream

 

now during the growing season I cut tomato’s and freeze them for making this soup

 

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/39544/garden-fresh-tomato-soup/

 

 

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3 mins ago, R.R. Bridge Fisher said:

Grilled peanut butter and jelly with banana 

Yes minus the banana although I never tried it.

 

call me nuts but crispy bacon on white bread with just spicy brown mustard 

 

 

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Grilled cheese can be super simple or complex and you can fancy it up 100 different ways 

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Deli roll

Pastrami

melted Swiss

cole slaw

Mustard 

 

 

Done 

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27 mins ago, Rocky_Point_Charlie said:

Underrated: Genoa and provolone.

 

Overrated: The Reuben

Agree on the reuben but your first statement makes me wanna go back to not liking you

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