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Rhino208

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Feb 3rd, 2018 10:18 PM        

So how do you like them? <br /> <br /> What four Meats?<br /> What Cheese? <br /> <br /> And What toppings?<br /> <br /> I just started making my own for lunch and they are delicious!<br /> Having some cold cuts for the SuperBowl. So many choices with all the combinations. Different breads. They are awesome. <br /> <br />



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Feb 3rd, 2018 11:30 PM        

Dang, I should have known not to look at this thread. Now I have to go raid the ice-box!



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Feb 4th, 2018 12:10 AM        

My fridge usually has some teewurst, liverwurst, goose pate, or hard salami in it. Brie, camembert or blue cheese are my favs in the cheese department. <br /> <br /> I met my wife in Germany while stationed there. Delicatesen-style cold-cuts and great cheeses are inexpensive and are just everyday food over there. It seemed like there was a "Metzgerei" (butcher shop) on every block. Germans often eat these foods for breakfast along with eggs. <br /> <br /> They also go great with beer! Enjoy!<br /> <br />



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Feb 4th, 2018 01:08 AM        

There are almost none I don't like. While I prefer the Italian cured ham products (prosciutto, gabagool, mortadella, dry salami, etc), I'm good with roast beef, pastrami, chicken, ham, etc. I like provolone, swiss, and soft ripened cheeses like Brie and Camembert. Also a big fan of Gorgonzola but save that for the Italian cured meats along with roasted red peppers. Oh, and if we include the French, I love me some pate de fois gras.



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Feb 4th, 2018 07:42 AM        

Like Chris, I prefer the Italian meats (see thread from about a week ago).<br /> <br /> Honestly, I'm pretty much lunch-meated out.<br /> A lot of times at work the "meeting people" order lunch from Panera or a local deli, and we (the underlings) get to vulture the remains. <br /> Don't get me wrong - I like free food as much as the next guy. But I'm getting tired of lunch meat & subs.



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Feb 4th, 2018 08:12 AM        

Sandwich-Ham, Pastrami or Corned Beef on rye, Swiss cheese.<br /> <br /> No bread-Hard Salami or Pepperoni with Sharp Cheddar or Irish (Shannon or Dubliner) cheese.



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Feb 4th, 2018 08:41 AM        

“There are almost none I don't like. While I prefer the Italian cured ham products (prosciutto, gabagool, mortadella, dry salami, etc)”<br /> <br /> Technically, mortadella and salami are sausages, not ham.<br /> <br /> Take those 4, provolone, fresh mozzarella, roasted peppers and oil and vinegar, throw it on some nice Italian bread, and yum.



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Feb 4th, 2018 10:39 AM        

Damn, I see a trip to Jersey Mikes today.



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Feb 4th, 2018 12:06 PM        

Other than a bit of fish once in a while, I don't eat meat any more. But in my day I sure did like spicy pepperonis and salamis. The hotter the better.<br /> <br /> For cheese? Gotta lead off with big ol' piece of limburger. I love blue cheeses, but I don't know how well they work with spicy sausages. So, maybe a sharp, sharp cheddar. A brie or a camembert is good for a bit of variety. Since I'lll be washing this down with a nice dry red, I guess I'll add in a blue after all.<br /> <br /> And crusty white bread. Lots of it. <br />



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Feb 4th, 2018 12:31 PM        

Costco has a great deal where you get two packages for less than $10. Each package has prosciutto, capocollo, dry salami with black pepper and without. I like it with gruyere and grey poupon on rye.



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Feb 4th, 2018 05:43 PM        

There is a universal name for cold cuts which has not left me since I first heard it around 50 years ago. I do not eat cold cuts, or at least what I consider to be American style cold cuts. <br /> <br /> I do not consider Italian Prosciutto, sliced roast beef, sliced chicken or turkey, ham, dry salami, etc to be "cold cuts"..<br /> <br />



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Feb 4th, 2018 06:02 PM        

Cold cuts just means it is served cold.<br /> <br /> Talked my son into buying me a turkey club from jersey mikes. Yum... only I want more



Rhino208

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Feb 4th, 2018 06:56 PM        

Lol. K4. You said you wanted one.



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Feb 4th, 2018 07:13 PM        

Yea, the deal I made was if he brought me a sandwich I'd watch the rest of the game with him.



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Feb 4th, 2018 07:32 PM        

“Yea, the deal I made was if he brought me a sandwich I'd watch the rest of the game with him.”<br /> <br /> Win-win.



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Feb 4th, 2018 08:41 PM        

Yes, cold cuts is any meat cut thin and served cold. Anything from bologna to prosciutto is cold cuts in my book. This also includes sausages and loafs like head cheese.



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Feb 4th, 2018 08:47 PM        

On our many trips back and forth from Lubbock to our new home in Denison, we stop at a store in the very small town of Benjamin, Tx. They have a little store that will make you a great homemade sandwich. Even though it is a cold cut, I like the fried bologna sammich. I like cold cuts.



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Feb 4th, 2018 09:05 PM        

“Yes, cold cuts is any meat cut thin and served cold. Anything from bologna to prosciutto is cold cuts in my book. This also includes sausages and loafs like head cheese. ”<br /> <br /> If they slice it at the deli counter, it’s cold cuts. All of the above, including the cheeses, are included.



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Feb 5th, 2018 09:56 AM        

My experience with "cold cuts" predated any visit to a "deli".



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Feb 7th, 2018 01:42 PM        

There was a "Lunch Meat", cold cut we would buy back in Cleveland called Spiced Ham. It was a round chub then sliced to order and the stuff was fantastic. Many stores sold it from many different suppliers.<br /> <br /> Then it was gone. It just fell out of favor I guess and disappeared. It was my all time favorite.<br /> <br /> I got turned on to Taylor Pork Roll by some east coasters a few years back. Fry that stuff and serve it on a toasted English muffin. Good stuff.<br /> <br /> If anybody has a source for spiced ham I'd like to know about it. I'd have a whole chub shipped to me and buy a slicer to manage it locally.<br /> <br />



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