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Subject: Leftover Potato Salad Sandwich
Newsgroups: rec.food.cooking

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From: Dog3 
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 08:50:31 -0000
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Okay, I have some left over potato salad.  I'm going to make a sandwich.  
What bread?  Toasted?

Michael

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From: stan[at]temple.edu
Date: 10 Jun 2004 11:25:19 GMT
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Whatever you want.

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From: Margaret Suran 
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 07:56:40 -0400
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stan@temple wrote:
> Whatever you want.

One of the neighborhood gourmet markets (Agata & Valentine) has a 
great Prosciutto Bread.  Curly Sue loves it and wouldn't come to this 
part of the city, if not for the bread.

It is the only kind of bread I can imagine one can use for a potato 
salad sandwich.  Or, were you kidding?

I knew a couple who loved cold spaghetti sandwiches, one of their 
favorite midnight snacks.  No meatballs, just the pasta and sauce, 
right out of the refrigerator, on packaged white bread.  I never 
accepted their offer to join them.  :o)

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From: Dog3 
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 12:39:05 -0000
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Margaret Suran got pissed off and typed:
> One of the neighborhood gourmet markets (Agata & Valentine) has a 
> great Prosciutto Bread.  Curly Sue loves it and wouldn't come to this 
> part of the city, if not for the bread.
> 
> It is the only kind of bread I can imagine one can use for a potato 
> salad sandwich.  Or, were you kidding?

I wasn't kidding. I using a toasted sourdough which is all I have on hand 
this morning. The Prosciutto bread sounds wonderful. I love spaghetti 
sandwiches but I like the bread to be a bit more substantial than plain 
white bread. 

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From: address.in.sig[at]nyc.rr.com (Curly Sue)
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 13:15:44 GMT
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Margaret Suran wrote:
>One of the neighborhood gourmet markets (Agata & Valentine) has a 
>great Prosciutto Bread.  Curly Sue loves it and wouldn't come to this 
>part of the city, if not for the bread.

Of course!  What else is there?  ;>

Actually, it's a good thing I don't live anywhere near that bread =:-o

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From: mama2eandj[at]aol.comnojunk (Mama2EandJ)
Date: 10 Jun 2004 11:58:27 GMT
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Dog3/Michael wrote:
> Okay, I have some left over potato salad.  I'm going to make a sandwich.  
> What bread?  Toasted?

Thanks, Dog3, you made me smile!  My mother used to make potato sandwiches out
of cold leftover baked potatoes. She's slice them, put slices on some good
bread, season with Durkee's Dressing and pepper, slap some lettuce on and
voila, a good sandwich! Hadn't thought about that for years.

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From: Dog3 
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 12:14:01 -0000
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Mama2EandJ got pissed off and typed:
> Thanks, Dog3, you made me smile!  My mother used to make potato
> sandwiches out of cold leftover baked potatoes. 

There was a discussion started by someone on potato salad sandwiches a few 
days ago.  I have to try it.  I'm making one for my lunch today. It wasn't 
my idea.

Michael

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From: rmi1013934[at]aol.com (Rosie Miller)
Date: 10 Jun 2004 20:28:17 GMT
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Dog3/Michael wrote:
> Okay, I have some left over potato salad.  I'm going to make a sandwich.  
> What bread?  Toasted?

Good rye Bread, toasted, lots of leafy lettuce. 

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From: Terrel 
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 09:17:32 -0400
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Dog3/Michael wrote:
> Okay, I have some left over potato salad.  I'm going to make a sandwich.  
> What bread?  Toasted?

Wow, I haven't had a potato salad sandwich for years. 

Back when I ate potato salad sandwiches, I'd use plain white bread,
untoasted. I'd use really soft bread, and push the top slice down hard
on the potato salad so that the bread was lumpy. It was more fun
eating them that way.

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From: The Ranger 
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 07:12:22 -0700
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Dog3/Michael wrote:
> Okay, I have some left over potato salad.  I'm going to make a sandwich.  
> What bread?  Toasted?

A sweet, lightly toasted, potato bread. (Don't forget the Miracle Whip!)

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From: penmart01[at]aol.como (Sheldon)
Date: 10 Jun 2004 14:31:04 GMT
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Dog3 writes:
>Okay, I have some left over potato salad.  I'm going to make a sandwich.  
>What bread?  

On a buttered "Everything" bagel, with lox... fresh hand sliced... belly lox,
not wimpy nova.

>Toasted?

Yeah, vodka.

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From: Dog3 
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 17:35:40 -0000
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Sheldon got pissed off and typed:
> Yeah, vodka.

I think I may very well do vodka with lox on a bagel with potato salad.  

Michael <- pass me horseradish

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From: penmart01[at]aol.como (Sheldon)
Date: 10 Jun 2004 18:31:08 GMT
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Dog3 writes:
>I think I may very well do vodka with lox on a bagel with potato salad.  

I like how all of a sudden vodka moves into first, with lox and bagel place and
show, and the diva potato salad becomes the caboose.

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From: Dog3 
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2004 02:17:21 -0000
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Sheldon got pissed off and typed:
> I like how all of a sudden vodka moves into first, with lox and bagel
> place and show, and the diva potato salad becomes the caboose.

The tater salad is a left over.  The vodka is fresh ;)

Michael

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From: Dimitri 
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 14:39:17 GMT
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Dog3 wrote:
> Okay, I have some left over potato salad.  I'm going to make a sandwich.
> What bread?  Toasted?

Wonder Bread

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From: barry_grau[at]yahoo.com (Barry Grau)
Date: 10 Jun 2004 14:22:13 -0700
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Dimitri wrote:
> Wonder Bread

I'd suggest pita, lightly toasted (until it puffs up a little) in a
dry skillet. Also, include some sliced radishes.


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