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  • The ultimate sandwich (pictorial recipe)

    IMHO the Reuben sandwich is one of the greatest achievements of the United States, like Levis jeans and Coca Cola. Even though it uses Polish sour kraut as one of the principal ingredients I have never encountered it in my native Poland.

    http://etherwork.net/ejmtph/recipes/...es/reuben.html

    Last edited by MonsterZero; 15 Aug 07, 01:07.

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    Originally posted by MonsterZero View Post
    IMHO the Reuben sandwich is one of the greatest achievements of the United States, like Levis jeans and Coca Cola. Even though it uses Polish sour kraut as one of the principal ingredients I have never encountered it in my native Poland.

    http://etherwork.net/ejmtph/recipes/...es/reuben.html

    MMMMMmmm mmmmmmmmmm

    Rubens are goooooooooddddddd.

    I like them with spicey brown mustard instead of Thousand Island dressing as I don't do mayo.
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    • #3
      This do look good, I wonder what it's the Chief opinion on this? Have you ever had one of those Big Chief?
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      • #4
        Mmmmmmmmm you guys just made me hungry
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        • #5
          Originally posted by MonsterZero View Post
          IMHO the Reuben sandwich is one of the greatest achievements of the United States, like Levis jeans and Coca Cola. Even though it uses Polish sour kraut as one of the principal ingredients I have never encountered it in my native Poland.

          http://etherwork.net/ejmtph/recipes/...es/reuben.html

          I love Reuben Sandwiches. I enjoyed them growing up in NYC, and when we relocated here to CA it was practically unheard of. I still haven't found anyone here yet serving the original version with Russian dressing.
          Last edited by Salinator; 15 Aug 07, 04:48.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by dhuffjr View Post
            MMMMMmmm mmmmmmmmmm

            Rubens are goooooooooddddddd.

            I like them with spicey brown mustard instead of Thousand Island dressing as I don't do mayo.
            Try it the classic way with Russian dressing instead of Thousand Island. There is a version using turkey and coleslaw, but you probably won't like it because of the mayonaise. One version that you might like and I think it goes well with spicy mustard is the "Rachel". It uses pastrami instead.
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            • #7
              Never had one, but I think I would gladly eat it.

              My normal fav, is bacon sandwich. Involves about 3 slices of bacon, and toast with margarine. I usually like to have 2 sandwiches.

              I'm fond of cold cut sandwiches. Usually requires bread (I normally eat 60% whole wheat) mustard and at least two types of cold cuts. I will eat damn near anything out of a deli counter, but usually end up with some version of ham, chicken, or turkey. I like summer sausage, salami, kolbasa too.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by salinator View Post
                Try it the classic way with Russian dressing instead of Thousand Island. There is a version using turkey and coleslaw, but you probably won't like it because of the mayonaise. One version that you might like and I think it goes well with spicy mustard is the "Rachel". It uses pastrami instead.
                Make mine stacked high with corned beef and with a big garlic dill pickle alongside
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                • #9
                  I love Reubens , but without sauerkraut . The guys at the deli always look at me like I'm crazy when I say without.
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                    Add a big old garlic dill and some sea salt kettle-cooked chips...heaven on earth, baby!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by dgfred View Post
                      I love Reubens , but without sauerkraut . The guys at the deli always look at me like I'm crazy when I say without.
                      A Reuben without sauerkraut or coleslaw is nothing but a grilled corned beef sandwich with swiss cheese.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by salinator View Post
                        A Reuben without sauerkraut or coleslaw is nothing but a grilled corned beef sandwich with swiss cheese.

                        Sorry , my German half has fussed with my French half over that for quite
                        awhile . I'd probably like it now that I'm an old man.
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                        • #13
                          Here is a very good article over the controversy of the sandwich's origin. It is a good read.

                          http://rowlandweb.com/reuben/history.asp
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