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Great Home Made Sandwich

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  1. PatO

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    At Why Not Deli, buy two Hungarian sausages, two French rolls, some Gouda cheese, and mustard if you don't have any, and treat yourself to a takeout wine of your choice.
    At home, slice the sausages the long way, you then have 4 sausages, then grill both sides well done. Slice the French bread the long way then cut both in half. You now have four 4 inch rolls, a perfect fit for the 4 sausages. Place the sausages on the 4 rolls and put 4 slices of Gouda cheese on each roll. I add mustard and relish but you an add onions or whatever rings your taste. I can only eat one of the four, same for the wife.
    Spicy and good.
     
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    Did you happen to make note of the cost of the ingredients?
     
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    Not sure because I bought a bottle of wine and some slices of ham, but the bread and sausages are affordable.
     
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    Sounds delicious! Valencia bakery has a nice light rye bread to make some grilled sandwiches, i did ham and swiss cheese, deli mustard. Tasty too
     
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    If you cut them into 8 pieces you can have two to eat, but im no chef
     
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    Where do i buy western style ham? i have looked in many places with no luck.
     
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    Have a look on the farmers market section of the forum,there are a couple of places there!
    Or Kev the butcher in sibulan has some excellent ham also.
     
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    If we had ham,we could make sandwiches,but we have no bread
     
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    Baguette - Pastrami - Mature Cheddar - Onion Chutney - Lays Crisps :thumbsup:
     
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    For the Dumaguete guys Belcris foods was selling Silva brand linguica and if I recall some hot link sausages. I haven't been in there in several months so not sure if they still have them. Either one BBQed with mustard and onions on a french roll is pretty good, especially topped off with a cold beer.
     
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