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  1. Pine Street Club Sandwich
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  3. Bloomfield Ave. Submarine Sandwich
  4. Verona Hero Sandwich
  5. The Cameco "Butcher Man" Ham and Cheese Sandwich

A club sandwich, also called a clubhouse sandwich, is a type of sandwich which originated in the USA. It consists of:

• 3 slices of bread, often toasted
• 2 slices of Ham
• 2 slices of Turkey Breast
• 3 slices of crispy bacon
• mayonnaise spread over bread

Add ripe tomato and lettuce.

A Monte Cristo sandwich consists of:

• 2 slices of Ham
• 2 slices of Turkey
• 2 slices of Swiss cheese

All between two slices of bread, soaked in egg-based batter and grilled or deep-fried to a brown, delicious and tender meal that will melt in your mouth.

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A submarine sandwich ( or just submarine) is any of various sandwiches made on a long roll split lengthwise, especially those including Ham and Turkey Breast, lettuce, tomato, and various condiments, sauces or salad. Use more than normal ingredients/condiments. This sandwich is at its best when it is a "little" messy.

Different regions of the US have local variations on the idea:

Bomb – New England, usually used for hot sandwiches with melted cheese (for example, a cheesesteak is sometimes called a "Steak Bomb"
• Bomber – New Jersey
• Grinder – New England
• Hero – New York, Northern New Jersey and Eastern United States
• Hoagie – Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Southern New Jersey, Eastern United States
• Poor boy or "Po' boy" – Louisiana
• Spuckie – Boston, Massachusetts
• Torpedo – New Jersey
• Wedge – New Jersey, Westchester and Rockkland Counties in New York
• Zep – New Jersey
• In the Midwest, they are generally known as subs, though hoagies and grinders are occasionally heard, particularly in reference to hot sandwiches
• In the Northwest, the term Sub or Sub Sandwich is most commonly heard

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A hero sandwich, also known as an Italian sub or Italian submarine sandwich, is said to have originated in New York in the late 19th century.

Our hero has stacks of Ham, Turkey Breast and provolone cheese on a small or half loaf of crusty Italian bread with roasted peppers, vinegar, olive oil and lettuce. Like the Sub Sandwich, "pile" it on to get the full benefit of the old world flavor. Other popular meat choices include prosciutto, pepperoni, capicola, mortadella and salami.

The Ham and Cheese Sandwich is a common, simple to make type of sandwich and yet most feel it is the most delicious. It is made by taking 2 slices of bread, spreading mayonnaise, butter or mustard (optional) on them, putting 2 slices of cheese on one, 2 slices of cooked ham on the other, then putting them together. The bread is sometimes toasted and sometimes vegetable such as a leaf of lettuce or tomato slices are included. Melted cheese puts this sandwich in a class all to itself.

Typical styles of cheese used in this sandwich are american, cheddar (yellow or white), swiss or other medium-firm cheeses.


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