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January 10th, 2021 at 6:29:22 AM permalink
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I had a 10oz Turkey Pastrami sandwich with swiss cheese on Rye. It was a big sandwich but it is the only thing I will eat today. I think the Kroger Turkey Pastrami tastes better than their regular Pastrami.



Jealous. Made a can of chunky New England clam chowder. But add some raw sliced mushrooms and sriracha sauce. Your sandwich looks better.

Are you too cheap to get a proper meal?



I really like soup. It feels like a proper meal to me. I sometimes get Chinese takeout.... I’ll get a quart of hot and sour soup with 4 wontons added. With the noodles it is almost enough for an entire meal.
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January 10th, 2021 at 7:06:57 AM permalink
My wife is on a low carb diet again. She wants to go to Chipolte because they have a no carb rice. I haven't been to Chipolte in about 20 years but I am excited about it. I rarely have fast food except for a breakfast sandwich.
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January 10th, 2021 at 12:16:17 PM permalink
I just had three eggs and sourdough toast along with coffee. Late breakfast because I woke up at 3:30 am but was able to get back to sleep a couple hours later. So I finally got up about 9 o’clock.
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January 10th, 2021 at 12:30:06 PM permalink
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The only pudding we have here
is sold by a serial rapist.



His earliest release date from a prison in Phoenix is September 25, 2121 (but sentence was 3-10 years, so he may not get out until 2028).




September 25, 2121 would make him 186 years old. He should be harmless by then!



Oops. I meant 2021.
billryan
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January 10th, 2021 at 12:51:00 PM permalink
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I had a 10oz Turkey Pastrami sandwich with swiss cheese on Rye. It was a big sandwich but it is the only thing I will eat today. I think the Kroger Turkey Pastrami tastes better than their regular Pastrami.



Much too much meat for my taste and you appear to be missing the spicey mustard. I'm not sure what the proper ratio of meat to bread is, but that far exceeds it.
I do agree turkey pastrami is superior to regular.
DRich
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January 10th, 2021 at 2:37:48 PM permalink
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I had a 10oz Turkey Pastrami sandwich with swiss cheese on Rye. It was a big sandwich but it is the only thing I will eat today. I think the Kroger Turkey Pastrami tastes better than their regular Pastrami.



Much too much meat for my taste and you appear to be missing the spicey mustard. I'm not sure what the proper ratio of meat to bread is, but that far exceeds it.
I do agree turkey pastrami is superior to regular.



For me that was just about the perfect ratio. I don't use condiments on any food. Just meat, cheese, and bread for me.
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January 10th, 2021 at 3:42:32 PM permalink
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I had a 10oz Turkey Pastrami sandwich with swiss cheese on Rye. It was a big sandwich but it is the only thing I will eat today. I think the Kroger Turkey Pastrami tastes better than their regular Pastrami.



Much too much meat for my taste and you appear to be missing the spicey mustard. I'm not sure what the proper ratio of meat to bread is, but that far exceeds it.
I do agree turkey pastrami is superior to regular.


Actually that looks like the normal amount for a typical NY deli. I've seen them go to ridiculous extremes, especially with pastrami+corned beef combos:
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January 10th, 2021 at 3:54:45 PM permalink
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I would ask for two extra pieces of bread with that one and make two nice sandwiches.
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January 10th, 2021 at 4:03:20 PM permalink
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I had a 10oz Turkey Pastrami sandwich with swiss cheese on Rye. It was a big sandwich but it is the only thing I will eat today. I think the Kroger Turkey Pastrami tastes better than their regular Pastrami.



Much too much meat for my taste and you appear to be missing the spicey mustard. I'm not sure what the proper ratio of meat to bread is, but that far exceeds it.
I do agree turkey pastrami is superior to regular.


Actually that looks like the normal amount for a typical NY deli. I've seen them go to ridiculous extremes, especially with pastrami+corned beef combos:



Those are photo ops for tourists. They are not typical for a NY Deli. Of literally thousands of delis in NY, there are a handful that make sandwiches like that and as far as I know they are all in tourists areas of Manhattan. Even there, most people order half sandwiches.
I'm a huge guy and have a very hearty appetite and will order a sandwich and two or three rolls and then grab a doggie bag for the leftovers.
At home, I can get three sandwiches out of a pound of roast beast.
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January 10th, 2021 at 6:17:42 PM permalink
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I had a 10oz Turkey Pastrami sandwich with swiss cheese on Rye. It was a big sandwich but it is the only thing I will eat today. I think the Kroger Turkey Pastrami tastes better than their regular Pastrami.



Much too much meat for my taste and you appear to be missing the spicey mustard. I'm not sure what the proper ratio of meat to bread is, but that far exceeds it.
I do agree turkey pastrami is superior to regular.


Actually that looks like the normal amount for a typical NY deli. I've seen them go to ridiculous extremes, especially with pastrami+corned beef combos:





I can get three sandwiches out of a pound of roast beast.



Never had roast beast before. Sounds interesting.

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