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Why have I been living on lettuce and tomato sandwiches for the past 3 days?

by Howie Hart » Wed Aug 02, 2006 8:14 am

Because its been too hot to fry up the bacon! :x Just too hot to cook.
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Re: Why have I been living on lettuce and tomato sandwiches for the past 3 days?

by James Roscoe » Wed Aug 02, 2006 8:37 am

Howie Hart wrote:Because its been too hot to fry up the bacon! :x Just too hot to cook.


And b/c the tomatoes are soooo D**N good!
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Re: Why have I been living on lettuce and tomato sandwiches for the past 3 days?

by wrcstl » Wed Aug 02, 2006 10:53 am

Howie,
I am even more of a minimalist. Toast two pieces of bread, spread on a little mayo, slice one fresh tomatoe, add S&P and there you have it. Has been my lunch for the last 3 days.
Walt
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Re: Why have I been living on lettuce and tomato sandwiches for the past 3 days?

by Karen/NoCA » Wed Aug 02, 2006 1:04 pm

I make a tomato sandwich often, for breakfast. One slice of whole grain bread, spread with Laughing Cow French Onion cheese wedge (low fat) lettuce and thick slices of red and yellow toms. Sometimes as a side with dinner I slice toms, add EVOO and balsamic. I use what is left the next morning for my tomato sandwich. Yum...........just love tomato season!
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Re: Why have I been living on lettuce and tomato sandwiches for the past 3 days?

by Jenise » Wed Aug 02, 2006 3:26 pm

wrcstl wrote:Howie,
I am even more of a minimalist. Toast two pieces of bread, spread on a little mayo, slice one fresh tomatoe, add S&P and there you have it. Has been my lunch for the last 3 days.
Walt


And I'm even more a minimalist than you--hold the mayo.
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