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    ISO Sandwich Bar Ideas

    I need to feed 20 people this weekend for lunch. People will be coming and going at different times, so it needs to be something that can keep. It's still too hot to do soup here, so I was thinking about some kind of a sandwich bar. Besides setting out cold cuts and cheeses, what else can I do?

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    Apr 2002
    San Francisco
    Do you mean for the sandwiches themselves, or as sides?

    For the sandwich bar, I would include roasted red pepper spread, pesto or pesto-mayo, bacon, avocado. Roast chicken is easy and tasty.
    Happiness is not a goal, it is a byproduct. - Eleanor Roosevelt

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    This sounds like a fun idea!

    This is a fun list of sandwich ideas that should help you:

    Here are some other thoughts:

    Thinly sliced veggies (cukes, red peppers, tomatoes)
    Grilled chicken breasts
    Flavored cream cheese or other spreads
    "Fancy" peanut butter and jelly and bananas
    Egg salad
    Olive tapenade

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    Besides the varieties of breads

    buns, etc. You may want to make a few pre-made sandwiches like a Muffeletta or pre-made sandwiches that you can slice and put out a few pices at a time besides the regualr Cold cuts.

    That's Trump

    This layered sandwich is known for its tangy olive salad filling. A great idea for hikers, bikers or sandwich likers!

    10" round Italian loaf

    1/2 cup pimiento-stuffed green olives
    1/2 cup pitted black olives (NOT the canned kind!)
    6 1/2 oz. (184 ml) jar marinated artichokes, drained
    1 garlic clove, minced
    1 Tbsp. minced jalapeno pepper (seeds removed)
    1/3 cup parsley, minced
    1/4 cup olive oil

    1/2 lb. (250 g) grilled chicken or salami, thinly sliced
    1/2 lb. (250 g) provolone, mozzarella or swiss cheese, thinly sliced

    Chop or process filling ingredients to a spreadable consistency. Cut loaf in half horizontally and remove enough of the bread to leave a 1/2" shell. Spread bottom shell with half the filling, layer meat and cheese slices then top with remaining filling. Press top of loaf on sandwich and wrap tightly in plastic wrap. Place something heavy (like a dictionary!) on top to compress the sandwich; chill for several hours. (If you're doing your homework, or a crossword, you'll just have to contend with a cool word book). Cut in wedges with a serrated knife....after you remove the dictionary!. Serves 8-10
    Best Of Bridge That's Trump
    How about some wraps as well, or salad sandwiches brough out a few at a time.
    I think you could throw in a few salads if your weather is warmer , just make sure they don't sit out in the heat too long.

    Remember words have no flavour, you have to add your own!
    Michael Smith

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