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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    probably not then. do you remember when you were a kid that was the best tasting thing ever! i grew up with fried egg sandwiches everyday for lunch, because that was the only American thing my mom knew how to make. That and we were damn poor.lol Can't even look at a egg sandwich without ......... never mind.
    Don't knock egg sandwiches on sportfishing boats I would have a grilled cheese sandwichs with mayonnaise and an egg in the middle. Still what I get on them. In regards to baguette sandwiches better move back to Westminster they are on every corner that doesn't have pho soup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Yup. We've had a lot of variations of the pizza theme over the years. It's always good. I used tortillas (and we did roll 'em up because they don't hold up like pita/english muffins, etc.) just to minimize the amount of bread. I thought these would give a nice ratio.
    I get the ratio thing. And in regards to versions I like Gino's east in the watertower district of Chicago. For California I like Garlic Jo's shrimp mayonnaise pizza damn it's good.

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    Haha. Thanks! Welcome to the forum.

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