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    Re: Favorite Cold Cuts

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    Re: Favorite Cold Cuts

    No favorite cold cut, I have several, for several different things. I love hot capi, prosciutto, pastrami. Pastrami with eggs and Swiss on a fresh, warm croissant....perfection.

    My wife, at Easter, makes quiche kinda thing, but with prosciutto cubes, pepperoni, hot capi, salami chunks...and mozzarella, and oh goodness, it's tasty. Bad for you. But tasty.
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    Re: Favorite Cold Cuts

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    Re: Favorite Cold Cuts

    Volpi Salami is a favorite of mine. But I'd put that as one of many on an antipasti

    As an easy sandwich though get a good hard salami, mini-baguette spread some yellow mustard and fold as many slices as you can fit.

    Try Turkey Pastrami, with a little mustard, onion, lettuce, and hot giardiniera (a slice or two of swiss if you can afford it)
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    Re: Favorite Cold Cuts

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    I have a weakness for delis, and there are times I get a craving to make my own sandwiches so I usually buy the cold cuts by the slice and bring them home to make a sandwich.

    My current favorites are turkey ham or pastrami, with some dijon or hot mustard, mayo, lettuce and tomato on whole wheat- I dont buy cheese a lot because its pretty expensive over here. I like pepperoni too, but I prefer to eat them plain, without the bread. Could anyone recommend other types?

    I love pastrami. Can't get it here. But I prefer it hot.

    If you are in Germany, you will find totally different kinds of Cold cuts. Landjäger are a kind of small Salami and you might want to try a Leberwurst, a Fleischkäse and a Bierwurst. Blutwurst is often eaten cold, but with sauerkraut try it with Leberwurst both hot.

    My favorite is Italien. Mortadella either finely sliced without bread or four or five slices with some Parmesan on white bread; maybe with mustard, but that's non-essential.

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    Re: Favorite Cold Cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by PoS View Post
    I have a weakness for delis, and there are times I get a craving to make my own sandwiches so I usually buy the cold cuts by the slice and bring them home to make a sandwich.

    My current favorites are turkey ham or pastrami, with some dijon or hot mustard, mayo, lettuce and tomato on whole wheat- I dont buy cheese a lot because its pretty expensive over here. I like pepperoni too, but I prefer to eat them plain, without the bread. Could anyone recommend other types?

    Pastrami is always my #1.

    A good roast beef is #2.

    I also like to combine ham and turkey in a deli sandwich. That's a nice combo.

    I do NOT like ham and/or turkey combined with roast beef. I see that in a lot of places and they don't mix well, IMO.

    Going a little OT, but a hamburger with ham on top is good, too.
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    Re: Favorite Cold Cuts

    I also like prosciutto and serrano ham, but they are much too stringy to be used on sandwiches. If you place the denser stuff on sandwich bread, it will break the whole thing apart when you try to chew through them and the meaty bits stay together.

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