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Thursday, December 08, 2005

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I like sandwiches. I like all kinds of bread---Dutch Crunch, whole wheat, homemade, herbed---you name it. Add some yummy spreads. Piles of meat or even no meat. Avocadoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, pepperocini---pile it on. Erik's Deli is one of my favorite sandwich places, and right now they have a sandwich apparently with turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce. Sounds like something I might need to try....Hey! It's almost lunchtime!

So...I do love a piled-high sandwich, and I'm pretty open to just about anything on it. But I think I'll skip this. Thanks anyway.


Blogger heatherfeather said...

yeah, i don't see anyone complaining that would get annoying or anything.

i'd like to have a veggie sandwich right now with: tomatoes, alfalfa sprouts, red onions, cucumbers, red bell peppers (fresh), romaine lettuce, and neufchatel on dark rye, with a light drizzle of balsamic vinegar.

does erik's deli deliver?

12:18 PM, December 08, 2005

Blogger DDM said...

MMMmmmmm sandwiiiich. My favorite is Roasted turkey (NOT SMOKED!) on cracked wheat and molasses bread with mustard, mayo, lettuce, tomato, dill pickles. *Burp*
Certain days of the month....I prefer roast beef on sourdough, all the rest the same. Somehow, the Lean Cuisine I just ate for lunch isn't cutting it....hmmphhffff. It's tasting like....yoiluca

12:48 PM, December 08, 2005

Blogger jay are said...

xahgh!!! That's me yelling for a sandwich. (I almost added *burp* to my post, ddm. :) hee)...but forget Erik's Deli, h-f---why don't YOU open a sandwich shop. YUM. I'm comin' over for lunch cuz now MY Lean Cuisine is looking pretty boring and YOUR sandwich is sounding yum.

1:36 PM, December 08, 2005

Blogger Thomas said...

You had me at "sandwich."

3:06 PM, December 08, 2005

Blogger jay are said...

an eater's kryptonite :)

3:12 PM, December 08, 2005

Blogger heatherfeather said...

okay, what am i missing about kryptonite?

doesn't it make superman physicially ill? and incapable? so is the idea that kryptonite washes away free will and makes them biddable?

or do i just not know enough about the actuality of kyrptonite and need to do background reading on superman to make these comments make sense?

i feel stoopid. sigh...

5:50 PM, December 08, 2005

Blogger jay are said...

heather, I know NOTHING about kryptonite! (only that it has something to do with Superman. I'm sure all my boys could clue me in). I guarantee that you know more than I do. I was merely stealing thomas' little phrase from his post today and plugging in my own word to fit my needs. I wasn't worried about it making sense! ;) I can't be bothered with such trivial things. Because every now and then when you're not looking, it DOES make sense. So you just take chances in the event that it will.
maybe thomas will clear this up.

5:57 PM, December 08, 2005

Blogger jay are said...

also, h, I wanted to say that I, too, was picturing a deli with all these ridiculous songs tinkling here and there, getting mixed up with the others ones and making a big racket. What a relaxing lunch that would be.

5:59 PM, December 08, 2005

Blogger jay are said...

ANOTHER thing, h-f, regarding kryptonite: I should have said DIETER'S kryptonite. As much as I love sandwiches, they're pretty much a diet killer. Did you see the nutrional facts on the Erik Deli's menu? Yikes! I never want to look at that page again. If I don't KNOW how many calories are in it, then maybe there aren't that many.

9:28 PM, December 08, 2005

Blogger heatherfeather said...

okay, i asked thomas - he was using kryptonite in the sense that it's a material that makes the affected individual weak and biddable.

so an eater's kryptonite would work there.

and i never look at nutritional information if i can help it. :)

9:39 PM, December 08, 2005


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