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ISO of BH&G sandwich recipe from early 80's

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SGV Gal May 9, 2008 09:58 AM

When I was a kid, we used to make a sandwich using cold cuts, cheese, herbed spread that was wrapped in alumninum foil and baked. The original recipe came from Better Homes & Garden in the late 70's/early 80's. I've checked out BH&G website/message boards and have not found this recipe.

Brings back memories of our summer roadtrips. My mom used to make this, and we used to have picnics on our roadtrips throughout the midwest/east.

Hope someone can help!!!

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  1. chef chicklet RE: SGV Gal May 9, 2008 11:22 AM

    During the 80s there were a lot of sandwiches that were made up and then baked.
    From the Bay Area, alot of these involved a loaf of french or sourdough bread. Quite a few In my books from this area and I can also remember me making something similar on smaller rolls for picnics. I would think if it were a soft herb/garlicky cheese with cold cuts you wants, wrap and bake it perhaps you can get close to it.
    Unless you are remeber one made from Bridgeford's bread? Made with salami,pepperoni and cold cuts, with cheddar/ and mozzerella? I try to recreate dishes from my past often, I feel your pain! Lately I've been working on a lovely Mexican turkey salad that the Maja restaurant in Oakland did, it was so fresh and the dressing was the best, and I can't seem to get it right either!

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