Cooking Louisiana - Sandwiches

Sandwiches have a history far and wide and we certainly won't try to get too far into that.
Most of these are Cajun Style Sandwiches. I thought this would be a fun thing to do, and if you'll send me some sandwich ideas, I'll put them here.

   --- Breakfast ---

Boiled Egg Sandwich:
Boil peel and slice egg, add a few strips of bacon, mayo, done. No bacon? Add a slice of ham.

Bacon & Fried Egg Sandwich:
Pretty straight forward!

No explanation required...!

Crawfish Omelet Sandwich
Toast, omelet, cheese and preserves

   --- Meats ---

Pork Chop Sandwich:
Fry pork chop tender, add mayo and fresh sliced tomato and/or lettuce.

Fried Chicken Sandwich:
Debone chicken, warm in skillet with olive oil, lettuce and tomato

Sliced Roast Beef Sandwich:
Make a tiny gravy, sliced white onion.

Leftover Pot Roast Sandwich:
Best on toast, lettuce & tomatoes

Spam Sandwich:
Fry the Spam and a little mayo...

Vienna Sausage Sandwich:
Again... fry it up (unless your fishing)!

Potted Meat Sandwich:
Spread it on.. gobble it up (a fishing trip MUST)

Meat Loaf Sandwich:
slice thin, get creative!

Bologna Sandwich:
Cheese and Bread-N-Butter Pickles

Ham- N-Cheese Sandwich:
I'm not sure how to do this one! ;o)

Sausage Sandwich:
Fry sausage, split in half, dab out grease. Use Creole or spicy mustard...add cheese

Leftover Barbecue Sandwich:
Debone, chop small. add a dap or barbecue sauce, on toast, lettuce and tomato

   --- Seafood ---

Fried Oyster Sandwich:
Ketchup and/or a little tarter sauce

Fried Softshell Crab Sandwich:
Lettuce, Tomato and Tarter Sauce or Ketchup

Fish Sandwich:
Fresh fried specs and tarter on toast!

   --- Vegetables ---

P, B. & J. Sandwich:
Try Fig Preserves!!!!

Bananas and Peanut Butter:
A dab of sugar too!

Cold White Bean Sandwich:
Add a dab of Ketchup

Potato Salad Sandwich:
Best on toast

French Fry Sandwich:
Toast, ketchup, seasoning

Sugar Sandwich: I ate these all the time and never went over 500 MPH!
Bread and butter sprinkled with sugar.

Tomato Sandwich:
Only with homegrown tomatoes and a little mayo.

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