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    The 10 most economical sandwiches

    Yes, Ironically posted in the Clubhouse forum

    http://articles.moneycentral.msn.com/SmartSpending/blog/page.aspx?post=1790077

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    Re: The 10 most economical sandwiches

    Damn bacon and its deliciousness.

    The cost of eggs in USA are so cheap. 12 eggs here is like $4
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Re: The 10 most economical sandwiches

    So last year I took a vow to never rest until I knew which of the 10 most common brown-bag sandwiches offered the best value of them all.

    Now this is a guy who knows how to par-tay!

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    Re: The 10 most economical sandwiches

    Lost all credibility here:

    Speaking of bologna, as I reminded my readers last year, the conventional wisdom out there is that bologna is a very expensive lunch meat.

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    Re: The 10 most economical sandwiches

    jmcdon00 wrote:
    Lost all credibility here:

    Speaking of bologna, as I reminded my readers last year, the conventional wisdom out there is that bologna is a very expensive lunch meat.
    Perhaps, but I doubt he was referring to Oscar Meyer brand.

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    Re: The 10 most economical sandwiches

    BloodyHorns82 wrote:
    jmcdon00 wrote:
    Lost all credibility here:

    Speaking of bologna, as I reminded my readers last year, the conventional wisdom out there is that bologna is a very expensive lunch meat.
    Perhaps, but I doubt he was referring to Oscar Meyer brand.
    What else is there?
    Any meat that is not clearly identifiable as an animal can't be that expensive.

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    Re: The 10 most economical sandwiches

    They are also famous for their hot dogs but there are a hell of a lot better (and more expensive) options out there.

    Anybody else notice that their hot dogs taste an awful lot like their bologna? coincidence? I think not. Probably shoveled off the same heap of crap laying in the middle of the floor. Both make me want to yack.

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    Re: The 10 most economical sandwiches

    BloodyHorns82 wrote:
    They are also famous for their hot dogs but there are a hell of a lot better (and more expensive) options out there.

    Anybody else notice that their hot dogs taste an awful lot like their bologna? coincidence? I think not. Probably shoveled off the same heap of crap laying in the middle of the floor. Both make me want to yack.
    I've been wanting a good hotdog for a while... sadly, there are no chicago hot dogs here... even the all beef ones don't come close to the ones you can get there.

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    Re: The 10 most economical sandwiches

    triedandtruevikesfan wrote:
    BloodyHorns82 wrote:
    They are also famous for their hot dogs but there are a hell of a lot better (and more expensive) options out there.

    Anybody else notice that their hot dogs taste an awful lot like their bologna? coincidence? I think not. Probably shoveled off the same heap of crap laying in the middle of the floor. Both make me want to yack.
    I've been wanting a good hotdog for a while... sadly, there are no chicago hot dogs here... even the all beef ones don't come close to the ones you can get there.
    There is a Chicago style eatery in South Minneapolis. (Rob and Tom's I think it's called) I'm sure you can get an authentic style Chicago hotdog there. I believe it is located off of S 42nd St, somewhere in between 28th Ave and 34th Ave.

    Only downside is they are open about their affection for the Chicago Bears.

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    Hmmm.... may have to check that out at some stage, but perhaps after the football season, I don't want to ruin my time before the season in the company of bears fans, even if it just for long enough to get a hotdog. This is a bears fan free season for me :-)

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