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    ROD RECIPES 4/11/2007 Submarine Sandwich

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    Recipe Introduction

    Submarine Day

    A submarine is a vessel designed for underwater operations that can still sail on the water's surface. Aristotle described a submersible used in 332 B.C. by the sailors of Alexander The Great. There is also evidence that a primitive sub was built around 200 B.C. in China. It was centuries later before the first real sub was built in 1620 by a Dutchman (of wood encased in leather). From these beginnings, we have progressed to the nuclear powered subs that sail today.

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    ROD RECIPES 4/11/2007 Submarine Sandwich

    Submarine Day

    Submarine Sandwich

    This sandwich expands to hold whatever your refrigerator does.

    1 Loaf (1 pound) French bread
    1 md Green bell pepper, thinly
    ham Thinly sliced
    1/2 Pound fully cooked smoked
    1 md Onion, thinly sliced
    2 md Tomatoes, thinly sliced
    2 c Shredded lettuce
    1/2 Pound salami, sliced
    4 Ounces Swiss cheese slices
    Margarine or butter, soften
    1/4 c Creamy Italian dressing


    Cut bread horizontally in half.

    Spread bottom half with margarine.

    Layer cheese, salami, lettuce, tomatoes, onion, ham and bell pepper on top.

    Drizzle with dressing.
    Top with remaining bread half.
    Secure loaf with wooden picks and cut into 6 pieces.





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