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from NY, USA 1, 6 foot bread (Italian) whole 4 pounds thin slice cold cuts (turkey, salami, pastrami, bologna, etc. etc.) 2 pounds assorted sliced cheese 1 head of ice burg lettuce knife shredded 1 quart jar of mayonnaise several onions very thin sliced 6 large tomatoes thin sliced 1 quart jar of kosher dills thin sliced salt, pepper optional: 1 plastic jar of mustard long toothpicks Here are my tips and advice: Order a large bread from your deli or bakery . In my area the bread costs about $20 plus a refundable fee for the board it comes on. I have been making my own 6 foot subs for years for all sorts of parties and I enjoy the ingredients of my choice. Obviously to do this one needs a large enough vehicle to retrieve the bread and counter space to prepare! Pick up the bread on the day you plan to serve this. It will fit into a van. One needs a long table to lay the bread with board on. Slice bread in half with a serrated knife.One person to help hold the bread and the other to slice. Spread one half of bread with mayonnaise and the other half with mustard. Then layer on the meats and cheeses. Then layer the onions, tomatoes, lettuce and pickles. Salt and pepper to taste. Add anything else you want to (sliced or hot peppers etc. etc. ) Carefully place on top half of bread to cover. It takes two people to do this. Use long wooden bamboo skewers or very long toothpicks to secure sections of the sandwich together. One can cut a good 30 pieces - more if cut a bit smaller. Unless one has a cooler to store the sandwich, it is best to prepare the sandwich just before serving time. It takes me about 10 minutes to do this. I usually slice the vegetables ahead of time using a hand mandolin or slicer. Vegetables are then stored in plastic storage bags the morning I plan to make the sandwich. I usually try to buy the cold cuts ahead of time on sale. Most cold cuts freeze well. The hardest part is having room enough to prepare the sandwich. The best part is eating it!!!! Of course potato salad, macaroni salad and other party salads are great accompaniments.

6 Foot Party Sandwich


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(posted June 13, 2001)

from NY, USA

1, 6 foot
bread (Italian) whole
4 pounds
thin slice cold cuts (turkey, salami, pastrami, bologna, etc. etc.)
2 pounds assorted sliced
cheese
1 head of
ice burg lettuce knife shredded
1 quart jar of
mayonnaise
several onions very
thin sliced
6 large tomatoes
thin sliced
1 quart jar of
kosher dills
thin sliced
salt, pepper
optional: 1 plastic jar of mustard
long toothpicks

Here are my
tips and advice:

Order a large
bread from your deli or bakery . In my area the bread costs about $20 plus a refundable fee for the board it comes on. I have been making my own 6 foot subs for years for all sorts of parties and I enjoy the ingredients of my choice.

Obviously to do this one needs a large enough vehicle to retrieve the
bread and counter space to prepare!

Pick up the
bread on the day you plan to serve this. It will fit into a van.

One needs a
long table to lay the bread with board on. Slice bread in half with a serrated knife.One person to help hold the bread and the other to slice. Spread one half of bread with mayonnaise and the other half with mustard. Then layer on the meats and cheeses. Then layer the onions, tomatoes, lettuce and pickles. Salt and pepper to taste. Add anything else you want to (sliced or hot peppers etc. etc. ) Carefully place on top half of bread to cover.
It takes two people to do this.
Use
long wooden bamboo skewers or very long toothpicks to secure sections of the sandwich together. One can cut a good 30 pieces - more if cut a bit smaller. Unless one has a cooler to store the sandwich, it is best to prepare the sandwich just before serving time. It takes me about 10 minutes to do this.
I usually slice the vegetables ahead of time using a hand mandolin or slicer. Vegetables are then stored in plastic storage bags the morning I plan to make the sandwich. I usually try to buy the
cold cuts ahead of time on sale. Most cold cuts freeze well.

The hardest part is having room enough to prepare the sandwich. The best part is eating it!!!!

Of course
potato salad, macaroni salad and other party salads are great accompaniments.



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from pearland, texas, United States wrote:5  5

Very delicous
5 starsApril 25, 2003


from rockville md, United States wrote:4  4

thank you so much for the recipe...i have always wondered how to prepare one..now i know..
5 starsAugust 8, 2001


 
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