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BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't
even want to know.

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Doesn't exist.

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On 2014-07-25 6:39 PM, Tara wrote:
BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't
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BLT in toast. I was under the impression than BLTs are always toasted.
I can't imagine them any other way.

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On Friday, July 25, 2014 3:39:28 PM UTC-7, Tara wrote:
BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't

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Tara


put a scrambled egg on it, then it's better !!
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On Friday, July 25, 2014 6:39:28 PM UTC-4, Tara wrote:
BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't

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Tara


BLT on toasted raisin bread. A fave when I was a kid. Drove my aunt crazy one summer when we were farmed out to her for a week. That's all we wanted and she obliged.


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BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't
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Breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Or late-night snack. Doesn't matter.
Nothing beats it.

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BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't
even want to know.

Tara


I might have that. Haven't eaten yet and nothing sounds appealing.

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On Friday, July 25, 2014 3:39:28 PM UTC-7, Tara wrote:
BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't

even want to know.



Tara


put a scrambled egg on it, then it's better !!


NOPE

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On Fri, 25 Jul 2014 20:44:17 -0400, Doris Night
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On Fri, 25 Jul 2014 17:39:28 -0500, Tara
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BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't
even want to know.


Breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Or late-night snack. Doesn't matter.
Nothing beats it.

Agree, but Becca got my imagination going with her BLAT + chicken
sandwich.

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On 7/25/2014 6:50 PM, Dave Smith wrote:
On 2014-07-25 6:39 PM, Tara wrote:
BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't
even want to know.



BLT in toast. I was under the impression than BLTs are always toasted. I
can't imagine them any other way.


Kaiser roll?


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Ed Pawlowski wrote:

On 7/25/2014 6:50 PM, Dave Smith wrote:
On 2014-07-25 6:39 PM, Tara wrote:
BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't
even want to know.



BLT in toast. I was under the impression than BLTs are always toasted. I
can't imagine them any other way.


Kaiser roll?


As sw mentioned, I like them on fresh, soft white bread best. I'll use
toast if the bread isn't that way.

G.
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Tara wrote:

BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't
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Tara


BLT on soft white bread. Other than that, toast works well too.

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On Friday, July 25, 2014 7:53:18 PM UTC-7, tert in seattle wrote:
ImStillMags wrote:

On Friday, July 25, 2014 3:39:28 PM UTC-7, Tara wrote:


BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't




even want to know.








Tara




put a scrambled egg on it, then it's better !!




NOPE


OH... but, it is the bestest breakfast sandwich ever. Toasted multigrain bread, lettuce, tomato, lots of many and an egg, whisked and made into a little pancake and folded on the sandwich. Seriously, if you haven't done it, try it. PLenty of salt and black pepper too.

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ImStillMags wrote:
On Friday, July 25, 2014 7:53:18 PM UTC-7, tert in seattle wrote:
ImStillMags wrote:

On Friday, July 25, 2014 3:39:28 PM UTC-7, Tara wrote:


BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't




even want to know.








Tara




put a scrambled egg on it, then it's better !!




NOPE


OH... but, it is the bestest breakfast sandwich ever. Toasted multigrain bread, lettuce, tomato, lots of many and an egg, whisked and made into a little pancake and folded on the sandwich. Seriously, if you haven't done it, try it. PLenty of salt and black pepper too.


ooh I love breakfast sandwiches, although I'm not sure sure I'd want one
with lettuce ... but I don't think you can put an egg on a BLT and say it's
"better" that way

everyone has their thing - mine is, don't mess with a BLT

yes especially don't put avocado in there -- that's a BLAT


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On Friday, July 25, 2014 6:12:11 PM UTC-5, Sqwertz wrote:
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BLT on Toast was tonight's dinner. If there is anything better, I don't


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BLT on squishy white bread. Now you know!

Growing up, it was bacon and tomato (never lettuce) on Wonder-type
bread. I wouldn't do that now. These days I use iceberg lettuce
in lieu of bread, but one of these days I might revisit the squishy
white bread experience. I read that to my wife, and she said, Ewww."

-sw


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