Your Favourite Earls Sandwich ..

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Your Favourite Earls Sandwich ..

Now I love Earls at downtown..Even on our last day,we use our credits to grab something before our flight home..My favourite is the Caribbean Jerk Chicken, and my DW loves the Avocado Chicken..But I'am always looking for something new to try,but I end up getting my Jerk favourite...So what is your favourite sandwich at Earls.?.. rolling

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I've only EVER had 'The Full Montague', I love it so much I don't bother trying any other, which may be a waste of a lovely range of sandwiches, but if it ain't broke! Big smile

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definitely the Holiday!

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Caribbean Jerk Chicken here too.

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The Colonel wrote:
definitely the Holiday!

awesome

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The caprese!! Yum!!!

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The Holiday is my choice as well.

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I've only had the Cannonballs and the Caprese, both of which I LOVE, but I'm anxious to try the Holiday on one of our three planned Earl of Sandwich stops this year. Our Thanksgiving is going to be a bit non-traditional because dad is having "minor" heart surgery the day before Thanksgiving, so I think the plan is hospital cafeteria food for actual Thanksgiving this year. I'll be looking forward to picking up my favorite meal of the year in sandwich form when we arrive at WDW next Saturday. I wonder if I can pack one well enough to bring it home for dad...

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The holiday sandwich! It's so popular that it's been added to the regular menu and not a seasonal item no more! yay yay The soups are pretty good too except the bread that comes with it. I don't like the bread for the soups. Ick.

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Another vote for the holiday awesome

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Oh well..Looks like the Holiday is the outright winner..Now on my must try list..Thank you everyone... yay

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Mittens wrote:
So what is your favourite sandwich at Earls?

The fresh ingredients are always so good there I like to keep it simple. I'm all about their Caprese. Mozzarella, tomato, basil & a drizzle of balsamic vinaigrette - delicious.

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That Caprese is awesome on a hot day, scrappy and I share those if we just want something light as to not ruin our dinner.

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What exactly is on the holiday sandwich? I would love to try making it at home.

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Holiday Turkey sandwich is Turkey, stuffing, gravy, cranberry & seasoned mayonnaise .That's an easy one! and its so good! Our local Wawa makes them to , um um good!

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Well now I know what to do with leftovers next week! clapping

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mrhub wrote:
Holiday Turkey sandwich is Turkey, stuffing, gravy, cranberry & seasoned mayonnaise .That's an easy one! and its so good! Our local Wawa makes them to , um um good!

Wawa makes these too?!

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Okay! I can make some of those!

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For me, it's the Full Montagu. The combination of turkey, roast beef, cheese, lettuce and tomato and that mustard sauce between that thick, soft bread just brings wonders to my mouth every time.

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I've only tried the Hawaiian BBQ and it was a winner in my book.

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jw24 wrote:
For me, it's the Full Montagu. The combination of turkey, roast beef, cheese, lettuce and tomato and that mustard sauce between that thick, soft bread just brings wonders to my mouth every time.

Please..Please...There's no need to describe the combo of Turkey...roast beef..cheese..lettuce..tomato...and that mustard sauce nestling between thick..soft bread... eek Now I'am craving for that thing of beauty...Pity there's 3000 miles between us.. Sad(