2011-09-05, Shimsar
The Family's Favorite Sandwiches
Subject: Sandwiches for everybody
 

The Shimsar family has a wide variety of favorites.

Among them, concerning sandwiches, are:

Esther: Corn Schnitzel sandwich

Yedidia: Frankferter sandwich with lots of Ketchup

My own favorite: Halva sandwich on black bread

Mendy:Pita with Humus and some more...

Roei: Humus with pastrami sandwich

Yarden: Yellow cheese with Mazula sandwich

Amihai: Scrambled egg with pastrami and Ketchup in a Pita.

Elia: Frankferter with Ketchup in a roll

Moshe: Frankferter with Ketchup and chips in a roll.

Batel: Shukshuka with Schug (hot sauce) in a Bagette.

Yaacov: Tuna, Maonaise, pickled cucumber with onion powder in a bagette.

Gilat: Butter, salty cheese with lettuce in a sandwich of whole wheat bread.

Sapir: Fried egg and onion with raw onion slices and vegetable salad in a sandwich.

Maor: Fried egg with raw onion slices in a samdwich.

Nina: Pita sandwich filled with humus, felafel, mixed salad, egg plant, pickled vegetables and Tehina.

Hagai: A fried roll stuffed with tuna, potato chips, sour pickle and egg. 

 

 

 
 
 
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