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What are these cucumber sandwiches that you guys are talking about? Those sound so good!!!<br><br>
Have y'all ever eaten at Twin Sisters? They make really good sandwiches too. Used to go there all the time when I was in school. YUM!
 

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I make mine with cukes (obviously), spinach, mayo, sprouts, pickles (Clauson's sandwich slices) and either provalone or pepperjack on whole wheat or rye.
 

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Be careful - people are going to be upset that you started a food related thread in the PRT. Where is Jack Doolittle when we need him. Thread discipline people. This should be in the Water Stop or Random Thoughts or something I think.
 

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There is a lunch place that makes them with cucumbers, sprouts, lettuce, tomato, and feta.<br><br>
And they are delish.<br><br>
I've been to twin sisters!!! They make great sandwiches too!
 

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Duly noted. I'll take the spanking if and when it comes. <img alt="banana.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/banana.gif"><br><br><br>
I wasn't even sure I liked cucumbers that much, but wow that sounds great!
 

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My best friend's husband just took a job down in SA he's already down there and she's going down when the kids get out of school. Suffice to say, I'll be going down there a BUNCH! I'd love to come by the coffee shop-I've already been talking it up to my friend. <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif">
 

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And avocado! And provolone! And delicious fresh bread!<br><br>
I also love Twin Sisters. Jacqui, where did you go to school? I went to school in the area and spent a lot of time at Twin Sisters too!
 

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I think I am going to make a cuke sandwich this afternoon. I am hungry and that sounds yummy.
 

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I have been thinking about going there today, too, ever since you posted about it! But alas, I brought my lunch. And I should eat the lunch I brought.
 

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And I will add that I have eaten there more than once in one week on multiple occasions. <img alt="biggrin.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/biggrin.gif">
 

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Do you peel and remove the seeds? I would think so.
 

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Yes, peel them. Not sure if they remove the seeds. Tricia, did you notice?<br><br>
Note: I have never made them this way, I just eat them when they're made for me.
 

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If you don't remove the seeds you'll have cucumbers growing in your tummy. I once had a watermelon grow in mine. It's not pretty.
 

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Unless they are English cucumbers-those don't have seeds-nor are they covered in that slick shiny stuff. ?<br><br><br>
Ok, so what is the name of said sandwich place or are you guys not giving that up? LOL<br><br>
Jacqui, where did you go to school? I went to school in the area.<br><br>
I went to UTSA for 3 years. I lived off Fredricksburg Rd. I loved so much about SA, but I like Austin a lot better. There are several places that I just love to visit when I'm in SA and I really miss running through Alamo Heights. Hilly course with beautiful homes and trees.<br>
My friend just got a job at Our Lady of the Lake University.
 

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Jacqui, the place is Broadway Daily Bread. Lots of good stuff there, but the cucumber sandwiches are fabu!
 

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UPDATE! I just inspected my cucumber sandwich from today, and it is indeed free of seeds and peeled. And oh so delicious! I looked for T-flower, too, and she didn't happen to be there today.
 
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