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September 2006 Issue
Sandwich Days
by Ronda L. Halpin
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If the hottest parts of the summer are referred to as salad days, you could well say that September brings us sandwich days. With kids going back to school, the last days of summer begging for picnics and schedules requiring us to eat on the run more and more, sandwiches figure into our lives a lot. So this month, we're asking you to share your favorites. Hot grilled cheese? Cold turkey and cheddar? Maybe a pressed sandwich or pocket sandwich are more your style. However you like it, we want to hear about it. After all, we like the idea of a little variety in our lunch boxes too!

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