Meaty Meal

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    1. Fuck yes. Give me that fucking reuben right now.

      Our chow hall had some shitty dried out spaghetti with meat sauce that looks (and smells) like it was made with ketchup and taco meat. Foul. I refused to eat and I am starving.

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    2. OH HELL YEAH hand that over this way

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    3. DUDE! If that’s not in my mouth in like 3 minutes i’m gonna punch some infants!

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    4. …that looks revolting… you guys are either retarded or American… in which case you’d be retarded anyway. That’s like something I’d feed to my dog.

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    5. @ Tony- Wow… ketchup n taco meat… where are u… i never want to visit…

      @ q-delta- Go eat some if your contry’s delectable delights and leave us americans alone to eat what we please when we please. No one asked for your opinion anyway. That looks delicious to me, lets see what u think is jsut oh so tasty… cmon post a pic of your favorite food… i bet it just AWESOME! mmmmm cant wait!

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    6. Aww, did somebody’s mother get knocked up by an American GI and abandoned?

      Yeah, I am a fucking American. I won’t stoop as low as calling whatever nation you hail from a pile of degenerates, so I’ll just assume that you’re an isolated case of failure.

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    7. @ Jet – Afghanistan. It sucks. I’d rather be in Iraq, we got better food there.

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    8. @Q-Delta, I agree with Jet, post some of your countries favorite food.

      Rueben’s are extremely popular because they’re delicious, they use up leftovers, and they’re actually quite healthy (if you’re like me and do-it-yourself and not buy them at a fast food joint). The meat is cornedbeef cut traditionally–thickly chipped, not sliced, which gives it the somewhat unnattractive look. Other ingredients include saurkraut (no carbs, no sugar, no fat), swiss cheese, toasted rye bread or pumpernickle (rich in fiber and such), and thousand island dressing (low fat is just as good).

      Some variations of the sandwich use coleslaw in place of the saurkraut and thousand island dressing–not nearly as good.

      I’m from the Pittsburgh area, and sandwiches like this are extremely popular for people on the run or have very little time to eat.

      It’s just like a falafel or a random wrap where a bunch random stuff is thrown in it.

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    9. I’m American and I think that looks disgusting.

      Also, “No one asked for your opinion?” Isn’t that the entire point of MCS?

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    10. LOL ok, so what you are saying is that the two slices of bread on top are supposed to make this a Reuben?? ROFL…

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    11. @phyre
      open face sammich!
      too good for two slices to hold

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    12. Fuck, is that meat even cooked?
      I’m going to agree with the ‘feed-to-dog’ comment here.

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    13. @Bajizzle

      The meat’s cooked. It’s cornedbeef, its allowed to settle in a brine before cooking. The brine gives the meat the uncooked appearance. At the grocery store and deli I worked at, we used to sell whole beef roasts in brine for people to cook, as well as the already cooked deli corned beef.

      Fan of hard salami? It’s technically not cooked, but rather preserved in salts.

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    14. i need to go eat food now

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    15. mmmm…Reuben. God bless corned beef on rye with swiss.

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    16. Guys it does look raw, but it’s not. It’s corned beef. I thought the same thing but I showed it to my dad and I was like “Does that look good? And he’s like, ‘it’s corned beef! Yum!'”. It looks raw but it’s corned. Jazzy is for shizzle y’all!

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    17. @ Q-Delta: Don’t be jealous that your crappy country doesn’t have amazing reubens such as this.

      DO WANT REUBEN NAO.

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    18. Mmmm sammiches.

      althought, if the meat isn;t corn beef or salami or whatever, it doesn;t look cooked.

      mmmmm. sammiches.

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    19. Whenever I’m in Lexington Market in Baltimore getting one of these FANTASTIC Reubens, I used to see The Wire filming there; it was cool, I got to meet Dominic West.

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    20. @Phyreblade

      What are you, a creationist? Just because you can’t personally observe the bread, doesn’t mean it’s not there. The point of sandwiches like this is to completely overwhelm the bread. In fact in Montreal they’d eat this magnificent bastard without the bread. Sometimes with bare hands!

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    21. Err… Sorry… My bad folks… I stand corrected… ROFL…

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    22. Ahem!
      I’m from montreal and this beast is pratically on every menu in the whole province. There is also a smoked Meat variation that is equaly tasty if not moreso. Also they force you to eat it with only hands,use a fork and knife and you get finned 150$ for being a sissy.

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    23. Looks delicious, but I’d like it toasted in a George Foreman Grill. And some Branston Jalapeno relish.

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    24. The Rueben: Divider of nations.

      I’ll take one, please, side of fries extra crispy(or maybe a cup of spilt pea soup instead) and two spicy kosher dill pickle spears.
      The bread needs to be toasted(or more toasted) and with yelloy or spicy mustard instead of that nasty-ass Thousand Island.
      Also-try a rueben style sammich with pastrami and mustard instead of corned beef & thousand Island sometime. It’s even more funky fresh delicious.

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