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When I was small, my father made indescribably fat sandwiches for himself, calling them "Dagwood Bumstead Sandwiches".    Now, thanks to a reprint from The Minneapolis Star Tribune found on the Internet Chef site, I have found the recipe.  As I recall, my dad's versions were frequently heavy on sweet dill pickle slices and limburger cheese!

Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich


3 large onions, sliced
1 head lettuce
4 tomatoes, sliced
1 lobster tail
1 eagle talon
1 fish (preferably 2 days old)
1 pot spaghetti - cold and gooey
1 lb. bacon
1 meatloaf
1 ham
1 fried egg (over easy)
1 string of sausages
1 gallon mayonnaise
1 jar of pickle relish
1 tin of sardines in oil
1 bottle of ketchup
1 bottle sweet mustard
1 bottle hot mustard
1 loaf bread
assorted cheeses
assorted vegetables
assorted olives

NOTES FROM MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE:
Now that he has announced that he's joining his wife's catering business,  cartoon chowhound Dagwood Bumstead is releasing the recipe for his famous Dagwood Sandwich. See ingredients above. See directions below.

DIRECTIONS: Arrange the ingredients between two slices of bread.  Serves one.

From: King Features Syndicate
 

 

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