Gene Kelly’s recipe for — the world’s greatest man sandwich

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  1. February 2, 2013
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    Wait, whaaat? This is a recipe, you say? Sorry, but I am way too busy staring at Gene Kelly to understand what else is going on. Mmm, man sandwich.

    • February 2, 2013
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      Thank you! That’s exactly what I thought 😉

      • February 2, 2013

        I have an enormous soft spot for Gene Kelly (don’t even get me started, please). 🙂

      • February 2, 2013

        My first screen crush, which I didn’t equate with the older gentleman in the ‘hood who got exasperated by his son. That said, now that I have a college student around I understand where he was coming from. And, how!

      • February 2, 2013

        That’s a great story. You probably grew up to have more in common with him than you expected, if only from a parenting standpoint. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to traipse through my front hall and stare at the Gene Kelly movie posters hanging on the wall.

  2. George Kaplan
    February 2, 2013
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    Remember him that way. Best not to think of him in Viva Knievel. The horror, the horror… (oh, naughty ;))

  3. February 3, 2013
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    “Be sure your WIFE has at least one bite”…that mid-century certification of male heterosexuality.

    • February 3, 2013
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      I don’t care if you’re a mid-century GOD – no way is a broiled mashed potato, onion, and mayo sandwich enticing for anyone! All I can think is he craved carbs… xox, V
      p.s. I took a hike past the Lautner house featured in “A Single Man” today, very cool.

  4. October 24, 2014
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    Revolting.

  5. October 25, 2014
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    Some of my older male relatives enjoy a boiled potato sandwich; it must be a man-thing.

  6. October 25, 2014
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    And here I was thinking the perfect man sandwich was young Marlon Brando on one side, Jimmy Stewart on the other side, and ME in the middle!

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