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Natural Foods in Towson on Susquehanna Av, behind the Courthouse?

Guido | Mar 12, 201109:43 AM     21

Hi,
I'm trying to replicate a great sandwich that I used to get at a Natural Foods store in Towson. It was on Susquehanna Av, behind the Courthouse. They had a sandwich bar as well as other things for sale. The sandwich was on multi-grain coarse bread, with a slice of cheese (Colby?), lettuce tomato sprouts and the most aromatic spread imaginable. I'm sure it was the spread that made the sandwich. Any 'hounds out there remember it, or maybe used to work there? Would love to know how to make that again!
Best regards to all,
Guido

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