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July 07, 2009


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laura mullin

this looks yummy and is a great idea. i would have to substitute sauerkraut for the coleslaw, it's what makes a reuben for me!


I agree with Laura! Turkey reuben is quite possibly my favorite sandwich but it must must have the sauerkraut. :)


We call it a "Rachel."

Melody C

My husband likes it when I make "fancy" sandwiches. And we both like this one, with homemade coleslaw or sauerkraut. It's so easy that I don't consider it too fancy - I just love a hot option.


I stumbled upon your blog...everything looks so delish!
I am adding it to favorites so I can follow along.


Wow! I can't wait to try this. I love reubans, this sounds like a neat variation.


Made these today and they were delicious! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe.


The cafeteria at my work makes this and calls it a Reuben Kincaid.

Half Assed Kitchen

Interesting, y'all. I've heard it called a Rachel and a Georgia Reuben, but never a Reuben Kincaid. Whatever the name, it sure is tasty.


I also know this sandwich as a Georgia Reuben. Try doing the same thing with corned beef - so the sandwich would be cb, slaw, swiss, and Thousand Island (or Russian dressing) on rye.


I used a little firecracker 'slaw from Whole Foods -- it added a nice kick.

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