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  • But without the sesame-seed roll, you no longer have a cemita, you just have a sandwich.

    How to make a cemita | Homesick Texan

  • It featured marble counters, mood-lighted cabinets, a wine cooler and a loaf of fresh sesame-seed bread under glass that turned out to be fake.

    The Apthorp Show

  • April 1, 2010 at 3:05 pm two all-beef patties speshul sause lettuce cheese pickols onions onna a sesame-seed bun

    Look deeep into my eyes hoomin…. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • The JCB burger is simple enough: a patty smeared with jalapeño cream cheese on a sesame-seed bun.

    Six Unique Denver Burgers Worth A Try

  • The JCB burger is simple enough: a patty smeared with jalapeño cream cheese on a sesame-seed bun.

    Six Unique Denver Burgers Worth A Try

  • The most popular item on the menu, restaurant manager David Andrews said, is the Vietnamese BBQ beef sandwich: braised short ribs on a sesame-seed bun, with carrot kimchee and basil mayonnaise ($10.50).

    Fast Food, Asian Style

  • I tried to make my fufu and soup last as long as possible, an elaborate ritual that involved cutting my fufu into tiny pieces, layering it with slimy okra, then mashing beneseed—a sesame-seed paste—on top of each piece before flooding the spoon with soup.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • I tried to make my fufu and soup last as long as possible, an elaborate ritual that involved cutting my fufu into tiny pieces, layering it with slimy okra, then mashing beneseed—a sesame-seed paste—on top of each piece before flooding the spoon with soup.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • I tried to make my fufu and soup last as long as possible, an elaborate ritual that involved cutting my fufu into tiny pieces, layering it with slimy okra, then mashing beneseed—a sesame-seed paste—on top of each piece before flooding the spoon with soup.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • I tried to make my fufu and soup last as long as possible, an elaborate ritual that involved cutting my fufu into tiny pieces, layering it with slimy okra, then mashing beneseed—a sesame-seed paste—on top of each piece before flooding the spoon with soup.

    The House at Sugar Beach

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