Posts Tagged ‘sandwich’

Egg Salad Sandwich

Thursday, September 26th, 2013
Egg Salad Sandwich

Egg Salad Sandwich

Thursday Throwback

Egg Salad Sandwich

Egg salad sandwiches always seem like such a comforting lunch.  Great for any weather, and anytime of year, it’s also hearty enough for dinner with a salad or vegetable crudites.  This version gets a bit of texture and flavor from bacon, while celery, scallions and dill add freshness.  Dijon mustard provides a nice bit of vinegar to balance the richness of the egg, mayonnaise and bacon.
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French Dip Sandwich

Thursday, January 31st, 2013
French Dip Sandwich

French Dip Sandwich

Thursday Throwback

French Dip Sandwich
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Leftover Turkey Sandwich

Thursday, December 6th, 2012
Leftover Turkey Sandwich

Leftover Turkey Sandwich

Leftover Turkey Sandwich

Even though Thanksgiving was a couple weeks ago I thought I would post this sandwich recipe. Many people may be cooking another turkey for the upcoming holidays. You could use sliced deli turkey meat if you really want to, but its not as good. Or, roast a turkey breast on the weekend and use it throughout the week in sandwiches, rather than deli meats.

I like the combination of salty blue cheese, spicy arugula, vinegary mustard and sweet-tart cranberry sauce – all these ingredients add pizazz and pop to the turkey. The swirl rye adds a nice gentle savory flavor and works well with the blue cheese.  It sounds crazy, but it’s so good.
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Corned Beef Panini

Saturday, June 9th, 2012
Corned Beef Panini

Corned Beef Panini

Corned Beef Panini

This is an excellent sandwich to make with leftover corned beef.  Salty, meaty corned beef with vinegary Dijon mustard and smooth, nutty Gruyere cheese make for an excellent combination.
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BLT Sandwich

Thursday, May 31st, 2012
BLT Sandwich

BLT Sandwich

Thursday Throwback

BLT Sandwich

BLT’s are a great quick and easy meal for weeknight dinners.  Just add some fruit or a side salad for a full meal.  They are also great for lunch.  Jazz these classic sandwiches up with some sliced avocado or specialty bacon.  If you have a non-tomato eater, replace the tomato with a roasted red pepper.  I call these sandwiches BLPs (Bacon, Lettuce, Pepper).
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