I love a good sandwich. Not just any ol’ sandwich, though. I’ll pass on a hastily made, boring sandwich. But I DO enjoy a tasty, well-crafted sandwich made with care and attention. Here are some recipes as well as some guidelines to making a really good sandwich.
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One of my favorite things to order at a diner, ever since I was a kid, is a club sandwich. Granted, this can be hit or miss but a really good one just makes me happy.
One of the best sandwiches I’ve ever had is sadly no longer on the menu at Stanley restaurant in New Orleans. Thickly sliced roast turkey, bacon, cranberry sauce, cornbread dressing, basil mayo and arugula on a freshly baked croissant. Delicious!
I also enjoy a good Monte Cristo or that Louisiana favorite – a shrimp po’boy.
Now that I’ve got your mouth watering…
Four LWD Sandwich Favorites:
Anything is better with caramelized onions!
Instead of bread, try using waffles for a different take on a sandwich.
Not all sandwiches require meat. This one is loaded with tasty veggies. You won’t even miss the meat!
There are a number of important aspects to creating the perfect sandwich. One thing that drives me nuts is when a restaurant leaves one piece of the bread dry. No, no, no! There must be mayonnaise (or whatever dressing you are using) on BOTH sides of the sandwich.
This video will show you how to make a perfect deli sandwich:
So tell me what is YOUR favorite sandwich?
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