Tuesday, December 25, 2007

The Sandwich of the Season

I'm nominating the ham biscuit as the sandwich of the season. I've probably had fifty of these already. These little guys are delicious and very simple-- just country ham and squishy rolls. That's right: it's called a ham biscuit, but it's not on a biscuit. Weird. Also, these have a tasty sauce made of butter, Worcestershire, Dijon mustard, and poppy seeds.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

A Different Kind of Sandwich

Look, it's an Allison Janney, Wolfgang Puck, Debi Mazar sandwich!

I know, I know. This is not the kind of sandwich this blog is about. But come on guys, I'm just trying to have a little fun here.

Monday, December 17, 2007

Cleaning Out The Fridge Sandwich

For this sandwich I just threw in a bunch of stuff from my fridge: broccoli, mushrooms, mozzarella, tomato, basil, italian dressing, and grilled it on wheat.

Does this picture look kind of gross? I can't tell. Anyway, sorry about that. The sandwich was fine.

Blossom Grilled Portabello Sandwich

This is the grilled portabello sandwich from Blossom. It had sprouts and zucchini. Some kind of pesto spread maybe?

I should totally have liked this sandwich, right? It wasn't that great. That's the downside. The upside is that I had a crazy French waiter. Also I went to some weird market to buy a newspaper and the lady there was giving out free bread. It may have been poisoned. That's the other downside.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Dream Sandwich

My dream sandwich is definitely dodo broth marinated unicorn meat on a a baguette.

Friend Sandwich: PB&J

I can't even keep up with all the sandwiches that are happening right now.

Another friend made PB&J on wheat.

These were his ingredients.

I asked him: "So, why this kind of peanut butter?"

He answered, "(SIGH) To be honest, I don't even like this kind of peanut butter...(LONG PAUSE)...Actually, I don't like this kind of jelly either."

There you have it!

Friend Sandwich

A friend of mine was also eating a sandwich, and was happy to let me photograph it. It's from TJ's and it's turkey on ciabatta with a basil cream sauce. She also added chipotle Tabasco.

I can't say how this tasted.

Oh, no. Looking at this picture, it seems there may also have been some red onion on this thing. And maybe some cheese? I didn't ask nearly enough questions about this sandwich.

This post is a disaster.

Leftovers Sandwich

I had leftover grilled salmon and grilled red peppers and onions from dinner last night, so I put some sesame-ginger dressing on them, and put all of that on some wheat toast with greens.

It was fine.

Also, some people around me were confused about why I was taking pictures of sandwiches so I told them I was in a "Sandwich Club". All of them found this to be a perfectly satisfactory explanation.

Pressed Caprese Breakfast Sandwich

This is a caprese egg sandwich I made for breakfast this morning.

2 eggs

I pressed it in our grill pan. Here is a fact: Having a grill pan will increase the quality of your sandwich-making by approximately a zillion percent. The thought of making a sandwich without the possibility of grilling it is like hearing a sad story that I can't imagine could ever have been true.

(p.s. Yes, I will continue include "sandwich" as a tag on all posts about sandwiches [all posts].)

Monday, December 10, 2007

Inspiration Sandwich

Last night, dudes, I made such a killer sandwich. And I sort of forced a bunch of people listen to me talk forever about how good it was. But you don't even understand, this sandwich was really good. I didn't take a picture because I was just so focused on getting that sandwich into my mouth, you know?

There was so much crazy shit happening in this sandwich your brain couldn't even process it.