Tuesday, April 24, 2012

"Sangwiches", aka "Sandwiches"



My first cup of "Joe" black hot "Nantucket" thanks to Green Mountain Coffee. A fine Vermont coffee roaster who's coffee is about the best. My 2 pennies anyway. 
Well back to what this post is about. Sangwiches" or to those with proper English, "Sandwiches". They are one my favorite food items. They are pretty much easy to prepare and can be quite satisfying. I have a few of my favorites and they have been modified some to go with I'm supposed to be eating now.

Although this is not a sandwich, raisin bread toasted, it's a healthy version to the bacon, egg, cheese sandwich of old.


This "Sangwich" is a mortadella, roasted Cubanelle pepper, one slice of provolone, on Italian bread. This is a much smaller version than I used to eat.


A baked ham "Sandwich". This one features baked ham, sliced cucumbers, and a slice of red onion on a sesame roll. I would be happy to use a whole wheat bread if I could find one with a good crust and some texture.


This "Sangwich" a remodeled version of an Italian classic. It's Italian sausage, with meat sauce, Italian sharp cheese, on crusty Italian bread. Again it's a smaller portion.

Well I think I got it right. So I think I'll have a second cup of Nantucket.

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21 comments:

  1. Hey Alan,
    I am with you on the raisin toast. All the sandwiches look good.
    As for whole wheat bread, try either Panera or Whole Foods.
    I am assuming you took those pictures over the course of time. :)
    Ed

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    1. Ed,
      Thanks.
      Raisin toast will put you in a good mood.
      I'm going to check out Panera today.

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  2. You should be opening your own deli ! Those sandwiches look like they would be the perfect break between the afternoon "hatch" and the evening spinner fall !

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    1. Mark,
      Thanks.
      afternoon "hatch" and evening spinner fall....I like that.

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  3. Brk
    I could really get into the rasin bread, I will have my wife to check out the bread store. Thanks for sharing

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    1. Bill Trussell,
      Thanks.
      Once you start, there's no turning back.

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  4. good thing I was reading this while eating lunch today. of course now I am craving a Italian sausage sangwich!!

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    1. Passinthru Outdoors,
      Thanks.
      I'd like to see a "sangwich" made from some one of those wild turkey breasts.

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  5. YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMYUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMYUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!! That is all I have to say :) Tight Lines.

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    1. Trout MaGee,
      Thanks.
      Nuff said buddy.

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  6. I can always count on you to make me hungry at some point while reading your posts , I'll take one of each!

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    1. HighPlainsFlyFisher,
      Thanks.
      They're on the way.

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  7. Once you get into the raisin bread thing, after you butter it, add a little cinnamon sugar for a decadent treat.

    Mark

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    1. Shoreman,
      Thanks.
      I'll try that, sounds good.

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  8. Oh good lord. I'm a sandwich junkie. This post was awesome...and now I need to find me a hoagie pronto. It's all about the bread.

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    1. troutrageous1,
      Thanks.
      Your right the bread is the main ingredient.
      Good luck on your Southern trip.

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  9. It's not a sandwich..but a manwich..

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    1. penbayman,
      Thanks.
      All this talk about sandwiches. I got a craving for a Maine Lobstah Roll.
      Can you help me.

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    2. I'd make a wicked good one for you mista'!

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    3. Everyone knows sangwiches taste better than sandwiches.

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    4. CD,
      Thanks.
      That's for sure.

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