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For the love of food...

18 December 2008

I made this sandwich a while ago, but I have been meaning to share it with the world. It was nothing extraordinarily gourmet but still, lets all share a moment of silence for a work of art.
Here's what we did, you will need:
A loaf of good crusty Sourdough bread
An Avocado (we usually just slice these up, but with the crusty bread, it just tended to be squished out that way, so we mashed it up with a bit of salt)
Tomato, sliced
Deli Sliced Turkey
Spinach
Craisens
Provolone (I am sorta boring when it comes to cheese, I am sure you could do something much more exciting)
Mayo
Lemon dressing- (I didn't measure so sorry) About even parts of Olive oil and Lemon Juice, add a little water, Salt, pepper and minced garlic. Mix together. Toss with the spinach (if there is extra spinach, it is great as a small side salad.)
Simply stack them all together and ta-da! A great sandwich. Since the bread was tough to cut through, you may want to cut it in half. Use toothpick to hold everything in place as you cut it, the smaller pieces will help you keep it all together better as you eat it. We served it with a really crisp sweet apple and some kettle cooked salt and vinegar (if you can find Mrs. Vickies those are the best).
Enjoy!

6 comments:

deidra December 18, 2008 at 5:43 PM  

Mmm! Looks good. We have half an avocado in our fridge-- looks like I know what we're having for dinner!

Bobbi December 18, 2008 at 6:08 PM  

I read this post this morning, and have thought of it at least twice since then! I am gonna have to try it or at least of variation of whatever we have at our house:)

Destinee December 23, 2008 at 7:21 PM  

That looks absolutely divine! I wish I could grab hold of it right now! Can't wait to try it!

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