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Sandwich Monday is all about the sandwiches of today, but from time to time we like to look back at historically significant sandwiches. Today, it’s an 80′s classic, from “The Breakfast Club.” Remember the lunchroom scene:
We set out to recreate Sheedy’s sandwich: white bread, wheat bread, butter, Pixy Stix (we chose grape), and a whole lot of Cap’n Crunch cereal. It was way worse than any of us expected. Except for Mike. He liked it.
Magda, Hater of sandwiches and lover of domain names, is sketching up a sketchy sandwich every day during National Sandwith month. Check it out!
I hate sandwiches but I like thinking up recipes for sandwiches. I am sketching one of my fantasy sandwiches every day during August.
I used to work with Magda at XPLANE. Cheers!
Wanna tackle National Sandwich Month next year? Here’s a cheat sheet:
Man cannot live on bread alone. Well, maybe he can if it’s topped with tasty combos of meats, veggies, cheese and condiments. We’ve got tempting suggestions for every day of the month.
September 17th, 2009 • Recipes
You know, this sounds good:
- Arrange your cheese on bread (1 cheese per side!)
- Melt your cheese on bread (60 seconds)
- Align your meat (2 piles!)
- Heat your meat (30 seconds)
- Flip your meat and heat it again (15 seconds)
- Deposit your meat on the bread
- Heat your french fries (cooking time varies)
- Heat your (pre-cooked) bacon (10 seconds)
- Delegate your bacon and french fries to opposide sides
- Pour gravy on each side
- Finish assembly and enjoy!
Go see. Then let me know.
July 28th, 2009 • Recipes
And the winner is…
Ten-year-old Jordyn from Lebanon, PA, is this year’s winner of the Seventh Annual Jif® Most Creative Peanut Butter Sandwich Contest. Jordyn was inspired by an authentic Louisiana sandwich to create her winning “Po’ Boy Peanut Butter Chicken Cheesesteak” sandwich. Jordyn’s sandwich is a spin on a cheesesteak, made with chicken, peppers, onions and mozzarella cheese and a sauce made up of Jif peanut butter, Worcestershire sauce, honey, and honey mustard. She has won a $25,000 scholarship fund.
June 13th, 2009 • Recipes
A patented system from Europe (“Croustwich”) for the preparation, presentation and distribution of fresh, healthy and nutritional sandwiches. Cold or hot fillings in fresh baked warm bread. Rapid, efficient with a variety of custom sandwich offerings.
Seriously, looks pretty cool. Who wouldn’t want a sandwich in 10 seconds? Read about it for yourself: Maverick Cuisine Mavwich Croustwich.
Note: The Mavwich above is not the same as the Mavwich below. Very much NOT the same.
March 26th, 2009 • Recipes
Dang! Check this out.
“The winner of Jif’s Most Creative Peanut Butter Sandwich Contest this year was the Po’ Boy Peanut Butter Chicken Cheese Steak, created by Jordyn Boyer, age 10. Featuring ingredients like Worcestershire sauce, mozzarella, a hoagie bun, and chicken, that jar of strawberry jelly might find itself collecting dust in the pantry for quite some time.”
Well here’s something we hadn’t though of… The McGangBang!
The McGangBang ranks up there in the holy pantheon of WTF. It’s a sandwich made from a double cheeseburger and a McChicken sandwich — where you put an entire McChicken sandwich inside a double cheeseburger. It’s a creative manipulation of existing menu items, and an exerhttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifcise in frugality: taking two items off of the Dollar Menu and creating an entirely new sandwich for a total of $2.16. Truly, it’s a sandwich that’s more than the sum of its parts.
Do you sneak to the kitchen and create a masterpiece sandwich in the middle of the night? Does the thought of not having a sandwich for lunch fill you with horror
We Love Sandwiches is a place where you can look for fantastic sandwich recipes, rate them and add your own.”
March 8th, 2007 • Recipes
“Today, in an attempt to eat things we have on hand instead of ordering/buying something, I cooked two pieces of bacon and put it on some leftover jalapeno foccacia bread. It’s funny when you make something on a whim or with leftovers that is great. This was great. Bread would probably be my #2 desire behind meat. No secret that I love sandwiches as they include both.”