I'm sure not everyone will agree with this, alone this addition may be grotesque to some.
I'll build up the anticipation a little.
Before Dillon's closed down last year, I would frequent their deli for roast beef, turkey, ham, cheese, and what not.
One day, something caught my eye.
These particular ones were stored in olive oil and stuffed with cream cheese.
Well, I got a half-pound to try them out. I could only handle about one or two, the taste was too strong.
I contemplated what I could do with these things, I had so many.
So I sliced them in half and put them on a sandwich.
The explosion of flavor in my mouth, nothing else put on a sandwich can compare.
Well, Dillon's is closed. I am hard pressed to find fresh olives.
I have to resort to pickled olives, but the funny thing is it still makes a sandwich amazing.
I have a jar of green olives stuff with pimiento. Not as good as the fresh ones with cream cheese, but I take what I can get.
So for anyone on a budget, and eating the same *bleeping* sandwich for lunch everyday.
Put some green olives on it. Believe me, you won't regret it. Unless of course, you are some kind of extraterrestrial....