Your sandwich sounds good but Miracle Whip? Really? Try it with some mayo, please!
Here is mine. It takes a little work but worth it. I promise!
Take a double burner pan or griddle. Get it nice and medium hot with some butter (yes, the real stuff)
saute some onions and bell peppers and whatever else gets you excited
also, throw on some deli sliced turkey, chicken, and or beef
when the veggies get translucent put them on the meat and add provolone cheese on top
butter buns and give them about 1 minute on the griddle
put it together (with some mustard and / or mayo) and wonder why you ever buy a sandwich!
My favorite sandwhich would be tune, same as OP
fixed a certain way.
Second place the old fashion BLT - Bacon, lettuce and
tomato (prefer the vegs to be right out of the garden).
I never eat bacon any other way and I seldom make
a sandwhich. Do you know where the BLT originated?
Yes...(miracle whip)....my Grandmother helped to raise me and she used miracle whip....good childhood memories...but next time I will try some mayo.
I know how that goes! I was raised on fake mayo (MW), fake butter (margarine), and fake meat (sausage - haha) and fake cheese (american)! As an
adult, I have learned to appreciate the "real" stuff, yet maybe to my demise...
Happy New Year to you too Caladonea, thanks!
It seems there is a bit of interesting history to the ole sandwich.
The first time it was named sandwich was back in 1726 when the inventor of the sandwich, John Montague, the fourth earl of Sandwich, who was a
heavy gambler and was spending endless hours playing cards, kept asking for bread, cheese and meat. Because he kept the cards in one hand, he had to
use the other one to eat, so he though about placing the cheese and the meat between the slices of bread. The other players saw the earl’s invention
and started asking about the same type of food, calling it “Sandwich’s”.
The "Earl" of sandwich, sounds like a good name for a new sub shop!
In 1827, sandwiches were introduced in cooking books and by 1900, they were already famous in the United States. The most beloved sandwich here is
peanut butter and jelly sandwich, which was created by the soldiers fighting in the Second World War.
And don't forget the Elvis twist of adding sliced bananas.
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