Saturday, February 11, 2006

I Got Your Sandwich Right Here

You want sandwiches? I got sandwiches. Good ones. Bloggable ones.
Here is a sampling of some of my previously blogged sandwiches.


You got your Avocado sandwich with mayonnaise, garlic powder, salt, pepper and cilantro.

You got your classic BLT, no explanation required.

You got your end-of-summer basic tomato sandwich with cucumbers and mayonnaise.

You got your criterial turkey sandwich with iceberg lettuce, mayonnaise and a smudge of cranberry sauce.

Oh, yeah, there's other kinds of sandwiches too. Cheese sandwiches. Good ones.

28 comments:

Jamie said...

You have inspired me! That BLT, especially, is droolworthy.

Around here, the hot sandwich du jour is the home-cured ham sandwich. We wish pigs had, like, eight legs. :-)

I think I will make it a point sometime during 2006 to procure an all-Georgia PBJ. Muscadine jelly.

cookiecrumb said...

Jamie, dammit, it's 9:20 at night here, and you just made my tummy rumble. Muscadine jelly, Georgia PB, homemade bread... Aargh!
(Have you visited Food Blog S'cool to see what all the sandwich frenzy is about? Use the Cheese link on my post.)
Of *course* your sandwich o' the day is ham. Man, I need a pig. (Oh, right. On my condominium patio. Along with the goat and the chickens. Shoot. Cranky and I were *thisclose* to talking to you about your farm...)
:D

Passionate Eater said...

I agree with Al Pacino's wise words in Scent of a Woman of "Hoo-Hah!!" Or, simply put, you made me hungry like a beast. Great sandwich ideas! Cilantro and avocado? Wow, how did that taste and where did you get that innovative idea from?

Genevieve said...

for me, sandwiches are all about the bread, and that bread in that last picture you posted looks heavenly. the crust to crumb ratio is spot on. :)

Kalyn said...

Just for the record, I really do care what you are having for lunch.
xoxo

kudzu said...

jamie just inspired my breakfast entree: a PBJ made with scuppernong jelly (lighter cousin of muscadine). It would be more authentic if I had some white, thin-sliced Merita bread, the staple in Georgia homes when I was a tad. I order jams. jellies, grits, etc. online to satisfy my Southern cravings.

Jamie said...

Cookiecrumb - Yes, I visited the link...I think it's a riot, and I encourage sandwich blogging to the max. You and Ilva especially are cracking me up right now. :-)

I heart food blogging,

mg said...

o, you crack me up! I'd been giggling too much... LOVE the new banner!!!

Your sandwiches looks the business. I'm going to eat cheese sandwich for lunch on Thursday...

And if you are really considering keeping a pig in your patio, would you be doing a 'Weekend Pig Blogging'?

xxx

Greg said...

Nice looking sammies!

Kevin said...

CC,

Good for you!

Sandwich post coming up!

Melissa said...

Heh heh heh! Good retort.

Nice meeting you & Mr. Not-so-cranky-after-all yesterday. ;-) Next time, bring the cutie Bean Sprout!

cookiecrumb said...

See, I've just proved sandwich blogging can be delicious and relevant! Har.
kudzu: Ah, so that explains your nickname. Cute.
Melissa: Back atcha! xxxx Did you get the message I sent to your Web site?
Thanks, all!

karina said...

What a glorious bevy of sandwich delights. Enough to make even the most [boring] cheese hound weep.

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mrs d said...

Yum. BLTs are the best.

Did you see? Some yutz over on the FBS thread just called called me snarky!

Oh, no! I've lost a reader. I shall weep. (Not.)

cookiecrumb said...

Snarky! Horrors, you? No!

cookiecrumb said...

PE: I forgot to say -- cilantro and avocado is just divine (I always try to add some to my guacamole). But I must say it was Cranky who thought of layering avocado open-faced sandwiches (on toast) with cilantro leaves.

mrs d said...

Oh for frack's sake. Now we're being called a lynch mob.

(Some people are entirely lacking in the humor department.)

I wish my mom liked cilantro. Since we have to cook for her as well, we can't use it often.

cookiecrumb said...

Oh hell, you're doing RSS feeds, aren't you? I haven't fully set up my Bloglines yet.
Thanks for the update. Idjits.
But yeah, we are a blogflashmob. Lynch mob? No.
(Your dear mom can't tolerate the taste of cilantro; I understand that. You must sneak off the reservation to satisfy your lust. If only I could grow it...)

mrs d said...

I don't have RSS for comments -- I've just been compulsively surfing over to FBS to see the latest. It's a royal Food Fight now. Sheesh. I wanna slap some people.

Apparently there's a percentage of the population that thinks cilantro tastes like soap. I don't get it, but then I have other things I simply can't take (Brussels sprouts, liver) so I'll respect her dislike and keep the cilantro to a minimum.

cookiecrumb said...

I know about the soap thing. I don't have it. But I have issues with cooked green bell peppers, just for e.g. So I forgive your mum. I'm really iffy on Brussels sprouts. I like 'em best if I shred them or dismantle them into leaves first.
Anyway.
OK, I'm goin' to see FBS! Hah! Fun.

mrs d said...

Eeep. Sam killed the comments. I think it was the right thing to do. We were all having a bit of fun till this one bloke rode up on his high horse. (I can't abide high horses. I like ponies much better.)

cookiecrumb said...

Hah! We "cross posted."

Jennifer Maiser said...

i love love love your new banner

cookiecrumb said...

Thank you, beautiful!

Mona said...

Yah, me too. GOOOO NEW BANNER! And the pix of those sandwiches are great. I love the support your showing to The Cause (I'll just call it that for now). Now I'm about to dig into my lame turkey sandwich lunch, not nearly as cool looking as the ones I see here..

MM said...

Fab post! I think I may have been the proverbial straw that broke that high camel's back at FBS. Pity as I thought my reply was darn funny myself. But then I am usually the only who thinks that.

Cheese logs and keyboards at dawn, ladies! Me sammich coming up on Thursday

cookiecrumb said...

mm: You are allowed to reproduce your camel-killing comment here, no sanitizing, no editing, no censoring! ("High camel." Titter. Very good.)
Aux barricades! Aux fromage et pain!