I’m always amazed by the awesome recipes I stumble upon when I take time to weed through my disheveled, disorganized, disaster of a filing system I’ve got going on. Today’s wraps are a great example of a long forgotten old favorite, and I came across the recipe at the perfect time. We had a chaotic night where the whole DamFam was going to be rushing off to various events (meetings, practices, yadda yadda yadda) and dinner was eaten in shifts. I set up a little wrap-building assembly line in the morning and made wraps to everyone’s specifications (service with a smile, don’tcha know). I rolled them in sheets of parchment, labeled them with black crayon ala’ Jimmy Johns, and stashed them in the fridge for later consumption. I even made two extra for cold lunches the following day — how smart was that?
Okay, okay – I know this isn’t the best photo I’ve ever taken. But I sincerely hope it conveys to you the overall feeling that this sandwich is trying to express — which is that of a gooey, casual, and somewhat rustic concoction on toasted French peasant bread. Yum. It won’t win any beauty contests, but I just ate the photo shoot and it. was. DELISH!
As promised, here is the second sandwich in a series of five that I’m trying this week and next – I love this one. All you need is a toaster and a sharp knife! I served it with dill pickle spears, a big bowl of cherries, and handfuls of Sendik’s potato chips.
I’ve made these sandwiches at LEAST five times since I first happened upon the recipe back in March. This is rare for me (rare, get it?) because normally I’m all about trying new and different recipes so that I fresh, family friendly material to share here. But we all need easy dishes that are simple Read more