Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Best Sandwiches With No Meat

Toasted Tomato

The perfect sandwich for an afternoon snack, comprised of sliced tomato on toast with a slathering of mayo and ample fresh ground pepper. Guaranteed to latch onto your taste buds and headbutt them.

Grilled Cheese

A classic in the sandwich world, it proves that sliced process cheese does serve a purpose, although real cheese does enhance the experience. The gooey melty goodness can be the foundation for many possibilities, such as adding tomato, olive, spaghetti sauce, mushrooms, onions, or sliced meat. Also, if your eating the plain grilled cheese without dipping it in applesauce, your doing it all wrong. Get with the program already!

Apple, Cheddar, and Jam

Critically acclaimed as the perfect breakfast sandwich, it's was first put together in 1930 when a clever chef decided to make the perfect breakfast sandwich. The trifecta of deliciousness is simply strawberry jam, sliced apple, and sharp cheddar cheese on toast. Warning! If you skimp on the cheese and go for something low quality or of a 'whiz' variety, a portal will open and you will be drawn into a dimension of darkness.

Holiday Defeat
Also known as the Super Carb Attack Sandwich, it's the one you make in the middle of the night comprised of the leftovers from Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner (turkey excluded). It's most delicious when hastily make in the dark and may include dressing/stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberries, sweet yams, and turnips.

Peanut Butter and Jelly
Ranked as the most popular use of peanut butter with jelly, this sandwich is the only one in history ever to be knighted. Famous for being supremely satisfying and easy to make - even a one-armed man can do it in 40 seconds - it will go down in history as the poor man's steak.

1 comment:

Cole D'Arc said...

There are sandwiches with no meat?