Saturday, December 11, 2010

It may not sound good

but a sandwich with fried bologna, bleu cheese, roast beef, muenster cheese, and ham is a tasty concoction indeed, particularly after you heat it up in a panini maker.

I'm just sayin'.

No one else seemed to appreciate my magnificent creation, but when are artists, even sandwich artists, truly appreciated in their lifetimes?

Yeah, it was make-your-own-sandwiches night here as we indulged in the annual viewing of the unrated cut of Bad Santa.

4 comments:

J. Griffin Barber said...

Ah, but you left out what manner of bread that fine concoction of pork and parts was assembled upon! We must know!

Mark said...

Fair enough. In this case, it was a healthy nine-grain bread, which had the strength to handle that hefty load.

J. Griffin Barber said...

As, indeed, any bread must, when subjected to such stresses. I would have gone for a French or Ciabatta, however.

Mark said...

Alas, I had to go with what was available, and the nine-grain was the sturdiest of the bunch. I was actually hoping for a thick and strong roll, but so it goes.

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