The Sandwich You Must Try!

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If you are one of my readers in the U.S. you are probably scratching your head and looking at your calendar again. Yes it is October. And yes, I have gone on-and-on about it being fall, and how much I love fall. And well..this picture looks like July doesn’t it? Hah! You’re wrong, it was actually August!

Why has this picture been languishing in my “to-be-blogged” picture file? Well…look at it…it’s a sandwich and some grilled corn. Not much to look at, not much to blog about. But I felt compelled because lurking in this simple meal is a combination that can not, should not, be missed.

And that combination is…drumroll please…roasted red peppers and goat cheese. Yep, that’s it. If you want to always be prepared to have one of the best tasting, simplest sandwiches that you could ever make, keep a jar of roasted red peppers in your pantry and some goat cheese in your fridge. It’s that good. And if you are so inclined you can roast the red peppers yourself and make some goat’s milk cheese. Wait, I have to stop, I’m becoming lightheaded, I can’t even imagine the goodness of that.

That’s it folks, smear some goat cheese on a slice of bread, top with some roasted red peppers, add top slice of bread, toast or grill, and eat. You could probably add some fresh herbs, a bit of olive tapenade, or something else to jazz it up if you’d like, but you don’t really have to. The combination of the tangy goat’s milk cheese and the sweet red peppers can stand on it’s own.

So, tell me people, what’s your favorite easy sandwich?

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  1. says

    Tuna Melt! With tomato and cheese! On homemade bread, cooked in the George Foreman! If I don’t have tuna, I’ll take any leftover meat in my fridge (a new occurrance for me, since so many kids are in college, and I really haven’t learned to size down my cooking), or ham. Preferably turkey ham, since regular ham is just too salty for me.

  2. says

    Roasted red peppers and goats cheese do go well together. My “to-be-blogged” photo directory has a few photos in it as well.

    My favorite simple “sandwich” is toast with mayo, tomato, salt and pepper under melted cheddar cheese.

  3. Lori says

    I dig egg salad. My mom still makes me an egg salad sandwich when I’m over at my parents’ house.

    Pam, this looks so good. And I love goat cheese!

  4. Pam says

    Marjie – mmm, I havn’t had a tuna melt in ages. My grandmother used to make them all the time on Fridays.

    Kevin, it’s funny, I don’t like melted cheese with tomato on a sandwich. I love them together on a pizza, but not a sandwich. Isn’t that weird?

    Lori, oh, egg salad is good isn’t it? You know, I only have it around Easter! I never think of hard cooking eggs any other time.

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