Cucumber, Vidalia Onion and Cream Cheese Sandwiches

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Cucumber, Vidalia Onion and Cream Cheese Sandwiches

By Jamie and Bobby Deen

Y’all, it’s sandwich week here at Momma’s website and she asked us to add one of our favorites. You might think we would choose a juicy cheese-topped burger…or something smeared with pimento cheese. But, between the both of us we could probably devour ten of these Cucumber, Vidalia Onion and Cream Cheese Sandwiches each…without even blinking.

Cucumber, Vidalia Onion and Cream Cheese Sandwiches

Ingredients:
2 ounces cream cheese, softened
1/4 cup chopped, pitted kalamata olives
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
8 slices white bread, crusts removed if desired
1 medium cucumber, thinly sliced
1 small Vidalia onion, thinly sliced

Instructions:
In a small bowl, beat together the cream cheese, olives, and pepper. Spread each slice of bread generously with the cream cheese mixture. Top 4 slices of bread with cucumber and onion. Cover with the remaining 4 slices bread. Cut sandwiches into halves or quarters.

Servings: 8
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Difficulty: Easy

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Printing- you can copy and paste the recipe(s) of your choice. When you push print on your computer, you can select the option of "print selection"- this will print only what you copy and pasted without anything that was on the sides of the page. If your printer is not working, or you do not want to print with ink, you can select the option "print to file" and this will put your recipe on your computer. You can then rename the file and have a separate folder for all of your treasured recipes. In regards to the small print, you can adjust this as well, by first selecting 'page preview' before you print, and if it is not big enough for you, adjust the print size. It all has to do with each persons individual settings, not the website. Hope this helps!

By Sarah on June 21, 2011

Oh, yes, also, Could you please make the print larger.  I don’t know how to do it on my end.  In addition to all of my other infirmities, I am 72 years old and a candidate for Cataract surgery in a couple of weeks, and also surgery to remove hemoragging from my left eye, and so, I don’t see very well.
thank you again

By Vickie Peek on December 08, 2010

I like the sound of this recipe for the Vidalia Onion & Cream Cheese Sandwich.  Actually, I can almost taste it.  Unfortunately, I don’t have the memory that I use to have (early dimentia/alzheimers)and so I’m wondering if you can put a “print recipe” function on your newsletters’ recipes.  Like the one on Food Network recipes.  When I have to use my print function on my computer, I get pages and pages of stuff I don’t really want.  I just want the recipe.
Thanks for your consideration.

By Vickie Peek on December 08, 2010

Simply copy and paste recipes on Wordpad (or whatever application you have) on your computer. You can change the font, type size, etc of the recipes to your own liking. Save it or print it out!

By Theresa on September 24, 2010

I beat the problem of to much paper involved with trying to use my printer.  I just got out a 4x6 index card and hand copied.

By Joanne Elliott on September 06, 2010

i made these with the addition of a little oregano and mint in the cream cheese mixture and it was like a greek salad in a sandwich….

as for printing out a recipe, all one needs to do is cut and paste what you need to into a word document….. how hard is that? just because you don’t have a “print” option doesn’t mean it can’t be done.

By linda fiedler on September 02, 2010

Dear Paula, I love everything about your newsletter I have been to your restaurant in Savannah, have seen you in person in Chicago,and I have all of your books and magazines…..so as a fan, I do hesitate to even think about making a suggestion—but I will.  The recipe from your sons -The Vidalia Onion,Cucumber,Cream Cheese sandwich sounds wonderful!  I went to print it off and there wasn’t a print format available so you have to run everything else too.  I enjoy printing them and filing a category so it is easy to find. Again, Paula, it is simply a suggestion that all recipes be print available.  Thank you,Girlfriend !!!  Best Wishes, Debbie Gibbons

By Debbie Gibbons on August 31, 2010

I LOVE YOUR RECIPIES. WHY IS IT I CAN NEVER FIND A PLACE TO PRINT THEM. GETTING PRETTY DISGUSTED WITH THAT. I SIMPLY CANNOT SEE IT. ITS IT NOT THERE. IF I DO PRINT A RECIPE ITS ABOUT 3 PAGES LONG AS I GET ALL THE OTHER STUFF ON TEH WHOLE PAGE. PLEASE HELP

By PHYLLIS AND JIM MCCASH on August 31, 2010

On 8/30/2010 show on tv, you and your son made a mexican breakfast meal and an oatmeal, where Can I get the receipts.  My husband was very interested in the egg dish and I want the oatmeal.

Thank You, Paula I love your shows.

By Kathy Riccardino on August 30, 2010

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