What do you put between two slices of bread? It’s question most of us face on a daily basis. Not the same old, same old anymore! Here are five suggestions anyone can use to add some pizzazz to their sandwich routine.
Grilling your sandwiches is a great way to make an ordinary sandwich extraordinary. Don’t want to worry about heating up the outside grill? Use your indoor grill, griddle or sandwich press to make a Panini.
Grilled Apple, Bacon and Cheddar Sandwich with Roasted Red Onion Mayo
Breakfast Sandwiches Rule!
If you find yourself not having enough time to enjoy a filling breakfast in the mornings, try throwing together a quick breakfast sandwich and taking it on the go. Or treat yourself on the weekend and in the evenings to more extravagant breakfast sandwich like this Sausage, Pancake and Egg Sandwich.
Reinvent last night’s dinner into today’s out-of-this world lunch. Meatloaf, roast, grilled chicken, or prime ribs all make great proteins to add to your sandwiches. Standard lunch meat sandwiches are fine, but don’t be afraid to kick your sandwiches up a notch with one of these more specialty meats.
Prime Rib Sandwich with Caramelized Onions, Arugula and Horseradish Cream
Make It Messy
Think outside of your bread! Have fun with your sandwiches, like with this dressed up version of sloppy joes. Hearty, and totally filling, these sandwiches are nearly as much fun to eat, as they are to make. Just be sure to have plenty of towels handy!
A Little Goes a Long Way
Don’t ask us why, but eating things in miniature is just more fun! Take your favorite sandwich fillings and stick them in little sliders- it’s makes them easier to share. Sliders perfect social appetizers too, so take them to parties or whip some up when you’re entertaining guests.
Fig Balsamic Pork Tenderloin Sliders
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Join Paula and family for a Party at Sea to the Eastern Caribbean (San Juan, St. Thomas and St. Maarten - roundtrip from Miami) aboard the Celebrity Reflection presented by Alice Travel. Click here for more information, and please note that the Paula Deen cruise is only available by booking directly with Alice Travel. We are running out of space, so book as soon as possible!
Paula Deen is coming to Buffalo, NY to perform a live cooking show and let VIP ticket holders enjoy a delicious Southern feast with a menu created by Paula herself! Both events will be held at Samuel’s Grand Manner in Williamsville, NY which offers a refined elegance in a classically modern setting. The VIP lunch will be held at 12:00pm on February 8th and will go until approximately 2:00pm (doors will open at 11:30am). The lunch will include a hearty helping of Southern style cuisine which is personally selected by Paula, a Southern Cooking Bible cookbook, a photo op with Paula where she will also be signing autographs, a gift package, and preferred seating at that evenings cooking show! The cooking show will begin at 3:00pm on February 8th and run about 60 minutes long (doors will open at 2:15pm). Paula will be cooking up some of her favorite meals live for you at Samuel’s Grand Manor! Seating is unreserved and is “first come, first served”.
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Join Paula and family for a Party at Sea aboard Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas to Labadee, Jamaica, and Cozumel (roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale) presented by Alice Travel. We will be having special, separate events for kids on this one with Jack Deen hosting the kids program! Click here for more information, and please note that the Paula Deen cruise is only available by booking directly with Alice Travel Book now before the prices start going up on the cruise and air!