Ok, this isn't really a recipe. But, it was wicked good. So I'm posting about it. All right then, I'm sure you are all familiar with club sandwiches. Three slices of toast, some kind of sliced meat, tomato, lettuce, bacon and often some kind of cheese. Good stuff. Usually it has mayonnaise on it (at least in my experience), but this one here doesn't. Instead of mayo it has Alouette. Alouette is a spreadable cheese that has herbs and stuff in it. I know I normally don't name names here, but I will pimp this stuff a bit because it's just so good. Anyone work for them? I would write a review of it in exchange for some free samples, wink wink. Heh. Anyway, let's make a sandwich.
First, toast. Three slices. I'm using some twelve grain bread I happened to have. Next is some Alouette. Then a pile of roast beef. I know turkey is more traditional, but I love roast beef clubs. Now the another piece of toast. A little more cheese, just to hold things still of course, and the lettuce. Feel free to ignore the chunks of cabbage. The lettuce is actually bag salad. Hey, it's what we had. Here, look at the sweet, delicious bacon. That should take your mind off of it. Heh.And the top. Notice, the sandwich is huge. Some squishing is in order. And that's that, give it as many slices as you feel the need to and then enjoy. Some people might be wondering where the tomato is. Well, I don't like tomatoes on sandwiches so I didn't put any on. Don't let that stop you though, you go ahead and put all the tomatoes you want on. A little red onion would be good too. My girlfriend likes cucumbers and pickles on her roast beef sandwiches. How about you folks? What would you put on it?