Thursday, February 5, 2009

Turkey Sandwich with Honey Mustard and Peppers

Yep, this is a short post about a turkey sandwich. Not a super spectacular, fancy pants one, just a really good one. I don't have step by step instructions because I wasn't planning on blogging it. But my apartment got some decent light while I was making it so I figured I would snap some pictures. Plus it was really good. Here it is:Honey turkey, red peppers, melted mozzarella, honey mustard, lettuce, a little fresh ground black pepper, on a toasted whole wheat roll. Simple, but wicked good. I would have put some onion on it if I had thought of it, some spinach would have been good instead of the lettuce and I think smoked cheese would have pushed it over the top. It would have gone great with some vegetable soup or some chips. A good ale would have been nice or some white wine. So there you go, that's it. Heh.

13 comments:

The Brutal Gourmet said...

Most of the best things are simple, and in my humble opinion, there is nothing in the world like a good sandwich.

ChefBliss.com said...

This looks delicious and satisfying! Thanks for sharing. I agree with you and Brutal Gourmet, most of the best things are simple!

Karen said...

Great picture! The sandwich looks perfect as is but I like your suggestions for other things, too. Sure beats the PB&J I had the other day for lunch. LOL

Spryte said...

I frickin LOVE sandwiches and yours always make me drool!!!

Dawn said...

I'm always up for photos of sammies! Looks good to me man!

Cate said...

OK now you're making me hungry for a turkey sandwich, instead of the dinner I planned...

Culinary Alchemist said...

Yum Yum and may I say Yum...! Did I mention Yum?

Reeni♥ said...

Love honey mustard and I always toast my bread, it just tastes better that way. I'm craving turkey and did you say smoked cheese? Gouda, mmmmmmmm...

noble pig said...

The meltes mozz puts it over the top yummo for me.

Bob said...

Brutal: So true.

ChefBliss: Thanks!

Karen: Mmmm, peanut butter and jelly. I usually eat those for dessert.

Spryte: Thanks! :)

Dawn: Thanks! Considering how often I eat sandwiches I'm sure there will be plenty more. Heh.

Cate: I'm a cruel man. ;)

Culinary Alchemist: Heh, thanks. :)

Reeni: Oh man, smoked gouda would have been perfect in that!

noble pig: Thanks!

Jenny said...

I'd LOVE this sammy, exactly my style!

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Bob said...

Jenny: Wow, thanks! I'm so excited. :)

duodishes said...

Definitely a good ale! Love the melted mozza! Simple is always good. We love pepperoncini on our sammies!

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