Monday, March 1, 2010

A Quick Sandwich and an Announcement

First, the sandwich. This is my regular bbq pulled chicken with bacon, but I added about a third of a cup of orange juice to it at the end and let it reduce/absorb into the chicken. It was a great addition, added some nice brightness to what is otherwise a really rich dish. Plus that's an asiago bagel it's on, which makes it insane. That was a really good combo.

Now, my announcement. I am on Facebook. This is something I had actually been resisting for some time, but I figure that right now I have all this free time so it's the perfect time to do it. Heh.

32 comments:

Meghan said...

As soon as I saw that picture I thought "that's an asiago cheese bagel!" I LOVE them! Never thought to make a sandwich out of it, yum!

Wandering Coyote said...

The Facebook link you posted takes me to my own FB news feed and not to your page. You can email me at coyotewandering[at]yahoo[dot]ca to let me know how to add you!

Lea Ann said...

Well of course that sandwich looks yummy and I'm heading over to Facebook to be a follower. I'm on facebook too, for better or worse.

Goldie said...

Wow, dude, you took the plunge....FaceBook. Brave man! Let us know how it goes--I've been contemplating it, too, mostly due to friends nagging me constantly. I just don't know if I have time for work, blogging AND FaceBook. Something's gotta give.

Joanne said...

Pulled pork on an asiago bagel! Genius. Pure genius.

Jenn said...

Drooling over that sandwich. Can you tell I'm going through meat withdrawal? hahaha... Is it Easter yet? I can't believe I gave it for lent.


PS. became a fan on FB :)

Hungry Dog said...

Looks awesome. Plus it's lunchtime here so it looks extra good!

Sage Trifle said...

I'm still resisting Facebook (and Twitter). I will be interested to learn whether another hold out thinks it's worth the time.

Orange juice in BBQ - sounds good.

The Dutch Baker's Daughter said...

Asiago cheese rocks! Your sandwich is droolworthy. I will look you up on Facebook when I get home from work.

Angie's Recipes said...

The sandwich looks mouthwatering!

Hayley said...

haha, facebook isn't that bad. of course, facebook first hit the scene when I was a freshman in college, so I was in the first wave of addicts...so I guess I can't really talk.

Bridgett said...

The asiago bagel just puts this right over the top. Yummy! I'm on facebook too, but actually don't know why, lol.

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Yum - I want a bite!

Danielle said...

yummy sammy and yeah for facebook. now you can join all the other bakespacers there LOL

Jeannie said...

Tha sandwich sure looks good! I only use facebook to play games:D

Culinary Alchemist said...

Good lookin sandwich Bob.... Oh, and welcome to the darkside... ;)

Julie said...

Ooh, chicken with bacon. Totally have to check out how you do that :)

Sook said...

Congrats on getting a facebook account, ha ha! You'd be hooked if you're like me.... :) The sandwich looks delicious! Perfect for lunch or dinner!

noobcook said...

same prob as wandering coyote, I couldn't access your fb link. Your sandwich looks great and I love the orange hue =)

Pocky said...

I love bagels. See pulled bbq chicken on it just made me drool even more.

Bob said...

Thanks kids! Hm, I'm not sure why the link isn't working. Facebooks help page isn't very helpful either. I'll keep checking around.

Anne said...

Yum, yum, yum! This sandwich looks amazing! I'm definitely going to have to try it! Oh, and I'm heading over to FB right now to become a fan!

Katherine Aucoin said...

That sandwich is the bomb! Reducing the organge juice really got my attention.

Congrats on FB...look me up!

Mary said...

I'm really wanting this sandwich. When Lent is over I'll give it a try. Have a great day, Bob.

Elra said...

Oh my, your sandwich is really making me so hungry.

Pam said...

The sandwich has left me drooling...yum.

doggybloggy said...

what a great looking sandwich!

My Little Space said...

Yummm... Love the look of the surface of that bread. Like I could almost smell it over here. Perfect sandwich bun! Facebook!!!! Errr... Maybe later!

Kathleen said...

Yum this sounds off the chart fab!

Joie de vivre said...

Bob,
Thanks for the tip about 1/4 can of milk per can of cream of mushroom soup. That makes so much more sense. Then it would make a thick sauce instead of boiling the chicken in soup. Thanks for visiting Bob!

Emily said...

I want that sandwich. Now, please.

Congrats on your Facebook!

5 Star Foodie said...

Ooo, sounds wonderful on the asiago bagel! Welcome to FB!

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