Thursday, June 11, 2009


Yes, it is true I am a Sandwich Artist. As many of you know I worked at Subway when at Rochester, and there learned how to make a lot of sandwiches very fast. The funny part though is that there is actually no "art" to their "artistry". They have a formula and you better stick to it. As for at home though, that's were the fun begins.

I have always been a big fan of the sandwich, maybe its the similarity to pizza...bread, cheese...

The sandwich is so versatile, with a few basic components you can make an infinite number of sandwiches. By changing the bread, protein (cheese and or meat), veggies and dressing you can rearrange them to create almost any taste.

Last night we went to a friends baseball game (Go Lukey!!) and brought sandwiches with us. I had picked up some great looking mushrooms at the farmers market. I sauteed these with a touch of salt and pepper and oil. I topped with a yellow tomato, wild arugula and fresh mozzarella. Then a little salt and pepper and Italian seasoning and EVOO and Balsamic. To really make your sandwiches taste great, make sure to season them with salt and pepper. It makes a good sandwiches turn great.

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