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Entries from the ‘Sandy’s Sandwiches’ Category

Chickpea and Potato Croquette'wiches

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Growing up, croquettes made a bi-weekly appearance on our dinner table. Sometimes they were chicken, sometimes tuna, and occasionally whatever leftovers were around. We had applesauce for the [&hellip…

Apple and Maple Brined Pork Sandwiches

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We get lots of calls about brining turkeys on our Thanksgiving hotline each year and I’ve been intrigued. This Thanksgiving I finally brined my own and the end result [&hellip…

Asian-Style Stuffed Turkey Sliders

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Small turkey burgers with an Asian twist and a stuffing of peanut butter, seasoned the way you might a satay sauce; that’s what’s up for today’s sandwich. I’ve been [&hellip…

Pork and Sweet Potato Tacos

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If your idea of a taco is ground meat, a tomato sauce, shredded lettuce, and cheese in a crisp, deep-fried taco shell, it’s time to think again. Hit [&hellip…

Tuna Salad Sandwich (my way)

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I love Pan de Sal-a Filipino salt bread that’s a little bit sweet, with a nice crumb and so easy to make. The one thing I don’t get [&hellip…

Today's Sandwich: Banh Mi

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Today’s sandwich has become increasingly popular in the U.S. and it comes by way of Vietnam. Banh Mi is a sandwich served on a baguette with your choice of [&hellip…

Torta Milanesa

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Today’s sandwich: a torta. Okay, you’re wondering what is that anyway? Well, a torta is a Mexican sandwich packed on a bollilo, which is essentially a 6-to-8-inch roll [&hellip…

Muenster, Marinated Artichoke, and Mushroom Panini

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Who doesn’t love a panini?  In Italy, a panino is a small bread roll and panini is the plural of panino. Both generally have meat and/or cheese and may [&hellip…