Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Poor and Hungry: Farmer's Sandwich

This is one of my favorite sandwiches to make.  It's inexpensive, simple, and perfect to take to work (and you don't need a fridge!).

It's the Farmer's Sandwich.  What I like to do, is head to Whole Foods, pick up their "day old" bread from the bakery (which ends up being less than $2 -- and sidebar, its a perfect way for a single girl who can't eat a loaf before it goes stale.. and I hate freezer bread.  It's still soft and delicious.).. then use what I have at home for the rest.

So simple, Farmer's Sandwich:
-Bread (usually with a thick crust -- think french bread or a big roll) cut down the middle
-Cheese -- sharp cheddar works great, but so does gouda, swiss, or a harder cheese (brie might be good.. but may get iffy later in the day without an icepack)
-Granny Smith Apples Sliced

Wrap it up, and done. 


Lisa said...

Gooooood golly Miss Molly, I could live off sandwiches like this. Just made one with fake bacon (on the Foreman Grill), tomatoes, leafy lettuce, and thick bread... perfectly pressed and warmed on the Foreman. Last night I had the same, with pepperjack cheese. Dank! (Do we still say that? If not, it should be brought back for sandwich goodness.)

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