When I walk into the ham and sausage of the grocery store, I’m always drawn towards the vast array of hams on display. I intend to try every single ham on display and pick my favourite from the lot. Not too long ago, I picked up 2 varieties for my sandwich lunches. Black Forest Ham and Turkey Ham.
As much as I love sandwiches (and I do heart them a lot), I rarely buy bread because more often than not, I’m the only one eating bread at home and they usually turn moldy before I get gown half the package. I’ve learnt since to keep my bread in the fridge/freezer. That extends their lifespan by a lot, giving me plenty of time to finish the package. What’s best about it is that sandwiches are very easy to pull together. And if there isn’t much dressing or sauce used, they stay fresh all the way till lunch. I want to make it a point to have sandwiches more often. Rice and noodles can be a bit much sometimes.
Anyhoo, I’m pretty sure you know how to make sandwiches :-D. I just want to show you what I used to make mine. I had ham sandwiches 2 days in a row. They were pretty much the same but I still want to post pictures of both. Because I can 😛
I think this beats Subway anytime. Don’t you think?