Lunch Should Not Be A Sin

17 Sep

… but this one comes REALLY close!

Words can not express how good this sandwich was!

Words can not express how good this sandwich was!

I know the picture is crap, but I was in a hurry to EAT it, LOL!

What you’re looking at here is:

Ham, Turkey, Roast Beef, Cheddar, and Provolone on homemade Parmesan Oregano bread, topped with Red Onion, Oregano, Mayo and Olive Oil.

I thought my sandwich from last night was good… I was wrong.  This is the closest non-dessert I’ve come to sin on a plate.

I also made some Apple Cinnamon Macadamia Bread with Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Crust, for which I got the base recipe here, added a few ingredients (like Macadamia nuts and a handful of oatmeal), substituted a couple of ingredients (sunflower oil for canola, pumpkin pie spice mix for ground clove and allspice).  It turned out pretty tasty, if I do say so myself!

Apple Cinnamon Macadamia Nut Bread, fresh out the oven!

Apple Cinnamon Macadamia Nut Bread, fresh out the oven!

Apple Cinnamon Macadamia Nut Bread, sans a slice or two!

Apple Cinnamon Macadamia Nut Bread, sans a slice or two!

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4 Responses to “Lunch Should Not Be A Sin”

  1. spiritchild1972 September 17, 2013 at 3:02 pm #

    What’s Provolone? As a Pollotarian (only eat the occasional organic free range but of chicken, so I’m probably more Vegetarian in a mouth than Chicken eater lol) I can sounds it sounds yummy apart from the beef. As someone who doesn’t eat lunch, My God girl that looks like heaven on a plate that I would be way too afraid to eat lol I can taste it in my mouth now ggggrrrrrrrr

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    • KraftedKhaos September 17, 2013 at 3:18 pm #

      Provolone is a mild, white cheese, usually sold here in slices, and used a lot on sandwiches. It’s one of my favorite types of cheese outside of the sharp cheddars.

      Mmm, I love beef. Roast Beef, Corned Beef, Steak, Prime Rib, Beef Tips in Gravy…

      I’m a hard-core carnivore, and eat almost all of my red meat on the rare side. But to each their own 🙂 I know why you eat the way you eat, and even if I didn’t, I still respect everyone else’s right to choose what they consume.

      What do you think of my bread? It turned out so much better than I thought it would! Even the second batch that didn’t turn out as good was still WAY better than anything I’ve bought off the shelf at the store!

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  2. PinotNinja September 17, 2013 at 5:41 pm #

    DAMN! That looks amazing!

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    • KraftedKhaos September 17, 2013 at 7:59 pm #

      Please excuse the lack of humility in my reply when I say:

      It IS amazing!

      I’ve eaten sandwiches at some of those frou-frou restaurants that couldn’t even think of comparing to it… add to that the extra pride in knowing I baked the bread myself, and it’s incomparable to anything I’ve ever purchased before.

      To be honest, I’d pay $10 for that sandwich (if someone could actually get me to try it for the first time, that is… I’m not one to pay that kind of scratch for a sandwich I’ve never tried before) at a restaurant/bakery/deli type place.

      Words can’t express just how good that sandwich really was.

      I wish you could have tried it, but alas, you’ll have to make the bread yourself if you want one, LOL!

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