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I n an effort to health up my family’s lunches, I am steering away from those frozen prepackaged sandwiches that saved me back in my busy December, to homemade frozen sandwiches, and so far so good. The Frozen Chicken Sandwich was a huge hit with my kids so I moved on to trying the Cheeseburger by simply increasing the size of my White Castle-like Sliders . Start by sprinkling a large 11×17 inch pan with dried minced onions and pressing 2.5 pounds of ground beef over top.
These sandwiches are known by various names depending on where you live in this country. Some of those names include: Submarine, Heros, Hoagie, Grinder, Po' Boy, Rocket, Torpedo, Dagwood, Hero, Zepplin, and Italian Sandwich. These are king-sized sandwich on a loaf of bread approximately 12 inches long and 3 inches wide, filled with various cold cuts and many different trimmings. Dagwood Sandwiches It is a multi-layered sandwich with a variety of fillings.
Enjoy a hot and hearty sandwich for lunch, griddled until toasty or piled high with pastrami, grilled steak, cheese, or roasted vegetables. Choose from Reubens, slow-cooker pulled pork, sloppy joes, cheesesteak, Monte Cristos, eggplant parmesan, and much more. Spicy brown mustard replaces the usual Russian dressing in this easy version of a classic deli sandwich. Layer corned beef, sauerkraut, and Swiss cheese on toasted, buttered rye bread and bake until the cheese melts.
Making the same tired old peanut butter and jelly sandwich on sliced bread day after day, week after week can’t be exciting. And no matter how often the kids request it, can it really be all that thrilling to eat over and over again? We’re going to assume the answer to that is no.
Musical pairing – The Quidditch Match by John Williams I am completely in love with the world of Harry Potter. I wear my Gryffindor scarf with pride. I pick up sticks when I’m on walks with my husband just to wave them in the air at him and say “Expelliarmus!”