Here's another food I could live on! My DH, however, feels he had too many sandwiches during the years he worked in construction, so he isn't as fond of them. I hope to reform him a little with some of these recipes!
I had an awful craving hit me for one of these wonderful K-mart Sub's and HAD to have one! I searched high and low and finally found a woman on a message board that used to work the deli counter in the late 80's at a K-mart in Dayton, Ohio. This was one of the same stores that my Mom would take me as a kid to get one of these wonderful sub's and a frozen Coke! I used to stand in front of the counter and watch them make these sub's and remembered all but one of the ingredients. Make sure that you wrap your sub's and allow them to sit for 30 minutes before serving or they are not the same. This allows the bread, meat and veggies to show some love to one another.
These appetizers are sooo delicious! Everyone is always asking for this recipe, even those who don't like crab. This recipe was handed down from my mother, and I don't know where she got it from. I guarantee that if you serve these at your next get together, they will be gobbled up.
My Grandma and her sisters got together every couple of weeks to play bridge. She always made these sandwiches when it was her turn to host--and spent most of the day in the kitchen guarding the refrigerator to keep all the rest of us from stealing them! I changed the bread to whole wheat, as I like it better, but you can use whatever suits you--we also use pumpernickel or rye.
This makes some of the best hot sandwiches. Delicious, deeply flavored beef with rich aujus for dipping. Put it together in the morning and come home to a great meal! We like it with a green salad and some chips on the side. I'm not sure where this came from- maybe the food network or some magazine. The left-overs(if there are any) freeze well. Thaw, thicken the aujus and add any remaining meat and serve over rice or noodles.
I am officially addicted to burgers! But not the plain ground beef patties - BORING!! Who says all the good stuff has to go on top of the burger? Since finding some awesome burger recipes on Recipezaar, I've been doing some experimenting on my own. This is my own invention. Warning: measurements are approximate!
Can be made in a frying pan or grill (the George Foreman type) I found this recipe on the net, changed it a bit and at the moment it is an addiction!
I like it brushed with the olive oil but my preference is to use mayonnaise and use this method now all the time ever since I made Dawnab's Recipe #108522
A while ago there was a discussion of these types of sandwiches cooked in a bundt pan and I thought this one looked interesting and would be great for a get together - serve warm or at room temperature. Recipe source: local newspaper
This is an easy way to cook sausage, peppers and onions together. They cook to be really juicy and acquire the flavor of the vegetables while cooking. I serve the mixture on hoagie rolls. You could also add shredded Mozzarella atop sausages/vegies and put back in the oven, just until the cheese melts! These are great with oven french fries. This recipe could also be expanded and taken to potluck dinners and kept warm in a crock-pot and just have the hoagie rolls on the side for people to make their own sandwiches. There are alot of possibilities with this recipe.
Courtesy of Tyler Florence from Tyler's Ultimate. These looked and sounded so good that I posted this for all to share. June 10/2009 - we keep on making these and here are some of the ideas. We grilled the onions instead of caramelizing them on the stove, added Dijon mustard to the herbed mayo & added it with the scallions & chopped-up parsley & also, added Cheddar both white & sharp (added a nice kick)!