The original recipe from missionfoods.com didn't include chicken, egg, or avocado - things that I think of with a Cobb salad, so I always add them. This is a good, messy sandwich that usually requires a knife and fork.
These tasty little sandwiches are great for appetizers, tea parties, ladies luncheons, etc., but my husband ate two full size sandwiches for lunch, and loved them. The recipe is from One of a Kind, a Mobile Junior League community cookbook I received from Sweetpea Burgess in the recent cookbook swap.
Note for the World Tour participants - this recipe is included in the British category. These are ideal little sandwiches to be served with tea, as is common in Britain.
These are great for a quick lunch. You could even send them to school for something other than a sandwich. From Easy Everyday Cooking. Freeze these wrapped individually in foil for upto a month - thaw and reheat for 10 minutes or until heated through.
A friend of mine is a master of delicious meats and this is just one more of his amazing creations. This makes the house smell awesome and is excellent piled high on a roll with melty Provolone cheese. Oh, and don't forget the bibs...this one is messy!
This recipe is great for parties, and you can store it ready-to-go in the freezer for up to two months. It's very handy to keep some frozen for those random black-tie affairs that sometimes pop up at one's residence unexpectedly. This recipe came from "Southern Living, 1993 Annual Recipes". I have found this a great gift for batchelor friends, stores easily, broils easily and impresses ladies and parents alike!
This recipe came from the Grand Rapids Press. We have a recipe section once a week and they always highlight a particular person w/a posted recipe. This is a hit w/my kids. Similar to a wrap only baked. Kinda like pizza too. Feel free to add/delete as needed as you can't mess it up.
A delicious recipe from Ina Garten's cookbook, Barefoot Contessa at Home. If you don't have a panini press, that's okay, just place in a skillet with a heavy weight on top(foil covered brick, or heavy cast iron skillet, etc.) Enjoy!
This is one of those recipes that is so quick and easy that I have been using it for years now without needing to take another look at it. So I can't figure out where I originally got the idea. Delicious and easy to adjust to your tastes!
My Mom made these often when I was growing up and I have always loved them! I think this is the most authentic and traditional way to make these.Traditional Sausage and Peppers do NOT have tomato sauce! We always ate them on Italian sub rolls with mustard but you could eat these alone with good crusty bread on the side. This serves 8 and can easily be scaled down or increased depending on how many you want to feed.
We used to take our kids for one last summer camping trip to the Pacific Ocean during the weekend before school started each fall. One of our favorite towns was Seaside, Oregon. And in Seaside, there was (and maybe still is...I don't know as I haven't been back there in over 10 years) a great little family-owned deli that served the most scrumptous sandwiches and soups. My favorite sandwich was their Garden Sandwich. YUM YUM YUM! I grabbed a take-out menu during one of our trips so that I could make the sandwich at home---no reason to wait another year to enjoy such a great sandwich!