I recently tried this sandwich from Starbucks. The original sandwich was Black Forest ham, brie cheese, honey mustard, and dried cherries on a French baguette. I can't eat dairy products, so I painstakingly stripped the sandwich of Brie, which was difficult since Brie is a soft cheese. What I had left was delicious though. Not normally a fan of Black Forest ham, I would buy it in order to recreate this sandwich. I'm posting this for safekeeping, so I don't forget how to make it. Try not to think of this as a true copycat, but inspired by the original. The honey mustard, dried cherries, and ham go together like a dream. I never would have tried this combination, but glad I did. Making your own, even if you add Brie to yours will be a lot cheaper, too. Ingredients are for one sandwich, but the amounts are to taste. If you want to add the Brie, the original Starbuck's sandwich had 4 thick slices that were laid out 2 across and 2 down on a long french baguette. Each of the Brie slices were probably an inch long and 1/4 inch wide and several centimeters thick. They were laid out on top of the ham.
- To assemble the sandwich, split the French baguette lengthwise, but not all the way through, so that there's a "hinge" on one side.
- Spread desired amount of honey mustard on both sides.
- Pile on the sliced Black Forest ham.
- Sprinkle with desired amount of dried cherries.
- Close up the two sides of the sandwich, and eat. :).