I only made two layers of the ingredients, which was good, since I could barely get it in my mouth! Wonderful flavor, and sitting on it was funny.
LOLOLOL....how fun. The looks my kids gave me when they thought I "accidently" sat on our lunch. hee hee I made this for a picnic outing we had when we took the quads out. They were all starving when they got back and couldn't wait to eat. I began getting the lunch unpacked and sat the sandwich on the bench of the table and "oops" mom sat on it....lol. We got such a great laugh and a yummy meal from this....thank you so much.....too funny and tasty, Stephanie
I have not tryed this but will this weekend out on out boat. I want to try it just from the other comments and it sounds good! I will let you know how we liked it and if we have any funny stories about the sandwich. I made this for the weekend and it was great! my daughter (15) thought I had lost my mind when i told her to sit on lunch,we had a good laugh and a great lunch!
Perfect! Thought the mayo/artichoke juice might be too much but it worked well. Used an Asiago Garlic Loaf. Perfect to take on the boat!
Travelled well in the cooler & lasted 2 1/2 days without getting mushy! I did turn it over & had it firmly wrapped in plastic wrap & then in a gallon ziplock bag. Made as directed - all who had it said they would order this if it were on the menu in a deli - Thank you Julesong, for a great sandwich recipe to feed 6 to 8 people with! We will be making this one again in the near future (too easy to have on hand when weekend guests need lunch NOW when coming in from the beach) - LOL!
My family loved this sandwich. When I told my grown boys that I sat on it, they weren't sure if they wanted to eat it, I assured them it was wrapped in plastic and I put a towel on it. It was still good the next day to take on the boat. I will be making this often.
Yummy, yummy, yummy! LOVE making the zesty mayo with the artichoke marinade; genius! Everyone grubbed this sandwich and were so psyched. Thanks Julesong!
We loved this sandwich Julie, I used a rye loaf with turkey, ham, turkey pastrami, pepperoni, provolone cheese, marinated artichokes, tomato slices, sliced ripe olives and sliced red onion. The kids all took turns sitting on it, with my husband doing the final sit. This would be great for a picnic. Thanks Julie, your recipes are always great. Dawn_MO
This sandwich is AMAZING! I made it about 8 hours prior to serving. I wrapped it up in plastic wrap and stuck it in a cooler for the long ride to our cabin. We were so tired and hungry when we got there and it was so nice to slice up the ready made sandwich. The flavors were fantistic! I loved the artichoke hearts and the dressing. The bread wasn't at all soggy. We had one slice left over that I had for lunch the next day. It still wan't soggy and tasted wonderful. I love this recipe. It is just perfect!
This is a tasty sandwich. I think next time I'll drop the artichokes and try mixing in some Italian dressing with the mayo. Thanks so much for sharing this. :~D