Author Sue Grafton describes this sandwich in her book "Q is for Quarry". The protagonist moans in joy when she first tastes this. From the description, I just knew I had to try it. This is very good! You may be tempted to add mustard or other condiments, but don't. The flavors stand on their own.
I like this recipe because the pasta and other ingredients all cook in the same pan, so there is only one pan to wash. This is mildly spiced so the kids can enjoy it too. You can kick it up if you want.
An elegant appetizer that is so easy! This is a "fork and knife" type appetizer that makes a great first course for a sit-down dinner. This can be prepared in advance and refrigerated until ready to bake.
A few years ago, I saw this recipe in a magazine just before we left for vacation. As soon as we reached our destination, I went to the supermarket and purchased the ingredients. We drank these every day of vacation. That was the best vacation ever!