I didn’t want to post this. But, I lost a mean game of rock-paper-scissors. Therefore my dear readers, you must endure a post about the man sandwich from my husband:
Perhaps looking for a something to do with that leftover turkey? If you’re hungry, try making this “hell of a sandwich”. This idea was inspired by his trip to South Africa. He was so impressed by the quality of the meat and eggs and produce in South Africa, that he wanted to reconstruct a version of a double decker sandwich he had while down there. Here in the US, your avocado might not be as green, your eggs might not be as deep a rich orange, and you may have to use turkey instead of ostrich or springbok, but if you have a good appetite, you will probably enjoy this hell of a sandwich.
-Three thick slices of good bread
-A big chuck of cheese (gouda preferable)
-quarter pound of thick cut (cooked) meat- ostrich or springbok preferable, but turkey leftovers or pork or even chicken are usable
-6 strips of thick cut bacon
-Toast your favorite bread, three slices.
-Cook six strips of thick cut bacon in a pan.
-Once the bacon is done, fry two eggs, without adding any butter or milk. Put the eggs right in the pan that you fried the bacon in, without removing the grease.
-Once the eggs are done, put the previously cooked meat in the frying pan to warm it up.
-Take the bread out, and create the following layers:
1-first layer: bacon, then egg, then avocado.
2- second layer: Put down another layer of bread. Cover it with the cheese. Then put down the tomato, the meat, and then finally the mayonnaise.
Now you have one hell of a sandwich. Cut her in half and open wide!
I knew I should have gone with scissors…next time.