I’m preparing a column for the Arizona Republic about a really cool party sandwich and I wanted to give you a quick pictorial step by step because this sandwich is a winner! It’s going to be just perfect for your New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day parties, and it’s also a fantastic picnic sandwich because you don’t have to worry about the crust drying out. (I remember packing sandwiches for a fly-fishing trip up at Lee’s Ferry a few years back. It took about 5 seconds for the bread to dry out and taste nasty in the heat and wind of the day. This sandwich would’ve come in handy while I was waiting for the “big one” to bite. Still waiting….)
Happy New Year! Here’s to an over-the-moon-hit-it-outta-the-park 2012!
Two parallel 40-year careers in media and in food that still excite me to this day. 24 farm animals that remind me that there are always needs much greater than mine. A tiny bit of free time here and there to go fly-fishing. And a kitchen that has become the joyful and busy heart of my home and my world.
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