Monday, February 27, 2012

Man-friendly recipe.

Make this & it will be a huge hit. Guaranteed. I did a few thangs wrong (which I will share) and it was still delish.  Brett loved it....I loved it....our pups were jealous.  Oh, and our house smelled rillll good.

ALSO, please excuse my novice recipe posting skillz!  Some things that bug me about other blogs is that the recipe is super hard to follow & there are questions left unanswered. So, I'll try to make it as easy as possible.

  1. Get some bread.  French roll style bread. Or a baguette.  I seriously googled french roll to see what it looks like so I didn't look confused and lost in Central Market. No shame here.
  2. Cut the loaf in half but NOT all the way so that it can still fold over.
  3. Spread butter on one half & mayo on the other. As much as you want.
  4. Put in a toaster oven until you see the butter start to melt. {note: we only had a big oven to work with so I put it in the broiler on 500 degrees.  this BURNT the bread immediately & didn't toast it enough to get the crisp I wanted.  Lesson: if your broiler allows, turn down the heat to about 350 degrees.  If it doesn't, I recommend baking the bread in the oven around 350/400 until butter starts to melt}
  5. After you see butter melting, take out the bread.  Keep oven/toaster oven on.  Immediately put some avocados on thurr.  I eliminated this step b/c the hubs doesn't care for those green thangs.  But add some if you dare.
  6. Then layer thinly sliced turkey over the bread & avocados.  I used Boar's Head Oven Roasted turkey sliced to the thinnest the deli gurl allowed.  Put as much as you want.
  7. Next layer fully-cooked bacon.  I got the bacon ready earlier in the day & put about two slices.
  8. LAST BUT NOT LEAST. Lots of muenster cheese.  The type of cheese makes the sandwich. It's amaze.  Enough to cover all the bottom layers.
  9. After all that, put back in the oven/toaster oven until you see the cheese start to melt & bubble. It's easy to judge! Trust me, if I can do it, you can.
  10. Eat it, then wish you had more.
I served this with a side of sweet potato fries & of course beer.

Here is how mine turned out:

Ain't the prettiest dish, but good lawd it is good. 

Recipe List:
  • French Roll or Baguette
  • Butter
  • Mayo 
  • Avocado
  • Oven Roasted Deli Turkey
  • Fully cooked bacon
  • Muenster Cheese


  1. Muenster cheese!!!!!!!!!!! Sounds so yummy!!!!!!

  2. now send me yours so the world can see how good your recipes are!!!!! :)