Twilight has a piece on sandwiches [H/T Rossa]:
The two girls, Maura and Aileen would make sandwiches of whatever we were presented with as breakfast, lunch or evening meal. I’d watch with fascination as they’d take two slices of regular white sliced bread and create a thing of mouth-watering deliciousness from it all. I’m sure their version must have tasted much better than mine, eaten knife-and-forkly, but I never dared to copy their style.
Here’s a list of the best sandwiches in America- couldn’t find one for the UK.
I like naan or other flat bread best, lightly heated, minus butter these days. Then I take, as those girls did, a perfectly ordinary meal – say, mince and chili, shredded cabbage, with one or two other embellishments and turn them into a sandwich. Maybe throw in some mushies and slice of tomato.
Of the bought type, tuna mayonnaise, egg mayonnaise [preferably with lettuce] or the plain old ploughmans do the trick for me. What floats your boat?