This post is sponsored by Good Cook as part of the Kitchen Experts program.
Sandwich..what is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear that word? PB&J’s? Ham and Cheese? BLT? Sure those are the tried and true classics, but there are so many other ways to enjoy this classic lunch item, one of which I want to share with you! And for even more delicious sandwich ideas check out the LINKY at the bottom for a great selection of Good Cook Kitchen Expert sandwich recipes! But first…
As part of the Good Cook Kitchen Experts program, I received this handy Good Cook Ultimate Sandwich Kit which comes with everything you need to make your masterpiece! And it was perfect for making my husband’s favorite sandwich, The Great American Old Fashioned!
Each Good Cook Ultimate Sandwich Kit comes with a set of 4, mini Flexible Cutting Mats which are perfect for using for multi-ingredient recipes; no more having to wash the cutting board each time you need it for a different ingredient! The handy Slice Precise helps you cut tomatoes, onions and more into perfectly even slices. A classic Cheese Slicer is also included for cutting thin slices off a block of cheese. With the incredible Good Cook 5″ Non-Stick Sandwich Knife you can easily and evenly spread condiments thanks to its wide blade, and the serrated blade slices easily through bread, tomatoes and more! Plus you don’t have to worry about bread crumbs sticking to it as it is covered with a non-stick coating! Once you use all these tools to make the perfect sandwich, store it in the extra big Deluxe Sandwich Keeper, which is made of durable, dishwasher-safe plastic and is bog enough to hold a triple-decker sandwich!
Now for my husband’s favorite sandwich…
The Great American Old Fashioned
2 pieces of Honey Wheat Bread
2 slices of ham
2 slices of turkey
2 slices of Roast Beef
1 slice of American Cheese
Fresh Ground Sea Salt
Fresh Ground Black Pepper
Fresh Sliced Tomato
Fresh Sliced Onion
1. Spread the mayo on both slices of bread.
2. Add salt and pepper to both slices.
3. Add 1 piece of turkey, 1 piece of ham and 1 piece of roast beef on each slice of bread.
4. Add the slice of American cheese to one of the slices of bread.
5. Add slivers of fresh-cut onion to the slice with the cheese then top with plenty of lettuce (or use fresh spinach for a change!).
6. Add a fresh tomato slice on top of the lettuce (check out the perfect tomato slices thanks to the Slice Precise!).
7. Put the two sides together and lunch is ready!
For a warm weekend treat, toast it in the oven for a few minutes before you add the onions, tomatoes and lettuce. To make it ‘to go’, just put it in the Sandwich Keeper and pack it up!
Be sure to check out these great sandwich making tips from some of my fellow Good Cook Kitchen Experts! There are all kinds of delicious sandwiches you should try!
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- 2 pieces of Honey Wheat Bread
- 2 slices of ham
- 2 slices of turkey
- 2 slices of Roast Beef
- 1 slice of American Cheese
- Fresh Ground Sea Salt
- Fresh Ground Black Pepper
- Fresh Sliced Tomato
- Fresh Sliced Onion
Spread the mayo on both slices of bread.
Add salt and pepper to both slices.
Add 1 piece of turkey, 1 piece of ham and 1 piece of roast beef on each slice of bread.
Add the slice of American cheese to one of the slices of bread.
Add slivers of fresh-cut onion to the slice with the cheese then top with plenty of lettuce (or use fresh spinach for a change!).
Add a fresh tomato slice on top of the lettuce (check out the perfect tomato slices thanks to the Slice Precise!).
Put the two sides together and lunch is ready!
For a warm weekend treat, toast it in the oven for a few minutes before you add the onions, tomatoes and lettuce. To make it 'to go', just put it in the Sandwich Keeper and pack it up!
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