Tis the Season of the Sandwich

roasted_turkeyNational Sandwich Day may fall on November 3, but sandwiches are surely most honored on the days following Thanksgiving, when everyone’s fridge is loaded with amazing seasonal fixings, particularly if you think to cook or buy enough for leftovers. Note to self: make plenty.

Should you sit down to Thanksgiving dinner mid-day, by bedtime you’ll need a tide-me-over to breakfast. My favorite under these circumstances has always been the antidote to the feast – simply Roasted Turkey or Fried Turkey Breast on thin-sliced sandwich bread. Still have a bit of Thanksgiving ambition in you? Add a swipe of Blue Cheese-Chive Butter. That should do for a sandwich nightcap.




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On the Friday after Thanksgiving, reprise the groaning board with a customized gobbler – Sausage/ Stuffing and the Cranberry Relish are a triple threat. I like a little warm gravy on the side for dipping – the American dip, so to speak, which ought to be a classic.








macaroni_cheeseDay three, the Saturday following Thanksgiving, and you are, undoubtedly a little tired of turkey. Let’s hope the Macaroni and Cheese was one of your Thanksgiving sides. Hey, how about a grilled macaroni and cheese sandwich? It’s a thing, you know, and for good reason. Two nice slices of bread, both buttered on one side, a thick slab of mac-and-cheese in the middle, and grill away. A little bit of ham if you’ve got it, would not gild the lily.

And finally, to top off the weekend, turkey or ham biscuits are in order for Sunday brunch or lunch. That and a long afternoon nap should segue you comfortably into the post-holiday weekdays. Week days that will, if you are lucky, be punctuated by a few more turkey sandwich lunches!

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