So it turns out I like to put lots of fun things on toasted sandwiches.  I posted one or two sandwich “recipes” but I thought it would be much better to just list the deliciosity than to attempt to post and take pictures of every sandwich I make for lunch.  Silliness!  So, this page is dedicated to those things that are too much to post, but yummy all the same and need sharing.


I’m pretty much in love with toasted sandwiches because I don’t have to douse them in butter and I feel pretty good after eating them.  Believe me, I have nothing against butter, its just that my slowly aging insides like those things less and less.  I’ve written the ingredient list for each sandwich in “layer” order from bottom to top.  Each sandwich is toasted for at least 5 minutes, unless otherwise noted.  Enjoy!

Apple-Cheddar-Spinach on Rye

  • Rye bread
  • Strawberry preserves AND fig & walnut spread
  • Craisins
  • Spinach leaves
  • Granny smith apples, sliced thin (or other sour apple)
  • Cheddar cheese, sliced to desired thickness (fatter pieces take longer to melt)

Leftover Pork Tenderloin on Multigrain Wheat

  • Multigrain wheat bread
  • Sharp cheddar cheese, sliced to desired thickness
  • Leftover pork tenderloin slices (of any marinade)
  • Spinach leaves
  • Grape or cherry tomatoes, sliced
  • Cracked pepper
  • Jalapeno jam

*I eventually toasted this open-faced so the meat would warm up faster without turning the bread into a burnt crisp.

Strawberry, Brie & Chocolate

  • Bread of choice
  • Soft brie cheese
  • Sliced strawberries (one should do it)
  • Chocolate of choice (I used dark chocolate chip morsels, but a bar should do just as well)

*This sandwhich was toasted open-faced.
**Also, mister doomthings deems this sandwich a “not-real” lunch.  OK, so it’s kind of like a dessert lunch.  YUM.

Tomato & Apple Quesadilla

  • Flour tortilla
  • Grape tomatoes, sliced
  • Grated monterey jack cheese
  • Granny smith apple slices (thin
  • Jalepeno jam (yes, this stuff exists and is seriously delicious)

*I made this with two tortillas, but folding over one tortilla for a “half-sammich” would work fine too.
**You could make this a “real” quesadilla by doing the grilled cheese thing, but like I said, I’m more a fan of toasting stuff, so I did just that for this sammich.

Tuna Melt

Tuna Melt Sammich | doomthings

  • Bread of choice
  • Tuna mix (tuna, mayo, dash of hot sauce, blop of mustard, chopped cucumbers, salt/pepper)
  • Sliced tomatoes
  • Sliced of Swiss cheese

*This sandwich was toasted open faced.


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