Rachel Dolecheck

www.racheldolecheck.com

So here’s a story about a sandwich. The best sandwich ever in history of sandwiches according to 5-6 people. Also known as Tina. I literally just made that up while deciding to write this post.

It’s about a famous sandwich that I make, of course. And just to be clear only 5-6 people have been graced with the opportunity to try it. I first made this bad boy in high school. I think it was sophomore year (but also bad memory). I used to only eat at home during the summer, and it was either frozen pizza/pizza rolls, quesadillas, or my famous sandwich.

Either my mom or dad would occasionally bring home the most amazing bread from the grocery. I’m talking that Italian bakery bread. The bread that doesn’t even need butter.

Anywho, I decided to use the delicious bread to make my most amazing sandwich (however I’m open and have used multiple types of bread – per my photo of wheat bread).

I thought I’d just go through the steps for any of those 5-6 people that might be wondering what the mystery behind the best sandwich in the history of sandwiches is.

Step 1: Gather ingredients (this depends on your preference) I use –

  • Bread
  • Turkey
  • Swiss cheese
  • Lettuce
  • Bacon
  • Honey mustard and/or chipotle sauce

Step 2: Begin cooking bacon (but only if you like bacon of course).

Step 3: Toast bread. Now this depends on the type of bread you have. Regular old sandwich bread, throw that in the toaster, but the Italian goodness (a delicacy) goes in the oven on broil for about 5-6 min.

Step 4: Fire up your turkey in the delicious bacon grease. I mean my goodness. My mouth is watering just thinking about this masterpiece of a sandwich. Now the key here is to clean some of that grease out of pan, yet leaving just enough to cook your turkey slices with. Depending on how hungry you are, start with about 4 slices (sometimes 4 and 1/2 if you’re feeling crazy) on your pan. Cook on low for about 5 min. Now, flip and add your cheese on top of the turkey until its melting deliciously down the sides.

Step 5: CHECK YOUR BREAD! Don’t let that baby burn.

Step 6: I am assuming you have taken out your bread and now time to physically make this bad boy. Put your turkey and melted cheese directly on your toasted bread, add the bacon and lettuce, and drizzle your secret sauce (I have been loving chipotle mayo lately) on your other naked piece of bread.

7. Let sit for… just kidding, eat that baby as soon as it’s made and let it burn the hell out of your mouth because it’s just that good.

And that’s on periodt.

-R

One thought on “Tina

  1. Carolyn Dolecheck says:

    Guess Grandmother will have to add this recipe to her cookbook!

    Liked by 1 person

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