I have a quick post for today. I have a super long weekend and I’m psyched to get ready for our visiting family!
If we can see Christmas in July, why can’t we have Thanksgiving more often? I randomly thought of Thanksgiving sandwiches one night for dinner when it was rainy and gross out. It was a fun one and super fast. I know nobody needs a recipe but I did want to throw the idea out there. I’ll have to make some more deli-like sandwiches soon.
One of my favorite Friends episodes features a Thanksgiving Sandwich with a Moist Maker. Sooo funny. I’ll have to try soaking bread in gravy for the middle sometime too.
seedless rye bread
thick cut turkey
Assemble and enjoy
I made some maple brussels sprouts and sweet potato puffs alongside the sandwiches. It was a really fun and different dinner. Mr. J loved it.
We had the rest for lunch the next day. I really like the different textures and temperatures of thanksgiving sandwiches. The warm stuffing and cool cranberry makes this very special.
I wanted whole berry cranberry sauce but that’s hard to find in May. The carving board turkey worked perfectly and was closer to real turkey than deli meat I’ve had before.
I’m a huge fan of Thanksgiving sandwiches! This one looks delicious.