- Peanut butter and jelly sandwich (I used to like bacon on mine, but I've yet to try veggie bacon and I doubt that I will...)
- "California" sandwich (avocado, sprouts, cheese, tomato, mustard) with BBQ kettle chips crushed on the sandwich
- Roasted red pepper and cheese panini
- Burnt cheesetoast sandwich (blackened bread, two slices of cold American cheese) < Don't ask me where this one came from, this is just how I ate sandwiches as a kid, and it was a textural wonder. Best if you let the burnt bread cool as completely as you can so it doesn't affect the coldness of the cheese when you put it on.
Most Complicated/Theoretically Mind-Blowing Sandwich. Okay, so we made this pasta from Pioneer Woman last night:
Our only changes were that we used tricolor spiral pasta and added mushrooms because, well, we eat mushrooms in everything.
I served this with crunchy parmesan garlic bread, and ended up eating most of my pasta on the garlic bread with a little bit of Italian salad on top. I spent half of the meal thinking about what a completely mind-blowing sandwich this pasta would make. If anyone tries it, let me know.
The pasta is pretty amazing by itself, coincidentally.