Don makes a sandwich to die for. We buy the bread from Cobbs Bakery. He cuts it in half. He spreads dijon mustard on one side and lays out thinly sliced roast beef. Spreads a very thin amount of horseradish on the beef. Then he adds thinly sliced ham. We are not even halfway there! Now he adds thinly sliced sun dried tomato turkey breast. The fourth meat is Italian mild Genoa. This is about the only thing that is thin…..certainly not my waistline.
On this goes slices of Havarti cheese to cover the entire surface. Strips of roasted red pepper is laid over the cheese and avocado slices on top of the peppers. Thin slices of tomato covers this. Lastly, he spreads mayonnaise on the top half of the rodini loaf. Replace the top half and wrap in tin foil.
Wrap this CAREFULLY in tin foil and heat in a 350 degree oven until the cheese starts to melt. Remove from the oven and slice it up like a pie. This is absolutely the best sandwich you can make.
He gets requests for this all the time. Not just in our home. For luncheons at Church, friends having company, etc. Yup! He’s a real keeper.