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30 SANDWICHES

30 DAYS TRISHA YEARWOOD


editorial Sandwiches can be, quietly, the juiciest western gastronomy uprising of the last 100 years. No cake, no ‘hot dog’ or pizza, or chicken ‘broaster’, or any other dish of modernity that comes close in terms of consumer acceptance and tastiness. As there are a lot of ‘junk’ between two breads, there are also sublime pieces. This is precisely why you need to say without fear: a good sándwich can be the most satisfying bite of the month, over many dishes pretentious. When everything its place, when all the elements of that sandwich explote in your mouth, when all the chewed become in aware and pleasan movement, we face the revolution. Yes, that’s, a sandwich in another great revolution…at rock level! So if, each one with their agitation, with condiments, with it’s “layers”, sauces and accompaniments. However, to agree on the minimum, preferably there are four issues that should be met: 1. 2. 3.

Always warm and lightly toasted bread. Juicy, always juicy sandwich. Always have fries with a sandwich.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 30 sandwiches 30 days pg.4 what to eat at the office pg.9 Trisha Yearwood pg.10 must try pg. 14

Marcela Mejia Laura Camacho Juliana Sotomayot Miguel Restrepo


30 SANDWICHES

30 DAYS We love to declare that sandwiches besides to be healthy and easy to make, you can use any kind of ingredients between bread, vegetables, meats, sausages and more. Sandwiches never fall out of favor. Our sandwiches are invention over technique. Sandwiches are generally cheap and fairy hard to screw up, but in the next few pages, you can enjoy a high-quality sandwiches home made. This recipes are taken of asking people which were their favorites ingredients, and which of those would preferred to be added on a sandwich. We trimmed down to 30 sandwiches we really considered the best.


30 sandwuiches 30 days 1. B.A.L.T

2. Fig and prociutto

3. sausage and peppers

SMEARSANDWICH BREAD, MAYO, LEMON JUICE, BACON, AVOCADO, LETTUCE, AND TOMATO.

CIABATTA, PROSCIUTTO, FIGS AND RUGULA.

OLIVE OIL, SWEET ITALIAN SAUSAGE, PEPPERS, ONION, AND FRENCH BREAD.

4. Fish and chili-lime

5. open toasted almond

6. cheese and pears

TOASTED ALMONDS, OLIVE OIL, LEMON JUICE, LEMON RIND, FRESH SAGE. CRUSTY BREAD, PECORINO OR PARMESAN CHEESE.

BUTTER, SANWICH BREAD. PEARS, CHEDDAR CHEESE.

7. CROQUE MONSIEUR

8. EGGPLANT AND PARM

9.lyonnaise sandwich

BUTTER SANDWICH BREAD, HAM (NO PROSCIUTTO). GRUYERE CHEESE, DIJON MUSTARD.

EGGPLANT, OLIVE OIL, SALT, PEPPER, MOZZARELLA, TOMATOES, BASIL, AND PARMESAN.

BREAD, FRISEE, PANCETTA OR BACON, POACHED FRIED EGG, OLIVE OIL, WINE VINEGAR AND DIJON MUSTARD.

FISH FILLET IN CORNMEAL MAYO, LIME JUICE, CHILI POWDER, GARLIC, LETTUCE, CILANTRO, AND TOMATOES.


30 sandwuiches 30 days 10. shrimp and vegetables

11. turkey apple burger

12. Prociutto/asparagus

COOKEDSHRIMP, SESAME OIL, SOY SAUCE, FLATBREAD, CABBAGE, MUNG BEANS, SHIITAKE MUSHROOMS.

TURKEY, ONION, APPLES, SALT AND PEPPER, SAGE OTHER SALAD GREEN, DIJON MUSTARD.

PROSCIUTTO, BAGUETTE, ASPARAGUS, ARUGULA OLIVE OIL, LEMON.

13. Nut-which

14. spicy crab salad

15. goatcheese/spinach

BANANA, HONEY, ALMONDS, AVOCADO, PEANUTS, SWEET POTATOES, HEZELNUTS, APRICOTS, PEACHES AND PISTACHIOS.

CRAB MEAT, SESAME OIL., CHILI, SCALLION, GARLIC, SALT, SAVOY CABBAGE, AND LIME JUICE.

GOAT CHEESE, OREGANO, THYME, CROISSANT, SPINACH, ARUGULA, OLIVES OR RED PEPPERS.

16. thaksgiving

17. turkish lamb

18. chicken red-pepper

WHOLE - WHEAT TOAST, GOAT CHEESE, CRANBERRY SAUCE, TURKEY, AVOCADO, BACON.

LAMB, ONIONS, GARLIC, CINNAMON, SALT, PITA, TOMATOES, LETTUCE, YOGURT, LEMON, ONION.

RED PEPPERS, OLIVE OIL, BALSAMIC VINEGAR, SALT, CIBATTA, CHICKEN, ARUGULA.


30 sandwuiches 30 days 19. nicoisehero

20. pork onion relish

21. pb, b & b

TUNA, OLIVES, CAPERS, LETTUCE, TOMATOES, GREEN BEANS, LEMON, HARD BOILED EGG

ONION, OLIVE OIL, RED - WINE VINEGAR, PORK, SOURDOUGH BREAD.

WHITE BREAD, PEANUT BUTTER, BACON, BANANA.

22. sushi sandwich

23. smoked salmon

24. bistro baguette

RICE CAKE, TUNA, WASABI PASTE, SOY SAUCE, CHOPPED PICKLED GINGER, NORI SEAWEED.

CREAM CHEESE, PUMPER NICKEL BREAD, SMOKED SALMON, DILL. LEMON.

SKIRT STEAK, ONION, OLIVE OIL, TOMATOES AND MUSTARD.

25. roastbeef

26. grape and cheese

27, beet grilled cheese

HORSERADISH, MAYO, WHOLE - GRAIN BREAD, ROAST BEEF, ONION, ARUGULA

BUTTER, HONEY WHOLE WHEAT BREAD, LEGGIO CHEESE, RED GRAPES.

BEET, SHERRY VINEGAR, SALT, PEPPER, BUTTER 9 GRAIN BREAD, CHEVRE.

28. sweet hot mustard

29. black forest ham

30. banana and cheese

BUTTER, PRERZEL ROLL, SWEET HOT MUSTARD, JARLSBERG CHEESE

ONION, BUTTER, LIGHTRYE BREAD, CAMBOZOLA CHEESE, BLACK FOREST HAM.

FROMAGE BLANC, SUGAR, VANILLA, BANANA, BUTTER, CINNAMON RAISIN BREAD


What to eat at the office

by

KERRY TORrens Nutritional therapist

For many, finding something wholesome to eat at lunch can be tricky. Office lunchtime options can be limited or stodgy and are likely to leave you feeling fairly lacklustre by mid-afternoon. Nutritional therapist, Kerry Torrens offers up her top tips for avoiding the lunching workplace-woes...

Avoid the afternoon lull

Low glycaemic foods like rye bread and oatcakes provide slow-releasing energy, which keeps blood sugar stable. Including these foods in your lunch can help you get through that tricky mid-afternoon slump when a sticky bun and a cup of tea look so tempting. Go one step further and swap your mid-afternoon sugar hit for a more sustaining option like oatcakes with nut butter and a piece of fruit - this will guarantee you make it through to supper without sabotaging your good intentions.

Balance your lunch

Selecting a green salad from the canteen menu may seem like the healthy choice, but it’s not enough. Add starchy carbs like a portion of brown rice, quinoa or noodles as well as protein like chicken, fish or beans. Alternatively, bring your own lunch. If all else fails and the canteen is the only option, replace at least one meat meal a week with a veggie bean dish, or one based on oily fish like salmon, trout or sardines. And don’t be tempted when you’re queuing to scoop up sweets and chocolate at the till - an occasional treat is not a problem but when it becomes a daily habit it is. When you do have to resort to a sandwich at your desk, opt for wholegrain bread with a low-fat filling such as chicken, prawn or tuna salad - but hold the mayo.

Less coffee, more water

During a working day, do you find yourself at the coffee machine without even realising that you’ve left your desk? Excess caffeine is an energy drainer, so aim to match every cup of coffee or tea with a glass of water, and be sure to finish the water before you return for your next caffeine boost. If time permits, get outside during your tea break for a quick trot around the block to help renew energy levels and give yourself a fresh perspective on the afternoon ahead.

Time is of the essence

If you tend to munch your lunch in front of your computer or while you’re dealing with queries on the phone, you won’t be giving your body the chance to register that you’ve eaten. Eating in a hurry, or when your brain is engaged with other activities is likely to lead to over-eating as well as poor digestion. Take time over your food and savour each and every mouthful, that way your brain and body will know when you’ve had enough.


TRISHA YEARWOOD

Country superstar to best seller cookbook author, Yearwood has done it all! Trisha Yearwood, has won three Grammy Awards速, two Academy of Country Music Awards, three Country Music Association honors and had 19 top 10 singles, released her first best-selling cookbook, Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen, in 2008. Her second book, Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood, followed in 2010. Both books reached the #1 position on the New York Times best-seller list in the Advice, How-To and Miscellaneous category. She has granted us the honor of sharing some time as well as some of her best recipes with us, give them a try at home.


WHITE CHOCOLATE CRAMBERY COOKIES Total Time: Prep Inactive Cook

1 hr 50 min 20 min 1 hr 0 min 30 min

INGREDIENTS

1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 1 large egg 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda 1 cup dried cranberries, chopped 3/4 cup white chocolate chips 3/4 cup macadamia nuts

Yield Level

2 dozen Easy

DIRECTIONS

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line 2 baking sheet with parchment paper. With an electric mixer, cream the butter and both sugars together until smooth. Add the vanilla and egg, mixing well. Sift together the flour and baking soda. Spoon the flour mixture gradually into the creamed sugar mixture. Stir in the cranberries, white chocolate chips and macadamia nuts. Drop by heaping spoonfuls, about 2 tablespoons, onto the prepared baking sheets, 2 inches apart. Bake one sheet at a time until lightly golden on top and the edges are set, 12 to 15 minutes. Cool on the sheet about 5 minutes, and then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely


Total Time: Prep Cook

1 hr 5 min 10 min 55 min

INGREDIENTS 1 cup light brown sugar, packed 1/2 cup granulated sugar 2 large eggs 1 cup chopped pecans 1/2 cup (1 stick butter), melted 2 tablespoons milk 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract One 9-inch deep dish pie shell, unbaked, or homemade pastry 1 cup pecan halves Vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, for serving

Yield: Level:

8 servings Easy

DIRECTIONS

Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F. In a large mixing bowl, mix the brown sugar, granulated sugar and eggs until creamy. Add the chopped pecans, melted butter, milk, flour and vanilla extract and stir to combine. Pour the mixture into the pie shell. Arrange the pecan halves on top of the pie in a circular pattern. Bake the pie for 55 minutes. Check for doneness by shaking the pan slightly. The pie should be firm with only a slight jiggle in the center. It will set more as it cools. Serve topped with vanilla ice cream or with a dollop of whipped cream.

PECAN PIE


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