Hot or cold sandwiches to be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Grilled Pimento Cheese Sandwich for #SundaySupper

April 6, 2014
Grilled Pimento Cheese Sandwich | Magnolia Days

Pimento cheese is widely identified as being southern food. The interesting thing is that it did not start out that way. It was a delicacy for the rich because of expensive ingredients of cheese and imported Spanish peppers. Tea sandwiches made with it were served at high-class events across the nation. Once commercially made cheeses […]

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Volcano Buffalo Burgers

September 10, 2013
Volcano Buffalo Burger | Magnolia Days

Put the fire department on speed dial. Call anyone who likes hot and spicy food. It’s time to fire up the grill and set your mouth on fire too. Grab the antacids and a giant glass of milk if you can’t handle the heat. You will need a pile of napkins too. One bite and […]

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Southern Tuna Salad Sandwich

July 18, 2013
Southern Tuna Salad Sandwich | Magnolia Days

Growls from my tummy alerted it was lunchtime. I opened the refrigerator door to find empty shelves and an array of condiments. Nary a piece of lunch meat was to be found. A few lettuce leaves were alone in the produce bin. Procrastination of grocery shopping had finally caught up with me. A few steps […]

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Caramelized Onion, Goat Cheese, and Tomato Sandwich for #SundaySupper

May 26, 2013
Caramelized Onion, Goat Cheese, and Tomato Sandwich | Magnolia Days

Picnics are so much fun. At least it is when the weather cooperates. I haven’t been on one in far too long. The last time I can recall is when we had our boat many years ago. I would pack a basket and a cooler to take on our day trips to the lake.  We […]

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Prosciutto and Brie on Baguette

May 7, 2013
Prosciutto and Brie on Baguette | Magnolia Days

It’s sandwich time! That statement is true at some point almost every day for me. I usually eat one for lunch. Sometimes I’ll make them for dinner. My usual one is ham, turkey, and cheese with a boatload of toppings. Every now and then I’ll make a turkey reuben when I have leftovers from roasting […]

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Turkey Reuben Panini

October 30, 2012
Turkey Reuben Panini

How often do you eat sandwiches? I eat one almost every day at lunch. Sometimes we have sandwich or sub night for dinner. It is an easy meal and the variations are endless. My usual lunch sandwich is deli ham and turkey with lots of toppings on wheat bread. I break up that routine when […]

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Individual Muffuletta Sandwiches for #SundaySupper

September 9, 2012
Individual Muffuletta (Muffaletta) Sandwiches

It’s tailgating time! The football season has begun and folks everywhere are cheering their team on to victory. You can’t do all that cheering on an empty stomach now can you? Oh no! Game day would not be the same without some tasty food and beverages. Whether you are tailgating at the stadium or in […]

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Breakfast Wraps for #SundaySupper

August 12, 2012
Bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast wraps

How about a nice, quick hot breakfast? Quick as in two minutes. Yes, two minutes. With a little advance cooking on the weekend, you can have a hot and tasty breakfast during the week in a flash. Bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast wraps are frozen and then reheated in the microwave. That’s right, hit the […]

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Crockpot Pork Barbeque Sandwich

June 12, 2012
Crockpot Barbeque Pork Sandwich

Do you enjoy barbeque? I certainly do. It is something very common here in the South. What I call “true barbeque” is made by cooking it in a pit, a smoker, or with certain types of grill/smoker equipment. I do not have any of those. When I get the hankering for barbeque, I use my […]

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Open-faced Picadillo Sandwich

January 24, 2012
Open-faced Picadillo Sandwich

Have you ever had Picadillo? It is a popular and traditional dish in many Latin American countries. Picadillo is made with ground beef, tomatoes, onions, green olives, and other ingredients that can vary depending on the region. I discovered it in a local Cuban restaurant years ago. It is typically served over rice with a […]

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