Meatloaf Sandwich originally uploaded by Su-Lin
Last week’s poll asked if you had a favorite fall dish to make and while the majority answered that they did in fact have a favorite they didn’t answer the other part of the poll which was to provide the recipe. I do plan on making Blada’s recipe for sausage and spaghetti squash in the next few days however as it sounds tasty as can be!
This week’s poll has to do with your favorite type of sandwich. My mother had a saying which went something like, “I like any sandwich which I didn’t make,” and I suppose I follow a similar mantra although I do have a few which I consider absolute favorites: liverwurst, egg salad, and meatloaf sandwiches. Although in addition I do love a Dagwood with tons of pickles, roasted red peppers, roast beef, turkey, mayo, etc, etc, etc especially just as I sit down to kickoff for the Vikings.
When I was a kid my favorite sandwich was a meatloaf sandwich. Nope, not PBJ because that is the most vile concoction on the face of the earth and anyone who eats, child or not, is insane and parents who feed it to their children are horrible. My mother would make a meatloaf on Sunday and then refrigerate it and cut it into slices for my sandwiches. A couple of packets of ketchup and I’d be set for the week. I know I had this every day for at least a year and I believe two even though my mother denies that she’d allow me to do that. Best part? No bully would steal my lunch because they couldn’t fathom eating meatloaf.
So what is your favorite sandwich? I have added a bunch of options to the poll on the sidebar and then an “other” option as well. Pick one or pick other and then talk about your favorites and why. If you make something special, especially if its worthy of a Sunday football snack, please do share as I’m always looking for a tasty sandwich to get washed down by my stash of imported Yuengling.
So go ahead and vote on the sidebar and then comment on below. After you do both of those things feel free to check out our expired polls in the archive or read through the previous posts about polls here.