Sandwich Color Queen

Sandwich Queen Here. 

Andrew has had a recent obsession with Rock Hill Bakehouse Sourdough, and while Andrew would be happy to simply eat his with Peanut Butter and Banana all day, every day, I like to have some fun. 

That's not to say I don't appreciate a simple sandwich, its just that my simple sandwich typically needs at least three different colors. And it really is designed based on color. I mean I don't even really like radishes, but they look pretty nice when I am putting my masterpiece together.

My # 1 recommendation for your next sandwich:  Heirloom Tomatoes & Beets in various colors. Not only are they pretty on the outside, but they offer up a variety of different flavors. With tomatoes you want them to be a little soft to the touch, but not where you can make lasting impressions with your finger as they are probably going to be mushy. Beets, just cut of the stalk, wash them gently under water and put them in a pot to boil and soften. **Do not peel them before they go in the water as that will drain them of their color**. Once they have cooked the skin will come off easy peasy (yes, lemon squeezy). 

Let me know if you like the looks of one of them and I can tell you whats on it. 


items that can make up a "simple" kasia sandwich:

my homemade roasted red pepper hummus, heirloom tomatoes, beets, radishes, mixed green, sweet peppers, zucchini, yellow and red onions, slaw, my homeade zucchini fritters, chickpea homemade burgers, avocado, cucumbers, & pesto