Sunday Suppers: The Summer Sandwich Edition

Nothing says summer like a fresh tomato, especially when it’s between two toasty slices of bread. This week’s Sunday Suppers is an ode to the summer sandwich that glorious handheld bit of heaven whose time is way too short.

Eggplant and Tomato Sandwiches with Pesto and Feta

Mmmmmmmmmm sandwich

Mmmmmmmmmm sandwich

Grilled Balsamic Chicken Caprese Sandwich

That sandwich is my hero

That sandwich is my hero

Portabella and Avocado Sandwiches

No meat you say

No meat you say

Grilled Cheese with Peaches and Brie

There it is

There it is

Deviled Egg Sandwiches

What a dainty little finger sandwich

What a dainty little finger sandwich

And the penultimate summer sandwich…. the pulled pork sandwich

More barbecue sauce is always a good idea

More barbecue sauce is always a good idea

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About Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide

This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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4 Responses to Sunday Suppers: The Summer Sandwich Edition

  1. Some top sandwiches, Greg…and so little meat..brilliant:)

  2. And our tomatoes are just beginning to ripen.. Stunning.. c

    On Sat, Jun 27, 2015 at 10:23 PM, Rufus’ Food and Spirits Guide wrote:

    > Rufus’ Food and Spirits Guide posted: “Nothing says summer like a > fresh tomato, especially when it’s between two toasty slices of bread. This > week’s Sunday Suppers is an ode to the summer sandwich that glorious > handheld bit of heaven whose time is way too short. Eggplant and Tomato > Sandwich”

  3. Love grilled eggplant in a sandwich. I first experienced its taste in Milan probably in the mid ’90s. We were getting introduced to casual Italian eats like panini in Tokyo but it was still early days and the idea of grilled eggplant flavored with olive oil and garlic in a sandwich was eye-opening.

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