Wednesday, July 25, 2012

{Lunch} Sourdough Bread Sandwich {4 different versions}

{1. Sourdough bread topped with Havarti & Gruyere cheese; toasted}



{Add Prosciutto and freshly grated black pepper}
{2. Sourdough bread +smashed  avocado}
{Topped with Prosciutto & black pepper}
{Optional: add some freshly graded back pepper to the avocado also}
{3. Sourdough bread topped with Havarti & Gruyere cheese; toasted}
{Topped with sliced ripe figs}
{Then finished with Prosciutto & graded black pepper}



My girlfriends and I went to see the Phantom of the Opera musical in Vegas recently  before the show closes down this Sept after six years of running.  The production is the best I've seen of the Phantom of the Opera musicals.  My heart skipped a beat when the giant chandelier dropped down only a few inches right above my head (really awesome actually!).  We all have the songs from the musical stuck in our head since then, so we decided to get together to watch Phantom of the Opera the movie AGAIN.  Seriously I can watch the Phantom over  and over again and back in college, whenever I had to study for big exams, the Phantom of  the Opera soundtrack was high on my playlist.   My girlfriend hosted a late lunch potluck/movie afternoon at her place last Sunday and these sandwiches were my contribution.  I chose the prosciutto with the least amount of fat from Wholefoods and even so, all the fat  was pulled out as I prepared the sandwiches.  I liked that the flavor was just perfect without any added salt. 
{4. Grilled cheese sandwich- sourdough bread}
{Topped w/Havarti, Gruyere, Cheddar, & Greek yogurt}
{Finished w/Prosciutto & chopped parsley}
{Beautiful grilled marks}
{Sliced in halves}
{Best served while still  hot}

7 comments:

  1. Omgsh...food *_*
    These look so yummy and delicious - all four ways look pretty amazing!

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  2. Girlfriends gathering... Ah! I need to organize something soon! It's great to talk for hours about things men have no clue about :))
    Such nice coulours and textures. Great to look at it! Not even talking about the taste!

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    1. Yeah it's nice to chitchat w/ the girls...

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  3. I love making canapés on baguette slices and now I have some new ideas for dressing them up. Thanks so much for sharing. (They all look so delicious)!

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    1. Pls share the pic when you make hem.

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