Balsamic Vinegar - cont'd

retirepujolsretirepujols Registered Users, Member 3,883 Posts
Nothing special, nothing even particularly tasty; but I made a simple sammy today for the sole purpose of carrying on the balsamic threads legacy. Sour dough, honey ham, Colby Jack, some lettuce with a little mustard and squeezed some lime on top for good measure. Cheers for 20 🍻🥪


"It's amazing how much work you can put in without gangly-ass legs in the way" - Sir Tdub71
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  • bobdylan_fanbobdylan_fan Registered Users, Member 246 Posts
    Made a turkey wrap today with melted shredded cheese and picked fresh spinach, parsley, and green onions tops from my backyard raised bed garden. Yummy - tho I have some residual onion breath now.
  • retirepujolsretirepujols Registered Users, Member 3,883 Posts
    Fresh from the garden sounds delightful 
    "It's amazing how much work you can put in without gangly-ass legs in the way" - Sir Tdub71
  • TyroneEastwoodTyroneEastwood Registered Users, Member 312 Posts
    Nothing special, nothing even particularly tasty; but I made a simple sammy today for the sole purpose of carrying on the balsamic threads legacy. Sour dough, honey ham, Colby Jack, some lettuce with a little mustard and squeezed some lime on top for good measure. Cheers for 20 🍻🥪


    Those Doritos belong in that sandwich good sir
  • [Glu Sports] blueleopard[Glu Sports] blueleopard Administrator, Moderators 600 Posts
    Now I want a sandwich but all we have in the office are bagels.
  • retirepujolsretirepujols Registered Users, Member 3,883 Posts
    Bagels make for a fine sandwich platform, sir. 
    "It's amazing how much work you can put in without gangly-ass legs in the way" - Sir Tdub71
  • BigpredfanBigpredfan New Member Registered Users 2,973 Posts
    edited March 3
    Now I want a sandwich but all we have in the office are bagels.
    While not my foundation of choice, it doesn’t mean something good can’t be built on it. 

    Edit: I would compare it to starting TSB 2020 as the Orioles 
  • TyroneEastwoodTyroneEastwood Registered Users, Member 312 Posts
    Bagels are in my top 5. Solely because pizza bagels exist
  • MattattackMattattack New Member Registered Users 1,612 Posts
    My favorite comfort breakfast is just a simple toasted bagel with cream cheese.   And I wouldn’t be upset if there was a little bacon on there 
  • JEDDDOGGYJEDDDOGGY Registered Users, Member 2,033 Posts
    edited March 3
    The horseshoe, which is an open-faced sandwich consisting of a slice of toast topped with choice of meat, french fries and cheese sauce that originated in Springfield, Illinois at the Leland hotel in the 1920's. Pictured below is a hamburger horseshoe topped with bacon, green onion and tomato (although buffalo chicken is my favorite).


  • [Glu Sports] blueleopard[Glu Sports] blueleopard Administrator, Moderators 600 Posts
    Now I want a sandwich but all we have in the office are bagels.
    While not my foundation of choice, it doesn’t mean something good can’t be built on it. 

    Edit: I would compare it to starting TSB 2020 as the Orioles 
    Oh bagels are fantastic, but I'm trying to hit weight for a weightlifting meet.
  • Tdub71Tdub71 Registered Users, Member 1,872 Posts
    edited March 4
    My wife found a bagel dough recipe that uses no yeast.  0% fat Greek yogurt and baking powder.  Delicious.  Also makes a good pizza dough.  I will post a pic if I find it a little later.
  • Tdub71Tdub71 Registered Users, Member 1,872 Posts

    I think this is it, but not 100%.
  • drsmartassphddrsmartassphd Registered Users, Member 2,584 Posts

    My son has a gluten intolerance, so everything we do at Chez Smartass is gluten free.

    My 9yo daughter recently learned how to make a GF pizza crust and it is awesome.

    Also, cauliflower pizza crusts are good too, IMHO.

    Kicking The Habit: Update 10/26/20 - Mondays. Once adored, now abhorred.   

  • Tdub71Tdub71 Registered Users, Member 1,872 Posts
    Steak sandwich and hand-cut fries never disappoint.

  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts

    I’m baaaaaack.  Just a basic Monday lunch 
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts
    Tdub71 said:

    I think this is it, but not 100%.
    My wife makes basically the same. Self rising flour and unflavored Greek yogurt. It’s fandamntastic 
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • retirepujolsretirepujols Registered Users, Member 3,883 Posts
    Holy meat, Matt! 
    "It's amazing how much work you can put in without gangly-ass legs in the way" - Sir Tdub71
  • [Glu Sports] blueleopard[Glu Sports] blueleopard Administrator, Moderators 600 Posts

    I’m baaaaaack.  Just a basic Monday lunch 
    *doesn't understand why I don't already do that*
  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts
    CC doesn’t like his cheese in the middle. I say as long as it’s on el sammich. It’s a sammich. 
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • DantemavericksDantemavericks Registered Users, Member 56 Posts
    What is the mustard of choice here?
    Hats for Bats
  • retirepujolsretirepujols Registered Users, Member 3,883 Posts
    A heart attack with a Pepsi zero, please 🙃
    "It's amazing how much work you can put in without gangly-ass legs in the way" - Sir Tdub71
  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts
    What is the mustard of choice here?
    Yellow, With a hint of helgas hot mustard. 
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • cooldowncanadacubscooldowncanadacubs Registered Users, Member 643 Posts
    CC doesn’t like his cheese in the middle. I say as long as it’s on el sammich. It’s a sammich. 
    My biggest concern is that I feel like that lonely slice of cheese is getting lost in the 2 inches of sandwich meat on that sammich you posted. 
  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts

    So today I added one more layer of each plus more balsamic and pickles. Hope that curbs your cheese woes. 
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • cooldowncanadacubscooldowncanadacubs Registered Users, Member 643 Posts

    So today I added one more layer of each plus more balsamic and pickles. Hope that curbs your cheese woes. 
    Your efforts have been noted. I’d gladly eat that
  • ShoveItUpYoenis2ShoveItUpYoenis2 Registered Users, Member 952 Posts
    Grilled chicken, mozzarella, tomato and avocado 


  • cooldowncanadacubscooldowncanadacubs Registered Users, Member 643 Posts
    Grilled chicken, mozzarella, tomato and avocado 


    Looks good!  I’m assuming this requires a knife and fork? Or can you grab it and go?
  • ShoveItUpYoenis2ShoveItUpYoenis2 Registered Users, Member 952 Posts
    I ate it at my desk without utensils. It was pretty messy but delicious. 
  • Tdub71Tdub71 Registered Users, Member 1,872 Posts
    Mmmmmm.... Donuts...

  • ShoveItUpYoenis2ShoveItUpYoenis2 Registered Users, Member 952 Posts
    edited March 12
    Always wanted to try a donut burger but never have yet. That looks amazing 
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