Category Archives: sandwiches

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

I Say Tomato

I just returned from our annual trip to Maine—where, among many other delights, we picked wild berries, swam in the salty waters of a granite quarry, consumed probably one too many lobster rolls (if that’s possible), ate ice cream cones … Continue reading

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Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

The Anti-Turkey

After days and days of Thanksgiving leftovers (we cooked a 20+ pound bird this year, but the guests filled up mostly on sides and pie, which means there was mucho turkey meat to consume afterwards), I finally said ENOUGH, and … Continue reading

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Thursday, August 28th, 2014

M-A-I-N-E: The BLT Bar

I’m not lying when I say that, when it’s tomato season (so basically right now), I could happily eat BLT sandwiches everyday, perhaps for every meal. Is there a more perfect arrangement than crisp bacon, juicy tomato, leafy lettuce, and … Continue reading

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Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

The New Tuna Salad Sandwich

SUMMER is here, and this week the kids have a double-whammy of town camp in the morning (something that the locals affectionately call “rec”, where the primary activities are knock-hockey, dodgeball and weaving a thousand lanyard key chains) and nature … Continue reading

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Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Roasting Cauliflower and the New Waldorf Salad

There’s pretty much no ingredient I won’t roast, but I find that spring vegetables are transformed particularly well by giving them the high-dry-heat treatment. Asparagus, sugar snap peas, carrots, beets, radishes, broccoli…I don’t know if they’re all technically spring-season crops … Continue reading

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