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Lucy's Ham Sandwiches

9/26/11


I could never be one of those classy food critics they have on Top Chef.  Food excites me like football excites men.  When I eat something fantastic, all I want to do is shout things, unbutton my pants and grunt a little.  Did I just lose followers?  Anyway, these sandwiches fall into that fantastic, grunt-inducing category.  I've written about them before, but if I have ANY new readers who are unfamiliar with them, then they are worth a reintroduction.  Plus I wanted to give you a printable recipe.  Go to there.  Go to them.  Warm ham and cheese, melted together between a soft, sweet Hawaiian bun, smothered all over with a sticky glaze.  Eat, like cave people.  



(Last photo shot by Katy)

6 comments:

agalandherdog said...

We make these all the time in our family thanks to your recipe. And I made your autumn panzanella last night for dinner and it was really really good!

LuRuSo said...

These are so delicious and easy. I made them when you first posted the recipe and two of us almost ate a whole batch. Almost...

stacieldavis said...

Made these for the second time last night and mmmm mmm mmm .. Delicious!

Tayler Cruz said...

Have you ever let them marinate longer than one night? I'm wanting to make these for a group trip but they'd have to marinate about 36 hours. I just don't want the buns soggy.

Tayler Cruz said...

Have you ever let them marinate longer than one night? I'm wanting to make these for a group trip but they'd have to marinate about 36 hours. I just don't want the buns soggy.

Mark Lombardi said...

Regarding the question about marinating longer....we had a party and I had 3 pans ready to bake. 4 friends couldn't make it to party, so I only baked 2 of the pans. Then I FORGOT about the 3rd pan for 3 1/2 days!!! Went ahead & baked them to see, and they were just as good!!

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