World's Greatest Sandwich

Friday September 10th 2004
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World's Greatest Sandwich

Published: Friday September 10th 2004 (11 years ago)
Updated: Monday September 13th 2004, 4:51PM
by Bob Petti

A Quizno's Inspired Thing of Culinary Delight

(Can you tell I'm working from home today, and that I'm working in my fly tying room?)

Ahem. Where was I? Oh yeah - World's Greatest Sandwich.

Bread: Whole Wheat, toasted medium dark
Meat: Turkey, Boar's Head Honey Maple, thinly sliced.
Cheese: Single slice Kraft American
Peppers: From a jar of sliced hot peppers
Spread: Red pepper preserves from Kelder Farms
Crunch: Fresh lettuce, shredded


  1. Take bread from freezer. Toast to medium brown. Get out toaster oven.
  2. Put foil down on baking tray, for easy cleanup.
  3. Lay slices of toast on baking tray.
  4. One slice: three slices of turkey folded onto bread, topped w/ hot peppers, topped w/ single slice of cheese
  5. Other slice: Red peper preserves from Kelder Farms spread generously
  6. Stick baking tray in toaster oven and hit the toast button with a "light" setting.
  7. Get out the lettuce and shred it with your chef's knife.
  8. When the oven dinger dings, remove baking tray and transfer sandwich halves carefully to waiting plate w/ spatula.
  9. Pile shredded lettuce high on top of melted cheese.
  10. Cover gently with other half.
  11. Garnish plate with pretzels or chips of choice.

Chase it down with a Diet Vanilla Pepsi.

Go. Now. Make one.

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