Make a Sandwich

Do you have any turkey left over? Get great ideas on what to do with the leftovers from your Thanksgiving meal. These titles from our digital collection will help you make a great tasting sandwich.

300 Sandwiches by Stephanie Smith

When New York Post writer Stephanie Smith made a turkey and Swiss on white bread for her boyfriend, Eric (aka E), he took one bite and uttered those now-famous words. While her beau's declaration initially seemed unusual, even antiquated, Stephanie accepted the challenge and got to work. Little did she know she was about to cook up the sexiest and most controversial love story of her generation. 300 Sandwiches is the story of Stephanie and E's epic journey of bread and betrothal, with a whole loaf of recipes to boot. For Stephanie, a novice in the kitchen, making a sandwich--or even 300--for E wasn't just about getting a ring; it was her way of saying "I love you" while gaining confidence as a chef. It was about how many breakfast sandwiches they could eat together on future Sunday mornings, how many s'mores might follow family snowboarding trips, how many silly fights would end in makeup sandwiches. Suddenly, she saw a lifetime of happiness between those two slices of bread.

Superfood Sandwiches by Katie Chudy

There's nothing better than chomping into a super-fresh sandwich with crusty bread, packed high with all your favorite nutritious fillings. Some say the sandwich is boring and classless - not the case for these sandwiches packed with superfoods. Superfood Sandwiches features recognized superfoods, fresh vegetables, fruits, all-natural meats and cheeses, and quality baked breads, making any sandwich a respectable and versatile meal. Start from scratch or use up some leftovers. Whether you're on a budget or aiming for gourmet, Chef Katie Chudy provides tips and shortcuts for those in a hurry as well as more detailed recipes and options, making some extra effort in the kitchen well worth it. Inside, you'll find easy and healthy recipes, such as: - Buttermilk Whole Wheat Bread -Tomatillo Yogurt Sauce - Beet Green and Pecan Pesto - Turmeric Chickpeas with Cardamon Spiced Apple Sandwich - Spinach and Zucchini Cornmeal Cakes with Spiced Goat Cheese - Argentinian Steak Sandwich with Kale Chimichurri - Sage Roasted Pumpkin and Smoked Gouda Melts - Edamame Fried Rice Veggie "burger" - Quinoa Crusted Eggplant Parmesan Sub - Swiss Chard, Fennel and Walnut Sandwich with Panchetta Chips and Saffron Yogurt Sauce.

A Super Upsetting Cookbook About Sandwiches by Tyler Kord

Tyler Kord is chef-owner of the lauded No. 7 restaurant and No. 7 Sub shops in New York. He is also a fabulously neurotic man who directs his energy into careless ruminations on sandwich philosophy, love, self-loathing, pay phones, getting drunk in the shower, Tom Cruise, food ethics, and what it's like having the names of two different women tattooed on your body. Most of these ruminations also happen to be truly excellent recipes, like roast beef with crispy shallots and smoky French dressing, or a mind-blowing mayonnaise that tastes exactly like pho. [Tyler, you never did finish writing that fried squid recipe though. You know that, right? -Ed.] This is his first book. If you buy it, you can help make sure it won't be his last.

Bread by Mother Earth News

Roll up your sleeves, warm up your oven, and find a new favorite bread. From intense, chewy sourdough to light, airy focaccia, many of today's most popular breads are best when they're fresh from the oven. Then again, that's always been true. The timeless allure of fresh bread has been part of Mother Earth News magazine since 1970, when they published their first issue. In Bread, for the first time, the editors have collected their very best recipes and techniques. You'll find all the classics, including rustic white, whole-wheat sandwich bread, and sourdough. There's plenty of quick-breads and page after page of country and holiday favorites, such as skillet cornbread, Irish soda bread, and fruit- and nut-filled harvest breads. Go beyond the traditional and try your hand at flatbreads, boiled breads, naan, bagels, pizza crust--even gluten free breads. With more than 150 tried-and-true recipes to choose from, you're sure to find new loaves to love.

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