All posts filed under: Sandwiches

Super sonic sloppy Jo’s 

Sloppy Jo’s are one of those easy meals that just hit the spot sometimes. But why not make them super sloppy Jo’s? The flavors take an ordinary meal to a new level of yum. 1 pound hamburger 1 can spam finely chopped 5 pieces bacon chopped into pieces  Sloppy Jo mix (can or package) Buns 5 green onions chopped In a skillet start to brown hamburger meat, add  chop bacon, and finely chop spam. Brown everything together. Drain grease. Add chopped green onions and stir. Then follow your favorite sloppy Jo mix directions. Brown buns or toast slightly, pour mixture on buns and eat.  As always we hope you enjoy

Fried green tomato burgers

Well we have done it…..not only found the perfect burger but something else to do with fried green tomatoes as well. The other day I made a large batch of fried green tomatoes and John never ate his share. So, I had a small to medium bowl left over. It had fried bacon and green tomatoes with garlic salt all ready to go….just needed to be heated up for another day. As the story goes……we planned on going out of town this weekend and hamburgers was the first meal planned. I had packed the bowl of cook tomatoes and thought of using that on the burgers. Go figure we are delayed the first night. However, I used the same meal plan even for home. This might be something to try camping or at home. We inhaled them!  1 pound hamburger of your choice 6 strips bacon 4 green tomatoes Garlic salt Two hamburger buns Thousand island dressing 1 raw sweet onion Lettuce leaves Cheese if desired Before hand I would cook bacon, slice green tomatoes …

Tuna Swiss on rye

We love tuna….any way shape and form. Having lived on the west coast plus loving to ocean fish gave us access to tuna, lots of tuna. One year many moons ago I learned how to can it. A long process with a great outcome. We have been spoiled!  During that time you think of all the ways to use canned tuna. Of course there is tuna casserole, cream tuna on toast or biscuit, tuna melt and tuna salad even a tuna fish sandwich. But a plain sandwich becomes boring after awhile. This sandwich changes up the taste is very palet pleasing. This will make about 2-4 sandwiches depending on the can size of tuna you use. 1 can tuna drained Mayo Salt and pepper Sliced Swiss cheese Rye bread Mix your tuna and mayo with your desired amount of mayonnaise, add salt and pepper. Take two slices rye bread generously spread tuna on one side of bread add 1 or two slices of Swiss cheese depending on the size of the bread. Place the other …