Monthly Archives: February 2013

February 28

Open-Faced Lemon-Parm Edamame Sammy on Wheat Pepper Bread

Happy Thursday! On offer today? Another veggie-friendly sammy, because Iā€™m about to go on a tear of meatatarian recipes over the next few weeks. I came up with this spread because back in the days when I’d hit the salad bar at the Time Inc. cafeteria, the lemon juice-parm-edamame trifecta was my go-to. Here’s what […]

February 15

Vermont Cheddar Wheat Bread and Croatian Fig Spread Sandwich

Here’s something sweet and savory for this weekend. Luckily, it’s also cheap (less than $1.50 each!) and relatively simple: just fresh cheese bread, cheddar slices and fig spread. For a fast, easy version: Just buy a crusty loaf of whole wheat peasant bread (bonus if you can find one with cheese in it), and heat […]

February 07

Cheesy Creamed Corn Frittata with Bacon Sandwich

The inspiration for this recipe comes from my boyfriend’s mom, Joyce, whose family has been putting the “Holy s!” in holidays with their creamed corn/Velveeta/bacon/egg noodle casserole for decades. I crave it year-round, however, so here’s the sandwich version minus the noodles. For the rolls, I used the leftover Pan De Sal dough which I’ve […]

February 04

Post-Game Report on the Filipino Steak Sliders

Hope you all enjoyed the Super Bowl and Queen B’s halftime show! I’m so glad I did test runs on both the Pan De Sal and the Beef Tapa before Sunday, because our guests got a much better version of the little Super Bowl Sammies. I filmed video of two critiques, but for some reason […]

February 01

Simple Super Bowl Sammy: Filipino Steak Sliders

I’d say that this Beef Tapa sandwich is in honor of how well my Filipino brother Sheldon Simeon is doing on Top Chef (except for that soggy surf and turf, ick), but really, it’s just that Beef Tapa is an addictive and easy dish that more food fans need to know about. A quick pic […]