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Posted April 21, 2012
Fun ideas for sandwiches
An 18 page 'cook booklet' ...the first 7 pages being text about locating the gals...
The first couple recipes do call for buttering the rolls, but these recipes aren't all filled with butter, to be fair. There are a couple fun new twists on some of the classics. The Cobb Sandwich and Club Sandwich are on the top of my list to make.
34 sandwiches, savory and a couple sweet, in true Gooseberry style: Simple and yummy, perfect for any day of the week with familiar, family friendly ingredients.
This would be great for the novice cook or someone needing ideas.
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Posted May 20, 2012
Classic sandwiches try
This was a free book from Gooseberry Patch. I have several other cookbooks from Gooseberry and find them quite easy to read. The sandwiches in this book require no exotic ingredients and they are not labor intensive. I have made The Classic Grilled Cheese and the Layered Italian Sandwich using ingredients already on hand. It is nice to have this on my Nook when I need a quick idea for supper. The authors have gathered a variety ofWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
some old and some new classic sandwiches.
Posted June 9, 2013
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