I present to you “The Nicole,” one of the tastiest sandwiches every created in my own kitchen.
A ciabatta sandwich roll piled high (not really “high,” but piled nevertheless) with salami, provolone cheese, olives, topped off with tomato-basil pesto and baked for about 7 minutes at 350 degrees.
The sandwich is baked open-faced, so if you need to add anything (lettuce, fried eggplant, etc) the sky is the limit.
Happy Birthday Nicole, I hope you enjoy your sammich.
Or, I hope you can at least enjoy the pictures, as the sandwich is gone now, gone to the nether regions of my colon, where it will be rinsed out someday soon.
Also, here is the stove and adjacent cabinets and counter space. If you look close, you can see that bottle of olive oil purchased at the organic farmers market in Sicily, as well as an assortment of IKEA utensils, and don’t forget that coffee maker you left with us.
And here is Montecore and the camera bag, just to remind Corinne to make sure that in the future, the photos she uploads to Flickr should all be relevant to the photo set. In other words, I don’t know why Montecore is hidden among a bunch of sammich pictures.