Tasty Turkey Sandwich
This sandwich is one that really brings me back to my roots. When I was a little girl my family would frequent a legendary local sandwich shop. It catered heavily to the steel mill workers in the area before the mill was shut down. My grandfather (who was the union president at the mill) and father both worked together in the steel mill. I have many fond memories of the delicious sandwiches, and glorious homemade pies from that tasty sandwich shop. The place was a wonderful dive full of good eats. I recreate this sandwich in memory of distant times that forever left an imprint on a little girl who loved her daddy, and grandpa so very much.
4 slices Good quality deli turkey
1 slice of swiss, provolone or colby jack (which I used this time) cheese
2 slices bacon, cooked
1 hard boiled egg, sliced (I know this sounds weird, but it really is good)
tomato if you like (which I do not. Yuck!)
Good quality mayonnaise (which ordinarily I absolutely abhor, but I make an exception in this case as to not deviate from the original too much.)
French roll or other such tasty sub roll
Preheat oven to 350° F. Put sub roll on a sheet tray and toast in the oven for 5-10 min.
Lightly spread mayo on the bread (or heavily if that suits your fancy).
Place cheese on the bread. Then add the turkey, sliced egg (sprinkle a little salt and pepper on the egg), bacon, and top with shredded lettuce.
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