Thursday, October 30, 2008

Name that Sandwich

The nice people from Arnold's bakeries contacted me once again to try out a new product they have coming out. Since I love free food trying new things I jumped at the chance.
And there's a contest for you creative minds out there.
The new product is called sandwich thins and it's specifically designed for...you guessed it...sandwiches! They come in 4 different varieties. I tried the multigrain today and have some pics of my creations below.
But first, Arnold's wants to know what a sandwich made out of these should be called, and if you're the winner they'll give you $2500, and $2500 to your charity of choice. (I recommend autism research and resources :) Click here to go to the site where you can read the rules and enter. There is a deadline on November 20, and its only eligible in states where the product is available.
On with my creations!
First up is a sammie I made with mozzerella, veggies, marinated red peppers, ham, and goat cheese spread.

Next, I thought their nice round shape might be conducive to some sort of topping, so I went the pizza route. I put a little mozzerella between the layers to stick them together, then smeared some olive oil on the top, covered it with more cheese, basil, tomatoes, then a little kosher salt and pepper. I put it in the the toaster oven about 10 minutes.

I thought both sandwiches turned out pretty nice, and I can see myself using these things for lunch for me and the kiddos.

9 comments:

Ironjack said...

wow that is one tasty looking sandwich!

Tiffany said...

Oh my! those look sooo good. My stomach is growling! You know how to build a sandwich.

Julie said...

Thanks!

Abounader Photography said...

mmmmmmmmm! It's making me hungry! :-)

Suzann @ Lavender and Roses said...

Those look quite tasty! Happy Halloween SITSa!

Kristin said...

I love sandwiches, but rarely have the patience to make a good one myself. It just seems so HARD to slice and spread and layer all the good stuff on there. It's times like that when I miss my mother . . .

Catherine said...

Sounds yummy! Hmmm...now I just need to have a fantastic idea and win some money! Oh, and thatnks for stopping by my blog, as you could probably tell I love to cook...I think we have that in common to (be sides The Giver ) ;)

jennifersusan said...

that looks incredible! wanna come over and make me a sammie?

Tiffany said...

I'm going to have to look for these....Regular rolls are always too thick for a good sandwich.