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Nancy Silverton's Sandwich Book: The Best Sandwiches Ever--from Thursday Nights at Campanile Hardcover – October 8, 2002
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The author divides the sandwich recipes into open-faced, closed face, sort-of sandwiches, tea sandwiches, and several other categories.
I am especially interested in trying the Pan Bagna, the Peppered Beef with Sauteed Greens and Caper Onion Mayonnaise, and the sandwich made with asparagus, poached eggs, prosciutto and fontina cheese.
The Grilled Autostrada sandwich was yummy (four cured meats, peppers and provolone) as were several of the grilled sandwiches.
The book also contains interesting food background information and some useful tips for adapting the recipes.
Good pictures, too!
"Not Nutter Butters". When I read that this was her take on a Girl Scout Cookie that the entire family loves, I just had to check it out.
The cookie was everything I hoped for and even more work than I expected. But worth every hour of it. Now onto "Almost Oreos" for the chocolate lovers in the clan.
Oh, and the sandwiches....simply amazing! Nancy has done it again.
anyway, i wanted to mention that a review above roasts Ms. Silverton for supposedly not knowing what a croque madame is but the reviewer was grossly misinformed. a croque madame does traditionally include a fried egg, not chicken. in america and the UK, for whatever reasons, the traditional croque madame has transformed in a croque monsieur with chicken instead of ham, but, according to the Larousse Gastronomique, Ms. Silverton was 100% correct. which makes that review incorrect, in addition to being petty and snotty.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice book full of beautiful photographs. It gave me some ideas for preparing some unusual sandwiches.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Only useful if you have all day to make a sandwich. Each recipe has a mile-long list of ingredients.Published 3 months ago by Julie
Nancy is so creative...My husband loves sandwiches...he has picked out a couple for us to try.Published 12 months ago by Peller
I took a risk at buying this book and was disappointed. The majority of recipes in this book are impractical. Read morePublished 18 months ago by paul larnce jr
Not much time to cook, but have tried a couple of the sandwiches and they are wonderful...and mostly simple. Love the book.Published 19 months ago by Dorothy J. Lampl
I bought this book when it came out, and have been much impressed with its creative recipes (is there a dud idea in the book? Read morePublished 20 months ago by Dog Lady
This is a nice addition to a cookbook library,but some of the recipes are very,deeply involved,not to mention not for the beginner cook. Read morePublished on December 27, 2013 by Jemma C. Gabriel
Creative and innovative sandwiches. While some of the ingredients are exotic and may take a little searching to find, such as at a specialty cheese store, substitutions are... Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by perrymasonary