Friday, January 7, 2011

"Sooooooo Good !"

I just had to blog about this lunch---it surprised me with
it's flavors...I used whole wheat bread, I Can't Believe Its Not Butter,
sugar free bread and butter pickles,
some jarred red pepper, Dubliner cheese (I stayed near
the place that makes this Irish cheese etc--they have a tower that
sticks up high and you can judge how close you
are to home after a day trip on the The Ring Of Kerry ) shredded,
and fresh sprig of Rosemary that smells good even if you
just look at was cooked in a non stick electric fry
pan with cover 350 to 375---some cheese was
shredded in to the pan alongside the sandwich to
fry till you can turn it over and fry the otherside...
this went on top of the sandwich and I must advise you
to save these parts for last--they are such a treat..reminds
me of the famous Shady Glen burgers with the sides of
the burger having fried cheese hanging off them..
Picked up the heart plate yesterday--always
love red things and heart things and this all makes
life have a gladder heart...and how happy
I was that this was a lite lunch...
I usually limit cheese to about once a week


nanke's stuff said...

Winna, this looks and sounds so tasty, and it's beautifully presented. I love hearts,too (I think every room in my house has at least one heart in it somewhere, and most have several). I'd love a bite of it! nancy

winna said...

" should be running a restuarant.
LOVE that plate. I noticed it was a heart"
immediately....Kim Soucy

Leslie said...

Winna, this looks and sounds terrific! It's beautiful, too. :)

Sandra said...

Presentation, presentation, presentation! What an appealing sandwich.

raena said...

What a beautiful presentation of your food, which also sounds delicious! It seems like a celebration, the way I believe a meal should feel!

winna said...

Nancy Schwanda says : "Sounds good and looks great...presentation is everything!!"

donna said...

Well, now I am hungry ;-)

BarbaraB said...

I have to say I'm a sucker for Dubliner cheese. The presentation of the lunch is gorgeous!

Joan said...

I believe your little plate is majolica. My grandmother had a luncheon set with dishes in the same lovely green. I can still see it in my mind's eye, on the shelf in her dining room. Sammy sound yummy too.