Sunday, November 21, 2010

Mom’s Pizza Sandwich

When I was growing up, my mom made a sandwich that she just called a pizza sandwich, which she only made on occasion and which I really liked. It was basically a layer of ham, then cheese, then tomato and onion. A little S&P and dried oregano gets sprinkled on and it goes under the broiler to warm up the goodies. Add a little mayo to the other slice of bread and it’s a fine sandwich.  Bev was cheffing today and decided to make it on both slices of bread, using mozzarella- just out of the toaster oven.

And assembled - ignore the stuff sitting around on the island, we're reorganizing the pantry.

It was delicious and I don't know why we don't have them more often.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.



  1. Cute name for that sandwich...... AND--I'm sure it was delicious...

    Have a great Sunday.

  2. I would say this is mighty delicious. I think I'll use this as motivation to organize my pantry. Nice reward when it's done. :-)

  3. LA - We had a complete empty pantry shelf when we got done.

  4. Great idea for a sandwich. I might borrow your (& mom's) idea and turn it into a light dinner. Open faced on a toasted bagel with a side of garlic pita chips and a dinner salad. Thanks Larry also loved the stew posts.

  5. Yum - I like the idea of adding oregano to a sandwich!

  6. More yumminess - simple yet delicious.

    It looks so barren and desolate around your dock now! Most of the trees around my wee home are evergreens - now I understand why in the U.S. and Canada the season is named "Fall".

    Sending care and huggles to you both, Michelle and a silently (hooray!) sleeping Zebby Cat

  7. SHUT UP!!!! Do I have your permission to put this one on my blog? With all due credit to you of course! This is gorgeous!

  8. very cute thought that you share with us...m sure that it can be delecious.:)

  9. Man that sounds seriously good, Larry. I can see doing this on a hoagie roll too. Maybe with a splash of the sandwich dressing that looks like italian dressing.


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