I may have posted about these before, but they were too good not to post again but let me digress first. My girls go to Marco Island once a year to lay around at our time-share and one of our favorite places to eat is Hoot’s in part because they make their own bread. I love their rye and if you order in advance, they will bake you a loaf for ten bucks – equivalent to two normal loaves and well worth it to me – so Bev always brings one home. We cut it in halves with one of them going in the freezer and the other always devoted to Reuban sandwiches.
In addition to the great bread, our sandwich included Dietz & Watson corned beef, baby swiss cheese, real deal kraut from the Mennonite Market, and Ina Garten’s (recipe) 1000 Island dressing. I prewarmed the meat and kraut in the microwave then built the sandwich (1/3 lb. of meat on each) and grilled them in a skillet with a lid.
It was very good and if we had used great corned beef, it would have been a great sandwich. I need to get back into making my own corned beef as it is so much better than the deli version.
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Have a great day and thanks for stopping by Almost Heaven South.
11/23/20 meal date