1.31.2010

A Sammy for the Grammys

A quickie open faced sandwich thrown together in time to watch the Grammy's tonight turned out to be a light and delicious dinner that has earned a place on my list of favorites.
This Grammy Sammie is really an English appetizer in disguise. It calls for a poached egg, but we Pam-pan fried ours under a medium flame instead, used a perfectly ripened avocado as a delicious and creamy garnish and freshly cut parsley from the little herb garden that could.
Here's what we used:
A couple of pads of butter
Great rustic sour dough bread
The freshest eggs we could find
A small white onion
A couple of cloves of fresh garlic
2 8 Ounce boxes of button mushrooms
Freshly ground black pepper
Slight drizzle of soy sauce
Sea salt
Here's how we did it:
Sauteed butter, garlic and onion in a saute pan until onions were translucent. Added mushrooms and sauteed them until golden brown, drizzled with soy. Served atop toasted bread with a perfectly fried egg atop it. Sprinkled with parsley, black pepper and Hawaiian sea salt.

13 comments:

  1. this looks so tasty!!

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  2. I tried to capture your feed in google reader, but it doesn't have any past last August. Do I need to do it some other way?

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  3. I don't get your feeds either!!
    This looks delicious for me - once I got rid of the mushrooms!!
    Have a great day :-)

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  4. Thanks for stopping by, you have a great blog!!! I am now following you as well!

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  5. This looks delicious! Plus, I love the name--and the Grammys are my fave!

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  6. Yeah, I should say that this sammy would satisfy my tastebuds.....and let me tell you after seeing that you have 171 followers......I need something! I'm super jealous!

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  7. Oh, the first blog post I look at and it's divinely delicious! I can't wait to read more! Thanks for the follow, and I love what I've seen of your site...I need to make better sandwiches, to cover up the awful Gluten free breads I eat, so teach me.

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  8. my mother says PAM stands for Prevent A Mess. Thanks for the post. great recipe!

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    If you have it already, please tell me where....as I'm not seeing it.

    I'd love to add your blog, but I need to have that link first so I won't be upsetting other members.

    Thanks for understanding.

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  10. I love eggs on sandwiches. It's how I think radiance must taste.

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  11. This looks fantastic! I adore Egg sandwiches!!! I have most of the ingredients on hand however I will need to track down some so rustic sourdough bread.... Actually we are headed out now, maybe I will get some and make this for dinner!

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  12. Oh the When Harry met Sally - Wasn't it roast beef...

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  13. Ah ha- This looks like a sandwich I could love!!

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