Sandwich Secret

I was making my lunch for work, and it turned out looking beautiful.  Good enough to eat, for sure.  Then it dawned on me… the secret to a great sandwich.  After years of faulty technique, I’ve corrected the error.

I used to put the mayo on the bottom piece of bread, then cover it with the veggies, meat, cheese, and mustard, in that order.  But in a moment of enlightenment (or laziness), I just slapped both mayo and mustard together on top of the pile.

That, my friends, is the secret.

Mark this down: Mustard and mayo must mingle.

(Note: If you don’t like mustard and/or mayo on your sandwich, then I can’t guarantee you’ll ever have a good one.)

As I pointed out my brilliant observation to my lovely wife, she turned to me and said, “You should blog about that.”

That was apparently her way of saying, “That’s a great idea, Honey.  Go tell the world.”  It also could have been her way of saying, “Thanks for nothing, Dumbo.  Go tell someone who cares.”  But I’m going to go with the first theory.

Now you know.  You are most welcome.

3 thoughts on “Sandwich Secret

  1. I pride myself on the ability to make one of the best sandwiches in Saskatchewan, and your tip is definitely part of it all. Sandwiches are in my top five favourite foods.

  2. Jason, you and Noel can bond about that one! Seriously don’t mess with the order of Noel’s sandwich. He has trained me to never put the mustard on the bread, like you said, it must mingle. Yikes!

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