Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Introducing "The Mike Dixon"

My signature sandwich, which I just invented just now consists of:
Two slices of hearty light rye bread (seeded),upon each of which is slathered a sensible amount of creamy peanut butter, with a small handful of Uncle Ray's Jalapeno Flavored Potato Chips between.
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Try it out!

8 comments:

Cheeto said...

Dude, that's totally gross.

Office Manager said...

When I workd at the now defunct Dellwood Pickle in Andersonville (Chicago, nort' side) they named a sandwhich after me. It was called the Wiglar and it was sauteed portabello mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes and homemade mayonnaise on focaccia bread. Little did they know that I stole that sandwhich idea from the Beat Kitchen (Roscoe Village). Actually, they did know because I told them.

Shipping / Receiving said...

Cheeto said...
Dude, that's totally gross.


Cheeto? Don Cheeto?
No, it's actually not gross. Y'seen those jalapeno or habanero coated nuts they've got out now? Same fantastic taste sensation.
I have been known (by people very close to me - and now - the internet) to put some Cheetos on my PB sandwiches.
Don't care much for jelly, though.

Dorie Tow said...

I put fritos on tuna fish sandwiches from Subway. Is that weird?

Shipping / Receiving said...

Hey, if that's the way your customers want them, who am I to pass judgement?
You're talking about tuna salad, right? Alot of people think that it's acceptable to refer to tuna salad as "tuna fish", but it's really not.

Concerned parent said...

It's like instead of chicken salad, someone orders chicken bird, or spaghetti and cow instead of spaghetti and meatballs.

ratzinberger said...

what office manager did not tell you was that the Dellwod Pickle called it the Wiglar because the "homemade mayonnaise" was actually his secret sauce love juices if you know what I mean.

Mr. Manners said...

See, that is gross. In fact, it's obscene.