Sandwiches

Connie Mistler Davidson

In the winter, cherry tomatoes usually have bolder flavor than their larger cousins. They are perfect for use in sandwich side dishes. Here is a cherry tomato salad side dish, with variations, that perfectly complements sandwiches. Made easily with cherry tomatoes, cucumber, onion, and seasonings.

Connie Mistler Davidson

These recipes can be made for an indoor buffet, or you can have a wonderful picnic meal, if the weather cooperates for your holiday sandwich meal. No matter where you serve it, this meal has something to satisfy most people. Many of the recipes can be made ahead of time.

Connie Mistler Davidson

With a lot of succulent pork in my freezer, it was time to get creative. This is a porkie twist on an old favorite sandwich of mine. These Italian Pork Patties can stand up to a big bun with a lot of condiments! Enjoy this tasty sandwich filling soon.

Connie Mistler Davidson

When many people think of dessert, they believe these foods should be rich, gooey, and decadent. Fruit desserts can be delicious and a more nutritious option for that sweet finish to a sandwich meal. Easy to make, they almost create themselves! Try some sweet fruit desserts soon.

Connie Mistler Davidson

This recipe is a quick and easy fix for when you want a couple of savory Meatless Monday sandwiches without too much fuss. It benefits from the use of some premade ingredients. I used California Sun-Dry's Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto and Enrico Formella's Muffuletta Salad for ease of preparation.

Connie Mistler Davidson

When you want to create a sandwich meal, look for inspiration in your fridge and pantry. There's no need to buy elaborate ingredients. Use the ingredients that you have. After that, add a heaping helping of creativity.

Connie Mistler Davidson

Growing up in the Kansas City Metro area, there was a local favorite sandwich called the Italian Steak Sandwich. It was a bit of breaded paradise on a bun. They are hard to find today, but with this recipe, you will never have to look farther than your kitchen.

Connie Mistler Davidson

Do you enjoy having friends and family over for a meal at your house, but you hate getting stuck in the kitchen? Use Italian Party Sandwiches as the main event on your buffet table. Let people serve themselves as you get pleasure from their company.