Sometimes I'm unimpressed with the sandwiches I post, or I spend an hour making a sandwich, and just never post it at all. Usually what goes wrong is it just gets overcomplicated, and loses focus. This post is all about simplicity, because appreciating food has very little to do with what goes into making it, it all comes down to whether it satisfies you. And I've been pretty good at applying that nugget of wisdom to life too lately. I don't overthink things too much, and the simple shit is really the best. Making new friends. Asking old friends how their day is going. Spending some time by yourself doing something that makes you happy.
Somehow, I managed to walk away with 4 slices of ham that cost me $16, but I only needed one slice of ham for this sandwich, 'cause he practically cut me hamsteaks. Which meant I got to enjoy this 3 more times!!!
So yea, there's like, nothing in this sandwich, and it's so perfect.
bread (Queen St Gluten Free Bakery white bean and millet seed)
Hogtown Cure house ham
grainy mustard with maple syrup
There's this stuff.
One more angle.
Assmebled. Fried in butter.
Look at those cute little former piggies.
Wee, wee, wee, all the way into this sandwich.
And that was my happy cloudy day breakfast.
Thanks for looking! Have an excellent day you guys.