By the time we reached Italian coast I hadnâ€™t eaten a sandwich in nearly two weeks. I had seen beautiful over-stuffed sandwiches in the food halls of Harrodâ€™s back in London, packaged sandwiches on the Eurostar as we sped through France, sandwiches with rich cheeses in Brussels, sausages with dark bread in Prague, ham with mustard in Switzerland and Austria, and all matter of stunning looking sandwiches at the gas stations along the German Autobahn; the latter being most curious to me, as it was nothing more than a market at a rest stop and yet there were these buffets of fresh sandwiches on display, allowed to breathe the fresh air and not wrapped in suffocating cellophane like I was used to seeing back in the States. They were the most appealing looking sandwiches I had ever seen in my life.
Guest post over at On Sandwiches today, talking about the best tomato and mozzarella sandwich I’ve ever had. You should go read it.
You should also follow the site. Their love of sandwiches knows no bounds. It’s lovely.
(Sorry if I struggled with their use of “associate” when describing the people you eat sandwiches with.)