At very first look yeah, but homemade that is using loaf makes it an exception. Zucchini is a choice that is questionable i might've rolled with roasted red peppers/arugula/fresh tomatoes but it is their sandwich ...
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- At first glance yeah, but using homemade olive loaf makes it an exception. Zucchini is a questionable choice, I would've rolled with roasted red peppers/arugula/fresh tomatoes but it's their sandwich so who gives a fack what's on it.
- The zucchini is cooked some way right? Actually wanting to know because I just took a bite of raw zucchini out of curiosity and did not care for it. Edit: just saw OP posted the recipe and he did pan sear the zuch, still wouldn't put it on a sandwich but to each his own
- I sometimes use raw zucchini on sandwhiches, usually as a substitute for cucumber. Yeah it doesn't have a mind blowing taste but it's not as watery as cucumber and it adds nice crunchy texture where you need it.
- sun-dried tomato and/or spicy pickled eggplant would also make for an amazing sandwich!
- Honestly, I think the strength of flavor in the ingredients will counterbalance the abundant bread and make it work.
- It's the opposite of Mitch Hedberg vs the pastrami sandwich.
- A loaf of bread and some other people!
- Hoe do you feel about frilly toothpicks?
- I don't like them.
- LOVE EM
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