Tag Archives | Sandwich

…Avocado and mango make a tasty ‘wich?

Avocado and Mango Sandwich

Avocado and mango are atop my favorite foods list, so a sandwich that combines the two (plus a cilantro spread) is automatically going to become a ‘must try’.

If you share my love of the mango and the avocado, then check out YumSugar’s ‘Wich of the Week”, an Avocado and Mango With Cilantro-Lime Mayonnaise creation.

[YumSugar – ‘Wich Of The Week – Avocado and Mango With Cilantro-Lime Mayonnaise Sandwich]

…Bacon Blankets are perfect for sandwiches?

Bacon Blanket

The Bacon Blanket is the perfect answer to the “How can I cover my sandwich with the optimal amount of bacon?” question.

Can you think of a better way?

[Via: Breakfast Blogger]

…Nothing is sacred?

Is Nothing Sacred

Is nothing sacred?

That’s the question asked by this amazingly unique shirt from Design By Humans.

Featuring a mix of pop culture and sacred icons, from Elvis to the Sacred Cow, Jesus to grilled cheese sandwiches, the lonely Sacred Kingfisher to the Sacred Heart, it might not be a good shirt to wear to church, but blaspheme has never looked so good.

[Design By Humans]

…Your bacon sandwich isn’t perfect?

Want to know a tasty math formula?

    Bacon SandwichN = C + {fb (cm) . fb (tc)} + fb (Ts) + fc . ta

    Where N=force in Newtons required to break the cooked bacon, fb=function of the bacon type, fc=function of the condiment/filling effect, Ts=serving temperature, tc=cooking time, ta=time or duration of application of condiment/filling, cm=cooking method, C=Newtons required to break uncooked bacon.


According to scientists at the Leeds University, if you can follow the above formula, you will have created the perfect bacon sandwich.

How do they know? They spent 1,000 hours testing 700 variations on the traditional bacon sandwich to discover that

    Two or three back bacon rashers should be cooked under a preheated oven grill for seven minutes at about 240C (475F).
    The bacon should then be placed between two slices of farmhouse bread, 1cm to 2cm thick.

Who knew science could be so delicious?

[BBC – Scientists ‘Perfect’ Bacon Butty]

[Via: Neatorama]

…CD spindles are great for holding bagels?

CD Bagel

Some people just see the world a little different. Most of us would look at an empty CD spindle and just see garbage, but Flickr user pkwa looked at it and saw a better use: bagel sandwich holder. Just account for the post in the middle when you’re making your sandwich (cuts holes into your meat and keep the sauce out of the middle), and you’ve got a great way to keep everything together and unsquished until it’s time to enjoy your creation. Eat up.

[Flickr – Bagel To Go]

[Via: Slashfood]