This sandwich is a mash-up of several of my favorite places, particularly the effervescent, sweet honeycrisp apples from the north and the sharp, creamy pimento cheese from the south. Smokey, thick-cut bacon, a generous amount of bitter baby kale, and a healthy smear of whole grain mustard make one of the most perfect, simply complex sandwiches you will ever eat.
Interchange the fruit, nuts, and grain in this salad as you wish. It’s fool proof and can easily be made ahead of time.
Bare feet, budding peonies, pulled pork and coleslaw, kegged Kolsch, a candy-filled cannon, sparklers in the sunlight, cerulean smoke, a Federalist/Republican debate and a preceding campaign song, sweet tea and bourbon, a field spaniel named Sweetie, cirrocumulus clouds, mountain backdrop, front deck philosophizing, and a pie contest=one perfect July 4th. Chris’s coworker, I’ll call him The Colonel (because…
No pie crust? No problem. Gluten Free “Quiche” with apple crust makes this a perfect dish for your Sunday brunch table. It tastes like autumn in every bite.