Monday, October 6, 2008

And the Winners Are...

Sandwich Week has drawn to a close and it's time to award prizes to the winners!

1st Place goes to Joyce!
For the best and simplest classic sandwich with the best description that made me want to drop everything and make it right away. Also, she said it was "no contest" so I had to give her a prize. And she's my mom, and when I saw the words "no contest" I thought at first I would have to cancel my contest, but luckily that wasn't what she meant. Joyce says:

No contest. The best sandwich is on white bread with a little mayo. Hellmans of course. The sandwich consists of a few slices of fresh tomato(right off the vine) and some lettuce. The secret is the warm tomato right off the vine.

2nd Place goes to Wendy!
Wendy submitted several entries, but the one that caught my eye was this one. Wendy says:

A Hummus-sprout-type-thing with homemade seedy bread that I had in Mexico at a restaurant in the village called S'nice.

Both winners will be receiving a crisp $10 bill in the mail to spend at your favorite sandwich place. Congratulations!

By the way, I had to disqualify Jon (my husband) from entering, as during sandwich week he brought me a sandwich from the local deli - pastrami - which, like Wendy, I haven't had in a long time, but I'd started thinking about. The problem was, Jon had them make it on the usual wheat bread I get sandwiches on, but you must never, never make a pastrami sandwich on anything but rye! Jon made a mistake, and I have forgiven him, but I can't forget how he brought a temporary cloud over sandwich week for that day. But it was nice of him to pick up a sandwich for me. And now, it is time to move onto other things, as this really isn't a recipe blog after all!

2 comments:

wendy wax said...

Lisa,
You don't really have to send me a crisp $10 bill. It can be soft. Actually, you don't need to send one--it's the thought that counts. But I noticed a tiny mistake in your quoting my 2nd place sandwich. I had it in Mexico AND in NYC'S Village. Not at a village in Mexico. Restaurants in Mexico are called things like La Casa Del Mole or Victor's--not S'nice.
Wendy

Lisa Melts Her Penn said...

I stand corrected! And that made me laugh!