Recently, I purchased a copy of New Recipes From Moosewood Restaurant. At the time of purchase, I solely wanted it for the recipe for "Tart Lemon Tart" (and let me tell you, that tart is worth the price of a paperback cookbook all by itself,) but I have been pleasantly surprised by the other recipes I've tried so far.
Like tonight's dinner, "California Pitas" --
Lettuce, tomato, cucumber, avocado, sliced cheese, alfalfa sprouts, and sliced black olives stuffed into a pita, drizzled with "Vinaigrette," also from the cookbook (and containing our first "harvest" of the season -- a few chives!) I was quite pleased with the entire sandwich, and John commented that the vinaigrette was especially tasty.
I don't much care for sandwiches, I think in large part, because I never know what to put in them. I'm so excited for this little pita sandwich section in this cookbook, however, as there are twelve other sandwiches for us to try! Sandwiches do make a nice, light little meal on a busy weeknight (EVERY weeknight at our house these days,) or for a weekend lunch break during a day of much gardening. I think these recipes will also come in handy if summer ever comes, as we will eventually tire of salads and buddha bowls when it's too hot to cook. :)
What are some of your favorite sandwiches?