The Thanksgiving feast contains many useful components for a great sandwich, and in this day and age when the only food available on airplanes is a box of randomized vending machine junk, what better way to eat and fly.
This was my brother’s version. There’s turkey, stuffing, provolone, and prosciutto (because ham makes everything better). Oh, and arugula and tomato.
Mine is similar except I left off the tomato (yuck!) and added a little salami as well (two kinds of pig are better than one!).
And my wife’s. Tomato yes. No cheese or pig products. Still makes a yummy way to see turkey off.
We even took along some of the homemade cranberry sauce to add to the sandwich, but it was packed separately to prevent soggy bread (a big no no).
And some of these little fellows, cornichons, as complement. They really are the best kind of pickle.
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