November 23, 2018
Good morning crew,
Like you, probably, I am taking a much deserved day off today. Not that I'll be loafing around all day. There is always plenty to clean up after a party.
No good deed goes unpunished.
But at least I get to look forward to a leftover turkey sandwich for my lunch. That first day the leftover turkey is always the best. The fifth day, not so much, but for some reason that one-day-old turkey is almost better than fresh out of the oven.
I like to make my sandwiches on toasted bread (a lot of people don't agree with this, but I think toasted bread adds structure to the sandwich). Then I like to add mayo, but only a little bit because after I add the turkey I like to dribble a little gravy over it. Finally I top it off with mashed potatoes, salt and black pepper.
Now THAT'S a sandwich.
Laugh it up,
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