It's horrible I'm telling you. Food. It's so lovely and I can't live without it. It's so yummy, and smells good, and and and it's just so..edible.
It's horrible because it is taking up my life. As in. My writing. I had to write a poem for school. It had to rhyme. I wrote a couple, one about a Sous-Chef Frog, another about a faraway kingdom called Chalant-a-lot. I didn't feel like writing anything deep. I mean you can't just sit down and say, "Today I shall write something deep." (Or can you?) So instead I decided to write something silly. So I did.
This morning, while on FoodGawker (planning a future post), I came across quite a few sandwich recipes. Inspired by the photos, I wrote.
How to Make The Perfect Sandwich.
For the foundation use homemade bread.
Butter the undersides, butter I said!
Place the butter side down on the frying pan.
Layer on the first slice of cheese, just because you can.
Add a juicy tomato slice, red and thin.
Now another slice of cheese to keep the moisture in.
A layer of potato chips, must have the crunch, see.
Quick! The last slice of bread! Butter side-down must be!
Mmm! Smells good. Turn it over. Is the bottom golden brown?
Add a little pressure, press it down down down.
The cheese has melted, the butter is dark so we're almost done!
Put it on a plate, grab a drink. Let your teeth sink in. Yum.
If you need even more inspiration for sandwiches, click here. It's beautiful!