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Paul and Jordan’s Super Secret Sandwich Recipe

2 sandwich rolls (sliced in half and toasted)
6 slices of bacon, perfectly crispy(baked in the oven at 400 degrees for 15 minutes)
1/2 an avocado
a nice amount of lettuce
a little dijon mustard
2 eggs over easy

Put it all together. Makes 2 Sandwiches. Yum. It’s our favorite.

  1. robin kendall

    May 23, 2006

    This sounds delicious – I want one of these the next time I come up to visit!

  2. Paul Ferney

    May 23, 2006

    BTW… if you don’t have any avacado, you can totally subsitute in sliced tomatoes.

  3. bex

    May 23, 2006

    this super secret recipe sounds so good. can you invite me over the next time you make it? i know it might be awhile because you have a lot of pasta leftovers to eat first.

  4. jordan

    May 23, 2006

    Yeah, in theory we should be eating the leftover pasta but we still had our super secret sandwiches last night.

  5. Liz Stanley

    May 24, 2006

    I can’t wait to try the super- but not so secret anymore -sandwich recipe. You can’t go wrong with avocado and bacon toasted. Sounds delish 🙂

  6. Rachel

    May 24, 2006

    We wanted to go out to eat when we have girl’s weekend in August but now I want you to cook for us!

  7. Gabby

    May 26, 2006

    In Greece, everyday I would order the same sandwich for lunch. It was called the 9 to 5 and was a bagette spread with mashed avacado and mayo on one side and cream cheese on the other with bacon and lettuce in the middle. Mmmm, mmmm good. We still make 9 to 5’s whenever possible.

    The best part is, Ralph thinks this sandwich is part of Greek cuisine and will tell people how much he likes Greek food because he likes this sandwich — which contains not one ingredient that would be considered Greek.

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