Slice up that potato, because we are making Parmesan chips to go with it (crisps for you dumb ass Britbongs.) Got the pine nuts ready to toast w/ some black pepper, salt, coriander, and cinnamon.
Getting ready to blend that chunky pesto mayo up, chunky for more crunch. Just your standard pesto w/ the toasted pine nuts + mayo added.
RENDER DOWN THE BACON and drink some beer or grapefruit perrier
Pull these chips out of the oven and put the parmesan on top, let em cool a bit.
And then build the sandwich w/ that tomato and arugula. Also put a dill pickle on that plate cause it goes well w/ all this shit.
Sandwich sounds good, OP, and I'm sure it's tasty. I'd eat it if it were served to me .
I'm a lot more anal about my club sandwiches, though. When I really crave a good turkey club, I buy a small whole turkey breast and roast it, then let it cool, refrigerate it over night, and then slice it thinly the next day. Obviously, it's more meat than I need at once, but I divide it up into single portions and stash some of them in the fridge for the week, and some in the freezer for later. Then I repeat once I've run out of portions.
And, I have to use good sourdough bread for my clubs.
And I cut my clubs into quarters after securing them with 4 toothpicks with a stuffed olive on each.
I like your chips, I haven't made homemade chips in a dog's age, I think I'll make some parmesan chips next time to go with mine.
As someone who spent a lot of time in hotels, and has had more than a couple of club sandwiches, all I'm going to say is that there are a hundred different ways to prepare potatoes, and you completely fucked them up.
I"m not even going to bother about your "sandwich".
Fucking hell, OP.
>Pre-shredded Pecorino Romano
Next time, buy the wedge. They added extra preservatives to the shredded/sliced kind to make it last longer and thus not as fresh. That's on top of the added surface area that is exposed to oxygen in non-block form that deteriorates taste fast.
>on a roll
>that hasn't been toasted
>that hasn't been cut into quarters
>without the central bread slice
so what you've made here is a turkey and bacon roll. Perhaps you think I'm being pedantic? Well, then enjoy the supplied picture of a lion, I mean, it's fairly close to a lion right? No need to be too exacting.