Thursday, 1 December 2011

The creation of...a masterpiece?!

Surprised and absolutely delighted to begin by telling you all that Mr Manwich has now had over a thousand views!!! In celebration I have purchased my very own domain name - - which will hopefully be very easy for you all to remember and mention to fellow sandwich loving friends, colleagues and relatives.
Once again, BIG thank you to all of you who have viewed my posts and offered support in any way: much appreciated!

Big Thanks! Mr Manwich.

And so to the main order of business for this post: the steps involved in the creation of a masterpiece sandwich! 

So, I've been eating a number of sandwiches recently including a number of my own home made creations, and I wanted to take a little bit of time to detail some of the crucial steps necessary in the composition of a sand-which I (See what I did there? WORDPLAY: whasssup!) have dubbed 'The Mr Manwich: Salami Edition".

Before outlining the steps involved in creating the sandwich, let's clear up exactly that which Mr Manwich considers to be a masterpiece...

It's simple: a creation perfect from start to finish.

Some examples of historic masterpieces I would liken this sandwich to, perhaps??

Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa?

William Shakespeare's Hamlet?

Mario Putzo and Francis Ford Coppola's Godfather Part 2?

Michaelangelo's ceiling of the Sistine chapel!?!?

ROCKY 4!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?


I don't mean to big myself up, and we all know this blog is all in good humour, a bit of tongue-in-cheek some may say, but this sandwich really is something to behold.

And here's why:

Thick, hand sliced tiger bread; thinly, evenly spread butter; fresh wild rocket; a generous helping of meaty, smoky, oily-but-not-too-oily salami milano; juicy, ripe cherry tomatoes; a drizzle of extra virgin and to top the elements all off cool creamy mayo...

All the ingredients you'll need to create pure sandwich BLISS.

So go on grab everything you need and I'll explain it all!:
Every single step on how the ingredients are arranged between the two slices of bread!

Wouldn't it be really annoying if I just stopped right here and didn't tell you until my next post?

Mr Manwich
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