sinwiches-rev-12-16There’s nothing like an afternoon quickie.  With sandwiches you can be in and out OR get creative with the position of your meat on the bed…of lettuce.  Before you make a human sandwich, try one of these.

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      1. […] Step 1 Split the shrimp down the middle.  Chop the hard-boiled egg up.  In a large mixing bowl, combine the shrimp and eggs with the chopped red onion, radish, celery, chili and red pepper.  Squeeze in ¼ of the lime and the mayonnaise. Step 2 Mix the goods up in the bowl thoroughly.  Remove the avocados from their shells in tact (use a spoon for best results) and discard the pit.  Stuff enough of the mixture into each pit indentation with it overflowing, but not spilling off the sides.  Squeeze more lime and salt if you like.  Serve it up solo, over a bed of lettuce (because it’s classy), or with a sexy sandwich. […]

      2. […] Wrap can also be served on a platter to a party where you can pick up a few phone numbers. This SINWICH is just that versatile. You should be […]

      3. […] Step 1 Bring a pot of water to a roaring boil. Chop away the Serrano chili stems and toss them in the pot along with the garlic and tomatillos. Blanche them all until the tomatillos soften (approx 5-7 min). Drain the water. Step 2 Transfer the boiled tomatillos, garlic, Serrano chilies to a blender or food processor and puree. Pour the liquefied goods into a bowl. Roughly chop up the green onions and cilantro and add to the bowl. Slice and squeeze in the limejuice, salt it up, mix it all together, and refrigerate until they cool (approx 30 min). Serve with chips or on top of any number of fine ENTREES or TACOS. […]

      4. […] it into a dressing. Step 3 Toss the field greens, mango, and dressing. Serve up with a delectable SINWICH and you are […]

      5. […] Spoon plates of salad and crown with the salmon and feta cheese Serve up the salad solo, or with a SINWICH or SOUP or […]

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