I think it is only fitting for the first food article to be about the first thing I made. That is of course the simplest possible food item, a sandwich. Not just any sandwich one with magical flavours and roots dating back to when I was three.
When I was a kid you see I used to make Honey, Cheese and Jam sandwiches, still do. Don’t know why they started been made, but mum insisted when I was little she wouldn’t make me them. So instead I got yucky sandwiches for school. But anyway….
So it’s pretty simple you will need Honey, Strawberry Jam (substitutes discussed below) cheese and of course some kind of lubrication between that in the bread, so butter or margarine. Also of course, you need bread. I believe for best effect it should be white sliced bread.
I have a few rules for the construction of this sandwich, primarily relating to using traditional sliced white bread. As well as if there is a crust piece used, the honey must be on that piece, the jam cannot be on this piece. That is madness, and logical, as a crust is traditionally placed on the top slice, the honey flavour must enter your mouth from the top and be balanced by the gooey jam bottom under the layer of cheese.
Substituting the Jam with other times of Jams is also welcome. Remember for best taste it should be a spread and not a conserve based Jam. However both can be used. It’s just that the chunky pieces of fruit can cause ruin to the delicate balance of sweat and surgery.
If you make this particular sandwich or know of someone else who has created this type of sandwich before, post in the comments section. I would like to hear from you, how you enjoyed the taste, or maybe didn’t enjoy it. Also if anyone else has made note of this type of sandwich, I would love to see what little tweaks or things they in general have done to create it.
I have a few other ideas I want to adapt this flavour scheme to as well, so if you see recipes of the like, drop them here as well!