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BT (Bacon and Tomato) Sandwich

BT (Bacon and Tomato) Sandwich


Right now the hothouse tomatoes are looking really good and soon the field tomatoes will be in season. One of my favorite lunches is the simple and yet so tasty bacon and tomato sandwich. The key to a great tomato and bacon sandwich is ripe tasty tomatoes. I look forward to enjoying many more of these over the next few weeks.

BT (Bacon and Tomato) Sandwich

(makes 1 sandwich)
Printable Recipe

Ingredients:
2 slices of bread (toasted if desired)
4 slices of bacon (cooked)
1 tomato (sliced)
salt and pepper to taste
1 tablespoon mayonnaise (optional)

Directions:
1. Assemble sandwich.

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10 comments:

Ferdzy said...

Lettuce, Kevin, where's the LETTUCE?!? Looks good anyway!

Daryl said...

Man is this recipe ever complicated. I tried it and ended up with a blueberry muffin somehow! I mean, what do I do if I only have 3.5 strips of bacon? Why doesn't the recipe account for that?!?

Janet said...

Throw a few globs of Hellman's Mayo on there and I'm sold!!

Valli said...

I'm with Janet. I love a blob of mayo on mine as well. It is drip down your arm delicious!!!

~Tina Marie~ said...

Simple is always best, especially when it comes to tomato sandwiches! I add Duke's Mayo to mine and as Valli said..."it's drip down your arm delicious!"

Kevin said...

Mayo certainly is good in a tomato and bacon sandwich! This sandwich does tend to be a bit messy but it is well worth it.

Wren said...

The sandwich that always makes me smile is a bacon, tomatoe, and peanut butter sanwich. I use the all natural unsalted peanut butter and pumpernickel or sourdough bread toasted with black pepper. Your taste buds will thank you.
Love the blog.

Anonymous said...

I just ate it and it made my day..lack of lettuce should not stop you from making BTs! - El Turco

Anonymous said...

Try it on a bagel and add cream cheese. That's my favorite breakfast sandwich.

Anonymous said...

omg! it's great! 2 of my favorite things are tomato sandwiches...and corn on the cob...only 1 time a year do they taste this good!

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