I wanted to reply earlier, but waited to see if anyone wanted to play first.
I search the internet all night for ideas. Usually just end up using google/images and go from there.
"Does it look good? Okay, I'll check out the recipe."
4 or 5 a day? List them!
Here's some lunch specs that have been moving well for me...
1z cod, beer batter then panko breading. deep fry.
shredded cabbage and radish
yogurt/sour cream/cilantro sauce
handmade (purchased) corn tortilla
1z pico on the side
Flank Steak Sammy:
flank steak rubbed generously with Montreal seasoning
(I made my own, recipe is at work. Orange peel, gran garlic, dill, kosher salt, pepper, crsh red pepper, celery seed, etc)
seared, cooked MR and sliced thin, 3z per order
horseradish sour cream
I accidentally purchased a prosciutto cotto. Needed to get rid of it. Came up with this great sandwich; realized half way through making it -it's a muffaletta rip-off. *sigh*
pepperoncini/kalamata/rst red bell/red onion/oregano/olive oil/n'stuff
Everyone has their own take on this
It moves, especially when it's hot outside.
check it out: http://battleofthebanhmi.com/
Haven't run these in a while, but they always sell well for me:
marbled rye (thick)
4z shaved ham
...that's it. Apple butter is the x-factor.
Roast Beef Po'Boy
You probably don't need a recipe...
I prefer Parisian baguette or something with a light crust and a crumb that will absorb the gravy. Others may not. w/e
hinged bread, not sliced through!
If food cost permits, add sliced ham, tomatoes, and pickles. It's a bit overkill though IMHO.
Fish specs lately have been taking advantage of the fresh berry season and the salmon season.
This week was raspberry/chipotle salsa on salmon. Polenta cake. Veg.
Could just make a salad out of it for lunch, though.
Raspberry vinaigrette ... I'm starting to type train of thought now.
I'll stop then.
Okay, your turn!