Pork belly comes from the underside of the pig, once the spareribs and loin have been removed. One of the easiest ways to prepare pork belly is to score the fat side and slow cook in the oven. Scoring allows some of the fat to render while keeping the pork tender and juicy.
I love cucumbers because they are refreshing and deliver so much flavor. Cucumber Sandwiches are perfect for an on-the-go summer meals and will have you looking at sandwiches in a whole new light. Feel free to add favorites like tomatoes or red onion slices.
Pack these no-cook wraps for quick lunches at the beach or pool.
Load up these sandwiches with fresh garnishes like shredded cabbage, peppers, lettuces, and cucumbers to balance the heat of these spicy sauce.
Grown-Up Grilled Cheese Tiny New York Kitchen Style is not your ordinary grilled cheese; this one is filled with Gruyère, bacon, and pickles. Pair it with your favorite soup for a satisfying lunch or supper.
Spring is a great time to green up your meals. These finger sandwiches are excellent for a spring gathering. Feel free to halve recipe if serving less people.
I’ve kept this recipe simple, but feel free to add capers, chives, or diced jalapeños when preparing salmon.
These really should just be called “Heaven On A Bun” unless you’re a vegetarian. Pork shoulder, simmered for hours in rum and coke is fall-off-the-bone tender. Feel free to top this deliciousness with a scoop of your favorite slaw.
Traditional teatime is four o’clock, but you may eat these delicious sandwiches anytime.
This time of year I enjoy having afternoon tea with little tea sandwiches. There’s something so civilized about it. You can make the egg salad a day in advance, place it in an airtight container and refrigerate it until you’re ready to use.