This sandwich has many faces…at its most basic it’s deliciously nutritious and simple to prepare. Hummus, tomatoes (whatever type you have on hand), avocado and fresh basil topped with a light sprinkling of salt and freshly ground pepper assembled between freshly baked bread and yum, lunch is served! The great thing about this sandwich is its’ flexibility – add some shredded carrot, a drizzle of balsamic vinegar, fresh baby spinach or lettuce, sprouts, goat cheese or perhaps cheddar – and you will enjoy a blending of fresh flavors sure to delight… especially on a hot summers day. Try it yourself – experiment with a variety of fresh veggies and see what works for you. Enjoy.
I remember having a garden, and picking ripe tomatoes, and immediatly putting some “pepperidge Farm white bread” in the toaster, and slathering mayonaise on the toast with slices of juicy “Jersey” tomatoes (the best), with a dash of salt., and
it was a culinary masterpeice!!! One was never enough!
Now I live in central america, where we grow avacados, but they are called “Butter pPears as they are much larger, and resemble pears, and of course, they are
sliced just like butter!
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