Pulled Pork Sandwich

Easiest recipe ever (sorry this isn’t an uber specific. You can’t really ruin it…) :

Pork Shoulder or Pork Loin (Pork shoulder is more tender and is traditional but sometimes I use pork loin if I have it)

Bottle BBQ Sauce



Set crockpot to low setting. Put pork in crockpot and dump bbq sauce on top. Move around to be sure the bbq sauce gets over the entire slab of meat. Cook on low for 4-5 hours depending on how much or little meat you added. The pork is done when its tender and can be shredded easily with a fork. Put on toasted buns for sandwiches or just eat by itself. I like to add bread and butter pickles to my sandwich. Just sayin’… Enjoy!

Burrata and Avocado Sandwiches with Balsamic & Olive Oil

These sandwiches are easy and delicious. Mix some olive oil and balsamic vinegar together (a ratio of three quarters olive oil and one quarter balsamic vinegar. Eyeball it…) and then press some lightly toasted sourdough bread  on the oil/vinegar mixture and let it absorb for a second. For the other slice of bread, spread with a little mayo. (If you are adverse to mayo then do the oil/vinegar mixture on both slices of bread). Then just layer with slices of burratta cheese, avocado and tomato. Season with a little salt and pepper and you have a delicious sandwich on your hands. Enjoy!

Tea Sandwiches

Ever had a small gathering that doesn’t require a huge meal but you still want to offer something of substance? Try these fabulous little sandwiches out on your friends – they’re sure to comment! I have both a savory and sweet option that are sure to please. And don’t be surprised if the kids and husband love them too!

Loaf of Crustless white bread with remove crusts


Raspberry Jam

Conte Cheese Sliced


Dijon Mayonaisse

Make a sandwich with the Nutella and Raspberry. Cut into 4ths making bite size sandwiches. For  Salami sandwiches, first spread dijon mayonnaise on both sides of the bread before layering with salami and then conte. Cut into 4ths as well and serve them on a platter