Sorry folks. It was gone before I could get a picture of it. It's been a few years since I've had a fresh homemade one and man was it good. I think I was eating the bacon off the stack as fast as my dad could fry it up.
|Fighting the good fight|
Lightly toasted white bread. Copious amounts of bacon. Thickly sliced tomatoes. Fresh, crisp lettuce. And a very light spreading of mayo.
Couple of months from now I will be plucking fresh ripe tomatoes of the vine and eating BLT's twice a week. For me they are only consumed when I have my beautiful home grown tomatoes. Store bought tomatoes are for the uninformed, if you can't grow your own, find a farmers market. The difference is amazing.
I add cheese and onion to mine, but I add cheese and onion to just about everything I cook.
A couple SIGs and a few others
|Striker in waiting|
You may have been electrocuted one too many times.
I predict that there will be many suggestions and statements about the law made here, and some of them will be spectacularly wrong. - jhe888
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If we're talking BLTs at breakfast time, I love tossing on an ham-cheese-mushroom-scallion-siraccha omlet to the mix. Makes one hell of a messy thick sandwich with the lettuce, tomato, bacon, and mayo, but damn good!
Certifiable member of the gun toting, almost 70, bucket list workin', crazed retiree, bald is beautiful club!
I prefer it on lightly toasted rye with a slice or two of deli American cheese.
Foster's, Australian for Bud
I like cheese but never thought about it on a BLT. Oh well. That gives me an excuse to make more.
|On the DL|
I like my BLT without the L, and prefer rye or whole wheat, instead of white bread. Or maybe on a baguette, if I happen to find one in the kitchen
And Duke's. Don't forget the Duke's.
I keep hearing a bout those special tomatoes grown in Virginia -- Hanover? I have not had the opportunity to try one, but my Virginia friends tell me how great they are.
Psalm 118:24 "This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it"
Wait, I've this backwards.
"Ninja kick the damn rabbit"
From “White Trash Cooking” by Ernest Matthew Mickler
KITCHEN SINK TOMATO SANDWICH
“In the peak of the tomato season, chill 1 very large or 2 medium tomatoes that have been vine-ripened and have a good acidy bite to their taste.
Take two slices of bread . Coat them with ¼ inch of good mayonnaise.
On one piece of bread, slice the tomato ¼ inch thick. Salt and pepper that layer. Add another layer of sliced tomato, and again salt and pepper. Place the other piece of bread on top of this, roll up your sleeves, and commence to eat over the kitchen sink while the juice runs down your elbows.”
|Delusions of Adequacy|
Just don't put guacamole on it, because then you'll have an LGBT.
I have my own style of humor. I call it Snarkasm.
|I Am The Walrus|
Only thing better than a fresh BLT would be 2 BLTs.
There used to be a retailer in the Chicagoland area called Venture. They made some really good BLTs. I don't miss Venture but I sure have great memories of their BLTs.
I like BLT's true to their name, nothing added except toasted bread ( wheat )and coupous amounts of mayo along with s&p. That's all it needs!!
In my many years I have come to a conclusion that one useless man
is a shame, two is a law firm,
and three or more is a congress.
-- John Adams
Or a BBBBBBBLT
Ladies and gentlemen, take my advice - pull down your pants and slide on the ice.
A good BLT is in my top 3 or 4 sammiches
I like crispy-cold hearts of romaine and a 1" thick slice of beefsteak tomato.
"Butter" the bread with real mayo and toast lightly. Add quality thick bacon slices (at least 6).
Add pepper to taste, thousand island on top, more mayo on the bottom
We used to donate blood at a church in Manassas, VA that gave you a BLT afterwards as a reward. Every time they ran a collection, we were there.
Hell, is other people! J-P S
When a thing is funny, search it carefully for a hidden truth. - George Bernard Shaw
I like your style, except for the wimp lettuce.
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