Sorry all my readers! I've been working incessantly for the past several months, but I am back with more snobbiness than ever!
Sometimes you just want a sandwich because you're just too lazy to cook, and other times you just want that perfect bite--a little bit of peppered salame, some burrata, some basil, some heirloom tomato...
This sandwich ain't easy to assemble. In fact, you have to really plan out your laziness. I don't know about you, but even I, Foodsnob, do not have burrata cheese in my fridge at all times. I've already written about a couple ways to enjoy this cheese, and so this is just one of the many ways.
For my sandwich craving, I toasted some ciabatta bread, rubbed it with garlic, then drizzled with my dwindling supply of Morgenster olive oil from Cape Town, South Africa. Then I layered heirloom tomatoes, peppered salame, basil and burrata, which I drizzled with more olive oil and gray salt and freshly cracked black pepper.
OK, so maybe this sandwich ain't for the lazy...maybe more for the crazy? In any case, it was mighty delicious, especially with a glass of Barolo wine. So next time you're too tired to cook, plan that a day ahead and make this fabulous sandwich!
Wish you could have a bite,