Lynn's Sub Sandwiches - A Hometown Fourth of July
Lynn Marshall made these sandwiches for Max Tate when they went on a picnic to Hood Canal. Only problem was, he didn't eat one. In fact, he couldn't eat any of the lunch she'd worked hours on because he was so concerned about the information
Lynn had on his adoptive mother.
1 large loaf Italian bread
4 ounces each thinly sliced turkey, chicken breast, and ham
4 ounces mozzarella cheese, thinly sliced
Shredded romaine lettuce and sliced ripe tomatoes
Cut bread horizontally in half. Brush vinaigrette evenly over cut sides. Layer meats and cheese. Top with lettuce and tomatoes. Replace top half of bread. Wrap with foil and refrigerate up to 4 hours. Cut into 4 pieces. Yum.
Tim Garrett's Broiled Salmon with Lemon Slices and Capers - As We Forgive
Tim suggests making this elegant dish out-of-doors on the grill during the summer months. He also recommends using fresh salmon when available. Since it's quite rainy in winter where he lives in Washington state, he prepared this dish for his girlfriend, Roxanne Ratner, in his oven. He created an impressive meal on New Year's Eve accompanied by pasta and salad. Roxanne brought her homemade Christmas cookies, but unfortunately, an argument kept them from enjoying the dessert.
Salmon for two.
1 teaspoon vegetable or olive oil
1 lemon cut into thin slices
One fourth cup capers
Pinch ground black pepper
Preheat broiler. Rub both sides of salmon steaks with oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Place salmon on rack in broiling pan. Place pan in broiler, 4 inches from heat source. Broil salmon 5 minutes, then turn. Top with lemon slices and dot with capers. Broil fish about 5 minutes longer until opaque throughout.