Today’s prompt for the World Watercolor Group is sandwich. One of my favorite sandwiches is The Gobbler, which is a hearty turkey sandwich dressed with lettuce, tomato, mayo or cream cheese, and cranberry sauce. Some folks even add some stuffing, too.
Sandwich – The Gobbler
I really don’t eat many sandwiches anymore, but if I see one listed on a menu and want to try it, I ask that it be served over salad greens rather than on bread. Delicious!
Do you like your cranberry sauce in the form of a smooth gelatin (sometimes shaped like the can) or hearty and chunky? I like to make my own cranberry relish with either oranges or pineapple, chopped celery, and some chopped walnuts.
If you think Thanksgiving leftovers are boring, you should try The Gobbler, which is basically a turkey sandwich with lettuce, maybe a layer of leftover stuffing, and a generous spread of cranberry relish. Some folks add mayo, cream cheese, or gravy as well. Delish!
First, although a day late, I want to play along with the #WorldWatercolorGroup prompt of deviled eggs. Funny thing is last month one of the prompts was eggs, and at that time I decided to paint deviled eggs. That painting was created while I was on a bumpy plane ride to California, and the lighting was awful, but I posted the results anyway. I tried to improve with these – not sure I pulled that off, but here they are.
Deviled Eggs Revisited
Second, today’s prompt is sandwich, so you are probably wondering what the below UFO might be. Recently at a restaurant I ordered a Portobello mushroom sandwich with no bun. I’m not sure it is still considered a sandwich when there is no bread, but that’s how I like it. The meaty Portobello was served atop some roasted beet slices, lettuce, and tomato and was crowned with sliced avocado.
Portobello mushroom sandwich sans bun
Kind of a wonky little illustration but the sandwich, without a bun, was scrumptious.