Got turkey? It’s time to create your Day After Thanksgiving Sandwich. Back when Grant was a student and I was a working girl, I had a job at an office building in downtown Portland. On the ground floor of the building, there was a sandwich shop called Freddie Brown’s. Their specialty was a roasted turkey sandwich with cranberry sauce. As I walked past Freddie’s every morning, the aroma of roasting turkey filled the air and I plotted ways to get together enough money to go down for lunch and grab a sandwich. It was a simple sandwich: fresh white bread, mayo on one side, butter on the other, hot carved turkey, white or dark meat (I usually chose a combo), cranberry sauce, salt and pepper. This sandwich usually put me in a bit of a turkey coma, which would lead to a short nap in my cubicle after lunch. I love the day after Thanksgiving. I’m not much of a Black Friday shopper. Just like to hang out and eat a great sandwich and plan how Christmas is going to happen. The sandwich is made just like Freddie Brown’s- except I pile on a layer of dressing as well.
Cheers to the turkey coma.
And a little nap.
Day After Thanksgiving Sandwich
- fresh sliced bread any type or leftover rolls
- Best Foods or Hellmann’s mayo
- Sausage and Apple stuffing heated recipe here
- fresh cranberry sauce recipe here
- Turkey white or dark meat, heated just a bit
- salt and pepper
Spread the bread with butter on one side and mayo on the other. Don’t be stingy.
Layer: warm dressing, cranberry sauce and warmed turkey.
Sprinkle generously with salt and pepper.
Eat right away.
2 thoughts on “Day After Thanksgiving Sandwich”
This looks so dang good. I like your "Don't be stingy" comment. I was making my turkey sandwich on Friday and my brother in law said "would you like some sandwich with your mayonnaise?" Bring it on dude.
Rye bread, mayo both sides, never butter (yuck!), turkey, cranberry, maybe some salt and LETTUCE!!! Why put dressing on bread?