Category Archives: Sandwich

Spicy Catfish PoBoys with Creamy Cajun Spread

Spicy Catfish PoBoys with Creamy Cajun SpreadDo you ever try a dish at a restaurant and just know that you have to recreate it at home?  Well, there is a local cafe that puts catfish poboys on their specials menu.  It has everything going for it.  Creamy, spicy, and salty with plenty of texture.  Because it’s not on the regular menu, I had to make my own version to enjoy on a moments notice!  This recipe is my take on spicy catfish poboys with creamy cajun spread. Continue reading

Italian Zucchini Mushroom Sub Sandwiches

Italian Zucchini Mushroom Sub Sandwiches by Alison's AllspiceThis recipe might be my favorite way to enjoy zucchini.  Zucchini is my favorite summertime produce, which is great because when you grow zucchini, you tend to end up with a lot of them!  I started making these Italian zucchini mushroom sub sandwiches long before I became a gardener, and I have perfected the method over the years.  What is your favorite way to enjoy zucchini? Continue reading

Gouda Grilled Cheese with Apricot Ginger Spread

Gouda Grilled Cheese with Apricot Ginger Spread by Alison's AllspiceDisclaimer:  “I received free samples of Libby’s Fruits & Vegetables mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Libby’s Fruits & Vegetables and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.”

My parents taught me how to make a grilled cheese sandwich at a very young age.  They encouraged me to cook as a kid, and maybe that’s why I enjoy it so much today – it takes me back to my youth.  Back then, my grilled cheese sandwiches were simply made with cheddar, but this Gouda grilled cheese with apricot ginger spread is a delicious adult take on the simple and convenient grilled cheese sandwich. Continue reading

Classic Barbecue Jackfruit Sandwiches

Classic Barbecue Jackfruit Sandwiches by Alison's AllspiceI hope you guys didn’t get your fill of BBQ over memorial day weekend because today we are having vegan barbecue!  If you have been eating meatless for very long, you certainly have come across jackfruit.  If not, let me explain.  Jackfruit is a large fruit native to Asia that when young and under ripe has a stringy, chewy texture that is considered very close to the texture of meat.  It is used commonly as a meat replacement to make vegetarian dishes.  One of the most commonly made jackfruit dishes is barbecue sandwiches because it mimics pulled pork very well.  Today I am sharing my recipe for Classic Barbecue Jackfruit Sandwiches!   Continue reading

Vegan Grilled Carrot Dogs

Vegan Grilled Carrot Dogs by Alison's AllspiceHot dogs were one of my favorite foods to eat during the summer as a kid.  My mom would always have them in the house by keeping a stock of frozen dogs.  I didn’t even bother to heat them up!!  Boy life is different now.  Good different.  Vegan grilled carrot dogs different.  Seriously, these carrot dogs take me back to my childhood.  I can gobble up a whole plate of them! Continue reading

Mushroom Swiss Sandwich Melts with Arugula

Mushroom Swiss Sandwich Melts with Arugula by Alison's AllspiceIs any body else on a total mushroom kick right now?  I am just realizing that my last two recipe posts also had mushrooms in them, Two Potato Hash with Mushrooms, and Mushroom Lentil Bolognase.  Mushrooms are the kind of food that you either love or hate, and I love them.  In my opinion, they are best when sauted, like in today’s Mushroom Swiss Sandwich Melts with Arugula recipe! Continue reading

Lentil Cauliflower Vegan Sloppy Joes

Lentil Cauliflower Vegan Sloppy Joes by Alison's AllspiceI have been eating a mostly vegetarian diet for a little over five years.  One of the things I find myself easily doing is eating a lot of carbohydrates.  I get plenty of protein too, but when you are searching for substitutes in a dish like sloppy joes,  carb-heavy fillers can become the easy choice.  I finally upgraded my lentil and bulgar sloppy joes recipe, focusing on getting a serving of veggies instead of carbs. Lentil cauliflower vegan sloppy joes are just as tasty, and help me to focus on eating more vegetables! Continue reading

Tempeh Gyros with Cucumber Tzatziki

Tempeh Gyros with TzatzikiWhen I first started trying meatless meals, I loved tofu, and disliked tempeh.  There are lots of folks out there that don’t like tofu, but I wasn’t never one of them.  Tempeh has taken some time for me to figure out how to prepare properly.  Tempeh is a fermented soybean cake that has a unique flavor, unlike tofu which must be flavored.    The nutty flavor of tempeh works well in these tempeh gyros with cucumber tzatziki.  This recipes has completely changed my mind on tempeh! Continue reading

Garlic Scape Sandwich Spread

Garlic Scape Sandwich SpreadAfter I signed up for my CSA, I was excited for weeks to pick up my first bag of produce.  Sometimes life can get a little crazy around here, however.  When the day came for my first pickup, I was at the mechanic and totally blew it off.  The kind folks that run the CSA called and told me I could pick it up at the farmers market that evening.  But as life goes, the market got rained out and they weren’t there when I got there.   Continue reading

Shrimp Po’ Boys with Zingy Slaw

Shrimp Po' Boys with Zingy Slaw on French BreadIt’s time for Po’Boys my friends!  The Po’Boy is a Louisiana style sub sandwich that can be as creative as you are.  Po’boys got there name from a restaurant in New Orleans during a local factory strike.  The restaurant served free sandwiches to the “poor boys” that were on strike.  My shrimp po’ boys with zingy slaw is a traditional take on the sandwich, having fried seafood and dressed with coleslaw! Continue reading