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Beet Hummus + Turkey Sandwich

beet hummus and turkey sandwich

If you’ve been reading my blog for any amount of time, you’d probably guess that starting the new year off with a healthy recipe isn’t really my game… But hey! Ya know what? After hanging with my family in Florida for the last month, I’ve decided that this is probably a good idea. You see, my family is obsessed with food. Literally the first question I got asked every morning two seconds after I cleared my breakfast plate was “What do you want for dinner?” Now don’t get me wrong – it’s totally great and I love it, but who in the world knows exactly what they want for dinner first thing in the morning?! Anyways, you get what I’m saying. And after having to think about food 50% more than I already do and realizing that looking good in a bikini is still a thing, I kind of need a little detox. So here’s this. A healthy sandwich that will fill you up and pack you full of feel-good vitamins and nutrients. It’s got beet hummus, cracked pepper turkey, yellow tomatoes, baby kale sprouts, and feta cheese on 2 toasted pieces of bread.

Get the recipe and read about all the health benefits on my Sandwich Expert page on About.com [HERE].

beet hummus turkey sandwich

A Classic Deli-Style Turkey Sub

The perfect turkey sandwichI talk about being from Florida a lot… and it’s mainly because of the turkey sandwich from Publix. I don’t know what it is about this simple little turkey treat, but for some reason it’s just right. And let’s be honest, there’s nothing like sinking your teeth into a perfectly made turkey sub from the deli. It’s the ultimate go-to sandwich whether you’re stoned at the beach or are tucked behind a desk in some cubicle at work. Continue reading

Montbrie Cristo – Brie, Turkey, Ham, Raspberry Jam and Green Onion Grilled Cheese

I feel like I talk about college a lot on this blog. I swear I’m not one of those people who like dream about the good ole days or anything like that (because hey let’s be real my life is pretty effing sweet right now) but one of my besties from FSU is visiting and I’m feeling nostalgic. Owen, who was once the nicest young ruffian you could imagine, is now a real live man! He has the biggest heart of any guy I know but back in the day, the way he displayed his feelings of passion were, well… hilarious and most of the time didn’t really make a whole lot of sense. Let me share the incidents of one special night…