by Jonas Cramby
In The Ultimate Sandwich by Jonas Cramby you not only get recipe ideas for what to put in your sandwiches but guidance on how to make the bread and rolls too. These sandwiches know no boundaries, they're an eclectic mix of favourites from around the world, tempting us with ideas that elevate the humble sandwich into the star of the show. And for dessert? more sandwiches – with some nifty ideas for sweet treats that even crossover into cocktail territory - its all about as far away from two slices of Mother's Pride and a slab of processed cheese as you can get.
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Publication date: 11/06/2015
Publisher: Pavilion Books
|Publication date:||11th June 2015|
|Genres:||Cookery, Food and Drink,|
|Categories:||Cookery dishes & courses,|
Jonas Cramby works as a freelance food writer and chronicler. His blog on the Swedish magazine Cafe has 20,000 unique readers every month. In 2009 he was awarded the title Chronicler of the Year by Sweden's magazines, and he has recently become the restaurant critic for Metro. His blog is often about American food: he is a devoted lover of Taco after having travelled around in the States and looked inside kitchens to ask how they make their delicious food. In fact, Jonas loves Mex food so much that he has given his daughter the middle name Margarita, and if he ever ...More About Jonas Cramby