The tomato sandwich contains realms of wonder, even when it’s made on Bunny Bread or Sunbeam.
You can make this classic summer sandwich in seconds, eat it almost as fast and argue over the finer points forever.
It is simple, it is cheap and, because it’s at its best in the summer, it has special powers. In the midst of our soaking heat, the season brings us these cheerfully red, bodaciously juicy tomatoes. Make one into a tomato sandwich, and you’ve made a meal. Bite in, and you may at least briefly give thanks for the summer, instead of just wishing it away.
For the Sandwich
4 slices of white bread
1 large Beefsteak tomato
2-4 TBSP Dukes Mayo (to taste)
Slice tomato into medium-thick slices and set aside. Generously spread mayonnaise onto each slice of bread.
Layer tomato slices onto a single slice of bread and sprinkle generously with salt and pepper, to taste.
Add the final slice of bread on top to make your sandwich. Enjoy!