Yum! Y’know, most of the time the simple stuff is best! I love pasta, and I definitely eat other things besides sandwiches! I guess I’ve just been on a sandwich kick lately because I’ve been trying to get more veggies into my meals and it’s easy to just slap a bunch of ingredients between bread and have it turn out ok—and cheap too! Pasta and rice things will be in this blog’s future, though. I even hear-tell of mashing up avocado and using it as a pasta-sauce as is (!)
Hey, awesome! Have fun with your new kitchen! It’s always nice to get more space. :) I don’t follow any sandwich-specific blogs (and to be honest I wasn’t expecting to draw this many sandwiches in a row— I eat other things too!) but there are various types of food blogs I like to follow, like these:
*Marian Churchland’s hchom.com was actually an indirect inspiration for this tumblr. She posts illustrated lists of things she wants—generally focusing on food, clothes, and cool fantasy bits ‘n pieces. It doesn’t have many recipes per se, but if you enjoy collections of yummy-looking things like I do, then you will like this.
*If you’re looking for a tumblr of illustrated food, I looove Kyle Fewell’s drippy, smiley foodstuffs at Hello, this is food.
*I was also just recently made aware of Kat Verhoeven’s Drawn and Devoured, where she blogs about her eating experiences with bunches of illustrations!
As far as regular photography food blogs go, there are a few that I’ve been following for a while, all with yummy recipes!
*The Kitchy Kitchen— verrry nicely designed photos and videos.
*Just Hungry & Just Bento, sister sites with wonderful Japanese recipes from Makiko Itoh.
*Smitten Kitchen—Not many sandwiches, but lots of other things!
Damn! Spicy mango sauce, eh? I feel like I need to be investigating more kinds of relishes and sauces around here, that all sounds delicious! At one of my local cafes I had a breakfast plate of thick ham on potato pancakes with apple butter that sounds like it had a similar balance of sweet/salty/fruity!
Ooo, this sounds gooood! Although I will admit I’m not much of a tuna salad person, so maybe a substitute of chicken or chickpeas would also be delicious? Or maybe it’s just time for me to give tuna another chance.
In any case, I’ll definitely give it a try! Yum! Thanks!