The 10th day of Christmas.
Almond Peanut Butter Streusel Arugula Turkey Ham Egg Cheese Sandwich
with Lapsang Souchong Tea
This was not a breakfast for dinner but a nice brunch with a surprise, I guess it could be a variation of sorts though, for reason.
Arugula, cream cheese based slices of cheese into fourth, turkey deli meat, an over easy egg, a paper thin cut of apple, sriracha dressing and ground chipotle.
If you’re one for lapsang souchong tea, take a shot. It will be the best. Woody but highly refined flavor has been one of the grounds the tea is a fit as an accompaniment for Japanese food, mostly lean and clear dishes, there are many different views.
This would be one of them. Dark and earthy character with deep and rich lasting of aftertaste will bring the best in this pairing in a way taking a balance.
To top it off, it’s with sense of impression for a suggestive juxtaposition.
As for the bread, I can’t take any for the bread. My partner is the one who made that. It struck on the idea for a good use of almond butter, peanut butter and leftover butter pieces.
Looks rustic somewhat but very sensitive and dreamy inside that. If you can have a good look at pics, it likely comes into your taste buds under a persuasive context of your food memories.
In the same breath, it’s safe to say it reached an appreciation of the originals as to a notable variation. The bread might remind you of a typical Korean style streusel bun, specifically, in terms of the feature. Partially, you’ve got a thing.
But practically close to the most exceptional Japanese bread for sandwich because inside the bread is incredibly fluffy and moist. Even airy. Definitely, no need to dig out the bread. I’m still on that impression.
It had something to do with a remarkable footing of classic Japanese taste. The most distinctive or just popular types, either way, it’s what came from a nice improvisation among the most popularized icons around the world.
Much more than showing off licks he has learned as my mind did take in the thing that there are arrangements familiar to me like an inviting selling point, admittedly.