Pastrami Grilled Reuben

Episode 4 of “What’s For Lunch” is the Top Round Pastrami Grilled Reuben! Grilled to perfection in a cast iron skillet, get you some! Ingredients, Nutrition Facts, and Directions below. Music: http://bensound.com The Reuben is a kosher-style delicatessen sandwich, and I say “kosher-style” because it may not be considered kosher by some according to JewishContinue reading “Pastrami Grilled Reuben”

Boar’s Head Blazing Buffalo Chicken Deli Sandwich

The best thing about lunch recipes is that the best lunch recipes use already prepared foods. The episodes of “What’s for Lunch” are ideas to be used at your disposal, not to be taken seriously, and are best enjoyed when consumed on your lunch break or in the comfort of your own home. Music: http://bensound.comContinue reading “Boar’s Head Blazing Buffalo Chicken Deli Sandwich”

Boar’s Head Horseradish Cheddar And London Broil

The best thing about lunch recipes is that the best lunch recipes use already prepared foods. The episodes of “What’s for Lunch” are ideas to be used at your disposal, not to be taken seriously, and are best enjoyed when consumed on your lunch break or in the comfort of your own home. Music: http://bensound.comContinue reading “Boar’s Head Horseradish Cheddar And London Broil”

Lemon Garlic Herb Aioli Turkey Burger | Traver Recipes

The May 2021 Burger of the Month is the Lemon Garlic Herb Aioli Turkey Burger! 400 calories per serving and loaded with flavor! If you’re craving a cheeseburger but are looking for a healthier option than beef, this Turkey Burger is the way to go. Music: http://bensound.com Okay so it’s late spring and we’re aboutContinue reading “Lemon Garlic Herb Aioli Turkey Burger | Traver Recipes”

Rotisserie Chicken Salad

A timeless Chicken Salad recipe that’s easy to make, thanks to the use of rotisserie chicken from your local grocery store. Details below! Music: http://bensound.com Chicken salad is a dish made from pulled or cubed chicken. Mayonnaise is used as a binder for the ingredients, and it is served cold as is, over salads, orContinue reading “Rotisserie Chicken Salad”

Crock Pot French Dip Sandwiches

Set it and forget it French Dip?! It doesn’t get any better than this. Despite the name this sandwich is actually not French in origin, it’s American. Los Angeles has two restaurants that claim to have invented it and without being a local myself, it’s difficult to determine or have a strong opinion one wayContinue reading “Crock Pot French Dip Sandwiches”

Crock Pot Corned Beef Reuben

The Reuben sandwich meets slow cooker magic. Easy-to-make, budget friendly, delicious. The Reuben is a kosher-style delicatessen sandwich, and I say kosher-style because it may not be considered kosher by some according to Jewish dietary regulations of kashrut. This is due to the cheese it uses not following specific guidelines used in any meat-based animalContinue reading “Crock Pot Corned Beef Reuben”

Oklahoma Onion Burger

March 2021 Burger Of The Month is the “Oklahoma Onion Burger,” as tribute to Oklahoma’s answer to the American Great Depression which ended in March of 1933. The idea was simple but done out of desperation. When things got tough, and during the American Great Depression things got really tough, people needed solutions. The GreatContinue reading “Oklahoma Onion Burger”

Tonkatsu Sandwich (Tonkatsusando) とんかつサンド

This recipe is for an easy-to-make Katsu Sando which is perfect for leftover Ton Katsu! Pack it up as leftovers in your refrigerator and take it to lunch the next day! This recipe is designed for utilizing left over fried pork cutlets from a previous dinner, so the full process of cooking the Tonkatsu orContinue reading “Tonkatsu Sandwich (Tonkatsusando) とんかつサンド”