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    Marinated Fire Roasted Vegetable Sandwich on Ciabatta

    Everyone at the Wolfe house wanted something different for dinner, we could not decide on one thing. As usual my wife wanted her Friday night steak (she lives in a box), Cathryn wanted a chicken sandwich and sticking with my new healthy eating lifestyle I decided on a Marinated Fire Roasted Vegetable Sandwich on Ciabatta bread which consisted of eggplant, portabella mushroom, red bell pepper, red onion and zucchini.

    Nice thick NY Strip seasoned with salt and pepper for the Mrs.


    Chicken breast seasoned with EVOO and Wolfe Rub Citrus for Cathryn


    And the vegetables for me, marinated in EVOO, Balsamic Vinegar, garlic and S&P.


    The meats hit the grill first.



    Then the mushrooms and onions.



    Finally the eggplant.



    Couple more minutes and it will be time for dinner.



    Real quick toasting for the ciabatta.


    Dinner is ready!



    Time to build the sandwich. Started off with Feta Cheese.


    Portabella Mushroom


    Eggplant and more Feta.


    Onions, peppers and a little more Feta.


    Last but not least a thin sliced tomato that was marinated in balsamic vinegar and S&P.





    I am gonna go ahead and toot my own horn, this sandwich was freaking incredible! An absolute must try!
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    Even Dagwood would be wowed by that sandwich! I would like to see a photo showing how you wrapped your lips around that monster. lol
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    Would you please come to my house and cook? My marinated chicken breasts and peppers don't compare. You can bring your daughter and lovely bride!
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    Lol, how do you open your mouth that wide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaper1 View Post
    Lol, how do you open your mouth that wide?
    I've been told I have a big mouth!

    Actually, when I was ready to eat it, I just gave it a good press down on the plate. All the savory veggie juices and olive oil flavored the bread. I honestly could eat that dang sammich everyday!!
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    I'm pathetic enough to need my burgers cut into little pieces. The shame!

    The sandwich looks delicious. Everything you post does. I can't decide whether you love to share or you're just mean. My mom who does most of the cooking is afraid to bbq. We have a George Foreman grill, but I don't know if your recipes would translate well to one of those. I'm definitely eying those special marinades though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaper1 View Post
    I'm pathetic enough to need my burgers cut into little pieces. The shame!

    The sandwich looks delicious. Everything you post does. I can't decide whether you love to share or you're just mean. My mom who does most of the cooking is afraid to bbq. We have a George Foreman grill, but I don't know if your recipes would translate well to one of those. I'm definitely eying those special marinades though.

    I just love to cook and I love cooking for people, so since I can't cook for everyone, I share through the pic's.

    Some of my recipes can be modified to be cooked inside, in the oven, stovetop, crock pot or Foreman Grill. If there's something you're interested in trying, let me know and I'll come up with a version to suit your cooking method!!
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    More eye-candy...thanks wolfeman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfeMan View Post
    I just love to cook and I love cooking for people, so since I can't cook for everyone, I share through the pic's.

    Some of my recipes can be modified to be cooked inside, in the oven, stovetop, crock pot or Foreman Grill. If there's something you're interested in trying, let me know and I'll come up with a version to suit your cooking method!!
    Thank you!

    Can fish or veggies be modified to mimic the bbq effect?

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