Back to some favorite sandwiches. On the corned beef sandwich we added tabouli from Jon’s and it was definitely a superior tabouli than we get from other providers. It adds a wet and flavor component to the corned beef sandwich that elevates it.
The tomato and mayo (substitute) is always a good sandwich and with a heritage, flavorsome tomato it is a great sandwich.
- Twos slice of bread are 32c per serve
- The pastrami beef was $6.52 for 1 lb, and we used about 3 oz in this sandwich, or 61c per serve
- The Jon’s tabouli is $2.83 for the 8oz container, and we served 1/4 of the tabouli salad or 36c per serve
- Add 25c for spicy labné
- The heirloom tomato was $1.30 and we use half, or 33c per serve
- Add 20c for mayo.
Lunch today comprised two really good, tasty sandwiches, halved, for $2.07 per serve.
The cooler weather has us returning to more warming dishes, like cod and smoked salmon kedgeree! Traditionally served as a breakfast, we prefer it as an evening meal, mostly because we don’t eat breakfast!
The recipe makes four good sized serves
- The hot smoked salmon was $12.75 or $3.19 per serve
- Kroger Wild Caught Pacific Cod costs $16.89 for a 40 oz pack, but only 8 oz was used (two filets) or 85c a serve.
- Coconut cream is $1.49 or 38c per serve
- Roma tomatoes cost 78c or 20c per serve
- Lemons cost $1.58 for two, and we used about half of one, or 20c per serve
- Two small onions add 20c per serve
- Curry powder and flour adds 30c per serve
- The butter is $3.99 per block, and 1.5 ounces across four serves, or 19c per serve
- Hard boiled eggs cost 55c each and we had one per serve
- Brown basmati rice is $2.99 for a 2lb bag and we used 1/8 or 19c per serve.
The smoked salmon was expensive but it bought a lot of flavor to the dish, which was excellent overall, for $6.25 per serve.