they say that whatever grows together, goes together. however, on my fantasy farm, rice pudding grows on bushes, and coffee beans come pre-roasted and ground. so how the eff would i know what grows together?
it may be safe to say that the basic components of a BLT (bacon, lettuce, tomato and wheat - for the bread, duh!) grow together. they most certainly go together.
but can M and E work their way into the mix without upsetting the delicate taste hierarchy and overthrowing B as the main attraction?
sure, it's fun to go wild, let loose, add a mushroom omelette to your BLT! how about a slice of cheddar? or a sliver of avocado? peanut butter, anyone?
follow your gut instinct and make up your own BLT rules. it just might result in a tasty sandwich, and it's easy as pie... you can break convention, but are you willing to cut the cheese?
|spotted: an open faced rye toast sandwich cavorting with |
mushroom omelette, mixed greens, crispy bacon, and tomato.
i smell a scintillating sandwich scandal!