potato chips: apply directly to the sandwich
do you do this?
as a kid, i would put potato chips on top of the tuna fish in my sandwich.
as a kid, DH would put potato chips on top of the chopped liver in his sandwich.
bread was then pushed down gently with palm until a satisfying crackle was heard.
(this is not the only reason we got married, but it's as good as any other.)
we try not to eat chips any more, but we were wondering how many others of you are out there still doing it.
That sub actually sounds really good! One of my favorite lunches if I happen to be running errands in or around Watertown is a Smokestack, a sub with smoked turkey, ham and gouda, topped with chipotle mayo, from the deli counter at Russo's. And a nice layer of nacho cheese Doritos sounds like it would be really tasty in there. I'll have to try it next time out.
as a kid, i went through exactly one summer as a picky eater, when all i would eat were wonderbread sandwiches with potato chips and/or cheese nips in the middle. my parents would never have indulged me in this since they were (and are) health nuts, but that was the summer i spent a lot of time visiting my grandmother in california, who could refuse children younger than the age of ten nothing. (she also let me watch every rerun of <<happy days>>!)
i should try that again sometime to see if it's still good.
Potato chips *always* go on my burgers - does that count as a "sandwich"?
And they're always on the top, so they don't soak up the juices from the burger, but stick to the cheese that is on top of the burger and stay put. The only time they don't go directly on the burger is if I have bacon on top as well. :-)