My Favorite Sandwich


I don’t know about you, but it’s starting to feel like spring around here. The gloomy weather typical to this area is starting to lift and the Pacific Northwest is actually starting to feel like a great place to live with a mild climate. Without the rain, on clear days I can see the Olympic mountains and I start thinking about all the things I want to do outside as the weather gets better and better. One of the things I want to do some more of is hiking. Low-level hiking. I mean I want to see nature but I don’t want it to be super hard. That’s just kind of how I roll. Anywho, this weather and dreaming of outdoor activities makes me think of portable lunches that I could bring to said activities. Or a picnic. Or just lunch on a Tuesday. This is my go-to sandwich. It’s on the lighter side, but still very filling, and most importantly super delicious.

I present to you the turkey-apple-cheddar sandwich with honey mustard! It’s a rather mighty turkey sandwich. And honestly, I can’t take credit for this. I discovered this sandwich at Rebecca’s cafe, a restaurant across the street from where I used to work when I was living in Boston. I had this several years ago and fell in love with it. I’ve been recreating it ever since.


The heart of this sandwich is really the Granny Smith Apple slices. No other apple will do! It provides a tart apple flavor with a crisp texture. Also, the honey mustard makes all the difference. No other mustard will do! This sandwich is a delicate formula that cannot be altered or the fate of the entire universe will be in jeopardy!


I’m just kidding. It’s just a delicious combination, give it a try and let me know what you think.

Start out with some hearty whole wheat bread. Next, let’s get some honey mustard on there. I like it on both slices of bread. I’m just that kind of a girl. And by that I mean I can’t stand a dry sandwich. Yuck.


Now it’s time to add those apples slices I like the slice the apple as pictured below so I get nice large slices and then I eat the rest of the apple with my lunch. Are you packing you lunch for later and want to save the apple for later as well? Dip the extra apple slices into cold water and lemon juice before packing them and they won’t get brown as they sit in your lunch bag waiting for lunch.


Next comes the turkey slices. I usually put on 4 slices.


Next add a few slices of sharp cheddar.


And last but note least, and completely optional a few tomato slices. I mean really, what’s a sandwich without some tomato?


Put the sandwich together and you’re ready to go.



Turkey Apple Cheddar Sandwich


  • whole wheat sandwich bread
  • honey mustard
  • 1 Granny Smith Apple
  • sliced turkey
  • sharp cheddar cheese
  • tomato slices


Spread the honey mustard on both slices of bread. Next, assemble the sandwich ith the remaining fixings and enjoy!