Tuesday, October 6, 2009

I Have a New Favorite Sandwich

While antiquing in Warrenton this Round Top season, a friend and I stopped at the little trailer at Clutters for a bite to eat. I have eaten at this great little spot before, but this time I had the most FABULOUS sandwich, a sandwich I am ready to declare my new favorite.

It is a goat cheese sandwich with tomato and basil. OH MY GOODNESS!

I have since made it at home. Spread a little softened goat cheese (I pop mine in the microwave for about 5 secs. so it will spread) on a slice of hearty whole wheat bread. Top with a tomato slice, some fresh basil, and I put a little fresh spinach on there as well. Then top 'er off with another slice of bread. AMAZING!!!!! I wish I would have taken a picture of my lunch today, but oh well...you'll just have to make it for your self.


Traci said...

Oh man Steph. I miss Warrenton and Clutter. What a super cool spot. I miss it so badly!! I have not eaten there but have wanted to in the past. Thanks for the review. ;-)

Hendrick Family said...

I can't wait to eat this! Now, where do I get goat cheese? I'm going to feel so cool when I buy it. Do you use mayo or mustard or anything condimenty?


Hendrick Family said...

Oh...and I'm super jealous of the Warrington reference.

I missed it this time...and my Kettle Corn and my chicken salad sandwich...and my funnel cake.


Oh...and I get a couple antiques while I'm eating all that food.

carahinojosa said...

You had me at goat cheese.

Steph said...

No...i haven't put any condiments on it. i don't think you really need it. the basil gives it such a fresh, bright flavor. not to mention the goat cheese...is it not the most delicious cheese!?

at our HEB, goat cheese is with other specialty cheeses like brie and blue cheese.

Mommy, M.D. said...

lisa won't do it herself, so i'm putting in a plug for blue heron farm. best chevre i've ever had. you have to get it at farmers markets or at the home sweet farm market days, though. or hook up with lisa somewhere.

Blue Heron Farm said...

I don't care if you don't buy my cheese, but for the love of Pete, don't buy your goat cheese from the supermarket. Go support a local farmer. The cheese will be better and so will your community.

...off the soapbox now. ;)

mandi said...

mmm....that sounds super yummy! is this a place that is open year round?

sidenote: while buying cheese from lisa, also pick up some cajeta. oh. my. goodness!